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  1. #20041
    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    G1, KBGs are hoping for the "right" (no have to be only one) LVB to help them with the rent, clothing, jewelry, shopping, trips, cash, cars, etc. I know of some KBGs who come work in the expensive cars and live in high rent places who have daddies at home who no come KB; they too busy with "business" for come KB. KBGs are especially looking for the right LVB sponsor to buy them a business (KB, boutique, restaurant, etc.) or supply a monthly cash stipend. But usually the LVBs who come KBs and finance the KBGs are sometimes not the "legit" types. Tammy, for instance: her long time ago BF was gambler, local syndicate type, and whatevers Earl XXX who got her started as having ownership in the KBs. He eventually was sentenced to Terminal Island for gambling and other related criminal activities. You no hear about him nowadays.

    Anyway the best is to just let everything play itself out and make analysis thereafter; the walls, carpets, and whatevers have ears.
    Thru the KBG wireless, there are many KBG'S who have "sponsors" but are still working. These sponsors have the money but they KBG continue to work. One of them works at EG / Camelot.

    BTW last I heard that Earl was living in LV.

  2. #20040
    Quote Originally Posted by VietWhisperer  [View Original Post]
    I was hanging in PC tonight. Never made it near Kalihi. I'm usually bouncing around all over Kalihi mostly the 5 plex lately.
    Rajah. No worries.

  3. #20039
    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Some of these BGs send their extra money back to Korea since their monthly spending money been taking care by their BFs. I know a BG has 3 BFs help her with rent money and car payment, buy her nice clothing and shoes. High priced jewelry and bags.

    So whatever she makes at the bar send directly back home. Don't be fool when BGs tell you they don't have money. And yet they can afford to drive luxury car and live at high end condo.
    Some do that, but not too many these days. The younger generation are all about Me! Me! Me! My gf used to pull in $5 k a month from customers that wanted to "help" her out. LOL That was along with what she made at the bar. After about a year of getting nowhere, they give up. They did get to take her to lunch at Neiman's, and shopping afterwards.

    Word of advice. Mariposa has ok food, but it is a dangerous place to walk into with Van Cleef & Arpels on the 1st floor, along with jewelry, watches and makeup. 2nd floor has Brunello Cuchinelli, other designers and Moncler. 53 by the Sea is better, a private country club is the best. They have no shopping nearby, unless you go to Waialae, and the Kahala Mall stores don't really entice KBGs.

  4. #20038

    Pc

    Quote Originally Posted by Ichigo808  [View Original Post]
    It's been a while since I was on here last time. Been keeping quiet and minding my own business but drinking just the same with Baboozer and pals. AllBust and VietWhisperer where you guys hang in Kalihi. Pm me or I pm you guys. Its Aloha Friday so maybe I'll just go drink some sake and beerus with my barback buddy sake slinging senpai!
    I was hanging in PC tonight. Never made it near Kalihi. I'm usually bouncing around all over Kalihi mostly the 5 plex lately.

  5. #20037
    Some of these BGs send their extra money back to Korea since their monthly spending money been taking care by their BFs. I know a BG has 3 BFs help her with rent money and car payment, buy her nice clothing and shoes. High priced jewelry and bags.

    So whatever she makes at the bar send directly back home. Don't be fool when BGs tell you they don't have money. And yet they can afford to drive luxury car and live at high end condo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ez808  [View Original Post]
    Yeah and it's funny too how every month they ask for help paying their rent cause they never have enough money even though they work every night and are always busy.

  6. #20036

    KBG's

    Quote Originally Posted by Gargoyles1  [View Original Post]
    Funny bottom line was thinking how all these bar girls can afford. Nice cars and clothes. I just realize. Its us. Who. B6 ught the car. With all the drinks and champagne. Yea. We could be living like that. It we decide to share our hard earn. Oney.
    Yeah and it's funny too how every month they ask for help paying their rent cause they never have enough money even though they work every night and are always busy.

  7. #20035
    It's been a while since I was on here last time. Been keeping quiet and minding my own business but drinking just the same with Baboozer and pals. AllBust and VietWhisperer where you guys hang in Kalihi. Pm me or I pm you guys. Its Aloha Friday so maybe I'll just go drink some sake and beerus with my barback buddy sake slinging senpai!

  8. #20034
    Quote Originally Posted by Gargoyles1  [View Original Post]
    Funny bottom line was thinking how all these bar girls can afford. Nice cars and clothes. I just realize. Its us. Who. B6 ught the car. With all the drinks and champagne. Yea. We could be living like that. It we decide to share our hard earn. Oney.
    G1, KBGs are hoping for the "right" (no have to be only one) LVB to help them with the rent, clothing, jewelry, shopping, trips, cash, cars, etc. I know of some KBGs who come work in the expensive cars and live in high rent places who have daddies at home who no come KB; they too busy with "business" for come KB. KBGs are especially looking for the right LVB sponsor to buy them a business (KB, boutique, restaurant, etc.) or supply a monthly cash stipend. But usually the LVBs who come KBs and finance the KBGs are sometimes not the "legit" types. Tammy, for instance: her long time ago BF was gambler, local syndicate type, and whatevers Earl XXX who got her started as having ownership in the KBs. He eventually was sentenced to Terminal Island for gambling and other related criminal activities. You no hear about him nowadays.

    Anyway the best is to just let everything play itself out and make analysis thereafter; the walls, carpets, and whatevers have ears.

  9. #20033

    Who bought the bar

    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    If Tammy did buy 100% of the stock in the joint then that's how supposed to be; UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) requires purchase of the business, not renting or leasing. How Tammy did it is another question; possibly something funny kine. Temptation is the greatest of character and desperate people do desperate things. It's all good.
    Funny bottom line was thinking how all these bar girls can afford. Nice cars and clothes. I just realize. Its us. Who. B6 ught the car. With all the drinks and champagne. Yea. We could be living like that. It we decide to share our hard earn. Oney.

  10. #20032
    Town bars open during the HECO planned power outage. I thought they would be affected by the outage, but it seems the outage was selective? Pacifica had no power, while 2 doors down, 909 Kapiolani had power. HMSA, Ala Moana Center and Ala Moana building had power, but Walmart / Sams was dark.

  11. #20031
    Spotlite was good when Sandy mama and honey Fox was there. Mamas changes when football season approaching is the norm. They like to have a quick short lease until the football season pau to make some bucks. Smart business.

    Anyone knows the electricity outage in town affecting any bars businesses? I am trying to avoid the area until after the outage is finish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hairyolos  [View Original Post]
    Yes spotlight was the place to go when they first opened. Had a good mix of girls there. The parking before was good. Then some trasportation company took over the warehouse next door and started to tow cars parked in there stalls. No aloha there. Heard most mamas who don't have the money to buy the bar. They get investors to help them out.

  12. #20030
    Yes spotlight was the place to go when they first opened. Had a good mix of girls there. The parking before was good. Then some trasportation company took over the warehouse next door and started to tow cars parked in there stalls. No aloha there. Heard most mamas who don't have the money to buy the bar. They get investors to help them out.

  13. #20029

    Mouth-to-Mouth

    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty808  [View Original Post]
    She was leasing Lilac from Minji (sic? Not to be confused with Miji from Vegas), who will be taking back the bar. Question: anyone knows how Tammy got the Money to buy Spotlite? Not really important to me as Tammy is nice to my friends and I, but I know this is a question on other peoples minds.
    If Tammy did buy 100% of the stock in the joint then that's how supposed to be; UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) requires purchase of the business, not renting or leasing. How Tammy did it is another question; possibly something funny kine. Temptation is the greatest of character and desperate people do desperate things. It's all good.

  14. #20028

    Lilac

    She was leasing Lilac from Minji (sic? Not to be confused with Miji from Vegas), who will be taking back the bar. Question: anyone knows how Tammy got the Money to buy Spotlite? Not really important to me as Tammy is nice to my friends and I, but I know this is a question on other peoples minds.

  15. #20027

    Good Luck Next Time

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptinCrunch  [View Original Post]
    What will she do with Lilac?
    Recently spoke to current owner of Spotlite who was promoting the joint as a tremendous money-maker for the past 2-3 years. Friend and I were suspicious about her claims as the place looked like it needed maintenance, renovation, and repair; the employees' faces also revealed disbelief and sarcasm. Anyway, her salesmanship must have convinced someone else to take over the burden of yet another KB cousin of failure (this place used to be the flagship KB of Kalihi until continued disasters (due to ownership) made it into a dungeon). This case is textbook dumping of a business: boost the bottom line by neglecting the inventory, maintenance, repair, and payroll.

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