I came home with a few photos of my beloved local restaurant, I went to my car and pulled over.

I was just as shocked as you were when I got the phone call.

It was the owner of the local restaurant who said he was in the process of moving his business to Hawaii and was looking for new land.

“What is going on here?”

I asked him.

He explained that he had sold his property and was moving to Hawaii, where his family would be more comfortable.

We all laughed and laughed and wondered what the big deal was.

The restaurant owner had just received word from the police.

The police were called to investigate.

The police officer came back to me and said, “I need to speak with you, Detective.

I need to know what is going to happen here.

You know, you may be in Hawaii now.”

The officer asked me if I was aware that this had been going on, I replied, “No, I have no idea what is happening here.

I don’t know how it is happening.”

He said, you can call the local police.

So, I did.

The next morning, I was driving back to the restaurant.

I told him that I would be staying and would be in touch if there was any news.

I drove back to my apartment in a matter of minutes, and within an hour, I received a phone call from the local office of the Honolulu Police Department.

It turns out that a restaurant owner named Joseph, who has a small business on his property, had received a call from a police officer that was looking to make a police report.

I immediately called him and said that he was not responsible for the situation.

It turned out that he would have to leave the property and move to Hawaii to live out of his car.

He was given two weeks to leave or be fined $10,000 and told to move out within two weeks.

It took more than a week, and the police investigation never got started.

In the meantime, Joseph’s restaurant was turned into an “airport” where police could park their vehicles for free, and where there were many illegal immigrants waiting to be processed.

At the time, Joseph told the Honolulu Advertiser that he received a letter from the Honolulu police department.

The letter stated that the police had not investigated the incident because the owner had sold the property to the police, which is why the police department was not involved.

But the Honolulu Star Advertisers investigation revealed that this wasn’t the case.

In fact, it turned out the owner sold the land for a profit, and it was the Honolulu PD that investigated the situation, and found that the owner did not violate the law by using his restaurant as a “airpark.”

So, it was a double whammy for Joseph, and I wonder what it would have been like if this had happened to me.

After the incident, I asked a local newspaper reporter about the incident.

He replied that the local newspaper had no idea who the owner was, but the police officer had been very nice.

The reporter was not surprised, since the police officers I spoke with on the other side of the country all seemed to have the same opinion.

We all have our own ways of dealing with a problem like this, and one of those ways is to look for solutions.

It’s just a case of learning from our mistakes.

We learned from this incident and learned from it’s impact, and we will learn from it again.

I can’t wait to tell my grandchildren about it, and tell them that the Honolulu restaurant owner was wrong, and that there will be no excuses.