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Rail transit agency seeking public's input on Aiea, Pearl City stations

There are 30 comments on the The Honolulu Advertiser story from Oct 5, 2013, titled Rail transit agency seeking public's input on Aiea, Pearl City stations. In it, The Honolulu Advertiser reports that:

An artist's rendering of a transit station for the Honolulu Rail Transit Project.

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“HILLARY OR TRUMP”

Since: Mar 09

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?

#1 Oct 5, 2013
Fck the rail! Hows that for some input??
JRB

Leander, TX

#3 Oct 5, 2013
Nice artist rendition...2 transplants in the forefront and no parking meters. It might just work.
leeward lolo

Pearl City, HI

#4 Oct 5, 2013
Here is more input.
Nobody wants the ugly piece of junk which will cause the destruction of anything which looks nice on Oahu.

Two huge cruise ships were here yesterday and in the future the first thing visitors will see on Oahu will be a hideous massive concrete structure.
AI maggot little Faxxot

Honolulu, HI

#5 Oct 5, 2013
Put in a request for some paintings of pit bulls or a stack of Spam cans. Maybe Ai tossing a baby off of a bridge. Better yet let's post Ai's daily trite.
AI maggot little Faxxot

Honolulu, HI

#6 Oct 5, 2013
leeward lolo wrote:
Here is more input.
Nobody wants the ugly piece of junk which will cause the destruction of anything which looks nice on Oahu.
Two huge cruise ships were here yesterday and in the future the first thing visitors will see on Oahu will be a hideous massive concrete structure.
Look tourist buddy of mine. New clean faster transportation. Now we can visit the island and not get stuck in traffic like those dumb locals.
SEATAC

United States

#7 Oct 5, 2013
Honolulu is not Seattle.
Rail is going to run you broke.
Nada Herr district

Honolulu, HI

#8 Oct 5, 2013
We have less mainlanders than any state in the union and the folks who aren't mainlanders are accustomed to taking public transportation. They are not used to having to look for a parking space, having to buy gasoline, auto insurance or the upkeep for a car. The Rail will raise the quality of life for everyone.
Most tourists don't want to drive and get stuck in traffic or have their rental cars broken into so that also means less cars on the road.


I left some space at the bottom of my post for your negative comments.
Doug McKenzie

Honolulu, HI

#9 Oct 6, 2013
SEATAC wrote:
Honolulu is not Seattle.
Rail is going to run you broke.
NO rail is going to run you broke! OMG ROFLMAO

“HILLARY OR TRUMP”

Since: Mar 09

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?

#10 Oct 6, 2013
SEATAC wrote:
Honolulu is not Seattle.
Rail is going to run you broke.
True!
Clueless

Honolulu, HI

#11 Oct 6, 2013
American_Infidel wrote:
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True!
The queen of clueless Ai.

“HILLARY OR TRUMP”

Since: Mar 09

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?

#12 Oct 6, 2013
Clueless wrote:
<quoted text> The queen of clueless Ai.
STFU,scum.
Ai never had bush

Honolulu, HI

#13 Oct 6, 2013
Clueless wrote:
<quoted text> The queen of clueless Ai.
Ai is a klein princess, at best.
Here is a clue

Mililani, HI

#14 Oct 6, 2013
American_Infidel wrote:
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STFU,scum.
Have you figured out why your a whining little crybaby fairy? When you awake to take a pee is when your negative depression starts. You realize that your a effeminate man when you sitting down on the toilet wiping a dikk. Then you start to whine, and cry about everything blaming everyone, everything for being born a women in a mans body.
JBalls

Honolulu, HI

#15 Oct 7, 2013
JRB wrote:
Nice artist rendition...2 transplants in the forefront and no parking meters. It might just work.
STFU mainland dude.
SEATAC

United States

#16 Oct 7, 2013
Doug McKenzie wrote:
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NO rail is going to run you broke! OMG ROFLMAO
In the late nineties and early 2000s, Sound Transit faced financial and political difficulties. The cost of the line rose significantly.
It is now stable and accepted, despite the higher sales taxes needed to cover costs.
Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Bellvue have well over a million residents and close to 600 people per square mile.
Honolulu has only 390,000 people, and your rail is costing three times what our cost.
Have fun rolling on the floor laughing while being bled dry (ROTFLWBBD)
hahahahahaha!
JBalls

Honolulu, HI

#17 Oct 7, 2013
SEATAC wrote:
<quoted text>In the late nineties and early 2000s, Sound Transit faced financial and political difficulties. The cost of the line rose significantly.
It is now stable and accepted, despite the higher sales taxes needed to cover costs.
Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Bellvue have well over a million residents and close to 600 people per square mile.
Honolulu has only 390,000 people, and your rail is costing three times what our cost.
Have fun rolling on the floor laughing while being bled dry (ROTFLWBBD)
hahahahahaha!
No, Most "mainlanders"I have met in the United States are arrogant and dismissive of the history of what Hawaiians have faced. Like you, they are pretty rude and have attitude.
Norman

Mililani, HI

#18 Oct 7, 2013
Here is a clue wrote:
<quoted text>Have you figured out why your a whining little crybaby fairy? When you awake to take a pee is when your negative depression starts. You realize that your a effeminate man when you sitting down on the toilet wiping a dikk. Then you start to whine, and cry about everything blaming everyone, everything for being born a women in a mans body.
Fck you AI and Guru you mainland TROLL.
SEATAC

United States

#19 Oct 7, 2013
JBalls wrote:
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No, Most "mainlanders"I have met in the United States are arrogant and dismissive of the history of what Hawaiians have faced. Like you, they are pretty rude and have attitude.
You are probably right, brother.
I consciously make an effort to be polite and respectful tho because I know I'm not from there. It's something I learned from the Native American community here in Washington.
Dictionary man

Honolulu, HI

#20 Oct 8, 2013
SEATAC wrote:
<quoted text>In the late nineties and early 2000s, Sound Transit faced financial and political difficulties. The cost of the line rose significantly.
It is now stable and accepted, despite the higher sales taxes needed to cover costs.
Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Bellvue have well over a million residents and close to 600 people per square mile.
Honolulu has only 390,000 people, and your rail is costing three times what our cost.
Have fun rolling on the floor laughing while being bled dry (ROTFLWBBD)
hahahahahaha!
Oahu is home to about 953,207 people (approximately 75% of the resident population of the state, with approximately 80% of those living on the "city" side of the island). O&#699;ahu has for a long time been known as "The Gathering Place".
Alice

Mililani, HI

#21 Oct 8, 2013
SEATAC wrote:
<quoted text>In the late nineties and early 2000s, Sound Transit faced financial and political difficulties. The cost of the line rose significantly.
It is now stable and accepted, despite the higher sales taxes needed to cover costs.
Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Bellvue have well over a million residents and close to 600 people per square mile.
Honolulu has only 390,000 people, and your rail is costing three times what our cost.
Have fun rolling on the floor laughing while being bled dry (ROTFLWBBD)
hahahahahaha!
Your over in WA State telling us how many people we have. And if we need rail? What are you stupid? Did the American Indians teach you how to count also? Spend one day in a commute from our west side and you will change your mind. Most of the naysayers are in Honolulu, or the eastside and are transplanted Haoles. Build the rail now and stop increasing the cost. Do the math when Frank Fasi proposed rail it was $$29 million, now it is $$6 billion. With every lawsuit and delay that price goes up another $$250 million. How stupid can people be?

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