Crash death endangers Maui dream

Crash death endangers Maui dream

There are 45 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Apr 29, 2008, titled Crash death endangers Maui dream. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

By Gary T. Kubota [email protected] WAILUKU Charles A. Pfirrman and his wife, Kim, who is a paraplegic, took two years to build their dream home in Haiku and had just recently moved in.

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#48 Jun 10, 2008
Sweets wrote:
Listen WALDO---
Forget the haole part---OK? But it was the lawyers who get there 30% and most of them are white, but for this discussion we won't hold that against them...OK?
THE ONLY ONE THAT SCREWED UP THIS WOMANS LIFE WAS THE SPEEDING FOOL ON THE BIKE! And he went past a friend of mine that was traveling on that same road--so there were witnesses to his rate of speed.
He was going too fast could not stop and SPLAT!
I feel sorry for his wife, but HE should have thought about her, and now some feel that to sue the truck owner is a way to get her out of debt!!
If she can't make a go here then she needs to go home to her family---or won't they take her without the money to take care of her.........
It surprises me that morons can type.

United States

#49 Jun 10, 2008
The Phirrmans received $200,000 from a Bull S--- law suit against Hacienda Harley in Scottsdale 4 years ago. They have pissed it away moving there. If he was a safe ride that accident would have never happened either.
It amazes me the information you easily spout off.
The so called Bull S--- law suit you refer to was because of the poor service of professionalism that Hacienda Harley performed. On numerous occasions the side car mounting brackets would come loose. If I was in the same situation I would expect Hacienda Harley to stand behind their product. Even the mechanic sided with the Phirrmans. How else does one hold a company responsible for incompetence.

United States

#50 Jun 10, 2008
Kaileo - missing Hawaii wrote:
While the truck driver did not have the right-of-way, it should be noted that Charles Pfirrman was not wearing a helmet when he was hit. Always wear your helmet, and in your car always wear your seat-belt!
Good words of wisdom. Unfortunately a helmet wouldn't have helped in this case. He died from massive internal damage on the left side due to the impact of the truck.

Peoria, AZ

#51 Jun 30, 2008
How is Kim doing now? She did more of what her husband wanted, way beyond what should ever be asked of a wife.
sweet is SOUR

Honolulu, HI

#52 Sep 7, 2008
Sweets your ignorance has no bounds.
if not for the Whites and their tourism money you would not be able to live here are as bad as the rednecks on the mainland screaming "white pride". All you seem to do is spew hate. Karma is a bitch as are you and it will find you.
your hate will eat you up.
Nuff Said.
aloha pinche pendejo

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