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#1 Apr 9, 2009
OMYGAWD! We do have some bright kids in Hawaii. Okay, before you start flaming me, understand I'm being facetious here. Way to go, young people! How about some of you who rant all the time give a rave here for these kids.
#2 Apr 9, 2009
yeah, good for the kids, especially having a female winning it for two years in a row in what used to be a male-dominated event.
however, this sentence by the reporter made me cringe:
"Kamitaki, a junior at Waiakea High, won second place this year for a look at how infections diseases spread.
Since: Feb 08
#3 Apr 10, 2009
23 hours later, still not corrected. "Infectious," please.
#4 Apr 10, 2009
too much layoffs...they are missing simple errors...or maybe the editors double-up as pilots for Go! Airlines?
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