It's marching band time again

It's marching band time again

There are 48 comments on the The Honolulu Advertiser story from Nov 1, 2007, titled It's marching band time again. In it, The Honolulu Advertiser reports that:

House gives final OK to Hawaii Superferry bill StoryChat: Comment on this story Hawaii Superferry's Alakai, seen here with its vehicle-loading barge in the foreground, is tied up in Honolulu Harbor, awaiting a ...

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“Jazz Music - Good For The Soul”

Since: Sep 07

Kailua, Oahu, HI

#44 Nov 1, 2007
Pueo wrote:
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Aloha works both ways. If you show no Aloha, you receive no Aloha. Forcing yourself against anothers wishes is contrary to the spirit of Aloha. If someone dosen't want you to bring your dirty slippers into their home and be vocal about it, you don't ask him where his aloha is! It is not conducive to a good relationship. Being pono and having aloha means showing respect to anothers sentiment on an issue.
I could not agree more. That is why I do not insult someone who might have or does have an opinion which is contrary to mine. That serves no purpose, makes one appear bellicose and unnecessarily causes acrimony.

And old saying goes: "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

As a career military member, I have done my level best to live my life in accordance with that philosophy.

Bottom line: Respect others as you would want them to respect you. THAT is the Aloha way.

Aloha.
hawaiian

Honolulu, HI

#45 Nov 1, 2007
Pueo wrote:
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Aloha works both ways. If you show no Aloha, you receive no Aloha. Forcing yourself against anothers wishes is contrary to the spirit of Aloha. If someone dosen't want you to bring your dirty slippers into their home and be vocal about it, you don't ask him where his aloha is! It is not conducive to a good relationship. Being pono and having aloha means showing respect to anothers sentiment on an issue.
its funny how sometimes being pono and having aloha can be tailored to each his needs. if "being pono and having aloha means showing respect to anothers sentiment on an issue" then where is the "respect" for the views and "sentiments" for those who support the sf?

dont you find it funny how aloha is supposed to work both ways?

“s'up”

Since: Sep 07

Davis, CA now King City, CA

#47 Nov 1, 2007
Chang wrote:
<quoted text>6 out of the 9 house members from Maui & Kauai voted yes.
Care to offer valuable insight as to the "truth" Har-ley? Don't tell me, they were forced by Lingle to vote yes. LOL
hawaiian

Honolulu, HI

#48 Nov 1, 2007
Kira Girl wrote:
To "Stick to the Subject", you're Da Best! Your positive thoughts and suggestions are what everyone should be joining in. Too bad posts from Kapaa and others are so negative that they provoke hostility and does nothing for the Aloha spirit in Hawaii.
I would have to agree... trying to look at both sides and finding compromise or helping to help each other...

poster of the day!

“s'up”

Since: Sep 07

Davis, CA now King City, CA

#49 Nov 1, 2007
ConcernedOnMaui wrote:
Excellent. I am now going to stop paying taxes and supporting this government in every way. If the government comes knocking, I'll just file a lawsuit and have the laws changed to suit me personally.
For ANYBODY who thinks this is over and is a victory for SF, think again. Your Oahu burnouts can try all you want to come over here to paradise, but we'll stop you any way we can.
True colors shining through. LOL No justice, no peace, eh? Respect the process!
Bring It On

Santa Clara, CA

#50 Nov 1, 2007
ConcernedOnMaui wrote:
Excellent. I am now going to stop paying taxes and supporting this government in every way. If the government comes knocking, I'll just file a lawsuit and have the laws changed to suit me personally.
For ANYBODY who thinks this is over and is a victory for SF, think again. Your Oahu burnouts can try all you want to come over here to paradise, but we'll stop you any way we can.
All talk and no action, as usual.

Bring It On...or else just chill out, eh?

You no like um SF, den you no ride um. Simple as that. I going ride um very soon.

CAR

Since: Oct 07

Hilo, HI & Kaneohe, HI

#51 Nov 1, 2007
Hi Harley,

You out there today? I must also give credit where credit is due. Up until yesterday Rep Marcus Oshiro voted Yes with Reservations. Yesterday he voted NO. I guess he is a Hero for your cause, my apologies. Although I don't agree with his position, at least he is not saying one thing and doing another. He actually walked the talk.

Best Wishes.
suesue

Honolulu, HI

#52 Nov 2, 2007
Maui High School Marching Band will be travelling to Oahu to perform at the Kamehameha School Tournament of Bands. It would be great if all there instruments and extra band equipments were shipped via Superferry. Oh, maybe their bus transportation too and a few parents trucks and cars as well.

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