Hawaii ferry speed cited as risk to w...

Hawaii ferry speed cited as risk to whales - The Honolulu Adver...

There are 329 comments on the The Honolulu Advertiser story from Sep 25, 2007, titled Hawaii ferry speed cited as risk to whales - The Honolulu Adver.... In it, The Honolulu Advertiser reports that:

Comment on this story SUPERFERRY PANEL FORUM TONIGHT A "Hawaii Superferry Panel Discussion" will be held tonight at Maui Community College.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Honolulu Advertiser.

First Prev
of 17
Next Last
alarmclock

Honolulu, HI

#339 Dec 17, 2007
Go Superferry wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh barf.
I am not trying to bait people into arguments. This has been an ONGOING argument amongst everyone.
I think you are Harley and Omomo ME too.
Interesting. The old multiple identity theory called on me.

Reminds me of the comment from someone - DeadHorseBeater?- early on in all this, that we are all just three people here, but posting under 20 different names. Pretty funny, and could be true for all I know.

Really though, I can only dream of being able to come up with as many haiku as Harley/Omomo Me. Prolific [email protected]/s you have to admit.
alarmclock

Honolulu, HI

#340 Dec 17, 2007
Mach5Motorsport wrote:
<quoted text>
Save the Hippies! They're a dying breed in CA! LOL
Mach5, welcome back! Dude, you gotta get over here now that the ferry's up and running. You guy's did it. Looked like you were a little off on the whole UH thing- those guys were rough on you- but the ferry...you nailed it. Well, actually there ARE a few little problems still to iron out. The whole Kauai thing, and of course, the vomiting. And the winter surge in Kahului. But other than that, it awaits your presence. Ready to whisk you with your vehicle of choice across the briny deep to a neighbor island, to see the hippies or whatever.
alarmclock

Honolulu, HI

#341 Dec 17, 2007
Kato wrote:
Nope, alarmclock is a different writer, troll.
Wait...how do YOU know? Are YOU Harley/Omomo Me?!!
alarmclock

Honolulu, HI

#342 Dec 17, 2007
Regarding the topic of this thread, the SuperFerry's speed is a risk to whales. Sorry, but it just is. If you don't care, fine, just say so, just admit you don't care about the whales, you just want your vehicle on another island no matter what, but it still is a risk to the whales.

“'oi 'o”

Since: Dec 07

Paia

#343 Dec 17, 2007
alarmclock wrote:
<quoted text>
Wait...how do YOU know? Are YOU Harley/Omomo Me?!!
Sounds like the radio show "Hi ho Silver and away!" Nah, just the outrigger canoe.

National Weather shows the usual; Winter Weather in an El Ninjo year; more showers. wind, and surf, just less of it. Rain and wind in the usual places.

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php...

From Storm surf; winds and swell; Winter seas:

.Yet another storm is forecast to start winding up over the dateline late Saturday/early Sunday (12/23) with 45-50 kts winds acting on an already agitated surface quickly generating 30 ft seas aimed a little better towards Hawaii this time.

“s'up”

Since: Sep 07

Davis, CA now King City, CA

#344 Dec 18, 2007
alarmclock wrote:
<quoted text>
Mach5, welcome back! Dude, you gotta get over here now that the ferry's up and running. You guy's did it. Looked like you were a little off on the whole UH thing- those guys were rough on you- but the ferry...you nailed it. Well, actually there ARE a few little problems still to iron out. The whole Kauai thing, and of course, the vomiting. And the winter surge in Kahului. But other than that, it awaits your presence. Ready to whisk you with your vehicle of choice across the briny deep to a neighbor island, to see the hippies or whatever.
I never left. Too bad it couldn't get done for Nov. It was nice to see it when I drove by before the UH game with with Fresno State.

Some UH sports fans tend to have little backbone. Might be their bandwagon status.
Mike

San Diego, CA

#345 Aug 2, 2009
I dont think they hit any whales. i do know other boats out there do hit whales
dewdalohajoey

United States

#346 Aug 2, 2009
Mike wrote:
I dont think they hit any whales. i do know other boats out there do hit whales
I hit a whale once, but she still charged me per hour
Android

San Diego, CA

#347 Aug 3, 2009
dewdalohajoey wrote:
<quoted text>
I hit a whale once, but she still charged me per hour
LMAO

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 17
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Wailuku Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Joe Groomes Mar '17 Nancy Groomes 1
Kihei/Wailea House Rental Sleep 8 // Dec 17- Ja... Mar '17 sherrykate 1
Old town Paia Jan '17 Fukmi 1
You took down my post? Jan '17 Fukme 1
Pukalani Music Selection (Sep '12) Nov '16 Musikologist 13
Lahaina Music Thread (Aug '13) Sep '16 Musikologist 10
Pros and Cons moving to Maui (Aug '16) Aug '16 Anonymous 1

Wailuku Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Wailuku Mortgages