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Honolulu, HI

Saintly voices - Hawaii News

i made a big mistake today: i came back to this forum from hell! even about Fr.Damien's sainthood some of the posters are insulting and disrespectful. it is hard to believe that so many hardened, selfish and jealous people live in this paradise and turn it into a hell. shame! no use to respond, dearest, i won't be back here.  (Sep 23, 2009 | post #21)

Honolulu, HI

Felicia, you naughty girl, you are smashing our patio fur...

it is getting noisy out there! but we sure need the rain. i can sense the 'aina just slurpin it up. and now the sun came out for a minute.  (Aug 11, 2009 | post #1)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Salt of the islands - Business

i have been using moloka'i made red sea salt for many years. there is definitely an improvement in the taste of foods due to the salt. at first one would think that salt is salt, but here is my proof. and i am glad that hawaii's cottage industries are emerging with many diverse local goods. their websites will also help spread them around the globe.  (Mar 25, 2009 | post #5)

Honolulu, HI

Obama Admits he Was British Citizen at Birth - as Such Ob...

just about time that the brits take over this satirical comedy. i am a grouch today, the weather stinks. 63 degrees. i need an olfashioned british toddy because the climate here resembles london england.  (Mar 14, 2009 | post #2)

Honolulu, HI

Priest Damien de Veuster, who ministered to lepers in Haw...

this will benefit our island economy. as for me, i am a jewelry maker and i am making rosaries now. ...and i ain't even catholic. i haven't been on topix for months. has it changes now, or is is just as butt-nasty as it was?  (Feb 21, 2009 | post #5)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Tourism in spotlight - Business

we get the budget travelers here, and the cheaper places to stay will always be full. people are in a money saving mood, and if we accommodate them, they will still come. it's no time to be greedy. we will weather the storm. expensive is out, cheap is in! it's not a time to be a diva. hurray for thrift stores and walmart...  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #34)

Honolulu, HI

ILLEGAL FIREWORks ABOUNd iN WAHIAWA few hundred yards fro...

here on molokai they were shooting off guns too. all hell broke loose here. whre the heck do they get the money for this fireworks?  (Jan 1, 2009 | post #2)

Honolulu, HI

Rain eases fireworks worries - News

what is right and proper here? in the name of our OWN "fun" we can almost scare our neighbors and their pets to death? in our neighborhood we had only a bunch of little firecrackers and flares in previous years. but last night there were such big booms that i was afraid our windows would shatter. it started at 5 pm and ended at 12.40. in the cities there is also the problem of smoke which makes people with lung issues have to stay indoors and use oxygen and other inhalers. this soiciety is all about : "ME, ME, ME!" sorry, but i cannot comprehend that attitude. i was raised to respect others.  (Jan 1, 2009 | post #32)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin

New Year's ahi could hit $30 a pound - News

whoever caters to the greedy, feeds the greedy. boycott!  (Dec 30, 2008 | post #17)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Obama in dark appears to have put Oahu in good light - News

whenever there is a power outage i thank God for our infrostructure which we usually take for granted. this is also when we sit down and plan to complete our lists of emergency supplies. for those who are concerned about spoilage of foods, it takes many hours before freezer contents spoil. here is another thought: watch all the babies being born 9 months after a power outage. that is next october in this case. those babies will be libras, like me. they like harmony, fairness and justice. perhaps this world will become a better one. things are looking up!  (Dec 28, 2008 | post #32)

Honolulu, HI

City: Obama's rental home in Kailua is legal

is this really the time to put people out of their livelihoods for trying to rent out a room or two? i guess there aren't enough folks homeless and hungry here! i tell you, i have never encountered so many legalistic and stick-their-noses- into-other-peoples -business, jealous subhumans than anywhere else. i hope they can sleep at night. robots without consciences seem to sleep well at night. as for us we do whatever is necessary to help others prosper and feed their families, inspite of the gestapo types among us.  (Dec 26, 2008 | post #167)

Honolulu, HI

Hospitals in Hawaii to Obama: You Were Not Born Here

yeah, that is all we need, another political obstacle adding to the many unemployed and homeless. the whole world is finally uniting in hopes that obama and his cabinet can finally give hope for peace and prosperity, and not just for the wealthy. and all that over a birth certificate!  (Dec 7, 2008 | post #85)

Honolulu, HI

Wow, this bd has really gone down the sh!t hole

aliens from outer islands... escaping from reality to topix. it's gotta be the vog. coughing up lumps of the stuff.  (Nov 30, 2008 | post #3)

Honolulu, HI

All u fahkin haoles, get out of Hawaii !!!!!!!

nice, i love filipino food! i used to go to church with them and they make yummy dishes for potlucks.  (Nov 28, 2008 | post #9)

Honolulu, HI

All u fahkin haoles, get out of Hawaii !!!!!!!

send only those back (to where?)who have an attitude. that includes most of the young males of any race. too much testosterone. translates into ignorant behavior. all the others gat along just fine, thank you!  (Nov 28, 2008 | post #7)

Q & A with halemalu

Headline:

in all things be pono, aloha

Hometown:

moloka'I, hawaii

Neighborhood:

kalaupapa lookout

Read My Forum Posts Because:

economic developments importatnt to maui county

I'm Listening To:

traditional hawaiian music

Favorite Things:

making hawaii type jewelry and painting watercolors

On My Mind:

improving the living standards of the local people, allowing them the freedom to develop their own busineses.

Blog / Website / Homepage:

www.halemalu-molokai.com

I Believe In:

making it easier to get permits to build the american dream through hard work and enterprise. i don't believe that the country owes me a living, but it should not stifle hard-working, enterprising folks from making a living by enforcing self-serving laws.