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  1. Thread: RIP Leonard Nimoy

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    RIP Leonard Nimoy

    Rest in Peace my friend. You have lived long and prospered. One to beam up.
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    Re: James Koko of Makaha Sons RIP

    Beautiful Tribute KokuaFH!!
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    Re: Homeless solutions

    Ron, that is exactly the problem, it is not a "Small Price to Pay". If it was, there would be no discussion. What you are seeking, although admirable, is not realistic as voiced by others.
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    Additional information about side effects found in Canada on GMO food products currently on the market here in USA.
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    Re: Happy New Year Everybody for 2013!

    Here's hoping for a Happy, Safe, and prosperous 2013 for everyone!!
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    Re: Homeless solutions

    Also, if you need aid to support your dependents, having another child should not increase your aid, but remain the same. We can't stop paying freely for people's bad decisions.
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    Re: Homeless solutions

    Ron, while it is an admirable idea, I have to agree with Greg. Once you put out the free food, the birds will flock from all over.

    Second item to consider is wasn't the temporary shelter that...
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    Re: RIP, Senator Dan Inouye

    Rest in Peace Mr. Inouye. I for one am very grateful for all you have done for the State of Hawaii.
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    Greg for studies to determine Long Term effects, you cannot conduct this in a laboratory. This will be done in the real world. Similar to how lung cancer was linked to cigarettes. They looked for...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    Please don't get me wrong, I still eat bad food, but try to eat healthier since my wife went to the Dr. Shintani course to get you off of medications (which by the way is the 4th largest cause of...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    My saying that there are GMO products that you could ingest without knowing was to support the comment that in the case of Bananas grown locally, you are able to identify which products are GMO and...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    That works well for papayas. Now take the two largest GMO crops corn and soybeans. Unfortunatly, you cannot track those items as you can Papayas. To make matters worse, corn and soybeans are...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    Interesting discussion. Lot of good information was discussed, but I suspect that if you are for GMO labeling going into the debate, you will still be for labeling and if you are against GMO...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    For those of you who want to view a debate on this subject:

    Watch a live debate on the controversial development of genetically modified crops in Hawaii: “Biotech in Hawaii,” on PBS Hawaii -...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    True the article states that pesticide use has dropped from 1996 to 2011, however, pesticide use is once again on the rise because of insects showing resistance to the genetically modified crops,...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    Lot of information out there. This one in particular caught my eye. This article reports that we are getting results that are exactly opposite than what everyone believed would happen by going with...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    As for me, I would like to have the labeling, so I am able to make my own choices. Do I believe GMO is bad? Don't know, the jury is out as far as long term effects. However, if the product is...
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    Re: GMO Labeling in Hawai'i

    IMHO it could be similar to cancer. Nobody knows the long term side effects and cannot know because it is a recent item and "Long Term" will not be known until sometime in the future. Therefore, I...
  19. Thread: RIP Andy Ganigan

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    RIP Andy Ganigan

    I was fortunate to have met and worked with Andy at Oahu Sugar Company one summer in 1976. Andy was truly a quiet and humble leader. He was a top notch boxer but you would never know that by...
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    Re: Please Pray For Miulang

    Thanks for sharing the news with us Aunty Lynn. That is sad news. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Kaneda Ohana. However, like Aunty said, she is with the Lord and is no longer suffering.
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    Re: Davy Jones of The Monkees: R.I.P.

    Sad News. Monkees had a lot of hits that have stood the test of time. True they were promoted, but their songwriters were amongst the best at the time. Lots of great memories associated with their...
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    Re: Please Pray For Muilang.

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Kaneda ohana. Muilang my friend, I pray for you and hoping for a full recovery. Take care. Thank you Aunty Lynn for informing us.
  23. Thread: RIP Gary Carter

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    RIP Gary Carter

    Rest in Peace Gary. Your enthusium for the game of baseball was a joy to witness. Thank you for the memories.
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    Re: Da' Pidgin English Thread

    you stay talkin' bout' Kent Bowman (aka K.K. Kau Manua) stories. Try check out Jellys, they might have, em.
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    Re: Danger in public schools

    One of the problems I can see with having the furlough days too close together is, the paycheck gets increasingly smaller. For example if you lose two or three days in a pay period, it may be too...
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