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Mandrew
24th April 2008, 05:22 AM
Hey guys!

I'm slowly setting everything up for move to Maui and trying to get as much info as possible. More I reading on internet more concern I become about "haole hatred". Been on Maui twice and never experienced any real problem with that ... and I'm typical "haole" - very white skin (never get really tan, no matter how much time I spend on sun), blond hair and blue eyes.
So… is racism real problem on Maui or people just exaggerating it?

Thanks,

Andrew

Fursten E. Diosy
24th April 2008, 06:30 AM
I predict that all of the responses to this thread will be completely idiotic - just like mine. Even so, I can't wait to hear from the poor over-privileged white victims of Polynesian oppression. I laugh at you in advance. The middle-of-the road golden rule and turn the other cheek conciliators - I laugh at you too. The denialists - I am rolling on the floor now.

Tell me one thing: what does this have to do with windsurfing, or starboard?

RobinHood
24th April 2008, 06:41 AM
I predict that all of the responses to this thread will be completely idiotic - just like mine. Even so, I can't wait to hear from the poor over-privileged white victims of Polynesian oppression. I laugh at you in advance. The middle-of-the road golden rule and turn the other cheek conciliators - I laugh at you too. The denialists - I am rolling on the floor now.

Tell me one thing: what does this have to do with windsurfing, or starboard?

Cheers to that! ;)

Unregistered
24th April 2008, 08:52 AM
Hey guys!

I'm slowly setting everything up for move to Maui and trying to get as much info as possible. More I reading on internet more concern I become about "haole hatred". Been on Maui twice and never experienced any real problem with that ... and I'm typical "haole" - very white skin (never get really tan, no matter how much time I spend on sun), blond hair and blue eyes.
So… is racism real problem on Maui or people just exaggerating it?

Thanks,

Andrew

Dont listen to the noise. I've lived here for 6 years now, going on 7, and I have NEVER had any problems with locals, or anyone. Everyone here is pretty friendly. but, you get what you give, if you know what I mean. If you act like a jerk, yer gonna be treated like a jerk, if you are patient and easy going, you will be welcomed. There are plenty of trolls on here and other misinformation going around. Some people think this is a political forum, anti-everything. Last I checked, its about windsurfing, and the windsurfing here is "da kine". ;)

L8rrr....