|28th February 2008 07:38 AM|
my sorry my apologies , i was making a offhand disparaging comment about the gromit writing hawaiian,
|27th February 2008 03:11 AM|
|Unregistered||Dude making disparaging comments about Hawaiian language, your remarks reflect ignorance, and bigotry. That's putting it kindly.|
|27th February 2008 03:03 AM|
hawiian wisdom for all haole and unhaole LOL
E ho mai i ka akamai. Grant us the intelligence.
E ho mai i ka maopopo pono. Grant us the understanding.
E ho mai i ka `ikepapalua. Grant us the foresight.
E ho mai i ka mana. Empower us.
consider that the wisdom of a child is truthfull,
and there some truth to wise words in these times.
“Ku Holo Mau / Sail On, Sail Always, Sail Forever”
p.s. i googled all this stuff and its beautiful
|27th February 2008 12:09 AM|
goo goo ga ga ??
hey who's the baby talker on this forum
talk like grownup so i can understand ...
|26th February 2008 06:51 PM|
|Unregistered||H.B. 2222 states kiteboards are heavier than surfboards and that contributes half the reason of why they are dangerous. Step away from the pipe elected representatives.|
|26th February 2008 11:32 AM|
|HGA 4 Evahs||
Your wishes finally come true.....
I KU WA!
I KU WA HUKI!
I KU WA KO!
I KU WA A MAU!
A MAU KA EULU!
E HUKI E!
Ho`o nani ka Makua mau
Ke Keiki me ka Uhane no,
Ke Akua mau
Ho`o mai ka`i, pu,
Ko ke ia ao, ko ke la ao
|26th February 2008 06:26 AM|
|Unregistered||Oh, pleeeeeease tell us more....|
|26th February 2008 06:02 AM|
It's ridiculous to imagine that windsurfing instruction is being singled out, or that the County is for some reason trying to kill windsurfing.
the fact is, the County Administration has had issues and complaints on over-exploitation, over-use, and over-crowding by instructional/guided groups of other activities (scuba, kayak, etc.) at a number of locations.
So, they are trying to enact some sweeping rules to address all possible scenarios involving watersports instruction.
Why was windsurfing indiscriminately included in the proposed regulation? Because windsurfing operators have not bothered to educated the administration on the practices and standards of the sport, or to develop relationships with the administration.
Maybe this will be a wake-up call for them on what they need to do?
|26th February 2008 02:46 AM|
Now they're going after teaching schools
For the latest attempts to regulate windurfing out of existence, catch up with the breaking news on this thread at Windsurfing Mag:
Reports of the latest attempt starts toward the end of page 2. And once again this issue is time sensitive
|25th February 2008 09:55 AM|
Thank you Auntie and Uncle(s)!!!
We ridem out!!!
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