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  1. #2741
    Quote Originally Posted by HiPickle  [View Original Post]
    As far as the missile alert. Wow. No fault of the folks who are unaware and took it to heart. My thoughts as soon as I get the alert was 99% state government dumbass award has a new winner.
    There's a virus going around. You had the false missile alert button pusher and then the NO Saints safety making or not making a play on the last play of the game. The truth is out there. Can you hear the X-Files whistling sound?

  2. #2740
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny14  [View Original Post]
    Not surprised at all, that idiot who pushed the wrong button should be fired, along with his / her supervisor for either not training or watching over, causing massive panic throughout the entire State for over 30 minutes. Also USPACOM HQ should have stepped in to correct it right away since they monitor the entire Pacific area including North Korea. I worked with both organizations in the past and know how they operate.
    Maybe USPACOM HQ at Camp Smith did step in right away, and maybe Hawaii Civil Defense was slow in relaying that info to the public. We really don't know. What I do know is that upon hearing of the alert from Hawaii Civil Defense, the 24-hour watch floor at USPACOM HQ, using its various sources, would have immediately taken action to confirm/deny an actual missile launch. I've also worked very closely with USPACOM HQ, and I can say that the watch floor personnel are highly competent and disciplined and are very good at what they do.

  3. #2739
    Quote Originally Posted by SixteeNiner  [View Original Post]
    You really think people don't think Hawaiis a nuclear target with its strategic importance? You really think the state's stupidity is going to translate to the general public that we are suddenly a North Korean target?

    LOL.

    (none of what you wrote holds any water. NONE).
    Bro I think you missing my point. I'm talking about tourism and the tourists perception of hawaii's Safety. A month ago, if you asked 100 tourists if Hawaii was safe from nuclear attack, they woulda said 100 out of 100 yes. But after the missile fiasco, there's probably now a small percentage of tourist who think that we might be unsafe. And if they change their travel plans to go elsewhere, that hurts the whole Island economy. Again, it's a small percentage, but fear is powerful and a small incident can change minds and end up cost millions.

  4. #2738

    Ige Caught in a Lie about Delay in Cancelling Missile Alert

    FEMA: Ige, Miyagi Wrong About 38 Minute Delay.

    Governor Ige and HIEMA administrator Vern Miyagi say they had to obtain permission from FEMA. FEMA says that's not true.

    http://hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesM...ute-Delay.aspx

  5. #2737

    It's a big deal but?

    Quote Originally Posted by HiPickle  [View Original Post]
    As far as the missile alert. Wow. No fault of the folks who are unaware and took it to heart. My thoughts as soon as I get the alert was 99% state government dumbass award has a new winner. The other 1% was if and Korea actually managed to launch a real nuke that didn't explode on takeoff as more than half of them do, or flip flop into the vast pacific ocean, the chances of it actually getting though our defense of this scenario is so miniscule. I started thinking about what I'd have for lunch. Really, I've spent years in the military, 3 of those years living in South Korea perhaps more privey to the capabilities, or lack thereof of and. Korea to even bother to care. If people would stop watching fake news on the networks that want to just create their own version of reality when in reality, they are clueless and keeping those that listen to their cluelessness. Unaware.
    What happened on sat was a false alarm but even if it was a real nuke headed this way, what are we suppose to do or go to? What bothers me more is hikers getting stranded on places they aren't supposed to be and HFD goes out and rescues them and puts their lives in danger. NO charge to the individual (s) fuck that shit!!Remember the police officer that died about 20 years in Hauula from repelling down to save assholes? He was a family friend.

  6. #2736

    Concur

    Quote Originally Posted by DrGyno  [View Original Post]
    Per todays local news the reporter stated that the governor Ige will have to work harder to get re elected. The State looks stupid at this time for their slow response. Prior to Ige speaking, his fellow Democrapo Tulsi Gabard was on the NEWS blabing away and putting it on Trump. Thios is where all the irony is. Anything that goes wrong is always Trumps fault. Under the Democrap rule, there is more homelessness, food stamps, welfare, more illegals, and more stuff.

    The government should take care of the American citizens FIRST before bringing in more immigrants who DRAIN our resources (our tax money).

    Vote Republican.
    As far as the missile alert. Wow. No fault of the folks who are unaware and took it to heart. My thoughts as soon as I get the alert was 99% state government dumbass award has a new winner. The other 1% was if and Korea actually managed to launch a real nuke that didn't explode on takeoff as more than half of them do, or flip flop into the vast pacific ocean, the chances of it actually getting though our defense of this scenario is so miniscule. I started thinking about what I'd have for lunch. Really, I've spent years in the military, 3 of those years living in South Korea perhaps more privey to the capabilities, or lack thereof of and. Korea to even bother to care. If people would stop watching fake news on the networks that want to just create their own version of reality when in reality, they are clueless and keeping those that listen to their cluelessness. Unaware.

  7. #2735
    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    Per KITV reports, the employee who when push the button (for the ballistic missile false alarm), caused the huhu, and make panic is now "off the job;" additionally, not going get testing of warning systems during shift change for now. As anticipated, the Civil Defense workers when receive death threats and Hawaii when make ass to the world. However, the paradox of 'making ass, false alarm, stupid heads, etc. " has now elevated the public's awareness by any potential threat and / or disaster; perhaps a blessing in disguise? Before reacting or acting in haste, let's wait for the results of the investigation (hopefully by an independent body) and make assessments accordingly. The death threats have no bearing here or anywhere; per the following cliche': "look in the mirror first and then put yourself in their shoes" before throwing rotten mangoes. IMO only.
    LOL can you imagine this guy on the next interview he has and the guy / woman asks so what did you do for your last position and why did you leave?

    LOLOL.

  8. #2734
    Quote Originally Posted by StopDaRail2  [View Original Post]
    After all the fuss, even though the actual damage done is pretty minimal, the real and unfortunate impact will be to tourism, because now the entire world thinks that Hawaii is a possible nuclear target. Even if only 1% of tourists decide not to come to hawaii because it's 'unsafe', that's MILLIONS of tourist dollars that won't be coming here.

    It would almost have been better if north korea tried to send a missile and it failed. Then we would know how incompetent they are. Instead, there's fear, and that is sometimes more damaging. I'm sure kim jil un is laughing at us right now.
    You really think people don't think Hawaiis a nuclear target with its strategic importance? You really think the state's stupidity is going to translate to the general public that we are suddenly a North Korean target?

    LOL.

    (none of what you wrote holds any water. NONE).

  9. #2733
    Quote Originally Posted by StopDaRail2  [View Original Post]
    After all the fuss, even though the actual damage done is pretty minimal, the real and unfortunate impact will be to tourism, because now the entire world thinks that Hawaii is a possible nuclear target. Even if only 1% of tourists decide not to come to hawaii because it's 'unsafe', that's MILLIONS of tourist dollars that won't be coming here.
    There are good news and bad news. The good news is that we are not viewed as a threat and be spared to be used as a cheap labor workforce. The bad news is that we are expendable as we can't handle technology.

  10. #2732

    Ige out and will have to work hard to get reelected

    Per todays local news the reporter stated that the governor Ige will have to work harder to get re elected. The State looks stupid at this time for their slow response. Prior to Ige speaking, his fellow Democrapo Tulsi Gabard was on the NEWS blabing away and putting it on Trump. Thios is where all the irony is. Anything that goes wrong is always Trumps fault. Under the Democrap rule, there is more homelessness, food stamps, welfare, more illegals, and more stuff.

    The government should take care of the American citizens FIRST before bringing in more immigrants who DRAIN our resources (our tax money).

    Vote Republican.

  11. #2731

    What Dis?

    Per KITV reports, the employee who when push the button (for the ballistic missile false alarm), caused the huhu, and make panic is now "off the job;" additionally, not going get testing of warning systems during shift change for now. As anticipated, the Civil Defense workers when receive death threats and Hawaii when make ass to the world. However, the paradox of 'making ass, false alarm, stupid heads, etc. " has now elevated the public's awareness by any potential threat and / or disaster; perhaps a blessing in disguise? Before reacting or acting in haste, let's wait for the results of the investigation (hopefully by an independent body) and make assessments accordingly. The death threats have no bearing here or anywhere; per the following cliche': "look in the mirror first and then put yourself in their shoes" before throwing rotten mangoes. IMO only.

  12. #2730
    After all the fuss, even though the actual damage done is pretty minimal, the real and unfortunate impact will be to tourism, because now the entire world thinks that Hawaii is a possible nuclear target. Even if only 1% of tourists decide not to come to hawaii because it's 'unsafe', that's MILLIONS of tourist dollars that won't be coming here.

    It would almost have been better if north korea tried to send a missile and it failed. Then we would know how incompetent they are. Instead, there's fear, and that is sometimes more damaging. I'm sure kim jil un is laughing at us right now.

  13. #2729
    Quote Originally Posted by Memahu  [View Original Post]
    McDonald's has a picture of the product on its cash register's keys. They should try that way.
    Yeah my bruddah you right. I used to work there.

  14. #2728
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    Everything that happened yesterday is a gift to Hanabusa.
    So Ige replaces Abercrombie who was too much of an asshole. Ige has zero charisma and no leadership ability and this is where we are. Although at least he does a good Kermit the frog impersonation. #localjapanesegovmafia.

  15. #2727
    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    Prior to an investigation and although already reported as 'human error,' to (1) readily acknowledge and (2) knowingly activate a false alarm (by pressing a button twice) is inexcusable no matter the training. The situation is suspicious and borders on sabotage. The person who initiated the false alarm should remain anonymous for his / her safety no matter whose button is bigger.
    McDonald's has a picture of the product on its cash register's keys. They should try that way.

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