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  1. #2795

    Correcting Charter School Misinformation

    Quote Originally Posted by AlohaJ  [View Original Post]
    Tupola had been making a lot of noise, even before this whole missile warning thing. Maybe that's what this city needs, someone who isn't afraid to speak her mind and call bullshit when it needs to be called out. I'm not sure agree with equal funding for charter schools though. Don't they receive private money? On that note, I think they are focusing on the wrong thing regarding charter schools. If your numbers at public schools are declining and the numbers at charter and private schools rising, isn't that telling you that their is a serious problem with you public education system? When parents, who are supposed to be already strapped for cash are willing to spend money to send their kids to these school, something is likely wrong with the public schools. But instead, people want for funding for charter schools because their numbers are increasing and running out of space.
    Charter schools are part of the DOE, and as such they cannot charge tuition. They are semi-autonomous but must meet certain DOE criteria (access, curriculum, levels of achievement, accounting, for example). They receive less funding than standard DOE schools and yet outperform on a regular basis. Why? Pretty simple, Community / Parent involvement. Charter schools are open to everyone. If too many apply, there is a lottery system in place.
    Tupola looks hot. She's got my vote and I don't even care what her politics may be.

    SS.

  2. #2794

    Legalization

    Red, it will be great to legalize it here, Reiden can be the commissioner and I'll be the bag man LOL, E 1 can head the licensing

    department, and Redneck you handle the Greek department.

    But it won't happen like Red stated government interference, bureaucrats, churches, unions, schools, etc. Etc. Etc.

    Legalizing gambling and lottery be good too, awhile back I asked the boys in Vegas if Hawaii legalize gaming and I have the license how soon could you set up and running, 48 hours and full financing.

    Be providing funds for education, state improvement, property taxes, etc. Etc.

    Guess we got to do it the hard way like the craps.

    Just by chance its a go, Red you guys ready.

    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck1  [View Original Post]
    Regarding the issue of prices, I think it would depend upon how prostitution were to be "legalized" in Hawaii (which I don't think will happen anyway).

    Even if prostitution were "legalized" in Big-Government Hawaii, the most likely form of "legalization" would strictly limit prostitution to government-selected and government-approved businesses that are subject to all sorts of meddling government rules, regulations and inspections, government-mandated fees, and probably higher taxation than "respectable" businesses. Pursuant to that very restrictive big-government model of legalization, prices for "legalized" prostitution would likely rise.

    By contrast, what's really needed is libertarian-style legalization that simply repeals the laws that currently make buying and selling of sexual services between consenting adults illegal. Keep government interference and government bureaucrats out of it, in favor of free-market economics and freedom of choice by consenting adults. Then average prices would almost certainly decrease.

  3. #2793

    Regulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck1  [View Original Post]
    Regarding the issue of prices, I think it would depend upon how prostitution were to be "legalized" in Hawaii (which I don't think will happen anyway).

    Even if prostitution were "legalized" in Big-Government Hawaii, the most likely form of "legalization" would strictly limit prostitution to government-selected and government-approved businesses that are subject to all sorts of meddling government rules, regulations and inspections, government-mandated fees, and probably higher taxation than "respectable" businesses. Pursuant to that very restrictive big-government model of legalization, prices for "legalized" prostitution would likely rise.

    By contrast, what's really needed is libertarian-style legalization that simply repeals the laws that currently make buying and selling of sexual services between consenting adults illegal. Keep government interference and government bureaucrats out of it, in favor of free-market economics and freedom of choice by consenting adults. Then average prices would almost certainly decrease.
    A few more rules:

    No smoking on premises. No cooking on premises. No living on premises. Mamasan must be licensed.

  4. #2792
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  5. #2791
    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck1  [View Original Post]
    Even if prostitution were "legalized" in Big-Government Hawaii, the most likely form of "legalization" would strictly limit prostitution to government-selected and government-approved businesses that are subject to all sorts of meddling government rules, regulations and inspections, government-mandated fees, and probably higher taxation than "respectable" businesses. Pursuant to that very restrictive big-government model of legalization, prices for "legalized" prostitution would likely rise.
    Right. People who talk about legalization should take a close look at Nevada. You will not be getting BB-anything at a state-sanctioned brothel.

    Keep in mind the state gov't decided that it would grant two licenses, that encompass production and retailing of MMJ, per island. The state decides who the winners and losers in this industry are going to be. I'd say it's a license to print money, but my friends who smoke tell me that the price in dispensaries are about 2 x what the price is on the street, so in the end it's another example of how the state snatches defeat from the jaws of what could be a profitable new industry.

    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck1  [View Original Post]
    By contrast, what's really needed is libertarian-style legalization that simply repeals the laws that currently make buying and selling of sexual services between consenting adults illegal. Keep government interference and government bureaucrats out of it, in favor of free-market economics and freedom of choice by consenting adults. Then average prices would almost certainly decrease.
    Yep. Decriminalization, not legalization.

  6. #2790

    Still demo damage crats

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    I abso fucking lutly will not allow this stupid fucking partisan shit to invade this forum. If you want to take about issues then talk about the fucking issues but this "All Democrats do X" or "All Republicans do Y"
    will not be allowed on this forum. it's not allowed because it's never fucking ending and meaningless because all nothing is the same.

    A2

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  8. #2788

    Tupola

    Quote Originally Posted by PipeHitter  [View Original Post]
    Agreed Miyagi should already be gone. He already has a poor track record with less publicized poor, disorganized responses to Tsunami and Hurricane threats. But the fact that he is not already gone and that he has not at least resigned, tells me the good ole boy network will save him. Seems to me they are just waiting for this to die out, hoping people will forget and that the FCC / FEMA investigations die in their tracks. But if the Fed investigation make noise, even the Governor is going to have problems. The double whammy on Ige, is that this is an election year and the first big shots were fired today by Tupola.
    Tupola had been making a lot of noise, even before this whole missile warning thing. Maybe that's what this city needs, someone who isn't afraid to speak her mind and call bullshit when it needs to be called out. I'm not sure agree with equal funding for charter schools though. Don't they receive private money? On that note, I think they are focusing on the wrong thing regarding charter schools. If your numbers at public schools are declining and the numbers at charter and private schools rising, isn't that telling you that their is a serious problem with you public education system? When parents, who are supposed to be already strapped for cash are willing to spend money to send their kids to these school, something is likely wrong with the public schools. But instead, people want for funding for charter schools because their numbers are increasing and running out of space.

    This is a good example about talking about the issues not the people. Obviously these are some left leaning opinions but he's not saying "Republitards are evil because they want to send their kids to private schools and fuck poor people." He's talking about the issue. If some right leaning brother countered with his argument for charter schools without calling the OP some "leftist libertard who wants to steal my money to educate his kids because all he wants is a handout" but instead made his argument about charter schools based on the merit of charter schools then THEY would be talking about the ISSUES and that's the difference.

    If all you're doing is throwing labels and insults your post will be redacted and if you keep doing it you'll be put on moderation. I could give a shit less what your opinion is but I do insist that you talk about it and not the group you wish to demonize. That, in a nutshell is the problem, not the group you think is causing the problem.

    A2

  9. #2787

    Hawaii Army National Guard General Miyagi.

    Quote Originally Posted by PipeHitter  [View Original Post]
    Agreed Miyagi should already be gone. He already has a poor track record with less publicized poor, disorganized responses to Tsunami and Hurricane threats. But the fact that he is not already gone and that he has not at least resigned, tells me the good ole boy network will save him. Seems to me they are just waiting for this to die out, hoping people will forget and that the FCC / FEMA investigations die in their tracks. But if the Fed investigation make noise, even the Governor is going to have problems. The double whammy on Ige, is that this is an election year and the first big shots were fired today by Tupola.
    You're right about the "Old boy network" and Miyagi is part of it which the governor has a large say for that appointment, then you've noticed that Senator Gabbard, herself a major in the same unit, not saying much in his removal, but focusing on being blackmailed by NK to have Trump negotiate with Kim Un.

    Miyagi and the entire staff should already been fired, but governor Ige has no balls and will pay the price of his incompetence and be replaced most likely with another political crony, Hanabusa, so business as usual while Miyagi stays on collecting his big military pension and of course at least another 6 figure State job in that same unit that pushed the button causing panic throughout Hawaii.

  10. #2786
    Quote Originally Posted by RoniYurong  [View Original Post]
    Also, they need to legalize prostitution so there will be more income to the State and more choices for us mongers.

    Don't you agree. Legalize and there will be more competition and better prices.
    Regarding the issue of prices, I think it would depend upon how prostitution were to be "legalized" in Hawaii (which I don't think will happen anyway).

    Even if prostitution were "legalized" in Big-Government Hawaii, the most likely form of "legalization" would strictly limit prostitution to government-selected and government-approved businesses that are subject to all sorts of meddling government rules, regulations and inspections, government-mandated fees, and probably higher taxation than "respectable" businesses. Pursuant to that very restrictive big-government model of legalization, prices for "legalized" prostitution would likely rise.

    By contrast, what's really needed is libertarian-style legalization that simply repeals the laws that currently make buying and selling of sexual services between consenting adults illegal. Keep government interference and government bureaucrats out of it, in favor of free-market economics and freedom of choice by consenting adults. Then average prices would almost certainly decrease.

  11. #2785
    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    Suppose your neighbor down the street has been threatening to throw a brick through your front window. And, then it happens. Someone throws a brick through your front window. Who would you suspect threw the brick?
    Depends on how many of my other neighbors are walking around the hood with a brick in their hands.

  12. #2784
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaimuki  [View Original Post]
    The supervisor has the responsibility to insure it is the right program, it is installed properly, the workers are trained to operate the software properly. It is not enough for miyagi to take responsibility, that means nothing. Of course he needs to stand up and admit his failure, he should also lose his job for screwing up. Hawaii has a good ol boys club that sticks together and it sucks. Come on guys, vote out the encumbered and vote in new blood. Give miyagi the incompetent the axe!
    Agreed Miyagi should already be gone. He already has a poor track record with less publicized poor, disorganized responses to Tsunami and Hurricane threats. But the fact that he is not already gone and that he has not at least resigned, tells me the good ole boy network will save him. Seems to me they are just waiting for this to die out, hoping people will forget and that the FCC / FEMA investigations die in their tracks. But if the Fed investigation make noise, even the Governor is going to have problems. The double whammy on Ige, is that this is an election year and the first big shots were fired today by Tupola.

  13. #2783
    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    Submarines with nuclear weapons.
    Pearl Harbor has nuclear powered submarines but none with nuclear weapons. Fast Attacks (SSNs) which is all Pearl has, currently have no nuclear options. TLAM-Ns (nuclear Tomahawks) were all destroyed as a part of the start Treaty 8 years ago. Even then TLAM-and had been out of the fleet in storage for a long time. Hawaii in general has no nuclear options, tactical or strategic, on hand. There are no nuclear capable magazine activities currently any where in Hawaii. The closest is Guam, where NAVMAG Guam and Andersen AFB both have nuclear storage.

  14. #2782

    Re: Brandi Higa

    Yeah, my gaydar went up.

    Seeing her mannerisms- she prolly straight acting pretending to like MMA men (Tavares) but secretly smoozches with other Asian lezzy. They are the hardest to sway as lezzy chick friends protect each other from men predators. Just sayin.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaGame  [View Original Post]
    She might bat from the other side of the plate, is what I hear.

  15. #2781

    Imua.

    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    The country I fear the most is USA. Our country has more nuclear power than all the other countries combined. As for a possible nuclear disaster in Hawaii, IMHO there is no reason for an attack from NK nor any other country, my fear is the nuclear accident that can happen if one of the many "weapons of mass destruction" right here in our island at Pearl.
    Imua, wow this guy's a threat to our national security, now Kim Jung un knows, FBI, CIA, should check it out!

    Its treason, deport them back to NK, what else he knows.

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