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  1. #2768
    Quote Originally Posted by Punanilicr  [View Original Post]
    With all of the talk related to our recent icbm warning mishap, I have to ask, what makes everyone so confident that if it had been real, it would have been from NK? After all, theres still a bunch of nukes unaccounted for from the collapse of USSR. Who knows whose hands those ended up in. I agree that Kim has little to gain by attacking, but he's not the only nut in the dish.
    Ya I'm more concerned at a rogue state or really ISIS type parasite walking in a dirty bomb. Obviously easy to get illegal people on island, so something as small as a crude tactical nuke is no problem. Really not a rogue nation to posses ICBM capability. I'm not concerned of North Korean capabilities either.

  2. #2767

    No Nukes

    With all of the talk related to our recent icbm warning mishap, I have to ask, what makes everyone so confident that if it had been real, it would have been from NK? After all, theres still a bunch of nukes unaccounted for from the collapse of USSR. Who knows whose hands those ended up in. I agree that Kim has little to gain by attacking, but he's not the only nut in the dish.

  3. #2766
    Quote Originally Posted by Russo  [View Original Post]
    Just a thought though, If we were to be hit by a nuke and it does miss the island and hit off shore. Do you think that the blast would be enough to cause a tsunami?
    Most people think that a nuclear device will be detonated on the ground. If you research it, an airburst detonation causes maximum blast damage. The latest North Korean missile test broke up around an altitude of 1 km. And something known as a double shockwave also happens when the blast reflects off the ground. Most homes here are of lighter construction (compared to mainland) and don't have a basement. Even a concrete condo is full of windows. Found this website that shows damage radius. https://nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/.

  4. #2765
    Quote Originally Posted by Russo  [View Original Post]
    Just a thought though, If we were to be hit by a nuke and it does miss the island and hit off shore. Do you think that the blast would be enough to cause a tsunami?
    Yes very big tsunami and godzilla or as Japanese people call him gojeerah.

  5. #2764
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idusixtyning  [View Original Post]
    From what I'm told by those with relatives in South Korea, the South Koreans don't think Kim Jong Un would start a war because he has it too good. Absolute power, anything he wants (including women), and an ability to make the world pay attention to him. So the thinking is that he is not stupid enough to give all of that up. So South Koreans just go on with everyday life without a second thought. It's people in the US that are far more panicked.

    If there was a nuclear missile attack, I don't think anyone would survive a direct blast (shockwave, extreme heat, air so hot that lungs would be seared, radiation) unless in a specially built shelter. More than likely blast survivability would depend on which side of the island. I think the more likely challenge is surviving the radiation fallout for those surviving the blast. Doesn't make sense trying to survive a blast if not prepared for the fallout. Which would include having NBR gas masks for everyone in the household, NBR filters, potassium iodide tablets, radiation exposure detectors and geiger counter. All available on Amazon but I haven't gone survivalist mode myself. Yet. LOL.
    Just a thought though, If we were to be hit by a nuke and it does miss the island and hit off shore. Do you think that the blast would be enough to cause a tsunami?

  6. #2763
    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    I slept through the whole thing. But, had I been awake, I don't think I would have been worried for four reasons: 1) There were no warning sirens; 2) It's unlikely that N. Korea has yet developed a capability to accurately strike a target with a ballistic missile; 3) I don't think the political/military climate between the USA and N. Korea has reached such a volatile state that would prompt Kim Jong Un to launch an attack; 4) I don't think Kim Jong Un would be that stupid.
    From what I'm told by those with relatives in South Korea, the South Koreans don't think Kim Jong Un would start a war because he has it too good. Absolute power, anything he wants (including women), and an ability to make the world pay attention to him. So the thinking is that he is not stupid enough to give all of that up. So South Koreans just go on with everyday life without a second thought. It's people in the US that are far more panicked.

    If there was a nuclear missile attack, I don't think anyone would survive a direct blast (shockwave, extreme heat, air so hot that lungs would be seared, radiation) unless in a specially built shelter. More than likely blast survivability would depend on which side of the island. I think the more likely challenge is surviving the radiation fallout for those surviving the blast. Doesn't make sense trying to survive a blast if not prepared for the fallout. Which would include having NBR gas masks for everyone in the household, NBR filters, potassium iodide tablets, radiation exposure detectors and geiger counter. All available on Amazon but I haven't gone survivalist mode myself. Yet. LOL.

  7. #2762

    Bingo

    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    I slept through the whole thing. But, had I been awake, I don't think I would have been worried for four reasons: 1) There were no warning sirens; 2) It's unlikely that N. Korea has yet developed a capability to accurately strike a target with a ballistic missile; 3) I don't think the political/military climate between the USA and N. Korea has reached such a volatile state that would prompt Kim Jong Un to launch an attack; 4) I don't think Kim Jong Un would be that stupid.
    I was just pissed at the mistake. Annoyed, uneasy that they, the state, would make it so easy to make such a mistake.

  8. #2761
    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    What did you do moments after the message came out.
    What sucked was my s / o and I were just starting to get it on. I ate her out, she came and then it was my turn. She started a sloppy BJ for a few minutes, then the alert went off. I thought it was a flash flood warning or an earthquake somewhere. She had to stop and look at her phone. Said a missile was coming. I jokingly said, yes, a BIG missile is cumming soon. She didn't think it was funny and started freaking out. I was still thinking about sex and not the possibility of losing my life. I guess I know where my priorities are.

  9. #2760
    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    Everyone is pointing fingers, everyone is placing blame for 1/13 Missile Alert message on television and mobile devices. There are lessons to be learned about. Are people aware of what to do if there is a nuclear attack. Do people know about nukemap, the severity of the impact area and surrounding areas also consideration of wind. As for HIEMA is there information that can be broadcast on what to do as an event like this happens.

    Just because "experts" say NK has the capacity of reaching hawaii, does it really mean it's a target for Kim Jong-un. Personally I fear the USA with weapons of mass distruction they have including the amount of nuclear arsonal at Pearl Harbor than North Korea.

    What did I do when my phone got the message and the message came up on my tv monitor? I closed all the windows in my condo, went to the bathroom, started to put water in my bathtub and used my computer to search for an all clear. In my area the sirens didn't go off and my thought of NK aiming a bomb to Hawaii that this was not a true message. I found the answer at about 8:16,9 minutes after the message came out. After look at why, my attention grew to what to do if a hydrogen bomb it's the island of Oahu, what would the impact be for the direct hit then the radius beyond the impact zone. I asked myself why the fear and anger then realized I did not know what to do and started research about everything possible.

    What did you do moments after the message came out.
    I slept through the whole thing. But, had I been awake, I don't think I would have been worried for four reasons: 1) There were no warning sirens; 2) It's unlikely that N. Korea has yet developed a capability to accurately strike a target with a ballistic missile; 3) I don't think the political/military climate between the USA and N. Korea has reached such a volatile state that would prompt Kim Jong Un to launch an attack; 4) I don't think Kim Jong Un would be that stupid.

  10. #2759

    Back up your lies

    Quote Originally Posted by Local1234  [View Original Post]
    Ige also lied about notifying all TV stations within 20 minutes.
    I just want to know who gave the button pusher the GREEN light and why so called death threats haven't been reported yet. Because no threats and more lies.FEMA said we don't give instruction out,your State can function without our help

  11. #2758
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    Wet my noodle of course

    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    What did you do moments after the message came out.
    I finished my breakfast and scoffed. Muttered some curse words, went AMP after. Left happily firing off my missile. During the deed, (38 minutes) even more so I started swearing because I knew that text was false.

    What I did feel bad for, was the high school girls I seen running from Ala Moana beach park into the mall. They were terrified and crying. I have no remorse for the button pusher either. Fired should be the minimum that happens to him. Children old enough to understand what was going on suffered the most. I hope all your guy's keiki was ok. Truly a tramatic experience.

  12. #2757

    Do

    Quote Originally Posted by Honolulu808  [View Original Post]
    Everyone is pointing fingers, everyone is placing blame for 1/13 Missile Alert message on television and mobile devices. There are lessons to be learned about. Are people aware of what to do if there is a nuclear attack. Do people know about nukemap, the severity of the impact area and surrounding areas also consideration of wind. As for HIEMA is there information that can be broadcast on what to do as an event like this happens.

    Just because "experts" say NK has the capacity of reaching hawaii, does it really mean it's a target for Kim Jong-un. Personally I fear the USA with weapons of mass distruction they have including the amount of nuclear arsonal at Pearl Harbor than North Korea.

    What did I do when my phone got the message and the message came up on my tv monitor? I closed all the windows in my condo, went to the bathroom, started to put water in my bathtub and used my computer to search for an all clear. In my area the sirens didn't go off and my thought of NK aiming a bomb to Hawaii that this was not a true message. I found the answer at about 8:16,9 minutes after the message came out. After look at why, my attention grew to what to do if a hydrogen bomb it's the island of Oahu, what would the impact be for the direct hit then the radius beyond the impact zone. I asked myself why the fear and anger then realized I did not know what to do and started research about everything possible.

    What did you do moments after the message came out.
    Wth, Fuck my G F, got off in 10 minutes, then to P T BBBJ dt cim with Miki.

  13. #2756

    False Alarm and Collateral Damage

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny14  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, if you were at the AMP and some missile is about to hit, better to go out with a bang and die happy! As for that person who pushed that button twice and caused so much panic, I won't go easy on him / her because one father who had to choose between two of his daughters on the mainland, not knowing if he'll ever see them again, decided to talk to his 10 year old daughter for the "final" time before suffering a massive heart attack! Such panic is unnecessary and someone should be sued big time!
    If their in house investigation proves negligence, does anyone think that those in public who was affected negatively by the False Alarm can have a chance at some form of restitution? Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) should hopefully allow access to the final investigation report sans any classified information. Lataz. O.

  14. #2755
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny14  [View Original Post]
    Hanabusa used to be the mouth piece for that corrupt $10 billion and counting Rail, getting compensated more than $100,000 from Rail, who knows maybe she got some sweetheart deal in purchasing land next to the more than two dozen Rail stations that will benefit herself? She is just as corrupt and incompetent as Ige, another Japanese counter part who knows how to massage the political system! She plays the self-pity game of being victim of racist polices, yet screwed over the Hawaiians in Waiane when she was a senator.

    Time to get a white person for governor, the locals are too ingrained in a corrupt system of back scratching and coverups.
    Don't forget Hanabusa's corrupt husband. Talk about screwing people. Big time crook.

  15. #2754

    What a liar

    In the words of the late senator who gave it all and made pork barrel work for Hawaii, "what a liar".

    Inouye wasn't perfect, but he did bring in hundreds of millions to Hawaii. Even governor Abercrombie said it best, calling out the incompetent liar we have in office.

    Agree, we need an outsider to flush the shit out of the good ol boy set up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Local1234  [View Original Post]
    Ige also lied about notifying all TV stations within 20 minutes.

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