Best 197 of Hawaii quotes - MyQuotes
Did you know? Duke Kahanamoku competed in four Olympics from 1912 to 1932 setting three world-records, while winning three gold medals, two silver, and one bronze.
Hawaii's the 50th state? I thought it was a suburb of Guam.
No one has family in Hawaii. Everyone is family in Hawaii.
Make good the good in you...and you will slowly steal into the Hawaiian heart, which is all of softness, and gentleness, and sweetness.
New land formed by lava flows belongings to the state, not to abutting property owners. So ruled the Hawai'i Supreme Court in 1977.
SMILE - IT NO BROKE YOUR FACE! -on a stone in Kalaupapa
Do what?"she asked, leaning forward, imagining what he had in mind that they might do and would it include her hands on his dragon.
When I lived in Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii, I was shocked at how quickly I would burn in the Sun.
If you want to know what corporate fraud looks like, just watch the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project atop Mauna Kea.
When I worked in high altitude astronomy, the worst sickness that I experienced was not at the 13,796 feet very high altitude summit of Mauna Kea Observatory (MKO) in Hawaii, it was at Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO) in Arizona at the much lower altitude of 6,875 feet. Due to my very high altitude experiences, I knew that this strange sickness was not primarily caused by altitude sickness and was most likely Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). After reporting various behavioral problems in all of the staff to the management team, my contract was not renewed, I was unable to legally protect the health and safety of the workers that I was responsible for, troubleshooting of this environmental problem stopped and I left in a sickened state for my next position before I could find the root cause.
Not very many companies go through Hawaii on their way to anywhere. San Francisco Ballet was the only company I remember, and Bolshoi, coming through Hawaii when I was younger.
Though at opposite ends of our country, Maine and Hawaii are, other than climate, much alike. Places where you say who you are, be who you are, keep your word, and don't cheat or lie to take advantage of each other. Where you protect other folks because they are your tribe.
My extensive knowledge of High Altitude Observatory Disease (HAOD) required me to become a critic of the biologically toxic Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project atop Mauna Kea.
I wanted to go back on 'Dancing With the Stars,' I did it. One of my favorite shows is 'Hawaii Five-0.' I went on, guest starred. I wanted to be in a film, did 'Tasmanian Devils' in Vancouver. Wanted to host a show, boom, did it.
Somehow, the love of the islands, like the love of a woman, just happens. One cannot determine in advance to love a particular woman, nor can one so determine to love Hawaii.
Charmaine J Forde
President Obama 44 Obama is the Man; I’ve never met him before, But he and The First Lady, has opened many doors I can tell by his charm, that he has some laughter, And I can’t tell between him and the First Lady, Who is smarter? And I like how she encouraged them children to lose weight, And how she dougied and watched everything on her plate, And how she not only danced and not only rap, I like how The President always had her back, Every Bill he signed they had something to say, But the smooth President did it his way President Obama, you made the grade, You were very transparent, you didn’t throw shade, And although there are others who may have disagreed, Our 44th President was born in Hawaii. No one can tell me Obama isn’t the man Who stopped the wars in Afghanistan?
One volcano in Hawaii, one volcano in Indonesia, produces enough gases in the atmosphere, which include those natural elements that are in the Earth's crust, that, uh, kind of make all the, you know, the science that we have about what we produce, moot.
Mauna Kea Sickness (MKS) in the summit workers is the inconvenient truth of the Mauna Kea Observatories (MKO).
Sam hadn't left New York with Claire, he'd just arrived at the hotel that morning, checked in, put a few things away in his room and went downstairs to the extensive gift shop and saw the beautiful bouquet of island flowers and knew Claire would love them. The orchid in the middle of the arrangement was purple, which he knew was her favorite color.
I'd left Hawaii twice in my life, so I'd been on an island my whole life. I had no clue. I didn't know how to live in a city.
According to a new study, Hawaii is the happiest place in America to live. And I thought it was just a great place to pretend you were born in.
The one we keep pitching and there are no takers is The Fabulous Baker Boys Go to Hawaii. There don't seem to be any takers on that one!
Goodbye sunny Hawaiian beach, hello snowy Mauna Kea.
[Barack Obama] grew up in Hawaii, far, far removed from the most, you know, sort of violent, you know, tendencies of Jim Crow and segregation. He wasn't directly exposed to that. He was untraumatized.
Across the lansdcape, steam vents hiss gaseous breath from deep inside the planet, creating an environment that feels like it hangs in the balance between our world and another.
I did not think much about working at the 13,796 feet high summit of Mauna Kea until I started working there. Every day atop the mountain was spent feeling really crappy and taking company supplied drugs so that I could do my job. My love of Hawaii kept me working there for five years until my health started to fail.
If in doubt, cheese has been always the answer..
He rested his head on top of mine and whispered, "I'm warning you now. I'm a horrible patient." I smiled in spite of myself and pulled back. "Of course you are. That's why you're a doctor.
Barack H. Obama is a landmark presidential figure as the first black, multiracial, multicultural president from Hawaii and the Pacific.
Sitting on the porch alone, listening to them fixing supper, he felt again the indignation he had felt before, the sense of loss and the aloneness, the utter defenselessness that was each man's lot, sealed up in his bee cell from all the others in the world. But the smelling of boiling vegetables and pork reached him from the inside, the aloneness left him for a while. The warm moist smell promised other people lived and were preparing supper. He listened to the pouring and the thunder rumblings that sounded hollow like they were in a rainbarrel, shared the excitement and the coziness of the buzzing insects that had sought refuge on the porch, and now and then he slapped detachedly at the mosquitoes, making a sharp crack in the pouring buzzing silence. The porch sheltered him from all but the splashes of the drops that hit the floor and their spray touched him with a pleasant chill. And he was secure, because someewhere out beyond the wall of water humanity still existed, and was preparing supper.
What is government if health and safety laws are not enforced?
The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project atop Mauna Kea is nothing more than a shady astronomical project that is known from the outset to damage the health of the workers.
I regard taking healthy sea level adapted children to the 13,796 feet very high altitude summit of Mauna Kea as a form of child abuse.
While my doctors proved to me that they were the incompetents of High Altitude Observatory Disease (HAOD), I turned into the expert on the subject.
Most of the time, I'm working in places I'm not familiar with. Sometimes it's Slovakia, and sometimes it's Hawaii. Not to bash on Slovakia, but I really did enjoy Hawaii.
Nothing like a bit of flattery to grease the wheels.
The most dangerous roads are those that provide sea level adapted humans rapid ascent to very high altitudes.
It is important that Hawaii visitors are aware that most forms of radiation are much higher atop the biologically toxic summit of Mauna Kea.
The fact that the USA government is denying damaged Mauna Kea workers their earned disability payments is reason enough to demolish the biologically toxic Mauna Kea Observatories.
Umica ka hanu HOLD THE BREATH Be patient; don't give up.
I grew up in Hawaii and I think those islands are some of the most amazing places on the planet.
The revolution of 1893 and the annexation that followed undermined a culture and ended the life of a nation. Compared to what such operations have brought to other countries, though, this one ended well.
I had done 'Die Hard' and it was somebody's franchise. I actually just got done with the 'Hawaii Five-O' pilot and I was developing some things of my own. So 'Total Recall' one of those projects that I read wanting more not to like it.
Hawaiian English is like kahiko, the ancient dance, the kanaka dance of tradition, she says, harsh moves, slaps, and full of pounding force.
A dreaming vortex is a place where it's easy to change. You come to a dreaming vortex like Hawaii to step from one dream into another, from one world into another, to change, in other words.
God not da faddah, he just the spoiled moody child, but you got to go t'rough him to get to da real power, his mama, Mot'er God. She da real Almighty! She run da heavens alone. Original single parent. When somethin' bad happen, usually mean she let God try his hand, and he screw up plenny. You need something important, you go directly Mot'er God. Jesus, Mary, Joseph? Dey just small potatoes, part of the chorus, neh?
Beware of logic.
We are at the point with the 1.4 billion dollar Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) atop Mauna Kea, Hawaii, that the frauds are so great that the FBI needs to step in and find out why the government regulators are not doing their jobs of shutting the known biologically toxic project down.
Indian-styled garments are very popular in the U.S., especially in areas near the beach, like Hawaii and Los Angeles.
Since 1996 the W. M. Keck Observatory has been observing what happens to workers that spend their time in and around two massive Faraday cages.