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"hawaii" Discussed on Teachers in America

Teachers in America

04:06 min | Last week

"hawaii" Discussed on Teachers in America

"So it's not just brand new teacher street out of teacher Ed programs, but it's any teacher that's new to the school because we do have a lot of initiatives that we push. We have our own system of what we do when we open the school day, what happens when how do we open epic class? How do we close every class? All of these things are very specific to the school. And there's really not an opportunity except a department head where you sit down with a new teacher and go over these things that we could just do this in one fell swoop. Let's have one meeting let's go over all of these things and you can ask the questions that you want. We're a career academy school. So vetting our teachers in the understanding of career academies is very important as well and understand letting them know and getting them to assume their role as preparers of our future career people. So all these things came together in one year, my principal had given us a little bit of money, which was beautiful because we were able to buy food. And I think food and Hawaii more than anywhere else brings people together. We had teachers that were coming in from the continent. So what I would do was I would go through some vocal eateries and buy things that the kids that our students typically eat. So that if there was a conversation that came up, that new teacher wouldn't be like, oh, what is that? What are you eating? Where do you get that from? They'd be like, oh, I've had that before. And it kind of makes a connection. For our teachers and the students. So then we saw that I just tried it one time, and I was like, oh, it really worked. And it brought more people to the table. I was able to convince my veteran teacher Friends. I have full advantage come through too. And so it became this tradition that every second Friday of the month, we're going to come together. We're going to do this. We're going to eat food, someone's going to share. We're going to have some veteran teachers here. We're going to have the new teacher share. And it just became a beautiful collegiate environment that we're able to continue on now for four years..

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"hawaii" Discussed on Teachers in America

Teachers in America

05:55 min | Last week

"hawaii" Discussed on Teachers in America

"That is a mind shift that because we are so connected to our environment. That we can be talking about whether and we can talk about wind patterns and we can walk outside and we can look at wind patterns and we can feel them. And we can watch how the trees react immediately. And so my students, whether they know it or not, they are influenced by their place. That our place informs not only where we are, but who we are and who we are together. Our places can tell us so much about our personalities and how we deal with adversity in light of things like natural disasters and our empathy because in Hawaii, we have such a large population of endangered species, areas in need of protection and conservation in light of climate change and invasive species. So our students are naturally inclined to think about larger beings other than just themselves. And in biology, that's the same way every single lesson that we do brings it back to how does this affect your family, your ohana. How does this affect your community and how will this impact your environment? And we are a career academy school, what career are you thinking about that you can make impact and you can make change to come back to support again, your ohana, your community and your environment. Am I trying to just visualize, first of all, I can hear the birds behind you, which is also just something that I'm like, wow, I'm curious when you're with the curriculum and the way you approach it, what have you been surprised that your students begin to notice of how the evasive animals or plants like make an impact to their community. And the projection of how if it's not controlled within their lifetime could be an issue for their community. And their family and the way they live and the way they make a living..

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Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

"Hi, dinesh. This is Laura. One of the themes in 2000 mules is the issue of vote harvesting. Is vote harvesting legal or illegal according to the laws of each state. Thank you. This is a very important question. In fact, it is the heart of the objection to the movie made by Philip bump of The Washington Post. Essentially what Philip bump says is that this is a movie that shows and demonstrates beyond a reasonable doubt, massive harvesting. And he goes, yeah, but harvesting is not always illegal. It's allowed in a whole bunch of places. And so what's the big deal really? Maybe in some cases it wasn't allowed in certain ways, but you're not going to cancel out a vote because the mode of its delivery, the harvesting was somehow out of sync with the rules. Are you? Now, this is, this is something we need to drill into because these laws are made at the state level, and they vary. So let me say, this is what boat harvesting is. Vote harvesting is giving you a ballot to someone else. This is we're talking obviously about absentee or mail in ballots. You don't go deliver the ballot yourself. You give it to someone else and say you would do it. Now, there are about 27 states that allow some form of vote harvesting, but in most of these states the form allowed is very limited, very specified. So let's start with the most liberal vote harvesting laws. These are places like California and Hawaii. And the idea here is you can give your ballot to anyone. California allows you to ask any Tom dick or Harry, so to speak to return your ballot. And that is permitted. Now, most states don't do that, even states that allow vote harvesting normally limit who you can give your ballot to. So let's take, for example, the state of Georgia. In the state of Georgia, you are permitted to give you a ballot only to a family member, or if you are in a confined or facility, if you're in a nursing home, you can give it to a caregiver. And that's

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Roe v. Wade Overturned Returns the Right to States

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Roe v. Wade Overturned Returns the Right to States

"I wish abortion were illegal Candidly I wish it did that But that's not what it does Because what I want doesn't alter reality It will simply turn the decision of abortion legislation back over to states I mean do you want to be lie to you Do you pride yourself on being stupid all the time To the leftist trying to rile up their base Is this your thing Like on your CV is line number one I'm a tier one level a whole liar This is what I do You're just lying to people That is not true I wish it were true I wish it were We would save millions more lives But that's not what's going to happen Stop lying My gosh Stop lying For once just cut the bullshit and stop lying That is not what is going to happen You are going to have radical far left states dominated by Democrats like Illinois Maryland New York California and Hawaii that are going to pass ridiculous pro abortion laws of encouraging termination of life in the womb up till the day of the birth I believe me I wish that were the case I pray to my lord and save your Jesus Christ every day that people wake up to the abomination of this horror of mass extermination of life in the womb I pray every day but because I pray that doesn't mean it's real right now It is not It is not going to make abortion illegal Stop lying

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Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

"Shot so you can see the lapel thing that I'm wearing that my buddy, I don't know him, Louis Kona, and I don't know how to say this because there's so many syllables. It's one of those beautiful Hawaiian retreats. I'm sure a slice of Paradise kill a nobody here on the team knows it either. Hence my belief that everybody around me is crazy, but me. And I'm the one I can't read it. Kill a kakua. I think it's killa kakua? Hey, Hawaii. If you're listening and help me with the pronunciation, I just want to say a big thank you. A couple months ago, I invited you to send me lapel pins from your state and on the Salem news channel where you watch this show online and I hope you do, as well as listen to us on your favorite radio station. People have been sending me lapel pins from and I like it when it's like one half is the one side is the American flag and the other side is your state pin. People have sent me pins from Wyoming, Montana, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio. I've worn them all. Well, Louis, Kona from Kona coffee sent me not only some lapel pins that aren't exactly a flag pin, but it's a beautiful Hawaiian flower. You see it online here, sailing news channel dot com. It's beautiful. And I've got it on my lapel. He also sent me some samples from Kona coffee, which is the aroma of aloha. And I like that. And he sent us some American flag watches,

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Networks Under Criticism for Failing to Mention Race of NYC Suspect

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last month

Networks Under Criticism for Failing to Mention Race of NYC Suspect

"One ABC NBC Networks and other networks are coming under criticism from conservatives and rightly so for failing to mention the race Of the suspect mister producer isn't that shocking It's key to finding them So I have a chart here Media narrative chart by John Gabriel Over at ricochet sent to me by my wife And he has the media narrative chart for reporting violent crime With the attackers a non white shooter in the victim's wife shooting gun control If the attacker's Hawaii from during the victim's non white races chief of department can If the attacker's non white and the victim's non white Run story about the Kardashians instead If the police officer is the so called attacker and the victim is non white police brutality The attackers a non white shooter and the victims of police officer its reaction to brutality If the attacker is a non white shooter excuse me I just did that If the attacker is a male and the victims of female at sexism the attackers female and the victims of male its reaction to sexism If the attackers of female shooter and the victims female gun control If the attacker is female and the victim is a fraternity band fraternities If the attackers non Muslim and the victims Muslim islamophobia If the attackers Muslim and the victims non Muslim reaction to islamophobia If it's a Muslim a Muslim attack it's the Kardashians we need to cover

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How Did Dinesh Conceive the Idea for '2016: Obama's America'?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

How Did Dinesh Conceive the Idea for '2016: Obama's America'?

"I did mention Debbie. My name is Austin and I'm an aspiring filmmaker from Georgia. My writing partner and I bring some projects, but we're most excited about a conservative show concept. We'll finalizing this word. From a story standpoint, it compares the analogies of the famous books warnings to the current reality of the United States. Anyway, we would love to know how did you conceive the idea to make 2016 Obama's America with no filmmaking experience and how did you get those who are willing to help you make it such as funding, filmmaking, et cetera, because we're looking for that up to. Well, in my case, the idea of making the film arose out of a book that I had already published called the roots of Obama's rage. So I felt that I had a powerful new insight into Obama. And that would be intriguing as a film. Now, the conventional view of Obama was he was kind of a civil rights guy. He came out of the kind of tradition of Selma and Montgomery, the Martin Luther King tradition. And my point was no. Obama, it's not that he was born abroad, but he comes from a foreign perspective. He is absorbed, if you will, the dreams of his father. So I thought this was an interesting topic to be able to convert into a movie, although I didn't quite know how that would be done. As it turns out, a movie is a journey, and I would have to go to Hawaii and Indonesia, Kenya, and kind of track down almost physically the Obama story. But once I got the idea, I realized that, you know, I'm not on the left. I'm not like Michael Moore. I can't go marching into a studio and collect $10 million and say, okay, I'm going to make a movie now. So on our side, you've got to sort of build it out from the ground

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The Math of Resistance With Tiffany Justice of Moms for Liberty

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 2 months ago

The Math of Resistance With Tiffany Justice of Moms for Liberty

"Talk to us about the math of resisting. That when you think you're just one person, when people don't want to stand up and ask that question, the school board. But if one person says yes, I'll ask that question and you just decide to stand beside them and then you realize somebody else will and somebody else will talk about the catalytic knock on effect of showing others that they're not alone Tiffany. Yeah, I think it's hard when you see a company like Disney and others coming out and trying to shame parents and saying, well, you're not accepting of people. That's baloney. This isn't about, you know, this bill in Florida wasn't about homosexuality or heterosexuality. This was about children and innocence, and that's something everyone can get behind and fight for. I really think there's an effort to divide us as American citizens and they're trying to divide us on principle. The funny thing is, I think that Americans are smarter than that. And they're going to see past it, and they're going to work together. So I agree with you. We hear all the time. People come with their moms for liberty t-shirts somewhere. That one person joins them when we're joins them and then collectively they can't be stopped. Again, school districts might be able to pick off one or two parents, right? They can't pick off 40. So stand with each other, lock arms, shoulder to shoulder, and let's show Disney and these woke corporations and ridiculous politicians what we're made of. And what does it take to get involved and start a chapter? Yeah, so you can go to our website, moms for liberty dot org. You can click on the map on your state. You can see where chapters are currently in your state. As I said, a 180 chapters and 34 states. We just added Hawaii. That's very exciting for us. Give us a couple that haven't got any chapters. A negative shout out to some states. Yeah, no, absolutely. We need some more chapters in Georgia in Arizona. We need, again, would love to grow Alaska, alaskans, if you're listening, we'd love to have a chapter in Alaska. But yeah, I mean, what we're seeing is that it is contagious. We're going to do an automated video of how moms for liberty has grown in states. And I'll take it as state like Pennsylvania, for example. To see the way that the chapters have grown one by one by one by one and then to turn around and have 14, right? And all working together, that affect at the state level is just

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Dinesh D'Souza Joins Charlie to Discuss His New Film '2000 Mules'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza Joins Charlie to Discuss His New Film '2000 Mules'

"With us right now is a great American patriot who has done so much in just the last decade for the cause for liberty, dinesh d'souza, dinesh great to see you. Charlie, it's a real pleasure. Thanks for having me. Of course, we're here at a turning point action dinner about to talk about your upcoming movie. We also both have podcasts with Salem first yours is the dinesh d'souza podcast, right? Comes out every day, is that right? Exactly. I do it, I do it audio and video, and I've been doing it now a little over a year, and so I'm relatively new podcaster, but really enjoying it. Awesome. Tell us about the movie. We've talked about it. A fair amount on this program, but no better person to talk about it than you? Well, I think it's my most important project of all the movies I've done. So this is number 6 of the documentaries. And I'm sensing around at the same kind of electricity I felt around the first movie, which was my Obama film called. Really broke the zeitgeist. Yes, the second most successful political documentary of all time after behind Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9 11. But I think this movie like that film pulls the curtain back. And the first film that was a puzzlement around Obama, Obama was doing all this stuff that seemed to undermine America and it just seemed, is this man so clueless that he keeps giving away American interests. And so there wasn't a good framework to understand Obama. So I got on the plane, I went to Hawaii, I went to Indonesia, I went to Kenya, sort of discovered the real Obama. And here, this is a movie that's not called 2000 meals. It's not about a person, but it's about a burning issue that is surrounded with a veil of censorship. It's about an issue that's on. It's almost like it's haunting the American mind. And I don't think we can really go forward as a country without learning, perhaps not all the truth, but at least some of the truth. And by truth here I mean, documentable, provable facts about the 2020

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It's time to 'spring forward' this weekend in most of the US

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

It's time to 'spring forward' this weekend in most of the US

"This weekend it's time to spring forward winter may not be done with much of the United States but time marches on before going to bed on Saturday night or Sunday at two AM whatever your local time most of the country will turn their clocks forward one hour to mark the beginning of daylight saving time that saving not savings it means sunrises come later in the morning and it will stay light till later in the evening some places ignore the change including sunny Hawaii most of Arizona Puerto Rico the US Virgin Islands and U. S. Pacific territories in AP nork center for public affairs research poll conducted last fall found most Americans don't even like to switch but they don't agree on which standard should be used forty three percent said they preferred that standard time be used all year while thirty two percent say they prefer daylight saving time I'm Jennifer king

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 US, Japan, South Korea meet in Hawaii to discuss North Korea

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

US, Japan, South Korea meet in Hawaii to discuss North Korea

"Secretary of state John speaking can met with his south Korean and Japanese counterparts to discuss North Korea Lincoln met with Japanese foreign minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and south Korean foreign minister Chung Yeung to discuss the threat posed by the nuclear armed north off to Pyongyang began the year with a series of missile tests all three leaders condemned the recent missile launches and in a joint statement urged North Korea to engage in dialogue Blinken assured North Korea that the US means it no harm we have no hostile intent toward the DPRK we remain open to dialogue without preconditions if Pyongyang chooses that path North Korea has a long history of using publications such as missile or nuclear tests to seek international concessions the

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Obama and the Beach House Loopholes

The Larry Elder Show

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Obama and the Beach House Loopholes

"One more thing about mister Obama building his second mansion in Hawaii. He apparently is trying to retain a seawall that neighbors believe is eroding the beach, I guess he's not too concerned about the beach, and he couldn't be too concerned about global warming or climate change because supposedly climate change is going to cause the waters to rise. He's got two homes right on the water. One for $12.5 million in Martha's Vineyard, and now a multi-million dollar mansion in Hawaii. I mean, I do think at a certain point you've made enough money. Why the long face Barack? You're in Hawaii. On your multi-million dollar property overlooking construction on your new ocean front of state. Well, it seems like his neighbors are angry at him for destroying their beaches. Big green guy, Barack Obama is using a loophole to keep a hundred year old sea wall up, but people say it's eroding their beaches and screwing around with the coastal environment

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Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

"Tribe articles here Pelosi spent over half a million on private jets despite claiming we have a moral obligation to reduce emissions I'll bet 99% of conservative talk show hosts been about 20 minutes on that I won't Exclusive trouble in Paradise scowling Barack Obama inspects the construction of his new multi-million dollar Hawaiian mansion So he's got a mansion in New York excuse me in the Washington mansion of monsters venue Imagine in Chicago and a mansion in Hawaii Because America is an oppressive backwards white dominant society of course He's inspecting the construction of his new multi-million dollar mansion in Hawaii controversial seawall which his neighbors fear will erode the beach line How did he get zoning approval for his beach wall I have a home on a beach They would never prove a beach wall So how did he get the beach wall How do you get the beach wall

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New Jersey and Delaware Democrat Governors Are Lifting Mask Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 3 months ago

New Jersey and Delaware Democrat Governors Are Lifting Mask Mandates

"You see the picture of Barack Obama? His big mansion in Hawaii is being built. He's out there with all the construction workers. Now they have the toughest some of the toughest mask mandates in the world in Hawaii. You know, that is an island nation. They don't want people bringing COVID they say, and they don't want to spread there, they say. So you got to wear your mask. But not if you're Barack Obama. But look at this. Democrat governors are starting to abandon the Biden administration on school mask mandates. Do tell what's happening here. Apparently, the New Jersey and Delaware governors, both Democrats are lifting mask mandates I mean Murphy was a Democrat so ardently for the mandates, he called anyone who opposed them knuckleheads. But now, looks like Murphy's cave in like a he's folding like a cheap camera.

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US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water

"The the the the navy navy navy navy is is is is working working working working to to to to contain contain contain contain the the the the crisis crisis crisis crisis in in in in Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii after after after after jet jet jet jet fuel fuel fuel fuel leak leak leak leak from from from from an an an an eighty eighty eighty eighty year year year year old old old old tank tank tank tank farm farm farm farm polluting polluting polluting polluting drinking drinking drinking drinking water water water water in in in in military military military military housing housing housing housing I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details the the the the fuel fuel fuel fuel storage storage storage storage installations installations installations installations existence existence existence existence was was was was a a a a secret secret secret secret for for for for years years years years hidden hidden hidden hidden inside inside inside inside a a a a mountain mountain mountain mountain ridge ridge ridge ridge overlooking overlooking overlooking overlooking Pearl Pearl Pearl Pearl Harbor Harbor Harbor Harbor it's it's it's it's provided provided provided provided fuel fuel fuel fuel to to to to military military military military ships ships ships ships and and and and planes planes planes planes since since since since World World World World War War War War two two two two but but but but late late late late last last last last year year year year jet jet jet jet fuel fuel fuel fuel seeped seeped seeped seeped into into into into a a a a well well well well and and and and then then then then started started started started showing showing showing showing up up up up in in in in tap tap tap tap water water water water in in in in pearl pearl pearl pearl harbors harbors harbors harbors military military military military housing housing housing housing since since since since November November November November military military military military medical medical medical medical teams teams teams teams have have have have examined examined examined examined more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred people people people people complaining complaining complaining complaining of of of of symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms including including including including nausea nausea nausea nausea and and and and rashes rashes rashes rashes the the the the navy navy navy navy has has has has spent spent spent spent more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars to to to to address address address address the the the the problem problem problem problem but but but but it it it it hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't yet yet yet yet been been been been solved solved solved solved and and and and it's it's it's it's currently currently currently currently housing housing housing housing four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand affected affected affected affected families families families families in in in in hotels hotels hotels hotels I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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William Federer Shares the Story of Adoniram Judson

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

William Federer Shares the Story of Adoniram Judson

"Talking to Bill, Federer Bill, you just shared an amazing story about the hero, the missionary, adoniram judson. I did not know the story that you just told that he had become an atheist. And then the man who led him into atheism took his own life within a few feet of judson. I mean, you can't make that one up. No, it's powerful story. Do you want to become a missionary? He was the first foreign missionary to India, but really to Burma. And started a missionary movement in the early 1800s called a haystack revival and 5000 young people went out to missionaries around the world. Hawaii, the Caribbean. It was sort of like all the woke energy today. Imagine that being harnessed to go around the world and spread the gospel and start schools and start mission orphanages and medical clinics. And it changed the world. Unfortunately, that young person and energy is harnessed for the destruction right now. Anyway, so Timothy Dwight, during this time, he takes over as president of Yale. And from some reports, there's like no professing Christians in the student body, which is only a couple hundred students. And rather than him sitting his ivory office, he would come down at the lunch table. And he would listen to the students, say all their skeptical stuff. And after he would listen patiently, he would say, okay, I listen to you. Now you listen to me. And one by one, he would refute every one of their arguments. So much so that within a few years, virtually the entire student body became Christian again and a good percentage of the students went on to become ministers and missionaries themselves.

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Ford recalls 200K cars because brake lights can stay on

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Ford recalls 200K cars because brake lights can stay on

"Ford Ford Ford Ford has has has has issued issued issued issued a a a a recall recall recall recall over over over over problems problems problems problems with with with with clutches clutches clutches clutches and and and and brake brake brake brake lights lights lights lights Ford Ford Ford Ford Motor Motor Motor Motor Company Company Company Company is is is is recalling recalling recalling recalling about about about about two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand cars cars cars cars in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the recall recall recall recall affects affects affects affects some some some some two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand and and and and fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen and and and and two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen Ford Ford Ford Ford fusion fusion fusion fusion models models models models the the the the Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln MKZ MKZ MKZ MKZ and and and and two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen Mustangs Mustangs Mustangs Mustangs the the the the cars cars cars cars were were were were sold sold sold sold in in in in southern southern southern southern states states states states from from from from Texas Texas Texas Texas to to to to Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia and and and and Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii in in in in areas areas areas areas with with with with high high high high temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures and and and and humidity humidity humidity humidity a a a a rubber rubber rubber rubber brake brake brake brake pedal pedal pedal pedal park park park park can can can can reportedly reportedly reportedly reportedly disintegrate disintegrate disintegrate disintegrate keeping keeping keeping keeping the the the the lights lights lights lights from from from from turning turning turning turning often often often often confusing confusing confusing confusing other other other other drivers drivers drivers drivers and and and and drivers drivers drivers drivers with with with with automatic automatic automatic automatic transmissions transmissions transmissions transmissions can can can can shift shift shift shift out out out out of of of of park park park park gear gear gear gear without without without without having having having having their their their their foot foot foot foot on on on on the the the the brake brake brake brake when when when when the the the the clutch clutch clutch clutch pedal pedal pedal pedal bumpers bumpers bumpers bumpers lose lose lose lose their their their their integrity integrity integrity integrity owners owners owners owners can can can can take take take take their their their their vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles to to to to a a a a dealer dealer dealer dealer for for for for a a a a replacement replacement replacement replacement I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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New York to implement indoor mask mandate for public places

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

New York to implement indoor mask mandate for public places

"New new York's York's governors governors imposing imposing a a mask mask mandate mandate for for indoor indoor public public places places I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest facing facing a a winner winner surging surging covert covert nineteen nineteen infections infections New New York York governor governor Kathy Kathy Hochul Hochul says says masks masks will will be be required required in in all all indoor indoor public public places places unless unless the the businesses businesses or or venues venues implement implement a a vaccine vaccine requirement requirement local local says says the the decision decision is is based based on on the the state's state's seven seven day day case case rate rate and and an an increase increase in in hospitalizations hospitalizations the the mask mask mandate mandate applies applies to to both both patrons patrons and and staff staff and and will will be be in in effect effect from from December December thirteenth thirteenth that's that's Monday Monday through through January January fifteenth fifteenth at at which which point point it it will will be be re re evaluated evaluated several several other other states states already already have have mask mask mandates mandates those those include include Washington Washington Oregon Oregon Illinois Illinois New New Mexico Mexico Nevada Nevada and and Hawaii Hawaii I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Monsanto to plead guilty to illegal pesticide use in Hawaii

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Monsanto to plead guilty to illegal pesticide use in Hawaii

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting Monsanto Monsanto will will plead plead guilty guilty to to illegal illegal pesticide pesticide use use in in Hawaii Hawaii the the agrochemical agrochemical company company Monsanto Monsanto has has agreed agreed to to plead plead guilty guilty to to illegally illegally using using and and storing storing pesticides pesticides in in Hawaii Hawaii on on Santa Santa will will pay pay twelve twelve million million dollars dollars in in fines fines in in a a court court filing filing one one sent sent to to agreed agreed to to plead plead guilty guilty to to thirty thirty environmental environmental crimes crimes workers workers were were allowed allowed to to go go to to corn corn fields fields on on a a wall wall who who last last year year after after the the glufosinate glufosinate ammonium ammonium based based product product forfeit forfeit two two eighty eighty was was sprayed sprayed on on fields fields under under federal federal law law people people cannot cannot enter enter areas areas where where the the chemical chemical is is sprayed sprayed within within six six days days of of application application on on Santa Santa will will also also plead plead guilty guilty to to two two felony felony crimes crimes related related to to the the storage storage of of a a banned banned chemical chemical on on Maui Maui hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi

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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 6 months ago

Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

"Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief of the army and baby, I have directed an all measures be taken for the battle. Remember the character of the unsolved against us. I asked congressman clown a state of war between the United States and the Japanese empire. The speech is really good. And it said a lot about who we were as a nation, what we were willing to do to defend the homeland.

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:08 min | 8 months ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Navigate time and best time of year or best day of the year to be unaware. Who all here around really. Because the summer months have something different as the the winter months likely mentioned before in the winter months you can see will which is a beautiful fight to see. We have actually seen multiple will also like mother and calf that swimming along the coast. But if we would have to take we would say that. The spring one's our favorite munson waku. It's not too hot yet. At least on the windward coast the rain isn't as much as the wintertime. And you have looked beautiful sunny days and since the rain season has just stopped the entire winter coast is completely green yet and all of the plants are healed with life yet just up now when recording this in september or just stopped in the spring when we're talking about during the winter months and that's when it will rain the most on the island win so the spring months our favorite terrific any particular day of the year or festival for instance that we ought to be in hawaii for so when we were living there. It was the kobe time so they were really. Yeah but i know that they do a lay festival and we really wanted to go to that so if we were going back we would try to schedule when the lay festival comes in. I believe that is in may. May i each year. May i have a lay day and for those who do not know. Allay is that iconic flower garland of hawaii and day. What it usually as. It's a really big events on a cool. We dick about lay day. It was extremely small because of covert. But you will people will make leith you also get the opportunity can make one and it supposedly beautiful flower festival as we get to our. Wrap up questions. This is going to be the hardest one you were standing in the prettiest spot in all of a wa who we're standing on. What are you looking at versus. All those uglier is one. No i think the one spot that comes to mind that will be on the southeast side of a walk who actually called the kyri shoreline that whole corner. There is beautiful. So if i have to name but it would be on the top of the markup boo lighthouse trill jeff because the entire coast is made of that black law. Rock is extremely dramatic with that beautiful blue ocean crashing onto the rocks gorgeous. Excellent dinnie different answer. I think that in my favorite spot would be at the county. Oh hey sandbar standing in the middle and you're looking back out over the bay and the mountain range. That's when you really say i'm in hawaii. Will you say the mountain range there. And i think that nikki you were comparing this to jurassic park..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"But we're going recommend that you either stop by to get an ice cream or not. Stop at all. It always very packed and for me. It feels like a fruit amusement park. You say the bed way. I get a dole. Whip is really the only question breath and of course the is delicious on hawaii but we haven't alternative dole plantation okay. So if you like history you are going to want to go to the plantation village. And what this is. They have these old houses that the old plantation workers used to live in so they'll have houses from people who moved there from china from japan. Even puerto rico all these different places all these different groups of people that you can learn about how they lived and how that shapes the hawaiian culture because many of those immigrants stayed there and lived on the island. And so it's called the hawaii plantation village. Excellent a lot of the actual plantations for pineapple of there really isn't a lot of pineapple grown on the island as much anymore as there used to be a lot of that went to the philippines because of labor being a lot cheaper but it was a very critical portion of the history of hawaii and very much tied in with the way you were talking about before with the polynesian history and y hawaii became a state and all of the the power of the plantation owners. And things like that you. We saw the bishop museum so so from here. We're going to go to the most lease talked about part of the island. But we think it's a part that you should miss and that's going to be the west side of awas who so the reason you should go to. The west side is mainly just for its beaches beauty. There's a different mountain range here. Called the wine. I mountain range. There's all of these things that you can find there that you can have adventured with little to no people. Yes and they would say that the hike you cannot miss on the west side is called katerina. Point is at the corner of the island. You can say it's literally rather Ends and that's where you will find that..

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"hawaii" Discussed on Work In Progress

Work In Progress

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"hawaii" Discussed on Work In Progress

"You're listening to work in progress. I'm ramona's editor and chief of working nation. Work in progress explores the rapidly changing workplace through conversations with innovators educators and decision makers people with solutions to today's workforce challenges are focused. Today is the state of work in the state of hawaii. It's my pleasure to welcome governor. David ige to the work in progress. Podcasts governor thank you so much for joining us alot. Hi you for having me. I'd love to get a little picture. Where the state has been in the last year what happened during covert and where we are now and then we'll go from there about efforts to connect out of work hawaiians with jobs absolutely ramona. I appreciate this opportunity at the end of twenty nineteen. We were having our seventh record year of visit our rivals here in the state. Our economy was doing very well. Our unemployment rate was amongst the lowest in the country. We were out about two point. Four percent unemployed which as you know is virtual virtually full employment. We were looking forward to great things after coming through the great recession and really we felt that things were hitting our stride. We were able to get southwest airlines to begin service to the state which was a you know a ten year project to expand seek capacity to the islands and things were looking up then the pandemic kit and clearly. The most difficult decision i had to make was the decision to order a mandatory quarantine for all incoming traveller to the state and essentially we went from the lowest unemployment rate in the country. Two point four percent to the highest unemployment rate in the country exceeding twenty two percent in a matter of four to six weeks we were closing a hotels and closing businesses through that first six weeks in the pandemic you know we were asking visitors not to come to the islands to postpone trips and vacations because we wanted to ensure that we could keep our community healthy. And safe certainly. That was a very difficult time. Guess eighteen months ago right now. So that shows how dependent on tourism. -ly beautiful beautiful state of beautiful place to visit but it's not a diverse workforce. It's not a in the terms of type of industry and jobs now that you're coming back. I know you're eight point one percent unemployment so that you cut it in half. So are those jobs all back into the tourism industry right now. Not all of them and You know we clearly wanted to look for opportunities for upskilling and retraining. We worked with our community colleges in our.

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"hawaii" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"hawaii" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"Welcome to another episode parts now known season five episode seven almost done with season five. This week was the hawaii episode. I don't know how much we're going to have to talk about. Just because kind of covered some of it in the hawaii trip recap kind of. I feel like i mean not really. But you know it's kind of similar kind of a few themes that got touched on three and four times you know about like what does it mean to be hawaiian. You know and then like you. I don't know if you got this. But there was always like a little bit of like they would say one thing and he would like press him and they'd be like well. Yeah like you gotta be away in like you know what i mean. Salary sanit right sure was trying to do it like a like a real hawaii easy tulsi. She's from hawaii. That's funny down everybody. We cancel me. Can't yet political podcasts. But you know it's like some of the is in your blood and then but then also but you can be basically you're not trying to rape the land but that was like the nuanced dancer that you would get after pressing him. Because i feel like it i. It's really like yeah man like you're either from here..

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"hawaii" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"All 24-hour spending money like crazy. I'm giving Zach shomler a house myself and buying myself a house and buy myself a farm, probably in Hawaii. And I spent so much money to help people. I'd be like, I don't, I can't believe Jeff Bezos. Do anything to help? He gives away like trivial tiny amounts of money. Like, but baseless really wanted to He could end world hunger, he could let you so much and he doesn't. And it's like why don't what is Jeff Bezos need more money for. So he gets a big swing indicative like waves around. Like, look what I got. I don't get, I don't understand. I get I get greed to some degree like I want a house, I want a backyard, I want dogs. I want I want to provide a good life for my kids like I I get that once your basic needs, you want, you have a house and paid off and you have like enough money for a boat and you have kids, it's like some point. Don't you reach enough where like I don't need more I certainly am hopefully going to reach a point where I'm like, I don't need more and then I'm going to give away lots of money and help people in the community and do stuff like that. I'm years away from that, but hopefully, I want to have a house some day, like, in twenty years, maybe I'll sneak my house. And then the money I was spending on my mortgage all spend to donate to this. I mean, I really have a heart for that Alex Honnold the mountain climber, who lives in a van gives away a third of his income every year to donate. And I would love to, like, I think we're so cool to buy a house and then rent it out and use the prophet not to use, not to use the profit from the rental to give to myself, but to use it to put in a, a fund and then go to like Africa and build a well, or build solar panels. I mean, I'd love to use that and I just, I want to help people if I can. And I'm not there yet, I'm still kind of Getting By, but man, I, it's such a thing that I care about. And so, if I, if I had Jeff bezos's, bunny for a day, I am dude, I am doing so much. I'm spending that money so quickly to change the world and I just can't. It's it's unfathomable to me. I'd love to interview Jeff Bezos. Like what the hell are you doing for money? Like, what's your plans? Yes. Hoarding money for like no reason. When you could do so much to help the world if you wanted to, I just don't get it. I don't understand two questions, left, Alex, right since Alex says, hey Zack, I know you are a big fan of the MLB, but you are a fan of baseball, your dang, right? The MLB has had a big problem with many pictures throughout the league using foreign substances. My question to you is, if you were able to become commissioner, which you would be better, which you would be a better one than Manfred. Yeah, it would, how would you respond and or fix such a huge Scandal? That is becoming larger and larger in the MLB as always. Thank you for all you do for us..

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"hawaii" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"At a live event it feels weird. People around your like what what is this guy doing job? Now, would you as media? I did the XFL games from the Press Box. They invited me to the Press Box. I got to take notes there when your media it's fine. But when you're a person going to a game, I would want to take notes and and then I felt weird. Like, I went to Cincinnati to watch Tom. Brady, play the Patriots and Tom Brady, his final year in New England, watched him play in Cincinnati. December 2019. And it was I was taking notes and it was a little bit weird. There were people like now I can handle it, I don't really care, but I just, I know that I'm an introvert. I don't like crowds very much doubt. I think the best way to watch football is at home, you can mute the commercials. There's, there's a lot of wasted time when you go to a game if you think about like, hey, I've ten hours today to watch games and I cover the antenna from a really, you know, I A 10,000 feet away like a whole, I cover the whole league at once and so if I go to one game that's six hours of my life, probably between Transit and food and this change that. So I miss out on other games and I waste a lot of my day where I got and then try to watch other games and then cover them the next day, it's possible. So now, I will say in 2002, I would like to go to the Midwest probably cuz it's all so close together and get an Airbnb. Make that my, you know, my mobile command center will call it cuz the fun marketing term and record content on-the-go and say, hey, I'm just, I'm going to sacrifice this week. I'm going to this game. I want to do that someday, and I'll do a record podcast from an Airbnb. Some day, I got a pretty good mobile set up now. Back to use it in Hawaii, and then I was so busy moving and I'm not recording anything there. But for the most part, I don't have. I'm not that interested in going to games. I think it's better to watch games from home if you're trying to cover them. But I will see, I'm open to the idea. Will I go to any Hawaii games? Yeah, I will go to one or two. I got offered to work on the sidelines and I said, No Doubt cuz I look, it's just not, it's not what I want to do. I want to sit home and watch, Alabama, play Oklahoma..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Is definitely on. My list sounds awesome. We'll finally i hate that. My co-host isn't here. Because he is a linguistics person. He actually has a youtube channel called the language tutor. So i want to know what are some hawaiian words that we need to know for visit. Okay we'll start off with an easy one. Okay i'll start off with the word. Aloha okay has many meanings. It can be used as a greeting. You'll hear people say hello. It could be referred to as love we say with aloha with loves. You'll hear that throughout hawaii and you know another another word that you'll hear a lot of if someone is a local person personnel lives in hawaii. They're called a come on come. I know and it's funny as hawaii. It sounds like a complex language. But there's actually only twelve letters and why their vowels So a little a little hint is if you see two battles you pronounce to battles. And it's a very phonetic language in the sounds of a statement hawaiian as they are in spanish. So it's a rule. So now i'm going to tell you what the state fishes which is the normal monico wa. Wow how'd you like that one there goodness it is. I'll fall but yeah so that that is the state fish. You may hear that. There's actually even a restaurant in maui. It's funny used to be called the Cooper wa and then they renamed s hulu because it was harder for people to pronounce the entire name. Akin imagine trying to spell that. Yeah yeah. it's very phonetic phonetic and they mentioned a local person is come on us. We say a visitor is called a malaysiakini demolish akini in one word. That i did wanna share is that it's it's really important word right now as we You know as a destination is and the word malamah. I think you'll hear more. And more now in hawaii malumba care to care of each other of our cells of the aina are of the land and i think all of us right after everything. We've gone through these past. You know over twelve months has really reminded us all the importance of taking care of ourselves in each other in hawaii of course of the land and to travel mindfully. You know while you're in the islands and the last word that you will hear a lot of that. I wanna share as well as mahalo and mahalo in hawaiian means. Thank you so you will hear that throughout and you can definitely feel free to use that throughout the islands with people at hotels or people that are serving restaurants or activity partners. You can definitely share with them Mahalo which means thank you. Perfect will mahalo robyn. Thank you so much for being on the show with us. We appreciate your time l. It's my absolute pleasure and we hope to see everybody out and hawaiian islands. Hawaii is been an eager to welcome everyone to those beautiful.

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"You had a beautiful hawaiian feast while you're watching incredible entertainment. It really tells the story of the history and culture of hawaii all done with the back ocean backdrop at sunset. So a luau is absolutely must. Do you think the polynesian cultural center for first time is something that is absolutely recommended and then i do also two other things. Hawaii volcanoes national park on the island of hawaii is amazing There's over a hundred and fifty miles of hiking trails and just to see the impact of the two thousand and eighteen flow. That really got a lot of bliss. Ity which added over nine hundred acres of land to the island of hawaii. It is just something amazing and magical to see. I got to see this when i was there in march and i tell you. It is spectacular. The park rangers are there. They can give you the lay of the land in Experiencing natural phenomenon. And the last thing i would say is the nepali coast on the northwest side of the island of kawai. It is one of the most you know spectacular coastline. You will ever see. It's only available by hiking by boat or by helicopter so to see nepali by boat or by helicopter is absolutely a bucket list experience. That all sounds amazing. So in your experience would have some fun activities. That first time visitors often miss that. They may want to consider you know. I think i think sometimes people are so concerned with you. Know maybe some of those bucket list experiences like you know the volcanoes national park in nepali. I think people sometimes miss out on you. Know some of the some of the other kinds of activities like you know even even going to a zoo earn aquarium so in. Honolulu has a great sue. The auto lulu zoo. They have an aquarium. There's an amazing aquarium maui. As well the maui ocean center. It is absolutely spectacular. I also think you know getting out driving in exploring at their leisure. You know most of our visitors rent cars in hawaii. It is a wonderful way to relate experience the destination at your leisure at your pace Like stop and pack a picnic lunch. It just really enjoy the islands. And that could be driving on a walk up to the north shore and taking your time and sobbing little beaches along the way or doing the scenic road to hana on maui and and taking in the beautiful waterfalls in stopping gets banana bread. You know along the way but really just you know just exploring the destination in the same thing to getting out of the hotels to dine you know going. To some of the mom and pop restaurants the snack shacks you know the local spots on the noodle shops you know is really such a great way to really enjoy the food the culture and the local people and even hiking us so much of what you can experience hawaii is free and you still can take in the natural beauty and there's so many different types.

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"I call them little pillows of heaven and they're these incredibly freshly made like literally made to order donuts and there's a couple of different kyon so they are. You can get like the plane. The plane donut like fresh. Outta the friar nice area me inside and then you can. My favorite is covered with cinnamon sugar. But they do have some. That's powdered sugar. They have some plain the even have some words. Some failing so i've had H chocolate custard filling which is delicious in also very unique. They have a how pia and help. He is coconut managed. New amazing hat. Donut right out of the fryer filled with coconut custard. So mollison is absolutely amazing. You can get them a lot of different places. One of the most famous places to get that is at leonard's bakery on the island of a walk who just in the outskirts of waikiki. So if you're heading to the north shore driving around the island that is always many people's first stop on their journey. Another thing. that is amazing. Is shave ice. So it's kind of like a hawaiian snow cone tons of different flavors. To choose frommatt can do lots of combinations and some people even add on condensed milk on lots of different ways. You can do that you can get. Shave is a lot of places. One of my favorites is matsumoto's with up on the north shore of a wobble usually has quite a line. But it's one of those iconic places to enjoy a lovely cool treat on a nice sunny afternoon also the shrimp trucks on the north shore. Garlic shrimp so these. These trucks are parked right outside of the shrimp farms. You cannot get the shrimp any fresher. You go up to the truck and they usually have these plates of garlic shrimp some rice little slice of pineapple. And you've never had fresher shrimp though usually add on or have available so wonderful fresh corn on the cob which they get from the farms coup which is on the north shore of a walk. And i would also be remiss. If i don't mention the dole whip okay so the dole pineapple plantation on north shore has the most amazing dole. Whip this kind of you know kind of ice see huster just is one of the most incredibly refreshing lovely truly kind of hawaii type experiences that you can have throughout the islands in you. Can you can enjoy those at. I've seen them throughout the islands that you wanna get the authentic one at the dole. Eichel plantation that's on the island of a waku so one thing to what's very popular in hawaii is the concept of the plate lunch and the plate. Lunch is you know Typically consists of a protein so it can be anything from muhima heat to calvi ribs or a hamburger steak. Two scoops of rice in a scoop. Macaroni salad basically enough to feed a small village on and that actually comes from the history and the culture of the plantation era is when they started to grow crops throughout the islands. They needed people to come and to to work. These plantations so people came from all over the world from korea from china from portugal from puerto rico. And they live on these plantations. What they did is. They shared their food and know with with their You know the people that live with them on the plantation in so this is actually from that plantation era. That people all had these wonderful plate lunches so you'll find throughout the island and there's a variety of like you said you can customize with your own protein but it's a wonderful way to really get a taste of the culture throughout the islands..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Really learn from some incredibly wonderfully warm and smart local people about the traditions that make hawaii the really special place that it is fantastic. We'll can you tell us about some of the fun and unique family friendly hotels and resorts only islands at not. Give not taking anything away from your marriott's in your hiltons of the worlds of the world. Just some fun and unique places sure. Of course i mean the great thing about hawaii is that it is such a family friendly destination and they're so many hotels and resorts that are just such a great fit for families you know. Of course i can't. I would be remiss. If i didn't talk a little bit about the disney owl lani resort but of course you know families and kids are crazy about disney and it's on the west side of the island of law. Who and what i love is that you know it's more hawaii than it is disney. So say it's it's a. It's a hawaiian resort. Infused fused with disney magic when disney came in a really. You know were so conscious about infusing. The hawaiian culture at every point. So not only does it sit on a beautiful cove beach and you know they're going to be starting up now again. The the character breakfast. And you know you got you got Mickey in an aloha shirt in minne- in her mutlu. And you know they these wonderful of scavenger hunts around the property but it it really is a special place. They have larger unit which are really great for families. And of course you know all that all that disney magic that they're that they're so well known for and then beyond that there's a lot of a lot of people don't realize that there's a lot of wonderful condominium products throughout the islands that are such a great fit for families because you do get all the benefits of kind of condos Condo type living where you have to separate living and sleeping areas you have the full kitchen you have the washer and dryer so it does make it convenient right for families..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"An incredible experience that will will bring to life everything on looking for an and i think it's great if clients do have a little bit more time depending on where they're coming from you know if you have at least like ten days you could definitely do to islands and i think that that is a wonderful thing for families to do because you do get to very different experiences in one vacation and You know if you're staying longer you can even add on another island. But i think you know it's really kind of seeking about what experience you really want to kind of really trying to match with the right island or island combination. That has those types of experiences. Doesn't want wrong answer to that question. That is absolutely. It's such an individual choice. Honestly it's so funny people ask me. What my favorite island is you know. Every time i returned to hawaii refala love with an island in it. And it's not. What my favorite is. It's really it's such an individual choice and if you ask a hundred people in a room everybody would have a different answer because it's a very personal choice absolutely well you know. Adding cultural components to vacations continues to be popular especially for families but what are some landmarks that families can visit to learn more. About hawaii's unique history and know pearl harbor is one place. I've always wanted to yes. It's absolutely amazing. And that's what i love about hawaii. I mean in addition to having you know a beautiful warm weather. Tropical destination with so much to explore has got just this incredible very unique special history from the polynesian cultures. You know the polynesian navigators to hawaii this wonderful polynesian heritage. You've got you know the only state that was once a kingdom right. You have this. This royalty the history of the elite and of course the us history. Like as you mentioned you know with with pearl harbor in the arizona memorial so there's so many wonderful historical and educational opportunities for families. And of course you know visiting the arizona memorial at pearl harbor is is something that is always on my must do lists not only just for families but for any travelers so incredibly moving and there's so much to explore in when you go to the museum and visitor center are about five years ago. They did a beautiful expansion. So when you get there you can actually do in audio tour so you. You buy the headsets. And it really gives you the history and culture as you explore all these incredible exhibits that really shine light on kind of what led up to world war two in in what happened during and after the fact so beautiful exhibits and then you have the opportunity to watch an incredible documentary film with actual footage from from the japanese. That is just. I've seen it so many times instill it's incredibly moving. And then you get to board a navy boat you out to the memorial where you're literally on the memorial..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"So you've got beautiful resort areas and beaches close to wonderful you know dining options and lots of great activities but a beautiful remote upcountry area. That's just you know a shortcut a stone's throw away so you can kind of choose to be as busy or is relaxed. You know as you want on the island on maui and then candidate of the four major islands which we're going to focus on is of course the island of hawaii and that one's nicknamed the big island and that's because it is by far the largest twice the size of all the other islands combined. It's about the size of the state of connecticut. And you know it's really interesting island. I would describe it as diverse. You know you've got you know this incredibly large island on the west side where it's dry. Arid almost desert like you start to drive to the east side of the island in you. See hundred and seventy five thousand acre cattle ranch. And you see macadamia nut farms. And then you see you know. Incredible rainforests waterfalls a snow. Capped mountain amid an active volcano. Just a couple hours drive but the diversity is absolutely amazing and of course it's most known for the the volcano which is an absolutely incredible things to experience. But there's so much more you know beyond the volcano and and people that tend to love this island are people that really are kind of the active adventurous ones. That really had this wonderful curiosity about history and culture about really wanting to take advantage of unusual adventures that they can't find anywhere else and people love this island because you can actually spend slip. Their stay in spend time on the east in the west really having almost many trips within their vacation. So so that's that's really what what draws people to to the wii so with all of that personality for families that are planning their first visit. How do you recommend selecting which island or islands to visit on their trip. The data's an interesting part you know. It's you know what i would do. It's really kind of just understanding a little bit of the dynamics and you need make personalities and kind of determining you know what is it that you really want you know some people say oh. I love being on a wall or waikiki. 'cause there's so much to do right so if i wanna have tons of different dining and shopping i wanna have you know the detroit. They're able to go surfing and help on an outrigger canoe and have access to all that you know might want something like you know like a wall who steam waikiki. But if it's like oh you know what i love. You know outdoor natural beauty. And i want to hike and i wanna do a tv rides zip-lining and kind of more of a relaxed type thing than kawhi might be something that people are more interested in so it's really doing a little bit of research talking to the travel advisor kind of really talking about how can i. How can i put together..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Robin leads the development and execution of h the sales and marketing strategy zan to promote travel trade growth from the united states. Her responsibilities include managing the organization's travel trade training leading content development of sales and marketing assets and representing the hawaii visitor and convention bureau. At key trade shows industry meetings and seminars. She ever sees the. Us travel trade team and in conjunction with hp cb's marketing team drives initiatives intended to create an enable conversion of demand for their hawaiian islands. Robin joined the in two thousand eight and has over twenty eight years of experience in the travel industry and over twenty years concentrated on selling hawaii robin. Welcome to the show. Hi i'm so happy to be here with you. We're excited so can do you mind starting us off by talking a little bit about the personality of each island for for people who've never been and are thinking about visiting hawaii and you just kind of talk about the islands and the different personalities they have sure would love to and that is one of my absolute favorite things in those unique things about hawaii as that each island is so unique and does really have its own unique personality and and i i actually describe it oftentimes as a family so if if the parents have six kids will god bless them right if they have six but they do have six children you love them all equally but you love them for their own uniqueness and that's that's truly how i feel about um hawaii in great because they are so unique in different you know you can have a multi island experience that the berries as you travel island to island and so you know if i had to kind of kind of give a perspective on the island of hawaii kind of paint the picture you know. It's it's the oldest. It's the northernmost island you know absolutely known for its natural beauty with over. Fifty movies filmed honest island. Knowing going back to the jurassic park fifty first dates mighty joe young. You know just to name..

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"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"hawaii" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Beautiful year round weather stemming sunsets legendary beaches and the aloha spirit. Why is the subject of today's family. Vacationer episode forty four and it starts now. Welcome to the family. Vacation are with robin. Danny podcasts families on the move. Hey friends rob here. I'm flying solo when episode forty four the family vacationer do us a huge favor. If you like the show please give us a good review wherever you listen to your podcast. Also we'd love reader. Join us on instagram. Facebook and youtube. So today we're continuing our series on the bucket list travel destinations with a look at the fiftieth state in the union hawaii. So when you think of bucket lists vacations. Hawaii is at the top of a lot of lists and why not what's not to like sandy beaches warm ocean water and that distinct in fascinating culture that sure to captivate the imagination of adults and children alike the lush and rugged mountain terrains and picture perfect beaches or just a few of the reasons that hollywood continues to film on the islands..

"hawaii" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"hawaii" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"So the Hawaii fire department will be there the university of Hawaii department of business and economic development department of land natural resources, the state of Hawaii office of aerospace. Velopment Santer national land and resources command may schools just name a few why coffee as well. And of course, we'll have to see ta members precision Hawkin DJ attendants. Are are you folks? The only ones from the mainland that have come over. And everybody else is sort of the local the local community of Joan. Enthusiasts or departments that are actually very interested in using Jones. So it's it's mostly a combination of all of those three right? So the only to mainland companies would be precision hawk in that. And that's great. Because the like I said the goal of this is to showcase the benefits of technology in the state of Hawaii, and what better way than to showcase how it's already being used in the plans at these departments and these organizations have for drones for the future and the need for innovation friendly legislation. So that these these goals can thrive the these technological achievements. Can be made. No, I know you mentioned that the Hawaii is publicly one of the states that introduced the most amount of drone legislation. And oftentimes it is public more in the area of preventing the use of Jones as opposed to promoting the use of Jones. What would you consider to be sort of good legislation that the might be introduced? One good legislative measure is a preemptive measure. So I think I touched on it earlier a tangled web of regulations in how dangerous that can be difficult for a drone operators. So we've seen this and other states where different localities cities can have their own regulations and laws about the operational restrictions for drones again well intention, but what happens is if you have a state with different cities and counties have different, you know, altitudes and places that drones can fly can make it impossible for commercial or recreational users to know how to safely operate so one good legislative measure. Our lawmakers can do is to adopt a local preemption to say that localities can't enact their own drone ordinances regarding operation. Do you? See a win. There will be the ability to actually track where all the Jones might be potentially flying in the air in real. Time. Absolutely. We don't necessarily want to go down that path and be able to actually track because we need to be mindful of, you know, big government, and sort of, you know, big brother. So we need to be mindful of the privacy of the drone operators themselves. But one initiative that we worked on with the FAA was the remote identification rulemaking committee. And so we're waiting for a rule to come out, which is going to require most operators airspace to actually have an electronic license plate, and that's going to solve a lot of the local concerns and allow local governments to enforce local laws in place because one of the big problems right now is you see a drone operating somewhere where it shouldn't be. But you don't know who that drone operators, and you can't go after them and enforce local laws. The ones we have this in place. We'll solve a lot of those problems and not need these new legislation. So real quickly in the last couple of thirty six that we have work and people find out more about the precision hawk precision dot com and donors dot IO. And the. 'then C dot attack. And of course, you want to share about the the the Joan day at the capitol Schorr the trend at the capitol will be tomorrow from ten thirty AM to one PM. So anybody interested that might be wanting to learn perhaps about the some policies, and and the Joan activity in Hawaii they can come on down to the capital and check it out. Sure. Well, thanks, Nathan trail is with the consumer Technology Association. And Diana Cooper is the senior vice president of policy over at precision talk. When a thank you both for joining us today. Thank you so much for having us for having us. And what thank you for listening to bite marks. Cafe join us next week when we will talk about the sustainability mobility lab, if you miss.

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