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2012-11-29 11:22:44 AM
I don't know, I don't know, I don't know where Ima gonna go when the volcano blows.
 
2012-11-29 11:38:12 AM
Lava first started flowing into the ocean on November 25.

As someone who returned from his first-ever Hawaii vacation (including a helicopter tour over the lava field) on November 24, I am not getting a kick out of Pele's timing.
 
2012-11-29 02:34:26 PM

Ivo Shandor: Lava first started flowing into the ocean on November 25.

As someone who returned from his first-ever Hawaii vacation (including a helicopter tour over the lava field) on November 24, I am not getting a kick out of Pele's timing.


I was flying as an air crewman in a Chinook near Volcanoes National Park, and we hit a thermal that raised us 1,000 feet in about six seconds, and almost stalled our engines (2 x 3,900 horsepower). That was an eventful flight, as when we were heading back to Oahu, we were overflying a macadamia nut grove, and must have overflown someone's pakalolo patch, as they shot a hole in one of our rotor blades. Good times.
 
2012-11-29 04:42:11 PM
Hot Stuff!
 
2012-11-29 04:57:30 PM
"Barry Periatt, a plans and operations officer for Hawaii County's Civil Defense Agency, said none of Honolulu's communities on the island of Oahu are in any danger from the lava flow. "

Good to know that Honolulu is safe from a lava flow that has 216 miles of water between them. Seriously? This was asked?
 
Al!
2012-11-29 07:08:20 PM

Groink: "Barry Periatt, a plans and operations officer for Hawaii County's Civil Defense Agency, said none of Honolulu's communities on the island of Oahu are in any danger from the lava flow. "

Good to know that Honolulu is safe from a lava flow that has 216 miles of water between them. Seriously? This was asked?


On a related note, I am happy to announce that there was no damage reported in Rapid City, South Dakota resulting from last years devastating tsunami, and the Moon is reportedly "A OK" following the recent rioting and violence in Egypt.
 
2012-11-30 06:22:57 AM

Al!: Groink: "Barry Periatt, a plans and operations officer for Hawaii County's Civil Defense Agency, said none of Honolulu's communities on the island of Oahu are in any danger from the lava flow. "

Good to know that Honolulu is safe from a lava flow that has 216 miles of water between them. Seriously? This was asked?

On a related note, I am happy to announce that there was no damage reported in Rapid City, South Dakota resulting from last years devastating tsunami, and the Moon is reportedly "A OK" following the recent rioting and violence in Egypt.



don't forget to pray for Omarion
 
2012-12-03 01:30:47 AM

BalugaJoe: Hot Stuff!


Cool, but scary.
 
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