its about time we had a storm somewhere, the record hurricane seasons predicted for the last 2 yrs has got us naming west texas dust storms just so we could name something.maybe global warming prevents hurricanes, or maybe the dems in congress are keeping us all safe from them.
Umm, it looks to me like the only island seriously affected is the "big island", and the tourism trade there is pretty minimal.
Surf's up, dude...here, hold my beer and watch this.
At least all the vacationers got those great "Hurricane Season Package Deals"....though it does suck for them, that is the chance they took, right?
Not much different than a rainy day here. Small storms like this one move through in a day or so. They get rain there a lot anyway.
I wonder if they are selling"My Dad cheaped out and booked us a family vacation to Hawaii during hurricane season and all I got was this 'I survived Tropical Storm Flossie' t-shirt"?
I think all the islands will be affected. The small islands are very vulnerable to large waves and stuff from the storm. I remember a few days ago, they guessed (or prayed) that it would miss.
10:32 - did all the praying help? The storm hit some and missed others. Do we assume that the ones hit are bad people and the ones missed are God's favorites? Geeeze - how stupid.
LOL - My attorney is there right now! Enjoy that retainer! LOL
Oh no, another anti-prayer idiot (3:41). Everytime someone even uses a phrase with "prayer" or "pray" in it, out comes the shallow individuals whose argument against God uses such a shallow, narrow, limited and infantile view of God and His relation to His creation, that it beggars description! What is so ironic is this, their own man-made, tiny view on God, and on the justice of "good" and "bad" things happening to "good" and "bad" people is inherently self-contradictory, and they're too dense to realize it. I'm soooooo sick of these "knee-jerk" simpletons. How about this--they get to comment only after they read AND THINK TO THE POINT OF UNDERSTANDING C. S. Lewis' book, MERE CHRISTIANITY. Sorry about the rant, guys, but someone needed to respond to the shallow, "if you believe in God then you must think the entire universe is a mere string-puppet" commenters! I hate to suprise you "anti-God" people, but you seem to sound so smug when you trot out this "string-puppet" argument--and its really a kindergarten level idea, theologically speaking.
Oh no, first we had to take in the loser afros from New Orleans, now the Polynesians.
4:14 - who's the one making the simplistic argument? Come on, demonstrate how the prayers have an affect of the events in question. What evidence do you have to support your (intellectual?) argument? Have you read "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything", or "The Illustrated World's Religions: Guide to Our Wisdom Traditions", or "Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know--And Doesn't" or "God without Religion: Questioning Centuries of Accepted Truths". Maybe you should before positing your superior intellect and "holier than thou" attitude.
Gee, someone forgot to tell OLD MAN WEATHER about all these festivities. I'm sure he would have called off the tropical storm until everyone was ready!!
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