Open Thread, Monday 3 November 2014

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13 Responses to Open Thread, Monday 3 November 2014

    • Knight4GFC says:

      Most appalling… evil. However, justice will be served. In this life or the next. What goes around, comes around.

      Yes, sadly I hear a lot of our law enforcement agencies are up to two-thirds corrupt. Even in Hawaii, I do not trust our local law enforcement as a whole. I am not saying all is bad. I personally know some good people in law enforcement here. And I’m pretty sure our local law enforcement is not as corrupt or blatantly evil as such that is reported in the case above. It is usually the few bad apples that give the whole a bad name… especially when nothing is done to remove the corrupt few.

    • tessa50 says:

      I am glad he will be able to sue, but nothing will make up for those beatings and subsequent mistreatment. Good to see you solaratov. How are you?

      • solaratov says:

        I’m doing pretty well, thanks. How have you been doing?

        I do hope that the cops in the article are punished to the fullest extent of the law – though I have no real faith that that will happen. And I know that not all law enforcement units are this bad…but it seems that we hear more and more of these stories lately.

    • tessa50 says:

      Hi, Knight. Any good news for the town?

      • Knight4GFC says:

        Aloha Tessa! I hope all is well with yas!

        The lava flow front, at this point and time, is stalled. However, the flow is still active and there are breakout flows further upstream. For right now, Pahoa is holding it’s breath. Time seems to be on our side at the moment.

        • tessa50 says:

          I have been reading your comments about this, trying to understand how it’s flowing, any chance it will divert to ocean? Or is that too far away?

          Hope all is well with you also! Aside from this…

          • Knight4GFC says:

            The June 27’th lava flow will indeed eventually make its way to the ocean(we are an island) as long as Kilauea keeps feeding the flow. However, the chances of the flow diverting back towards the south and to the nearest entry into the ocean(which would be most ideal) is slim to none.

            Here is a recent map of the flow(click on to enlarge map):

            The flow is basically travelling in a north, northeast direction. Prior to the June 27’th flow, the lava was mostly travelling south southeast, down the southern flank of Kilauea and into the sea. The gray area around the summit and to the sea on the southeast side, is where the past flows have usually travelled.

  1. Knight4GFC says:

    In-house quarreling. A house divided cannot stand. If you are standing on something less than the truth, you will ultimately fail.

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