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Old September 5th, 2007, 11:40 AM
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He had to come up a long, steep driveway to get to my car. There are trees on either side of it, but nothing that would scratch his truck.

Walking up the driveway is arduous even if he'd had a portable unit; I doubt he'd have been willing to do that.

Good idea about the portable unit, though!!
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Old September 5th, 2007, 11:50 AM
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Truly, the Iwilei Costco parking lot is an absolute disaster, design wise.
If you mean its layout, I guess that's true, but I like the entrances from two ends and the spaces were painted wide enough to accommodate the larger vehicles most people drive now, with space even between stalls, for opening car doors and maneuvering large boxes into back seats. I have on occasion had difficulty finding a stall at all, but that seldom happens if one isn't picky. In all, it's a much, much better parking lot than Costco had at the Salt Lake location.
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... when mainlanders say they'll have a luau, but no more local food... or local music for that matter.

I only had one luau on the mainland, and it was part of a tech conference. Probably they had it because there were a few of us locals there. They played country music (since it is Texas) and they didn't even have pineapples. If it wasn't for jetlag, then me and my friends would have made changes.
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... when mainlanders say they'll have a luau, but no more local food... or local music for that matter.
Or the worst crime of all --- running OUT OF FOOD! That just isn't done.
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Old September 6th, 2007, 01:13 AM
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When something on a restaurant menu is labelled "Hawaiian" because it has pineapple in it.

Hawaiian Pork Chops
Hawaiian Pizza
Hawaiian Burger.... etc etc.
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I am the mellowest driver I know. I seldom lose my cool behind the wheel, and I try to give everyone the benefit of the doubt, including those people who jump in right before the freeway onramp at the top of Piikoi, cutting in front of everyone who stayed in the correct lane.

But this really annoys me. It's Nimitz Highway. It's five in the afternoon. We're driving toward in the Diamond-Head direction and right at Keawe Street, too late to make the lane switch, someone decides he or she wants to turn left. He or she can't get the car over, so his or her butt is still in the lane with the green light, while the offending driver waits for the left-turn arrow to change! Meanwhile, cars whiz past us in the right lane, gleefully passing us unfortunate souls in the middle lane.

*sigh*

Look, people. I know it sucks to miss the street you intended to turn on, but if your solution to the problem inconveniences twenty drivers vs. just you, it's not an appropriate solution. Gr.
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Look, people. I know it sucks to miss the street you intended to turn on, but if your solution to the problem inconveniences twenty drivers vs. just you, it's not an appropriate solution. Gr.
Amen to that. That is just so rude.

I’ve been known to go a mile down the road to safely get back to the turn I missed.
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I almost never have a peeve, much less a Pet Peeve Of The Day. But today I do have a peeve, and it is that I find the HT screen name "notahaole" to be somewhat offensive.
I hope the individual has the class and the wisdom to change it.
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Look, people. I know it sucks to miss the street you intended to turn on, but if your solution to the problem inconveniences twenty drivers vs. just you, it's not an appropriate solution. Gr.
i would have honked, if only so that the offending driver might think twice the next time s/he wonders whether s/he should squeeze his/her okole in to make a turn.
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Old September 7th, 2007, 12:22 AM
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Oh gawd! I hate this too. My worst intersection to see this happen all the time is Piikoi / Young and Piikoi / Beretania... especially the latter. I always drive up in the lane that I know will allow me to make the left. I cue up waiting in line with the other cars. The car forward moves up a bit, I am not looking at the car on the right hand land adjacent to mine... but suddenly that car wants to cut in front of me? WTF????

I am in the CORRECT lane and you are not!!!! The signs with the arrows about a block away from the intersection clearly marks which lanes you should be in to make a left, go straight or go right. Why do these scofflaws feel they can zoom up on the right lane and then suddenly cut into your lane because they want to turn left but were in the wrong lane to begin with? This irks me!!!

Thanks Scriv for bringing up one of my pet driving peeves... happens quite often in morning traffic.

Another peeve is why at some key intersections do they make the duration of the left turn arrow so SHORT??? At Keeaumoku/Beretania the left arrow only stays on for about 3 seconds before it turns yellow and then back to red. It usually allows only 1 or 2 cars to legally turn left before everyone else trying to make it is in violation. And at that same intersection you also got the scofflaws who cross from across Keeaumoku and through the intersection but not quite making it so that the butt of one or two vehicles are still sticking out on Beretania after we get the left turn green or even worst the Beretania gets the full-on green.
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Iíve been known to go a mile down the road to safely get back to the turn I missed.
Same here. That just makes me want to get a Horn Blaster for my compact car and use it.

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And what pisses me off is that some things can bite you from the rear at the most inopportune time. I think I'll get let go from my first computer repair job because my manager has bad feelings about me working two computer jobs (even though one is 'for the military' and the other 'for civilians').
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Same here. That just makes me want to get a Horn Blaster for my compact car and use it.
I wouldn't mind the PA system! Could really put the 'spotlight' on the offending car with that!!!
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I was wondering about that being a possible conflict in someone's eyes!
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Look, people. I know it sucks to miss the street you intended to turn on, but if your solution to the problem inconveniences twenty drivers vs. just you, it's not an appropriate solution. Gr.
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i would have honked, if only so that the offending driver might think twice the next time s/he wonders whether s/he should squeeze his/her okole in to make a turn.
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Same here. That just makes me want to get a Horn Blaster for my compact car and use it.
right on, adrian! eric and i wholeheartedly agree. eric's titan has had a similar multi-toned horn system of four trumpets since 2005:

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Preach, 68-eldo!I'm forgiving of those traffic clots only if they're considerate enough to turn on their hazards. Otherwise, I give them a gentle 152dB reminder to drive aloha.
however, keep in mind, the smaller your car, the more complicated the install is gonna be. and you'll have to think of where the tank is gonna go. a system's individual horns vary in size, and the biggest one eric has is about two feet long. the horns were placed at the very front of the truck, under the hood, pointing downward and forward. i'm planning on buying a MINI cooper s toward the end of the year and i would love a similar system for it but can't imagine how it's gonna fit...unless i did something completely ludicrous and mounted them on the roof.

eric's horns are quite loud (duh, 152 db!). one evening, another driver didn't pay attention to how the lanes move to the left when you are on piikoi, crossing kapiolani, and he was on track to mash his car into the side of the truck (you have to be a pretty bad driver if you almost knock your own vehicle into something as big as a titan). so eric honked at the guy, and the errant driver very quickly corrected himself. immediately afterwards, eric's phone rang. it was his coworker, who was at the mai tai bar. it turned out she heard the horn even at that great distance.

you should know that tooting your horn--whether stock or an airhorn-- for more than two minutes non-stop is unlawful, as is tooting it intermittently for more than a twenty minute period.
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you should know that tooting your horn--whether stock or an airhorn-- for more than two minutes non-stop is unlawful, as is tooting it intermittently for more than a twenty minute period.
illegal, shmillegal, whatevahz. In Hawaii, blowing your horn to that effect is akin to giving someone the MAJOR bird, and could instigate a road rage incident.

Speaking of which, a man on the big island lost an eye this past Friday due to such senseless behavior.
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you should know that tooting your horn--whether stock or an airhorn-- for more than two minutes non-stop is unlawful, as is tooting it intermittently for more than a twenty minute period.
Not to mention that it is only to be used to signal a warning. ("Friendly" beeps are unlawful.)

However, I have to wonder how legal loud horns are. I mean air horns, or truck horns are one thing, but train horns?
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illegal, shmillegal, whatevahz. In Hawaii, blowing your horn to that effect is akin to giving someone the MAJOR bird, and could instigate a road rage incident.

Speaking of which, a man on the big island lost an eye this past Friday due to such senseless behavior.
the guy was about to slam HIS car into us, and you're telling me that we shouldn't have honked, to warn him of the impending danger which he clearly (a) did not care about or (b) was unaware of until we honked? we should have taken the hit?

and are you saying that when people do the thing that scriv described, that they themselves are not, effectively, "giving the bird" to everyone else they inconvenience? and that they themselves are NOT causing a road hazard by driving the way they do?

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Not to mention that it is only to be used to signal a warning. ("Friendly" beeps are unlawful.)

However, I have to wonder how legal loud horns are. I mean air horns, or truck horns are one thing, but train horns?
we've never tooted that air horn for more than a second or two. trust me, when we've used it, the person immediately corrected whatever error they were making--which was (a) illegal (this includes ryan's costco situation,particularly if they don't have their hazards on) and/or (b) dangerous to us or other cars, so we find it an effective warning system (which is what horns are installed in our cars for, duh). additionally, there have been cops around when we've tooted it, and not once did we get pulled over nor warned.

we're not the only ones in town with a regular vehicle who have that horn installed.

i've said this before--as has eric--whether you like it or not, we'll honk. go do a search for the thread about honking if you haven't already seen it. in the meanwhile, you guys can keep going on with your disagreements about honking. i was only responding to what scriv said and what adrian said.

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I woulda loved the PA system today! I was stopped at a red light at Paki and Monserrat when a lady wanted to cross from one side of Paki to the other. The crosswalk was 4 car lengths away but...NO...she insisted on stopping traffic both ways to avoid walking the extra 40 or so feet. She had to stop directly in front of my car to avoid getting hit by a car that didn't see her in the next lane. Woulda been fun to broadcast loudly..."You're crossing the street illegally!" while she was such a captive audience!
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I woulda loved the PA system today! I was stopped at a red light at Paki and Monserrat when a lady wanted to cross from one side of Paki to the other. The crosswalk was 4 car lengths away but...NO...she insisted on stopping traffic both ways to avoid walking the extra 40 or so feet. She had to stop directly in front of my car to avoid getting hit by a car that didn't see her in the next lane. Woulda been fun to broadcast loudly..."You're crossing the street illegally!" while she was such a captive audience!
Heh heh. I can just see it.

Many moons ago I used to ride my horse at that exact place. We used to race up the side of the zoo on Paki Avenue.

People here on the mainland use their horns much more than people back home, and at the least little thing.
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Heh heh. I can just see it.[...]
If it'd been a guy crossing illegally and standing in front of my car I might've blasted..."Hey, your fly's unzipped.".
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Yep...horns are an accepted method of communication on the mainland, be it positive or negative and everything in between!
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Grr. Criminals who steal your Visa card number (debit, not credit), spoof a card, and go on a shopping spree in Brooklyn, New York, draining your checking account in one afternoon, something only discovered the next day when you try to take someone out to lunch. They gassed up at Exxon, ate at McDonald's, bought some liquor at a liquor store, then shopped for home furnishings until the card finally declined.

Now I have to wait for everything to officially post, file a claim, then wait 10-14 business days to hopefully get all my money back. I'm pretty sure I wasn't spending $600 at Linens & Things in New York last night...
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Grr. Criminals who steal your Visa card number (debit, not credit),[...]
HOLEYfrigginMOLEY, PZ. That's a peeve so huge as to deserve it's own thread! Do you have any idea how they got your number? Binoculars? Over the shoulder? Employee? Plus hundreds of other ways, of course. So sorry you have to go thru that.
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Criminals who steal your Visa card number (debit, not credit), spoof a card, and go on a shopping spree
OUCH! That's the kind of thing that makes me want to utter words that are not acceptable for this forum.

I had a credit-card number stolen off the internet once (which is why I never use a debit-card on the 'net); I caught it almost immediately, when I saw a $600 purchase made online at The Gap (another reason I check my accounts daily.) I called the credit union while it was still a "pending" transaction - and the employee said they didn't see the charge on the account.

The next day, it went through as "approved." The credit union called me to apologize for their failure to catch it, and of course, would not hold me responsible for any of it - but I still had to go through the hassle of getting a new card, and making some changes in transactions that were automatically charged to the now-dead card.

Bastards. Sorry that you got to join the club, Ryan.
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I'm not sure how they got the card number, but as an online shopper, I have more than a few 'touch points' out there that could've been compromised. I'll definitely be more careful to use a Visa credit card out and about rather than a Visa debit. The latter is, as they say, actual money!

What I find interesting is that the criminals must've made an actual physical card with my account information, since it wasn't just an online shopping spree. They actually went drivin' around, spendin' until there was nothing left. There were $500 and $600 purchases at "Linens and Things," $300 at Marshalls, $74 (!!!) at KFC, $74 at "Brownsville Liquor Store," $30 at ExxonMobil, $15 at McDonald's in Brooklyn... all last night and this morning.

Our family has $7 to its name, not counting some savings. Eep! Fortunately, the bank was nice and we've requested provisional credit, in the mean time getting a small cash infusion from Jen's parents via Western Union. Who'd a thunk such an old-school business still serves a need in this wired age?
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I'm pretty sure I wasn't spending $600 at Linens & Things in New York last night...
Doesn't it suck to watch someone having more fun with your money than you ever do?

I went through the same thing when my laptop was stolen: I didn't know it at first, but my debit card was in the same bag. It was very, very, very inconvenient, not to mention demoralizing, but it all eventually worked out okay. I was determined not to let any of it stress me out.

I've had one credit card rack up an unauthorized charge, and my credit card company took care of that immediately.

It's just a hazard of electronic life nowadays, and I think we can all expect it to happen once or twice. I don't think it's worth stressing about, beyond reasonable precautions.

Sorry for your misfortune; did your guest end up paying for lunch, or did you have a plan b?
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I woulda loved the PA system today!
You might get away with it. For me it would just be another way to get in trouble. With my luck they'd walk over to my car and start a fight.

You still got your flip video with you? YouTube.
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