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  • http://www.UkuleleMeleOnMaui.com Mele Fong

    Ukulele Strumming Workshop with Mele Fong will be Saturday, December 20 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Bailey House Museum, 2375A Main Street, Wailuku. Learn new strums to fun sing-along songs. Cost $10/5 members. To register, call Mele Fong at 281-4981 or http://www.UkuleleMeleOnMaui.com.

  • http://www.haliimailegarden.com/ Hali’imaile Communtiy Garden

    Event: Prepping Garden Plots
    September 16, 2014 From 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM

    Hali’imaile Community Garden is seeking volunteers and new garden members to prepare plots for new gardeners. We’ll be weeding, bush whacking, and covering plots for occupancy during the cooler hours of the late afternoon after work. Bring your favorite hand tools and, if you’d like, something to eat to tide us over until dinner.

    Entry gate is secured. Please call 415-480-4769 at least one day in advance to ensure access and, if new, to complete a volunteer packet. Mahalo!

  • http://www.haliimailegarden.com/ Hali’imaile Communtiy Garden

    Orchard Weed and Trim
    September 27, 2014 From 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM

    Hali’imaile Community Garden is seeking volunteers and new garden members to prepare plots for new gardeners. We’ll be weeding, bush whacking, and covering plots for occupancy during the cooler hours of the late afternoon after work. Bring your favorite hand tools and, if you’d like, something to eat to tide us over until dinner.

    Entry gate is secured. Please call 415-480-4769 at least one day in advance to ensure access and, if new, to complete a volunteer packet. Mahalo!

    • http://www.haliimailegarden.com/ Hali’imaile Communtiy Garden

      Orchard Weed and Trim
      September 27, 2014 From 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM

      Hali’imaile Community Garden is seeking volunteers and new garden members to prune, trim, weed, and care for the orchard and other community areas.. Bring your favorite hand tools and let’s have some fun! If you’d like, bring a snack to share.

      Entry gate is secured. Please call 415-480-4769 at least one day in advance to ensure access and, if new, to complete a volunteer packet. Mahalo!

  • http://Philtripp.com Phil Tripp

    I am back. Off to Molokai tomorrow morning back Thursday. Would love to hook up re SXSW 5126693321

  • http://www.stjohnsmaui.org Marilynn Hirashima

    I would like to submit our event coming up on Sept. 27th for your event calendar but do not see how to do that. Help?

  • https://facebook.com/profile.php?id=753773002 Jesse Savio


    When: FRI SEP 12th
    Where: Charley’s Saloon 142 Hana Hwy Paia (Maui)
    Doors: 9pm – 2am
    Show: 9:30 Sharp
    Cover: $15 presale @ http://www.kingslive.eventbrite.com
    / $20 at the door

    KINGS OF SPADE from Honolulu are a high-energy, shameless dancing, foot-stomping brand of Blues Rock’N’Roll. Don’t let the tattooed arms or florescent mohawk of lead singer, Kasi Nunes, fool you. Kasi’s vocals are a fiery and passionate hybrid of soul queens Janis Joplin and Aretha Franklin. The KINGS have opened for the Deftones, Mutemath, Bon Jovi, Kings X, and Everclear. They have performed at Willy K’s Bluesfest, Autumn Lights Festival in Los Angeles, & the Red Gorilla Music Festival in Austin.

    Kings of Spade Music Video “Way She Goes” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHCTPq4KXvY

    THE DEADBEATS were voted Honolulu’s best mix of Hip-Hop, Funk, and Jazz. They have opened for Common, Mos Def, and Blue Scholars.

    Deadbeats Music Video “Blast Last Night” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B23RO102oMM
    FISH TANK are an original Rock band made of Maui locals fronted by Pete Sebastian

  • http://www.monksealfoundation.org Maui Brewing Co Fundraiser for Monk Seals

    Maui Brewing Company is hosting a fundraiser for the Monk Seal Foundation at its brewpub in Kahana located at 4405 Honoapiilani Highway. On Friday, August 29 from 6pm-10pm, the brewery is generously donating 50% of the profits from all house beers sold.

  • http://www.healingsforhealersonmaui.com Debbie Dehm

    Aloha, Could you please put this in the calendar. Community Healing Day in Pukalani at 95 Makawao Ave at Compassionate Healing. Acupuncture, massage, reiki, somatic energetics all for donations only. Open to the public from 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. Mahalo, Debbie Dehm (928) 301-0842 for more information.

  • http://www.akaku.org Dolores Perreira

    Akakū Maui Community Media presents live, televised election results from the
    Akakū studios on Saturday, August 9th.
    The party will begin at 6PM to 10 PM at the Akakū Center at 333 Dairy Rd. in Kahului. 
    Food, fun, and live election results on our large screen monitors will be provided. 
    Outdoor seating will be available.  Akakūʻs own Chivo Ching-Johnson and Shaggy Jenkins
    will be interviewing the candidates and community members from various locations. 
    Akakū will track election results with analysis by Dick Mayer and Mahina Martin. 
    Come join the fun and view local election results as they become available.
    For more information Call Akakū at (808) 871-5554.

  • Fred

    Can anyone help me ID the name of a restaurant in Lahaina that my wife and I loved when we came to Maui in 1994 for our honeymoon? I believe it was an Italian restaurant located where Fu Lin (1312 Front St) now is. They had a dish called Chicken Renaldo that I have been trying to find the equivalent of for 20 years! We are here now and I thought I’d try to find the name.

  • Leah Lamb

    Greetings! I’d love to post information about an event on August 3rd 7-9pm
    Haiku Mill: 250 Haiku Rd

    By renown storyteller, Leah Lamb
    Music by Andrea Whales and Rasa Priya
    $20 when purchased online at http://www.ilovestories.org $25 at the door.

  • http://www.lahainagalleries.com Beau Killett | Lahaina Galleries

    Eh? Brah?! Where da’ place for submit calendar of events? Someone wen cockroach ’em. We get couple shows coming we like fo’ submit. Tanks cuz & mahalos! :) by da’ way, Lahaina Galleries stay celebrating 38 years in business. :)

  • Gaia Best

    Press Release & Information about an event that I would like you to POST. Mahalo, Gaia


    Thursday, August 7th, 2014, Gaia Best Productions along with Kono’s On The Green in Kihei will present: WRITING FROM THE HEART….


    The Event will open at 9 AM and close after a lively Q&A Panel at 7 PM.

    Kono’s will provide delicious meals throughout the event! You will be able to order from their Breakfast, Lunch, Happy Hour and Dinner Menus.
    View their website for location, directions & menu selections. http://www.konosonmaui.com This lovely venue offers indoor and outdoor seating with beautiful sunset, vista views.

    Our Special Guest Speaker for this extraordinary event is Sharon Frame, Former Anchor for CNN and Authoress of LeadHERship.

    She will be speaking on:
    LeadHERship! How to Take The Helm of Your Life & Chart Your Own Success Course.
    The In Beween of a Successful Writer: Uncovering The Secrets to What Works & also we will be making available one on one sessions with Sharon Throughout the day….Those sessions will focus on
    Your Personal Power Shift: Living the Life You Desire & Deserve!

    These sessions need to be reserved in advance when you make payment for the entire event to GaiaBest.. Contact Gaia @ gaiabest@aol.com
    Subject Line: VIP Access..

    Ticket Prices for full day event are $20 in Advance for MeetUp Members, but those must be purchased before July 11th.
    There is also a $30 VIP all access pass available. We expect a sold out event in advance. If there are any seats available the ticket price at the door will be $50 for the day pass.

    Our Four Resident Author and Authoress being featured include: Bernard Foong, The talented writer of A Harem Boy’s Saga Vol. 1 & 2.
    Shalandra Abbey, Reiki Master and Authoress of Living a Life of Reiki, who will also be providing free Reiki experiences for our participants!
    Danielle Marie Bergan with her powerful book on Recovery: “It’s Always OKAY to be me..Journey of Recovering Lost Hope, and Gaia’s Original book, the result of a receptive writing experience,
    ” A Photographic Journey, The Island of Maui”, one of the most beautiful books with Natural Photography & Spiritual Verse and Poetry that feature our lovely Island Home of Maui with it’s surrounding waters and Marine Life.
    Gaia mentors writers individually & in group settings and produces events.

    We have surprise events, drawings, art, mini breakout sessions, live music and a fulfilled day planned. I hope you will join us!

    Any questions about this event? Contact Gaia Best 808 879-9922 or gaiabest@aol.com
    Reserve your place soon. Advanced VIP passes are selling quickly.

  • Gillian

    Hi there, I wanted to reach out to you with a suggestion for content on your site: http://infographicworld.com/global-warming/

    I am promoting this important new infographic on climate change that details what a Day in the Life would be as global warming intensifies. After seeing your link earlier from the NRDC on global warming, I thought your readers might enjoy this post.

    If you decide to share, all I ask is that you credit the source and I can send visitors to your site as a thank-you if you are interested.

    Gillian Zimmer

  • Guadalupe R.

    Aloha, How do I summit an eh brah?

  • http://www.kaikanani.com/2014/04/kaicapische-a-taste-of-the-pacific-rim-saturday-may-31st/ Melissa Glennon

    Kai Kanani Sailing and Capische are joining together for #KaiCapische sunset sail out of Makena. Chef Chis Kulis of Capische and The Market Wailea will be onboard our sunset sail this Saturday for a Pacific Rim themed food and wine tasting. We run this special trip once a month with a different theme.

  • http://mauimakers.com James Yenne

    Is there a way to post an event on your site? This is the event:

    Maui Makers Arduino Workshop
    Every Friday at 6 PM, in Room 219 of the Ka’a’ike building at the UH Maui Campus: people interested in making are invited to attend a public facilitated learning workshop to learn and build projects based on Arduinos. Arduino is a single-board micro controller that can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators.

    The workshop supports all skill levels. Intermediate and advanced students will scope out an Arduino-based project to build.

    The facilitated learning portion of the workshop will focus on using pulse width modulation (PWM) to increase the control capability of the Arduino.

  • http://www.livingponoproject.org/kupaaina-explorations-program.html Chana Dudoit Ane


    My name is Chana Dudoit Ane and I am writing to let you know about an awesome Summer Youth Program at Koieie Fishpond. Our Kupua’aina Exploration Program – Mahi’ai to Lawai’a (from farmer to fisherman), is a collaboration between the fishpond and the Living Pono Project. Our organization conducts Hawaiian cultural fieldtrips held at the Maui Tropical Plantation and are dedicated to cultural revitalization through environmental restoration and youth education. This summer we will be hosting our Youth Summer Program for ages 10-15 at Koieie Fishpond. (description below)

    Program dates/times:
    June 2-July9th
    M/W 8am-12pm at Koieie Fishpond
    F 8am-12pm ages 14-15 only Hana Ka Lima at our Mala (dry land taro patch) in Wailuku (optional)

    Monday and Wednesday 8-12: Learn about how Polynesians voyaged to Hawaii, the plants they brought here to make settlement possible, plant uses, Hawaiian implements for surviving on remote islands, and Hawaiian lifestyles as a mahi’ai (farmer) and Lawai’a (fisherman). The first two hours consist of fishpond explorations and Polynesian voyaging followed by a snack break (not included). Second half of the day is focused on ‘Aina explorations and hands on activities making nose flutes, ipu, kapa stamps etc. (material cost included in registration fee).

    Friday ages 14&15 only: Hana Ka Lima, work with your hands, in a Mala (dry land taro patch). Get your hands dirty and learn all aspects of being a Mahi’ai (farmer). What’s the difference between a Mala and Lo’i. Why is it important to farm Mala style in present day Hawaii.

    If possible, are you able to pass on or post our flyers to interested students and parents that would like to enroll their students in our Hawaiian Culture based summer program.

    In the past years we have worked with:
    The Boys and Girls Club, Aloha House, Tutu and Me, Lihikai Elementary School, Montessori School, as well as Kihei Charter school (to name a few)

    Please see the attached flyer for more information. You can also visit our website at: http://www.livingponoproject.org/kupaaina-explorations-program.html

  • http://Monkeypodkitchen.com Dominic Stanley

    I was looking to get in contact with the person that is in charge of posting the music schedule in the Maui Time. I wanted to update that calender because we have some new musicians since the last time we have updated with you. If you would email me back Dominic@monkeypodkitchen.com I can send a revised version of the schedule.

    Mahalo nui loa,

    Dominic Stanley
    Monkeypod Kitchen Wailea Maui

  • http://www.roystaab.blogspot.com roy staab

    I spoke with a woman yesterday about a poet who lives on the rainy side of Makawao island. She said that he learned the language and planted many many trees. Could you give me his name and contact information? I am an artist interested to make art.

  • Keith Ideoka

    Fundraising Event at Sangrita Mexican Grill & Cantina on May 5th, Cinco De Mayo Day, 11am to 10pm. Join us at Chef Paris Nabavi’s newest restaurant at the Fairway Shops at Kaanapali. Turn left off of Honoapiilani Hwy at 2580 Kekaa Drive. Chef Paris,a strong supporter of school gardens and sustainable agriculture on Maui will donate a % of sales to the Lahainaluna High School Agriculture & Future Farmers of America program. Families, Friends, and visitors are all welcome to enjoy great mexican food and to celebrate Cinco De Mayo at Sangrita Mexican Grill & Cantina.

  • Makawao History Museum

    Gail Ainsworth, author of “Maui Remembers, A Local History” will be at the Makawao History Museum Friday, April 18 from 5-7 p.m., to sign copies of her book.

    Please stop by and meet Gail and get your copy of this beloved Maui history book. All proceeds raised will benefit the Makawao History Museum. The Makawao History Museum is located at 1152 Makawao Ave and is open 7 days a week

  • Brian Dunn

    Cool everything in moderation

  • Brian Dunn

    Send an Eh Brah? Eh. Brah
    To the two homeless guys and the skanky woman living on the beach In Honokohau bay. You already ruined across the road with all your garbage piled up and your go anywhere you like toilet. The area was. clean for a while. Now you moved and are on the beach saying you own it. We cannot take our kids to that beach anymore for fear of disease or being a attacked by your mangy dogs. Your friends and family come daily to sell or do drugs and rip off tourists. Shame on you. You need to go to where you are supposed to live. You say you grew up there. The fact is you never did grow up. Everything about you guys is against the law. It’s time you leave or be locked up. If the police won’t do it we will find someone who will. It will just be another community clean up day!
    The drugs and alcohol are frying your brains. Try take a look at what you are doing to the Island too! You need to change your behavior before it’s too late!

  • Angry Animal Lover

    Eh brah. You sealed NINE 3-week-old puppies in a trash bag and dumped them somewhere in a field in kula to die – if you feel horrible about it at all, that’s because you are. Do you know what’s worse than failing to fix your dog and then dropping nine puppies off at the Maui Humane Society? Letting them suffocate and starve to death in a bag. If you were anywhere near decent you would get your dogs fixed instead of resorting to committing such a heinous act, though if it were up to me I would never let you near another living thing. SHAME on you.

  • Maui Teacher

    Eh loud and proud Braddahs at Wailuku’s first Friday. Certainly, when I walked through the open gate into your “private property”, AKA the BEER GARDEN, my 5’3″ inch, size 6 frame in a mu’u mu’u was intimidating enough for 3-4 of you to come over to harrass me. All I wanted to do was take a short cut to spend my money at a local business. The item I needed to purchase is for an organization that supports a local high school scholarship program. One of you kept demanding that I “thank you” for, I guess, allowing me to be on property that you no more own than I do. I didn’t give you that thanks, but actually, I do owe you a thank you. So here goes…. I’m a Maui public school teacher and THANK YOU for reminding me that when a student comes to me with “attitude” it is not their fault. It is learned from home and the group of you, except for the wahine, made it very clear where they get their ideas. I grew up here and teach BY CHOICE. I instill in my students personal pride, that hard work pays off, to be kind, fair and understanding because they are from here. THANK YOU for reminding me of the importance of what I do. Fo’ shame. Be pono, live aloha.

  • http://mauiboattrips.com/fourth-of-july-cruise/ Daniel


    We are looking for places to promote our Fourth of July cruise. Let me know if that is something that would appeal to your visitors.


  • http://www.sasmaui.org Cheryl Pokipala

    St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School’s Aloha Concert featuring our Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. Friday, May 16 at 5:30 p.m. St. Anthony Church. Farewell concert to our Seniors with an Award ceremony.

  • http://www.sasmaui.org Cheryl Pokipala

    St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School will present their Annual Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 15 at 7pm at MACC. Featuring our Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble and symphonic Band. Special Guest Musician: Professional Trumpet Player Mr. Cody Sarmiento. Free Admission.

  • http://www.sasmaui.org Cheryl Pokipala

    St. Anthony Junior High Band Finale Concert featuring our Beginning Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing at St. Anthony Church on Monday, May 5 at 5:30 p.m.

  • http://www.kenfieldsphotography.com Ken Fields

    Local award winning Maui photographer Ken Fields will be having an exhibit of his work entitled ‘Portraits of Maui Island’ beginning April 3, 2014 at the Wailuku Coffee Company on Market Street. Mr. Fields has been a photographer since the early 1970’s having shot landscapes, weddings, family portraits, small product and real estate photography. Lately, he focuses on Maui’s natural beauty, not only for scenic landscape, but also environmental portrait photography of families, kids and couples. The ‘Portraits of Maui Island’ exhibit will showcase large canvas wraps and 16×20 prints of a few beautiful Maui scenes taken over the years. Stop by the Wailuku Coffee Company anytime during normal business hours throughout the month of April to view the exhibit, including April’s First Friday in Wailuku Town on April 4th where you can meet the photographer.

  • deeskee

    Ehhh Bah, what you did is so NO NO ONO!!!!
    haha seriously though wtf, it was pouring buckets of rain on the kids that spent a good chunk of their day covering up the crappy graffiti on the sugar cane bunker. I think it was 3 days later you tag a shout out about someone liking unicorns. Super duper LAME bro!

    “I’m a terrible writer so plz dont put this in eyyy bahhhda” I just wanted to spread the word hoping that someone who is also frustrated by this would write an ey brah about it. THANKS BYYYYEE

  • http://www.momi.org Montessori School Dinner Project!

    Join the Montessori School of Maui for an intimate dinner created by Master Executive Chef Roger Stettler of Four Seasons Maui, on campus at 2933 Baldwin Avenue in Makawao.

    Celebrate community as you dine on our lanai just adjacent to our beautiful Living Classroom and help support the education of over 260 young people. Enjoy an exquisite 4 course culinary experience of fresh local ingredients with carefully selected wine pairings.

    This event is open to the public and space is limited! Only the first 30 ticket purchasers will be able to experience Chef Roger’s wonderful night of Dinner Project! To purchase tickets and reserve your seat, visit http://www.momi.org or, for more information, contact Betsy Bergevin at 573-1046 or betsyb@momi.org.

  • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fire-Becky-Woods/193989544087072 Vicki Higgins

    Please visit this LIKE page on Facebook. After having such dysfunctional leadership in the largest nonprofit in Maui, nothing is done about the abuses at Ka Hale A Ke Ola, despite every councilmember’s office being flooded with phone calls, numerous investigations, and the executive team proven to be incompetent. So much is discussed about $10 million being repaid, which it should, but no one is asking where that money went. Becky Woods and her management needs to be exposed for their corruption, abuse and fraud.

  • Julia Welch


    I was wondering if it would be possible to locate past Maui Time issues, as I am making a scrapbook for my friend who recently visited. I would hope to get a few issues from early February. If you have any suggestions on where I might be able to find these issues, please let me know.

    Thank you,

    Julia Welch

  • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Emergency-Care-Career-Night/246881135492596 Tehilla Ben-Gershom

    Emergency Care Career Night Tuesday, March 4th 2014 @ 6:00-8:00 pm Kihei Charter Middle School 41 East Lipoa Street- Kihei Lipoa center . Join Maui County’s community hero’s (EMT/Nurse/Firefighter/Lifeguard), as they share their experiences, thoughts and knowledge about their occupation and how they accomplished school and started their own careers.
    For High school and Middle school students or anyone interested in a career in Emergency Care! Bring a friend or family too!

  • Irina Constantinescu

    I was wondering if there is a way to submit Maui events to you. The old MauiTime website had a very useful submit events option. Please help. Thanks.
    Irina Constantinescu (Society of Women Engineers – SWE Hawaiian Islands on Maui)

  • Name Withheld

    Overheard in Safeway….Older Tourist woman to her husband…

    “Who in the world would buy a frying pan in Hawaii?”

  • http://N/A F W F

    Did you get a Book in Your Mail Drop >
    “Life of the Party ” ? if So Please Call 808-495-5109

  • http://www.bluefirepr.com Jordan Knight


    Thanks for your article on “New Maui-Based Small Business Accounting Software Cheqbook Launches.”

    And, I’d like to contribute an article to your site, written by our team of journalists.
    A few relevant articles we have right now for Maui Small Businesses:

    “Four Easy Deductions for Your Small Business”
    “Can Your Small Business Afford Full Time Employees?”
    “Cash Flow Management: Crucial to Small Business Success”

    Alternatively, we can create one, based on your topic suggestion.

    Here’s how it works:

    1) I would send you the article to review.
    You would review it and tell me a simple “no, yes, or needs editing.”
    You can make edits, where you feel it’s necessary.
    (Of course, articles are unique to your site, and may contain resource links.
    We don’t charge for the article and we don’t pay for links.)

    2) If you like it, then please publish it to your site.
    And, you may sign up for regular, monthly articles to review.
    There is no commitment on your part.

    The benefit to us is that our writers get their work spread out to a wider audience in their niche.
    Most companies like it because it helps boost their blog and saves time in conceptualizing and creating content.
    We may even link back to your site, at a future date, through quality content of our other publishers.

    Let me know if you’d be open to reviewing the article or you may suggest a topic.
    Feel free to call or email me.


  • http://www.LocalGirlsGuideToMaui.com Donna Bender

    Wondering how to get the word out about http://www.LocalGirlsGuideToMaui.com that I write highlighting local owned food places on Maui.

  • http://www.kyasitalianice.org Justin Fournier

    Im a small Italian Ice / Sorbet Business on Maui… I use all real and natural ingediance, local when I can to create sorbets and frozen lemonades. Im looking for a way to market and grow my business.
    Any tips or advise would be greatly appreciated. I have a small vending unit located on the back entrance to Kihei Kalama Village… Stop in any time and enjoy my all natural frozen deserts
    Kyas Italian Ice

    • http://www.mauitime.com Jen Russo

      Justin, please drop me an email through our contact page, and send me your info. I will schedule a meeting w you. thanks! @jenrusso

  • Waiehuman

    The tremendous outpouring of support for Gail Swanson shows how many people read “Eh, Brah!) (and talk about it to those who don’t). But it also reminds me of something that has me steamed. What do you hear at any airport in the state if you’re there for more than 3 minutes? Yes, REAL Hawaiian music-steel guitars, ukuleles, falsetto vocals and/or sweet harmonies. Step out of the airport- cheesy synthesizers, fake Jamaican accents, “skanky” ukes, etc. Try to find a live steel guitar player? Good luck! They all had to get day jobs (one is a judge who gets gigs in Japan but not here) and are a dying breed. Hawaiian music won’t be around for the next generation if nobody supports it. Let’s here some LIVE Hawaiian music!

  • Chivo

    Imagine a weekly publication that brings you the insights of a retired Lady Warrior on that costly catastrophe, Afghanistan; the Harmonious Heart of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Coconut Wireless and that Sassy Pen of the Kula Kid… American Woman; what a Doll. Not to mention Highlighting the Land Trust and so much more…. all for the price of picking one up. What a Deal. You cannot beat Mauitime! Hats Off to you all.

  • Maryjanesvenson

    Eh brah. I want to send a big thank you to all of you that helped me today at Big Beach find my engagement ring lost in the sand. It was wonderful to feel the support and concern of all you that helped search on your hands and knees for my diamond ring! I wish all of you a very Happy New Year, and may each of you experience the same kindness in return.
    Best wishes and Mahalo, MJ.

  • Gkolomitz

    Eh Brah, 1st Thank you to the wonderful man whom when my crutches got stolen out of my car at Hookipa and when I went to my doctor you overheard what I told the receptionist and went and bought me used ones at the store by the doctor’s office. I want to thank you for your GREAT kindness and you helped me to be able to walk again. Secondly to the idiots kids that stole my watch, crutches and whatever else you could fit into your pockets, shoes, jackets, etc. shame on you to not only steal but especially from the handicapped person who tried to get you two young drunks home safely. Carma – do you both know what that means? It will find you and NO Merry Christmas to you!!! May you someday experience the hardship of a handicapped person… Maui times please post this in your Eh Brah column

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