I had never seen a guy simultaneously disrespect both Hawaiian culture and the laws of physics before you. But there you sat, resting your 250-pound carcass on the nose of a canoe while telling us that it was your right to sit on the canoe since it was on a public beach. Does that also make it my right to sit on your truck because it’s in a public parking lot? You may not give much thought to local culture, but even a fat guy like you must have realized that by sitting on a thin, cantilevered fiberglass hull, you ran the risk of breaking someone’s very expensive canoe. But in your world, we were the ones who showed “no aloha” because we wouldn’t let you sit on our canoe. You represent exactly the kind of haole who defines aloha as “you give to me and I’ll take from you.” What kind of person are you, coming here and disrespecting the traditions of the host culture? No wonder people like you inspire such hatred and anger.