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big island guidebook The PUNA District is HOT! There’s much to see and do in the Big Island’s PUNA District, located south of Hilo. Drive south on Hwy 11 to Hwy 130, and make a left. In 10 miles you’ll reach PAHOA town, small, ramshackle, odd, with crazy “sidewalks” and terrific eating places and shopping. For such a tiny place, Pahoa packs a BIG visitor value punch. Eat luscious shrimp at Giovanni’s, the same people whose famous shrimp truck has drawn and nourished Oahu visitors to that island’s North Shore.

You’ll find the same intensely flavored garlic and hot varieties here at Giovanni’s shrimp truck-without- wheels store. NING”S Thai has what we think is the best Thai cuisine we have eaten in all of Hawaii and California. Paolo’s hand-makes every luscious Italian bite, but don’t arrive famished, because it takes time to create your unforgettable meal. The Kapoho Pools are crystal clear, warm and welcoming.

The nearby Ahalanui hot ponds are best visited as the tide is coming in so that fresh water will replace the old, which harbors bacteria. Despite having no beach, Pohoiki is the premier surfing and socializing spot in lower Puna, with sunning on the pier and swimming off the boat ramp. Frolic naked at Kehena Black Sand Beach. Drive to the very end of Hwy 130 for an up-close encounter with brand-new real estate in the making at Kalapana.

You will have to hike 30-60 minutes from the designated parking area over rugged lava deposits, so wear good-fitting sneakers and socks, or better yet, hiking boots. The best views are at dusk, which means you’ll be hiking back to your car in the dark, so a flashlight or lamp is essential. Bring water to drink, a windbreaker, your camera and a friend. Since the lava course is ever-changing, call for the latest updates on the day you plan to hike: (808) 985-6000.

Visit this website for map of the flow’s location: http://lavainfo.us/

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   You know....the people most outraged about this and screaming the loudest about the President and his comment made about "people from a sh!thole country wanting to come here."  This was made by a democratic senator and of course people are offended and screaming "Racist" and other things.  Well a couple of observations....First off, the people that are screaming the loudest already hate Trump, if he walked on water they would grouse that he didn't wash his feet first or something.

  second and this is important....those same people have never been outside the United States except perhaps Canada, Western Europe or Japan.  I have been to a quite a few countries that once you get off the airplane and breath the air...well you smell "shit".  It is in the air.       Also there is a rush to bring in people from 3rd world countries into this country an and they can't or will not acclimate to this culture, their kids adjust better, but the first generation will not adapt, it is too alien of an experience, the culture gap is too wide.

  Also I will go out on a limb, why are we trying to bring in people that will not assimilate into our culture, they insist on keeping theirs and they are perfectly happy using the "public assistance" that we provide and in their eyes it is a "Jizya Tax" or tribute that a lesser culture pays to the dominant culture.  I remember reading a few days ago, that the religion of islam is the 2nd largest religion in the United States.

..what will happen once the Christian religion is replaced and they implement shaira law.  What then? I have Blogged quite a few times on the A380 series of aircraft.  I as a whole like the Airbus series of aircraft, I find them from a Maintenance standpoint easy to work on and Maintenance friendly.  However the A380 never really stirred my passion like the Boeing 747 did and some of the other aircraft.

   I honestly believe that instead of scrapping them, t.hey will turn them into specialty aircraft or freighters.  Who knows what the future hold for themPARIS (Reuters) - Airbus is drawing up contingency plans to phase out production of the world’s largest jetliner, the A380 superjumbo, if it fails to win a key order from Dubai’s Emirates, three people familiar with the matter said. FILE PHOTO: Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates' chairman and CEO (R), Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus (L), and Tim Clark President of Emirates Airlines, during a delivery ceremony of Emirates' 100th Airbus A380 at the German headquarters of aircraft company Airbus in Hamburg-Finkenwerder, November 3, 2017.

REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/File Photo The moment of truth for the slow-selling airliner looms after just 10 years in service and leaves one of Europe’s most visible international symbols hanging by a thread, despite a major airline investment in new cabins unveiled this month. “If there is no Emirates deal, Airbus will start the process of ending A380 production,” a person briefed on the plans said.

A supplier added such a move was logical due to weak demand. Airbus and Emirates declined to comment. Airbus also declined to say how many people work on the project. Any shutdown is expected to be gradual, allowing Airbus to produce orders it has in hand, mainly from Emirates. It has enough orders to last until early next decade at current production rates, according to a Reuters analysis. The A380 was developed at a cost of 11 billion euros to carry some 500 people and challenge the reign of the Boeing 747.

But demand for these four-engined goliaths has fallen as airlines choose smaller twin-engined models, which are easier to fill and cheaper to maintain. Emirates, however, has been a strong believer in the A380 and is easily the largest customer with total orders of 142 aircraft, of which it has taken just over 100. Talks between Airbus and Emirates over a new order for 36 superjumbos worth $16 billion broke down at the Dubai Airshow last month.

Negotiations are said to have resumed, but there are no visible signs that a deal is imminent. Although airlines such as British Airways have expressed interest in the A380, Airbus is reluctant to keep factories open without the certainty that a bulk Emirates order would provide. Emirates, for its part, wants a guarantee that Airbus will keep production going for a decade to protect its investment.

FILE PHOTO: Visitors walk down an Airbus A380, showing a picture of United Arab Emirates' Former President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan, during the Dubai Airshow in Dubai, United Arab Emirates November 13, 2017. REUTERS/Satish Kumar/File Photo A decision to cancel would mark a rupture between Airbus and one of its largest customers and tie Emirates’ future growth to recent Boeing orders. European sources say that reflects growing American influence in the Gulf under President Donald Trump, but U.

S. and UAE industry sources deny politics are involved. There are also potential hurdles to a deal over engine choices and after-sales support.SAFETY NET Yet if talks succeed, European sources say there is a glimmer of hope for the double-deck jet, which Airbus says will become more popular with airlines due to congestion. FILE PHOTO: An Airbus logo is pictured during the delivery of the new Airbus A380 aircraft to Singapore Airlines at the French headquarters of aircraft company Airbus in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, December 13, 2017.

REUTERS/Regis Duvignau Singapore Airlines, which first introduced the A380 to passengers in 2007, showcased an $850 million cabin re-design this month and expressed confidence in the model’s future. Airbus hopes to use an Emirates order to stabilise output and establish a safety net from which to attract A380 sales to other carriers, but has ruled out trying to do this the other way round, industry sources said.

As of the end of November, Airbus had won orders for 317 A380s and delivered 221, leaving 96 unfilled orders. But based on airlines’ intentions or finances, 47 of those are unlikely to be delivered, according to industry sources, which halves the number of jets in play. Airbus needs to sell at least another 30 to keep lines open for 10 years and possibly more to justify the price concessions likely to be demanded by any new buyers.

To bridge the gap, Airbus plans to cut output to six a year beyond 2019, from 12 in 2018 and 8 in 2019, even if it means producing at a loss, Reuters recently reported. Chief Operating Officer Fabrice Bregier confirmed this month Airbus was looking at cutting output to 6-7 a year. If Airbus does decide to wind down production, some believe Emirates will ask Airbus to deliver the remaining 41 it has on order and then keep most A380s in service as long as possible.

Even so, some A380s are likely to be heading for scrap. The Chicken Littles of the Political world were at it again shrieking that the world was warming, and the Polar Bears will die, the world is cooling and there is a new Ice age coming and Oh well lets call it climate change to trick a new generation of idiots. in trouble and if we don't enact it everyone will die.   To me "Climate Change" is environmental Marxism, using the environment to shaft the western based world while China, Pakistan, India and everyone else gets a pass.

   Here is the Latest utterance by one of them, I pulled this off Drudge.  I am sure that he makes Washington State proud.Washington state’s Democratic Governor Jay Inslee warned there was “just 59 days” to save future generations from “an endless cycle of crop-killing droughts one year, and rivers spilling their banks the next.” Inslee went on a lengthy Twitter rant in efforts to convince the state legislature to pass legislation to tax carbon dioxide emissions.

Washington residents voted down Inslee’s last carbon tax plan by a wide margin in 2016. The state legislature’s session ends in 59 days, on March 8. Democrats have a slim majority in both state legislative chambers. Inslee wants lawmakers to pass a tax on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and industrial facilities. Inslee’s plan would tax carbon dioxide emissions at $20 a ton in 2019, that would gradually rise at 3.

5 percent above inflation each following year. Inslee’s office estimates it will raise $3.3 billion over the next four years. About $950 million would go toward education programs. The rest would go toward green energy programs and research, water infrastructure, wildfire mitigation. Some money would offset taxes or go to poor families. The plan could raise household electricity prices five percent, and gas prices by about 10 percent, according to official estimates.

Inslee’s first carbon tax plan failed in 2016 after liberal groups couldn’t agree how to spend the revenues it was expected to raise. Inslee also proposed a cap-and-trade program, that both Democrats and Republicans rejected in 2015. If Inslee’s carbon tax plan passes, the legislation would have no measurable impact on projected future global warming. Indeed, even if the U.S. as a whole stopped emitting, the impact would be extremely small, based on government climate models.

   Here is a link to his Twitter feed and you can see many references to Al Gore in this.   Part of the reason for the bloodbath of WWI, was that the tactics haven't kept up with weapon development.  There was a taste of it in the  U.S. Civil War that the Europeans discounted because it was being fought by the colonials and the average European looked down at the Americans and their military experience.

  The Germans and the French were considered the premier military power of the age.  They also had discounted the British experience in the Boer wars with trench warfare which the American Civil war also demonstrated.    The early part of WWI was fought with linear or Napoleonic tactics that haven't changed since Waterloo, but the weapons were far more deadly.“The only real power comes out of a long rifle.

” – Joseph Stalin. During WWI, millions of men were given rifles and sent into the trenches to fight. They were the weapons that turned civilians into soldiers. Machine-guns and artillery might have defined the war, but the rifle was a soldier’s constant companion. On the Western Front in particular, what made for a good rifle changed. Sitting in trenches for months at a time, enduring the terrible weather, then fighting in rushed advances and brutal close combat, men needed a rugged weapon that could take a battering.

A high rate of fire was essential. The range was less critical, guns needing to be accurate to 400 yards rather than the pre-war goal of 800 yards. A short weapon was better, as it was easier to wield in a confined trench. Did the leading weapons live up to those standards? Rifle No.1 Mk III Going into the war, the British had a weapon that met the requirements. Rifle No.1 Mk III was the latest variation of the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Rifle, which had been brought into service in 1907.

It had been developed during the Boer War when the British found their standard rifle too long for cavalry use. It led to a hybrid weapon whose shortness proved valuable although the cavalry it was made for became obsolete. Although its rear-lug locking mechanism was, in theory, weaker than those of some other weapons, it worked smoothly and gave users minimal trouble. It’s smooth reliability allowed British soldiers to achieve remarkably high rates of fire.

The magazine carried ten powerful 0.303-inch rounds. Modifications were made to the weapon, stripping away features meant for range and precision. It made the rifle easier to produce, a vital factor when so many men needed to be armed quickly. The resulting No.1 Mk III* was so efficient it stayed in service throughout WWII Springfield Model 1903 Like the No.1 Mk III, the American Springfield Model 1903 was a compromise weapon, somewhere between a traditional rifle and the carbines of the period.

It had a Mauser mechanism, the best available in the world, produced under license at the Springfield Arsenal. As a result, it had a bolt action that was easy to use. Nicely balanced, it was more accurate than most rifles of the period, firing to target-shooting standards. The Springfield had a five-round box magazine carrying 0.3-inch caliber bullets. With a muzzle velocity of 2,800 feet per second, it was more powerful than the No.

1Mk III, but not as fast firing.US Marines with M1903 rifles and bayonets in France, 1918. Lebel Model 1886 Going into WWI, the French suffered from the same problem they had in the Franco-Prussian war 44 years before – their weapons were inferior to those of their opponents. The standard French weapon was the Lebel Model 1886. As its name implies, it was older than the weapons of France’s allies.

Its tubular magazine, which carried 8mm caliber bullets, was slow to load. At 13.4 inches long, it was over half a foot longer than the Springfield and the No.1 Mk III. Its tendency to explode made it a danger to its users. Other French weapons had their problems too. The Berthier Model 1907 added a box magazine to the Lebel, but it still only held three rounds. The Berthier and Gras carbines were shorter.

Combined with powerful bullets it gave them excessive muzzle flash, and like the Berthier 1907, they only had small magazines.FN-Mauser Model 1895 The Belgian Fabrique Nationale went on to become one of the leading weapons manufacturers of the 20th century, but at the start of WWI, they were still finding their feet. The FN-Mauser Model 1895 was an unremarkable weapon, although an adequate one for the ordinary Belgian infantryman.

It was long, especially when equipped with its large bayonet. Its five-round magazine carried 0.301-inch ammunition, almost the same as the British were firing.Mosin-Nagant Model 1891 Before Communist governments created a doctrine of mass mobilization, the Russians were fielding a weapon suitable for that strategy. The Mosin-Nagant Model 1891 was unexceptional but sturdy; a weapon that could take a battering in the hands of inexperienced soldiers.

Like the FN-Mauser Model 1895, it was a relatively long weapon with a five-round magazine. Its 7.62mm ammunition was slightly smaller than that of the Belgian gun.Russian Imperial infantry of World War I armed with Mosin–Nagant rifles. Fucile Modello 91 The Fucile Modello 91, also known as the Mannlicher-Carcano, was the standard weapon of the Italian army. It was another long weapon and an underpowered one, firing 0.

256-inch caliber bullets with a muzzle velocity of 2,067 feet per second. Its only advantage was a six-round box magazine.Gewehr 98 Germany had a strong tradition of superior weaponry. They fielded one of the best rifles of the war. The Gewehr 98 was a Mauser creation. Its three-lug front-locking system was not as smooth as the mechanism on the No.1 Mk III. Together with the five-round magazine, it gave German infantry a slower rate of fire than British Tommies.

It could still put out as much firepower as most rifles of the period. Its biggest drawback was its 49.2-inch length. Critically, the Gewehr 98 was incredibly sturdy and consistent. Superior manufacturing meant that, even as Germany struggled for resources later in the war, the rifle was always reliable and could take a battering in the trenches.  The Basic Gewehr 98 design also served Germany in WWII, although it was the Gewehr "K" variant, not as long as the original, still was the basic rifle of the German Military.

A German sniper with Gewehr 98k and 4× Zeiss ZF42 optical sight and spotter in position, observing at Voronezh. Photo: Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-216-0417-19 / Dieck / CC-BY-SA 3.0 Mannlicher Model 1895 Austro-Hungarian troops carried a very similar weapon to their German allies. The Mannlicher Model 1895 was another long bolt-action rifle with a straight pull mechanism. The integral five-round magazine was filled with 8mm ammunition.

It was an effective, reliable weapon that was widely used in southern and eastern Europe and was influential on later weapon design.Source:*Christopher Chant (1986), The New Encyclopedia of Handguns. I was listening to the 70's channel on the way home from work on my Sirius/XM and they happen to be playing a string of Disco hits in a row and this song came on and I found myself grooving to the song on the way home.

   "Boogie Wonderland" is a 1979 disco hit song by American R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire, featuring The Emotions. Released as a single on March 20, 1979 by The American Record Company and Columbia Records, The song was certified Gold by the RIAA on May 29, 1979. "Boogie Wonderland" was written by Allee Willis and Jon Lind, and recorded by Earth, Wind & Fire. It was included on the album I Am.

It is regarded as a classic of the disco era, peaking at number 14 on the disco chart. On other US charts, "Boogie Wonderland" peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.[embedded content] "Boogie Wonderland" was written for The Emotions - cousins of Earth, Wind, & Fire's lead singer - and was commercially successful, selling over a million copies and being certified gold in the US (until the RIAA lowered sales levels required for certified singles in 1989, a gold certification was awarded for sales of one million units) and gold by the British Phonographic Industry for selling over 400,000 copies in the U.

K. I have spent besides the weekend working, spending the time with the Family and real world stuff, and I have a recalcitrant kitchen fan I am dealing with.  Hopefully I will finally get the problem fixed on Monday.  It isn't the fan that is the problem, it is the box in the ceiling, the screws holding the brace is pulling out.  I also am watching "The Running Man" and I used to watch this movie all the time in the barracks in the 80's but haven't watched it in years.

...This movie screams "The 80's". especially the hair style.. On a different note, I have heard that the FBI will finally start investigating the Clinton Foundation...I don't have hope though, I think the corruption in the FBI runs too deep, especially the higher ranks And  North Korea has been ratcheting the rhetoric  and I heard that the South Koreans caught a Chinese ship delivering oil to the North Koreans despite the UN Embargo.

    And finally Iran is having another "Arab Spring", apparently the White House under Trump is treating this differently than the Obama White House did. I am hopeful that the results will be different this time because the Iranians under the Mad Mullah's have been stirring things up in the Middle East.  Iran wants to be THE Regional player in the Middle East. They want to wipe Israel off the map, their QUD forces are responsible for many American deaths from IED and their variants and they have passed their skills to the locals.

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