On war games, water and traffic
Thank you, editors, for the Forum, October 10. Loved your letter, Rev. Hafner. Keep them coming. A suggestion: Why don’t we play war games in Hawaii? Create a new spectator sport. Attract war game fans. We could sell tickets.
The entire world, I’m sure, would be left speechless, and maybe if we got out of North Korea’s front yard we could speed up a peaceful diplomatic response.
I’m sure we wouldn’t want North Korea playing war in our front yard. Nuclear bombs in our laps wouldn’t be much fun, either.
Thank you for the column, Ken Taylor. Next time remember a most important factor: The quality of the air we breathe. Attention all drivers and passengers trapped in these nasty exhaust-belcher jams: While stuck in traffic you might want to hold your breathe.
Also of interest, Samuel Clemens said, “Whiskey’s for drinkon’ Water’s for fighting’ over.” More cars, more people, more filthy air, less water. No water? We don’t have a limitless supply of water or fresh air. Period. End of statement. Vera, let the idjit’s parrot — Coulter — speak. All she does is reveal the ignorant idjit admirers who believe her. That’s why he loves believers.
Bright minds find answers. How many people, how many vehicles, can Kauai support? How much water is available? I’m sure the numbers are there. Numbers we can’t argue about.
Run for office, you guys. You’ve got supporters. Bettejo Dux Kalaheo