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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by HellsKitchenmanNYC, Nov 15, 2009.
The Associated Press says the beaches are shrinking!!! I'm plotzing just thinking about it! Oy
It's an optical illusion. The beaches just look smaller in comparison to his nekkid cock. :biggrin1:
As you know, my mom lives on the 16th hole at the Four Seasons on the Big Island. And nothing erodes lava.
It's a big not-to-worry.
Oh, and at least you could spell it the British way: Oi. :biggrin1:
No, wait. It's not like it's
njqt466 is packing her bags to move in with Nick8's mother. :smile:
Do they have four seasons in Hawaii?
:rofl: Yes, I believe they have spring, summer, hot as hades, and monsoon. :lmao:
There are only two seasons in Hawaii, Summer called Kau from May to October and Winter called Ho'olio from November to April. It's generally 10 degrees cooler in the winter months.
The seasons are a pretty constant Summer feeling with the occasional drop in temperature dipping into the cool 60's at night where the locals all pull out our heavy sweaters. I have a fire place so it's fun after living in sub zero winters in the Northeast, to be able to say " Oh Brrrrrr, it's so cold we better start a fire and snuggle up."
To answer the question by the OP it is a problem that is causing a great deal of concern. The same thing is happening to Hawaii's beaches as they are in Long Island, weather conditions and global warming are causing severe beach erosion. The experts are finding the man can not easily fix the wrath of nature.
Hawaii's Official Tourism Site -- Weather in Hawaii
Despite the fact that she votes with her pocketbook, she's a social liberal and she's always wanted a black daughter-in-law. So, you're in like Flynn.
They don't, and that drives New England mom crazy and compels her to come back every so often. It makes her nuts that the days never get any longer there: sunset, on the Equator, rarely varies from about 6:00 to 6:30.