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  • Your flight may cost about $1500 or so for two, unless you are flying first class, then its duuble that. My guess is that you plan on visiting 2 or 3 islands and staying on them also. SO add about $100 for each of you for flights between island. Rooms in Hawaii are very expensive; expect to pay $250 a day or more, unless you get some type deal. The last time I went I used Sheratons and joined their club which gave a 35% discount. Beach hotels are always more than those a few blocks from the beach. SO my bet is you can expect to pay about $3500 just for rooms. Add another $2000 for flights and a bout $1,000 for attractions and about $2,000 for food and you are close to $7500.00 for top of the line accommodations and expenses.
  • Go to Expedia.com first, and it will show you the hotels, and the airfare. Then take at least $10,000 with you, you never know what you may want to do while you are there!! Best wishes to you and your future spouse!! To answer your question, "tourist season" is whenever there are tourist....365/366 days a year...there are tourists in Hawaii thruout the whole year, there are hotels right across the street from the beach, some are 4-5 stars, there is the Outrigger Reef on the Beach (but it is a 3-star, the Waikiki Beach Marriot Resort is a 4-star, and located across the street from the beach, and it has feather beds!! Get a room on the 27th floor (partial oceanview room) and you will have an amazing view of Diamond Head!! The Hyatt Regency is a four star; The Royal Hawaiian, The Sheraton Waikiki, The Kahala Hotel and Resort (5-star),Turtle Bay Resort, Go to Expedia.com, type in the dates that you want, and it will take you to the hotels, there you can find the star ratings for each hotel, and whether they are located on the beach or right across from the beach.
  • Well my Father-In-Law told me that when they came to my daughter's 1st Birthday Party in Hawai'i he spent a total of 8,500$ something for the week in half that they stayed in Hawai'i. So I'll be saying you would be spending bout that much maybe even more since it is your Honeymoon and you want to make everything special. Congratulations and Have a wonderful time in Hawai'i.
  • if you choose your on lodging instead of travel agent or a hotel you will save a fortune...check out this site www.vrbo.com and rent owner direct 1 bedroom-10 bedroom on the beach or off...this site shows pricing, availabilty and pics...good luck
  • For hotels, if you dont want to stay in over crowded Waikiki try the Ihilani. This is where many celebrities stay at when they come here and nobody knows theyre there! Its extremely beaytiful, right on the shore. http://www.ihilani.com/
  • I am a travel agent, if you were to come to me I will go to these sites http://www.gogowwv.com username is myboymc@hotmail.com password is 0128888 after you log in click on "price and book a vacation" I am giving you access try it or http://ref.iliit.com/agents/page.asp?sit... or even http://www.rhoda.joystar.com fro cruises Good luck. Just give it atry even if you are not booking
  • Don't do it. Believe me don't do it, Go for a holiday, don't get married or you'll be paying for it for the rest of your life.
  • $10K seems about right.
  • i can help, just went to hawaii(Big Island) last thanksgiving...you DONT have to spend alot of $-- but it depends greatly on where you are going--- as far as lodging, i found a place on craigslist(under vacation rentals) for about $300 for 7 nights--somebody rented out there guest house to me--so i basically got my own apartment for a week rather than a small hotel room--there are tons of people renting out their timeshares/guesthomes.etc in hawaii so dont feel you have to pay huge $ for a hotel..as far as activities---sit on the beach, swim at the beach, buy or rent snorkeling equipment and do that every single day you are there-- its an otherwordly experience, go to a national park(depending on what island) big island had Volcano national park--utterly amazing(when was the last time you walked thru a volcanoe crater still smoldering from an eruprion?)--visit all the different "colored" beaches--green sand beach, black sand beach, white sand beach, etc---again all are amazing, you'll never see anything like that again in your life--here's the best part, all these activities i just described would cost you about $50 -75 including snorkel rentals, park admission,etc, and you will have the time of your life......everything i described is for the Big Island, if you stay in waikiki you will not get away with as much...
  • That can vary greatly just depending on the island you stay on. Hotels vary greatly as well. Even the car you rent (or choose not to rent) will make a difference in price. Flying from MI will cost one person $500-800 RT depending upon the time of year. Plan on spending a minimum of $4000 for airfare, car, hotel, and spending money. On that budget you won't be doing too many touristy things like a luau, dinner cruise, snorkel boat trip, scuba diving, etc., but there are plenty of things to do in Hawaii that are cheap or free.
  • Im not gonna do grunge/option reason it takes to long for me haha Punk (a number of those are grunge yet genres can go over ok) a million)Absynthe-The Gits 2)2d pores and skin-The Gits 3)Bruise Violet-Babes in Toyland 4)Breed-Nirvana 5)Tourettes-Nirvana 6)a pair of female-Nirvana 7)Silver-Nirvana 8)Been a son-Nirvana 9) Chain that Door-Mudhoney 10)Into Yer Shtik-Mudhoney 11)Into the Drink-Mudhoney 12)London Calling-The conflict 13)i like F*cking-Bikini Kill 14)Reject all American-Bikini Kill 15)I wanna be sedated-The Ramones people/people rock a million)purple Moon-Nick Drake 2)arising Roses-Elliott Smith 3)final call-Elliott Smith 4)between the Bars-Elliott Smith 5)Angel in the Snow-Elliott Smith 6)hurricane-Bob Dylan 7)Mykonos-Fleet Foxes 8)My,My,howdy,howdy (immediately)-Neil youthful 9)upward push-Eddie Vedder 10)Suite:judy blue Eyes-Crosby Stills Nash&youthful 11)Chicago (we are able to alter the international)-Crosby Stills & Nash
  • i going to Hawaii in a few days with my fiancée everything is paid and i lost my id but i have a Mexican passport can i use that to go and come back to California where i live? i have a check book,credit cards and a casino gaming state issue work badge with my photo along with my Mexican passport since i am Mexican born but live in California my whole life can i use those as ids
  • If you are going from one state in the United States, (such as California, where you live) to Hawaii, another state in the United States you do NOT need a passport. You only need a passport when you leave or enter this country.
  • you don't need a passport BUT I believe you will need a drivers license to check in at the airport or at least a state issued ID. If you are a legal resident of CA you should have one of these things. If you're not, and you are a Mexican citizen, then you WILL need a passport because technically you will be leaving Mexico to go to Hawaii. I would call the airline to verify what they will accept.
  • You need a U.S. government issued photo ID. I don't know if your Mexican passport will work. They may think your an illegal immigrant, which you probably are! like all the other rest. GET OUT OF OUR COUNTRY ILLEGALS!
  • 53000 is low pay for a nurse in hawaii,,,,my brother makes over 70000 a year in CA
  • should be okay.
  • There is none. Been to Hawaii 4 times and wish to move there. The only obstacle is finding a job that would pay enough allow me to live there. Hoping to find people that live there and possibly have some knowledge to what the jobs pay a fair wage. Fair wage being 10-20 hr. looking to get my cfl class b with air brake to drive bus there. It's a start
  • This is my standard answer that I give. There are good things about living in Hawaii and there are some not so good thing about living in in Hawaii. Living here is not a 24/7 vacation there are no grass shacks on the beach. I say this because people come here expecting it. And when they find out the truth they go back to the mainland disappointed and complaining about Hawaii. Don't come here to be homeless. it is illegal and annoying.Have money saved. Oahu is the most populated. There are areas where it really crowded. And other areas where it less crowded. The weather great it does not get bellow 60 degrees. Hawaii is expensive. Ninety percent of everything is shipped in this is the main reason it cost more. Gas prices are in the high three dollar range. Visiting Hawaii is different then living here when you visit you don't pay rent or utilities. Right now our unemployment rate is quite high . If you want to work in tourism it good to know another language. With out an college education you will need to work more than one minimum wage job to survive. Our Public Educational system is lacking. It goes way beyond the Furlough Fridays. Hawaii is just as safe as anywhere else maybe safer. That is not to say Hawaii does not have crime. One of out biggest problems is with illegal drugs .We have everything the mainland has except for a few restaurants and stores. The water that surrounds us does not make much of a difference. No Daylight Savings Time we never move out clock forward or back. We have an excellent bus system on Oahu. If you are willing to take the time then it will cut down on gas costs. You can have car but you might want to take the bus most of the time and use a car only when really needed. Right now gas is in the mid to high three dollar range. I have seen gas at $3.49. Hawaii is one of most culturally diverse place in America. We have several cultures here. Hawaiians being the most obvious. We also have a diverse Asian population; Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, Thai, Vietnamese (sp?). All these culture differ. And it is best if you learn the differences. If you love food Hawaii is one of the best places to be. Due to our many cultures we have many different kinds of food. Try them all. Since we have many different cultures in Hawaii there are many set of "rules" all of them slightly different. Make an effort to learn. When you make an effort to learn the the differences then you will be accepted. There is racism in Hawaii, racism is everywhere. Some of the racism is aimed at Whites. Racism at White is not all that common so you will get Whites saying that all Locals and or Hawaiian are racist. That is not true. The Locals and Hawaiians who are racist toward Whites tend to be racist against other cultures. Racism is not right. But it does exist. Not everybody who lives in Hawaii is Hawaiian. To be Hawaiian to must have Hawaiian blood. Or be of Hawaiian ancestry. If you are like me and have lived in Hawaii all their life but have no Hawaiian blood you are considered a Local. Do not call anyone in Hawaii "natives" if you have to say Native Hawaiian. We also have a dialect of Pidgin Creole English. Or it is called Pidgin for short. This language was created during the plantation days. We had workers from all over Asia and the Pacific they all spoke different languages and the needed a way to communicate. So a new language grew and was created.There a some who hear Pidgin an the equate it with lack of intelligence. Do not do this! Then there is what can be called "Rock Fever" some people tend to feel trapped because they can't drive anywhere else but Hawaii. There is no way you can drive into another state. If you need to fly home to the Mainland then 1) take more time because you have to fly over an ocean first. 2) Will cost more because you have fly home.
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  • In Hawaii will energizes you the fresh, floral air energizes you. The warm, tranquil waters will refresh you and the breathtaking, natural beauty renews you so now is about the time to know this amazing place, starting from with hotelbye because look around! There’s no place on earth like Hawaii. In Hawaii, the six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveller. In Hawaii you will discover your ideal travel experience. Waikiki is one of the Hawaii islands and is the Hawaii's biggest tourist attraction. A suburb of Honolulu, Waikiki is easy to reach and offers all the amenities and entertainment of a modern city. At the end of the crescent shaped beach is the extinct volcano known as Diamond Head Crater, adding a spectacular backdrop to the incredible sun drenched beach.
  • House to the State Capitol, Honolulu could be the vibrant epicentre of Hawaii and a city worth visit, as you will dsicover with hotelbye . In Honolulu you'll find everything from old landmarks and treasured monuments to world-class shopping and a flourishing arts and culture scene. Home to nearly all Oahu's citizenry, the sprawling town of Honolulu spreads through the entire south-eastern shores of Oahu, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world famous Waikiki. Pearl Harbor is one of Honolulu's biggest tourist attractions. Although it is home to the Navy's Pacific Fleet, readers can take a tour to start to see the USS Arizona Memorial, and the USS Missouri.
  • For the most part, high paying jobs are the same everywhere. Doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc. Entrepreneurs can make big bucks, but more businesses fail than succeed. Generally, in order to command a high paying job, you will need a lot of education, or a great idea, some financial backing & a lot of luck..
  • More background would help--like why you're moving, period. You're probably going to have to take whatever you can get wherever you can get it. If you want something decent paying go to medical school.
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  • All the hotels offer laundry service, but the price will be 2X or more than what you would pay if you went to a regular laundry cleaner. I commonly pay $2.50+ for a pair of socks to be washed, same for underwear, $5+ for a shirt to be washed and pressed, $7-$10 for trousers. Rates are extremely variable, with the general rule that the nicer the hotel, the higher the prices. There will be a folded laundry bag in your closet with a checklist for you to itemize your clothing to be washed. Rates are listed on this form. You then call the housekeeping department on the phone to come pick up the bag. There is always an additional surcharge if you want same-day service, otherwise they will have your cleaning ready for you the next day, delivered to your room. A lot of the beachside resorts seem to have a retractable clothesline in the bathtub, perhaps to wash your swimwear, but something to consider is that clothes can take a lot longer to dry in the humidity of the tropics than they do "back home" (unless you are from Florida or Houston). I would call the resort you are staying at and ask the price for laundry, and whether they have a retractable clothesline in the bathroom. Low and mid-priced resorts may also have coin-operated laundry rooms, although most upscale resorts will not. And finally, if you have a car, there is laundry service throughout Maui, check the phone book when you get there, some will even pick up and deliver to the hotels!
  • definite, 6 human beings can flow to Hawaii for 10 days in the event that they're already residing on the islands and flow stay with friends and kinfolk for the period of their "holiday." in any different case, whether you're flying from between the extra affordable originating cities, you're in all hazard no longer flying even 2 human beings around holiday for that, no longer to point protecting an entire relatives of 6 human beings for 10 days with inn and nutrition and each thing to boot. no longer even close.
  • Unless the military has really become overly generous, they will pay for your transportation from your Germany duty station direct to Hawaii (which is part of the US). This is called Port of Call to Port of Call. If there has been no change to the above policy, any vacation time you take will be at your own expense. That being said, it may be possible to take "circuitous (sp) travel" in which you would fly Space A at a higher priority than others. It would get you to the coast (or further) in CONUS. There are three "main" Space A points - Travis AFB, Ca; St Louis Mo; and New Jersey, NJ. In the past, this had to be pre-approved by your higher command HQ. Check it out with your personnel section (the section that issues the transportation orders). This applies to your dependents as well, if any. This option may be more available now than in the past due to the war. Check it out. Might save you lots of $$. If you are Air Force, it is likely that it will be easier to link into Space A. LtCol, USMC - Retired.
  • Hawaii is likely one in all the coolest places interior the international, as properly the certainty that each thing is extra high priced and that's warm for all time. each defense force personel might opt for to be stationed there. you're able to be ecstatic. and particular i understand alot of marines that have enjoyed it there, some that have had too a lot exciting and have been discharged. yet those are youthful adult men.
  • So I live in Honoulu, Hawaii and I got my car towed. I was getting take out in a restaurant and it took me two minutes. Since there was no parking I parked where there were a lot of other cars cause I thought it would be fine. However when I came out after I got my food my car was being towed however it was still on the property. It was a private property parking lot. The driver was driving and I went up to the toe truck and asked if my car could be put down. He told me no and that I had to go to the yard to pick it up. I'm not the official owner of the car as I was using my parents car, but the towing company didn't know that when I asked them to put my car down. So I looked up the towing laws and it's says, “If the vehicle is in the process of being hooked up or is hooked up to the tow truck and the owner appears on the scene, the towing company shall unhook the vehicle and shall not charge any fee to the owner of the vehicle.” So we went to the yard and at first the man there said people told him not to release it. We told them that that was the law but they said since it was moving they could take it. We called their bosses and they released the car but we had to pay $160. We after called the cops and they said even if they're still on the property but moving they have to release the car. So my dad went back and then they said okay and then they said since I'm mot the official owner of the car and my dad is then they could take it. So what do I do?
  • You're "two minutes" is obviously not correct, unless the tow truck just happened to be sitting waiting in that exact parking area to ambush you. Print out the law, and print out the form to sue them in small claims court and fill it out: http://www.courts.state.hi.us/docs/form/... Take them to the towtruck office and show them to the manager. Tell him he can either refund your money or your next stop is to drop off the form at the courthouse. Even if he wins the case, he will lose a day's work sitting in court.
  • Your story is PHYSICALLY impossible. Even if you parked so that the tow truck didn't need to move to hook you up, it takes more than 2 minutes to physically hook up your car. That said, you ADMIT you were parked in a no parking area. That alone is enough to make you liable for the tow fee and storage.
  • So, just to get this straight, the tow truck pulled up, hooked up your car and was driving away all in two minutes. Son if you can't tell us the truth why should we bother helping you.
  • TRUST me you were in the restaurant more than 2 minutes and yes you have to pay the towing and storage fee
  • I have a credit card with $7750 limit with a few others around $3000. A friend would like to use my card to book a trip to Hawaii for $6000 but she's good for the money and will pay me back in cash the same day. Would it hurt my credit score simply because of the fact that the purchase is going beyond 30% of my credit limit?
  • Not if the card is paid off before the due date. Just make sure you have the cash in hand before you book the trip for your friend.
  • I am also a loan officer and hopefully I can shed some light on your question... I believe the loan officer you were speaking to is incorrect(or their program is incorrect). Paying off your credit obligations, especially credit cards with large balances, reflects positively on your credit bureau, your credit score, and your overall credit health. There are 2 reasons for this. A small part of your credit score is based upon your debt to income, and your revolving credit usage. What this means: If your debt is less, the stronger you are financially and the stronger your credit score will become. Your revolving credit usage is how you use your revolving credit. Revolving credit is a credit account that is typically evergreen(meaning it is good forever until the bank decides to close it or you close it), you use it, pay it down, and you're able to use it again. A revolving credit account is a credt card or a line of credit. So if you have a credit card with a 10k limit and have a balance of 1k, you are a hell of a lot better off than someone who has a 2k credit card limit and a balance of $1500. Even though they owe more, you are better off because you are using only using 10% of your limit while the other individual is using 75% of theirs. Given my experience, she(or her program) is incorrect regarding how your credit score will be affected negatively. Honestly, no one can say how your credit score will be affected other than FICO(Fair Isaac Corporation), as their systems determine your credit score, and to be quite honest, credit score is NOT everything these days. Banks review your entire credit file to deterime your credit worthiness. Credit scores are primarily used to deterime what interest rate you will receive(highest credit score obviously receives lowest rate). But if you are concerned for your credit score, I do have a service I recommend. The website for the service I listed below I use personally. It is meant to protect your identity(monitoring your credit 24/7, which does not one bit affect your credit file or score as you are by law allowed to monitor your own credit), however it also has a few nice additional features, including a credit score simulator. The credit score simulator feeds in your current credit bureau and scores, you tell it what you intend to do with your credit, and it will project how your credit score will change. So you can tell it you plan to pay of X dollars in debt, and it will tell you more or less what your credit score will be afterwards. As I was stating, no one can determine how your credit score will change, but recently I purchased a new truck(financed), and I used the credit score simulator to see how exactly my credit score would change, and it was only off by 3 points! On a side note, I do recommend this service to all of my clients, but there is a $1 introductory fee for the first month. If you end up keeping the service it is $15.99 monthly. I don't receive any type of discount(despite the amount of times i promote the service, pfft), and I can tell you it's well worth the price. You're obviously concerned for your credit score so I suggest you give it a shot, if anything get the 1st month for $1 and cancel afterwards!
  • Since you intend on paying it off, don’t over analyze this. Make the purchase for your friend as you’ve planned. If you are sure she’s good for the money, and have the funds in hand on the day you make this purchase, you will be fine. What gets reported to the credit bureaus is your balance on the last day of your billing cycle. As long as you bring down your balance before then, there will be no indication that you made a large purchase.
  • If this is your scheme to possibly boost your credit rating, forget it. If it's your friend's idea, REALLY forget it. Paying it off the same day or anytime within the grace period, will not affect your rating at all. You will be paying "as agreed." Paying over months might help your rating, but will cost you interest. The only possible reason to do this would be to score some reward points. but unless you get your friend's cash up front, I'll probably be commenting to you again in the Law& Ethics section! RJ
  • Credit score is affected by your payment history and pattern -over time-. Making a large purchase and paying it off the same day will have virtually no effect. The score considers if : - you make your payments on time each month - you carry over large balances from month to month, If you are doing neither of those things, your rating will gradually increase as you use your credit and build a history over months and years.
  • That would actually boost up you credit. Paying back in the same month will always help you credit grow, But you will be to pay the interest on it too. If she has the money why doesn't she just pay it herself?
  • No. So long as you pay on time, there's no impact. In fact your score can go up if you dont pay off all the balance (but keep up with payments).
  • Unless you are prepared to write off the $6,000, ask to see and count the money BEFORE they 'swipe' your card :-)
  • nope, that's what the cards are for. Get the cash upfront from your friend so there is no misunderstanding.
  • If you pay it back it will actually help your credit.
  • Workers comp has a "waiting period" before lost wages kick in. In Hawaii, the waiting period is three days - so your doctor must keep you out of work at least four days, for workers comp lost wages to kick in. An employer CAN require you to use your sick days, if you're out three days or less. Four days or more, workers comp should pay.
  • Another HI question! 2 in a week! Most states have a waiting period that you must go through. HI is one of the states have has a 3 day waiting period. For instance if you got hurt today and didn't finish your shift on Monday, than Tuesday and Wednesday would be your 3 day waiting period. Other states are different with their waiting period, such as if one person finished their shift on Monday than Tuesday would be their first day of waiting period. Now the question is how many days did the doctor took you off work? Was it from the first day of the injury? How long? More than 3 days or less than 3 days? If your off from your date of injury and off for 4 days and go back to work on the 5th day than your paid for one day of lost time. If you return back to work on the 4th day your not paid at all. If you miss more than...7 days, i believe thats the law in HI, than you'll be paid for your 3 days plus your current off time. So in a way your employer can tell you to take your sick days or vacation day to get paid. But if your missing more than 3 days than by law your entitled to temporary total disability (TTD). The state of HI only allows the insurance company to pay you .6667% of your average weekly wage. You can always talk with your adjuster regarding this. They should respond to you quickly because it's time sensitive.
  • Worker's Compensation does not cover the first week you are out.then after it covers 60%.
  • probably... idk, but Workman's comp doesn't pay any where near as well as sick leave... actually I think your employer is being generous in this as I don't think they have to allow you to use sick leave for an at work injury...
  • Hoooly!!! 54... Don't be suprised if you have too, but I'm not sure maybe if you're getting really good grades they'll let you pass. Maybe do some "homeschooling" in Hawaii to keep up with things, it'll suck but pay off in the long run unless you don't wanna graduate with your friends...
  • As a earlier commenter stated, some thing you've going for you is that you're moving once more beneficial -- for that reason, ought to you do make a range to maintain him back, his friends may be none the wiser and easily so receives rid of a minimum of the ruthless teasing that youngsters are geared up of. That reported, even although no longer between the quite a few children will understand if he's been held back, he will understand. And even if or now no longer he sounds like he's a failure relies upon a delightful deal on the way you manage the project. in spite of the way it truly is presented, children regardless of the actuality that equate being held back without longer being sensible sufficient ... now no longer the pleasant self-photo to have. i'd be prepared to bypass the summer season tutoring course, myself, in basic terms from what you've cautioned us. yet you do ought to believe your own thoughts about this, after taking a careful look on the finished alternatives, once you concentrate on that no human being is accepted with of your son which contains you do -- including the teachers. it truly is fairly the base line.
  • Why don't you ask the Army that question - they are the ones who either will or will not do it. In any case, you MUST look at the import requirements for bringing a cat into Hawaii. Please read all of the information provided on the page below. Take it seriously, or your cat may have to spend up to 120 days in quarantine. It might also be denied entry. http://hawaii.gov/hdoa/ai/aqs/info Edit: Ooops - got that backwards, sorry. It is clear enough in your question. But, the gist of the answer still applies - only in reverse about animal import requirements for Germany.
  • probably about $500 at the minimum. things are expensive there. it really does depend on what you plan on doing. we are going to hawaii in 28 days (yes im on the count down!! lol!) and my husband says he wants to have $1000 saved for spending momey while we are there. we will be there for 12 days.
  • If you dont want to eat off the dollar menu at mcdonalds I would bring around 500 bucks. the person who said 200 must love double cheeseburgers.
  • 1 or 2 million dollars
  • EHH ID SAY ABOUT 200... :D THAT SHOULD COVER DRINKS MEALS (SNACKS) AND LIL REMINDERS
  • Type out some sort of bill, make it look legit and set it on the counter. The bill would be everything YOU owe her like: -Buying my first bike (50$) -Christmas every year (??$) -Clothing expenses (??$) Stuff like that. Then at the bottom something like "Hopefully, you realize how thankful I am that you've been such a great Mom for the past (???) years. And hopefully, these tickets to Hawaii will pay my dues. Happy Mothers Day!" :D
  • Put a parking ticket on her car with the tickets taped underneath. Have the reason for fine "For being the best mom in the world". How peculiar! She will think, only to realize there are tickets taped to the bottom. Her mood from the moment she sees the parking ticket to when she finds out they're plane tickets will skyrocket so high.
  • We are trying to make ends meet, but this 5% pay cut & paying 50% of the benefits, when HMSA wants a hike from consumers. As a clerk, how about living on 940.00 take home pay per paycheck, and living in Hawaii. Governor Abercrobie and HGEA came out with this deal. What do you think? It seems that the Hawaiian Electric, Water supply, HMSA(medical) get there way with increasing their rates, but as a consumer and working for the Hawaii State Government we are just taking the short end by living on less and less. I know everyone suffers, but try being on the lower end of the pay scale. What would you do to make ends meet? Esp. groceries & putting food on the table.
  • Move to a cheap apartment which will be shared with 3 other people. This will also divide the electric as well(though not by 4). Cancel cell-phone and cable TV. Cancel land-line phone. Downgrade internet to very cheap service or cancel. Sell TV. Sell desktop computer. Use laptop via wifi hotspot to get access. Coordinate with friends and family for other cheap living options. Cook food at home in large quanities and use leftovers for additional meals(so you only cook every couple days). Take a part time job(gas station or supermarket maybe or somewhere with good side-perks). If you can't cut it, you can always move to a cheaper area/state. But, assuming you get paid once a week, 940 * 52 = 48880 take home. Sharing a 4BR in Honolulu would be 500 per month. Food should be less than 100 per month with electric less than 100 per month. so... 700 per month * 12 = 8400. Leaving you with 40,000 per year for booze and hookers.
  • you recognize how they say some thing like "We fell into one yet another's arms?" that virtually actually occurred with my mom and dad. My aunt grew to become into shifting out of my grandparents' homestead, and her buddy helped her flow, and he knew my father, and so my father went alongside for the experience while my aunt's buddy helped her flow, and my mom grew to become into tagging alongside for the experience, as properly, and while my mom have been given interior the decrease back seat of the vehicle, my father grew to become into already sitting there together with his arm out and resting on the decrease back of the seat, as though it grew to become into an arm relax, and my mom ended up sitting the place my father's arm grew to become into prolonged out. So, my mom and dad met interior the decrease back seat of a motor vehicle, with my father's arm around the place my mom sat down.
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