Hoo wow lau lau, dat was one mean alarm clock dis morning!

Hope all you guys is ok…

8 Responses to “Earthquake”

  1. Dean Says:

    Scared the crap out of me….no really I was on the toilet! Not a pretty site to say the least.

  2. Kirk Says:

    Bruddah James – I hope all is well!

  3. Kent Says:

    When I lived in Hilo, I used to feel earthquakes all the time. Try experiencing one living in a high rise. Pretty hairy! Plus my electricity didn’t come back until 1:30am!

  4. jodi Says:

    hope you’re well. You know they’ve been predicting Hualalai (sp?) for an eruption for the last twenty years. Hope it’s not waking up.

  5. Reid Says:


    Being closer to the epicenter of the quake than we were (here on Oahu), I hope everything is OK with you and your family.

  6. James Says:

    Dean your comment totally cracked us up!

    Kirk, thanks braddah! We were fine… lucky thing Hilo wasn’t hit too hard… unlike kohala side.

    Kent, that would be scary! lucky thing my apartment is only 2 stories high and we stay on the 1st floor.

    jodi, that’s the first thing i was thinking.. but it seems that’s not the case for this one.

    Reid, thanks for visiting! Sounds like you’ve been doing a lot of travelling and very busy… I’ve been really busy myself. I wish I had more time to post more :(

  7. Pomai Says:

    Dean’s comment is quite hilarious. He physically experienced the literary sense of the phrase. lol

    In all my life living on Oahu (over 30 years), this recent ‘quake was the very first I ever felt and experienced.. anywhere. We were up 12 stories in Waikiki, where it was like a side-to-side swaying sensation. Not jolting, but actually kind of smooth, yet very noticeable and a bit hairy, not knowing how much worse or often the ground was gonna’ shake. We’re all very fortunate a major Tsunami wasn’t generated. Amen.

    James, hope you get a chance to take that camera back out soon and capture some new grindz spots around the BI!


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