Letters: let us test if gambling shall work for Hawaii; I choose to fight for life and take the vaccine; TMT …

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I choose to fight for life and take the vaccine (he gave me, and for the doctors He provided me*) I am thankful for my faith in God, thankful for the country and family. I will be therefore thankful that We never really had to fight in a pugilative war, nor my husband or my children.

My only war is against evil and this coronavirus, which I’ll willingly fight. I choose life and take the vaccine gladly with regard to my entire life as well as others.

Judith Thomas-Benito

Kapolei

TMT provides a glimpse of miracles of world

Ever I always looked to the sky and wondered what the universe looked like.

The since I was a youngster first pictures were that is amazing many various forms and colors. Really that is wonderful

Now I wish for the completion of the Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea to see what is beyond the pictures we have seen to date.

It is estimated to take 10-11 years before it can be operational and completed.

Will We be alive to witness with an incredible number of other folks? Shucks, we shall be over 90 years old!

Gilbert Horita

Ala Moana

Let’s test if gambling will work for Hawaii

We need some type of gambling, even if it’s just scratch-offs with the prize money no more than $50,000. That way nobody will forego mortgage payments to strike it big.

What the Legislature tells us is that the social individuals of Hawaii are way too reckless to carry out gambling, that each other state is smarter than us as well as its residents are wiser with their cash.

We can take to a test amount of 2 yrs, or before the economy recovers, to see if gambling in Hawaii operates efficiently.

Or will Las Las vegas up its ante to sway the nay vote?

Lee Scruton

Kailua

Keep CARES Act money circulating locally

If we keep carefully the CARES Act cash circulating around in Hawaii’s economy, we won’t need to be worried about brand new companies or tourists that are returning

So everybody, please try to avoid sending your money out of state.

Regina Gregory


Makiki

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