Starting with a bang
PUHI — Erika Kleinfeld of Pacific Fireworks said people are just waiting to get out of this year as she opened the doors to the shop at the Hokulei Village Shopping Center Saturday, the first day fireworks and firecrackers could be sold in Hawai‘i.
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Are they allowing any Display fireworks this year on Kaua’i? Aireal fireworks. The kind that goes 350 feet in the air to 600 feet in the air. If so, where are they having it? And who is making it this year?
People complain about being unemployed on island, yet they spend hundreds of dollars on these ridiculous noise makers so they can act like children for a night! What a waste of money.
Grow up and spend the money on something that lasts longer than one second, like maybe your children’s future…… or maybe save it??
You will give back those fireworks and for a refund? Very good. Some people feel the his way. The coronavirus. If you get sick on New Year’s eve, there’s no doctor around to help you out. Face mask are worn for a purpose. To keep out the virus. Fireworks isn’t going help out the situation in a pandemic.