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WARNING!!!! BAD TUNA T-SHIRT DESIGNS ARE BEING SOLD BY OTHER SELLERS WITHOUT PERMISSION!

There are so many eCommerce websites being created just to make a quick buck by stealing and selling other people's designs or products on their website. The list below is just a few that are selling our Bad Tuna T-shirts with no rights or license agreement from us.  Majority of them appear to originate from China or some other foreign country. So, be wary or careful about buying any products from these sites as they come and go all the time. And unfortunately, you might end up with bad quality or a defective product that you can't return for a replacement...

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VISIT MOLOKII (CHINAMAN'S HAT) ON OAHU

Mokolii, also known as Chinaman’s Hat of the locals because of its shape. This small island is a popular spot for taking pictures on Oahu’s windward coast. It is located at the north end of Kaneohe Bay, offshore of Kualoa Regional Beach Park. The photo below is an aerial shot I took with my drone on our recent home visit in Oahu. It's a beautiful place and experience for visitors to stop by to take pictures or to kayak to the island.  Click here for more about Chinaman's Hat.   

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HAU'OLI LA MAKUAKANE !

Hau'oli La Makuakane (Happy Father's Day) to all you dads. Enjoy your day! Us dads will do the same here in Pupukea, Hawaii.  Aloha!

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MAY DAY IS LEI DAY IN HAWAII

Aloha, ohana! May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii where we celebrate the aloha spirit and the giving of the flower lei of various beautiful flowers from the islands. It is unknown when the tradition of giving lei began; it was believed to be a custom with the original Hawaiians, who presented lei of nuts, seeds, shells, leaves, and flowers as offering to the gods  The celebration begins in the morning of May first every year and continues throughout the entire day and even continues onto the next. So, if you're in Hawaii in May, join the festivities on any of the islands. It is a statewide celebration...

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TOURIST TIPS IN PIDGIN BY ANDY BUMATAI

Here are a few tips for tourist before visiting Hawaii. The kicker is it's in local pidgin presented by comedian Andy Bumatai. Funny as ever, but he puts in a way any tourist will understand---I think. LOL! Perhaps I'm a bit bias because I can speak pidgin too. Anyway, click here and learn from Andy.  Live & Die Aloha!

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