Wednesday, February 29, 2012

What About This?

I keep trying to bring the blog into the present... does this work for you all?

If I Only Had A Miata!

Welcome To Idaho

Master Lee Has A BROTHER!

Sunday, February 26, 2012


Well NOW It All Makes Sense!

That's A Lot Of Dolphins

Turkish Ninja! Quality TV

Bollywood VS Reality

Some Big And Strange Puppets!

Miata Drivers... Always Finding Trouble!

If You Like Nice Cars...

Box for Android, iPhone, iPad, Your Laptop... They Are ALL Connected

As you’ve probably heard, we’re giving away 50GB upgrades to new and existing Box Personal users who log in from any Android phone or tablet in the next month. With all that extra space for storage and sharing, Box for Android users can easily collaborate with colleagues on business content from anywhere, especially given the slew of new features we’re adding with today’s update (v1.6) to the app.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Dangerous Huashan Hiking Trail in China

Everything you could possibly want to know about this trail can be found HERE.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Just Now In Waikiki

Every Friday night at 7:45PM!

Not my video but this is what we saw. The sound of this echoing through the hotel buildings was UNREAL!


Around The Hotel

People, It's JUST A CAR!


Remember The Wing-suit Guy?

Yea, he might have come a bit too close to the side of Table Rock in Cape Town, South Africa!

Don't worry... he's fine!


Polynesian Cultural Center

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

A Beautiful Wednesday!

Two Tank Dive On The Sea Tiger

The Sea Tiger shipwreck did not go down with pirate treasure, or in the storm of the century, or even attacked by kamikazes. This intentional sunk shipwreck peacefully slipped under the waves in 1999. The history of how our favorite shipwreck Sea Tiger, became a wreck is quite interesting.

In 1992 know then as the Yun Fong Seong No. 303, it was caught smuggling 93 illegal Chinese immigrants. It seem Harbor master was trying to hail the ship but there was no answer, just the vessel barreling to the pier.

The five crew members severed various prison terms in what immigration officials say was Hawaii's largest seizure of illegal immigrates. The Justice Department seized the Yun Fong Seong No. 303 and sold it at auction.

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society bought the ship for $40,000 in 1993 and planned to use it to harass and ram fishing vessels that lay drift nets. The Yun Fong Seong No. 303 was to be renamed UN Resolution 42/216, after the United Nation resolution that bans drift nets. The society's plan fell through and the Yun Fong Seong No. 303 ended up selling it in 1994 to a Vietnamese fisherman who renamed it the Sea Tiger.

The Sea Tiger kept repeatedly leaking oil and fuel into the Honolulu Harbor which led Hawaii Coast Guard inspectors to severally fine the owner on several occasions. Eventually they siege the vessel were it was abandoned at Pier 40.

The state was planning to tow the Sea Tiger 12 miles out to sea and sink it until Voyager Submarines bought it in 1997 for $1. It took Voyager two years of paperwork and $250,000 in cleanup and preparation costs to get all the approvals from the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, health department, U.S. Coast Guard, and the Army Corp of Engineers. They spent $100,000 just getting rid of 100 gallons of fuel and oil left in it. Voyager is no longer in business and only scuba divers frequent the Sea Tiger shipwreck now.

This 189-foot Oahu ship wreck rests in 123 feet of water is the deepest recreational scuba diving shipwreck in Hawaii. This Hawaii ship wreck offers penetration through its cargo holds, inner cabins, engine room, narrow passageways, and stairwells of the ship.

White Tip Shark.

Halona Blowhole

She would not follow me in?