Category: Kaua’i Poll

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If you could eat only one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Lish Millare Hanapepe, Blogger and very soon-to-be mom “King crab legs with garlic butter. It’s pretty much the key to my heart.”             Garren Millare Hanapepe, Owner of G’s Juicebar “Coconuts. Besides tasting great, I get to eat the meat as well as drink the water.”         […]

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Did You Vote In The Primary Election? Why Or Why Not?

LeeAnn Lumsden Wainiha, Semi-retired “Yes, I voted — every vote counts.”             Tobey Kelekoma Kapaa, Customer Service “No, I didn’t vote. It was tough because I had to work. But I will vote in the November election.”             Dave Keener Wailua, Owner of Broke Da […]

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Are you an early bird or more of a night owl?

Nathan Spinelli Jack of all trades, Kapaa “Totally a night owl. Unfortunately, I have to work early mornings.”         Aimee Sexton Barista and all-around coffee person, Wailua “Night owl. Very much so.”             Maria Romero Massage therapist/owner of Body Wellness Kauai, Koloa “I’m a morning person. I […]

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Is the glass half full, half empty or something else entirely?

Judy Capertina Baker, Wailua “It’s something else. Half full is too stagnant, and things are looking positive, so the glass seems like it’s filling up.”             Samantha Smith Barista, Kapaa “There is no such thing as half empty!”               Daniel White Home inspector, Kapaa […]

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If stuck on a deserted island, what one thing would you want with you?

Michelle Bagano Realtor, Kalaheo “I asked a guy this question once. He said he wanted a car door. That way he could roll the window down when he got hot.”             Shealynna Ringor Student, Puhi “A manly man. He would be good to have around to get stuff done, get […]

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What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

Ammocha Thepass Sculptor, Anahola “I had kangaroo when I was in Australia.”               Sean Smull Chef at Oasis On The Beach, Kapaa “Seasoned crickets. They were sour cream and onion flavored, like the potato chips. Crunchy and delicious!”               Gabe Thayer Landscaper, Wainiha […]

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What do you like about going to the beach?

Susan HandleyHanalei Hanalei, Fashion Company Owner “Spending time with the water and ohana”               Scott Clifton Hanalei, Surf Instructor “The surf. It’s the way of my life. I get grumpy if I don’t get out there”               Dusty Zeitz Kilauea, Server at the […]

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What do you think is the greatest invention since the wheel?

ED SANCIOUS Kapaa, Photographer “The printing press, so everyone can have books.” MARGY PARKER Kalaheo, Public Relations “The ones and zeros of binary code. It led to so many things including the internet.” JACK GARDNER Moloaa, Retired Art Director “The camera, like the Fuji X100s that I happen to have on me right now.” CASEY […]

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What was the best thing before sliced bread?

RICHARD DIAMOND Princeville, Owner of www.Heart-BeatOfKauai.com “I think the best thing was the light bulb.”               DENISE GREEN Kapaa, Teacher “The best thing before sliced bread was breathing.”               CHE GRAVES Wailua, Teacher “French fries!”               ANDREW […]

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What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

Siri Shauad Kapaa, CPR/First Aid Instructor and Chef “Be a philanthropist and give money to people in need.”             Christina Lagdameo-Romano Moloa’a, Yogi, Farmer “Be a professional dancer, like ballet.”             Shmaya Rosenthal Wailua, Artist and Musician “Travel the world playing music with my daughter.” […]