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On Randy Rustick

* I had written an article about him which he didn't seem to appreciate so I was hoping that I could go to the source and ask him his opinion about various matters. So far he (and I think it is him since his IP address is from Fairfax, Virginia) has told me that he will write an email to me. Hopefully I will have a chance to ask him some questions since it dawned on me that 1) I should go to the source and 2) this man was found not guilty in Hawai'i and 3) I should "interview" him and post his opinions on one of my websites which will be really popular one day (LOL) More importantly, just as I would want to be given a chance to respond I would like to give him an opportunity to respond then post it for others to read. I mean... the man was found not guilty in Hawai'i but I still think that Hawaiians with Haole Names and/or looks have an easier time.

How do I know? I'm a Blonde Hawaiian with a Haole Name (first and surname). My middle name is Hawaiian so it's difficult to tell that I'm Hawaiian though a few people where I live have guessed that I was Hawaiian LOL I really think it's because I look mixed, Asian with Haole and that many people mistakenly think that correlates to being Hawaiian. It does not. It's in the iwi or "bones." That's why to say "Hawaiian" in Hawaiian is "oiwi" or... "OF THE BONES." I know... difficult concept for some to understand but some reading may help.

Anyway I hope he agrees to an interview. Laters!


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 1st, 2005 11:06 pm (UTC)
I agree
I am reading your blogs. You crack me up. I have had offers from Good Morning America, the Washington Post, and others for interviews. I declined them all, mostly because this was a nightmare my family and I wanted to leave behind us. I am agreeing because... literally, I have read many of your "ravings" and.... you crack me up. Plus, this nightmare for my family and I is finally past us.
thirdly, in turns of heritage and upbringing... I am as Hawaiian as it gets. So it is funny to see people label me as the "Haole" that got off... even before they know me.
Fourthly, I am VERY interested WHO made the post about my heritage. I have seen something similar on other websites. It would be interested to know who knows sooooo much about this apparant "Haole"...
Mar. 2nd, 2005 12:16 am (UTC)
Re: I agree
Is this Randy Rustick? If so... usually local people "get" my sense of humor. Anyway I am still working on the email to you since there is so much I want to say. By the way has the New York Times contacted you yet? It would surprise me if they did not because it's interest on the federal level regarding that case as well as you being one-fourth Hawaiian. (I don't like to use the fraction but I use it because it shows some of your heritage.) I've read the New York Times and I havent come across an article about you or even about your experience (then being found not guilty.) I've read about you but the local papers in Hawai'i haven't asked you for your opinion OR if they have you probably didn't respond. Anyway I'm still working on that email to you and it's taking me awhile to finish.
Mar. 2nd, 2005 12:47 am (UTC)
"Easy Time"
I look forward to your email...
I appreciate all humor...
Anyway.... as far as you having an "easier" time because you are "haole"...
Listen.... you don't have an easier time because you are haole. Based upon the pics you have posted... TRUST ME!!!... Having an easier time has NOTHING to do with being Haole; rather, it has more to do your sex appeal. If I looked like you when I walked through the airport security and they found a blade, they woud have rolled a red carpet to the plane for me. Unfortunately, I'm at the shallow end of the pool when it comes to sex appeal. So, I just have to rely upon the integrity of the justice system. In this case, it worked out for me. However, I shutter to think about what would have happened to this "haole", if I were found guilty and was still in jail. There were plenty of "men" eye-ing me up when I walked into general population.. Can you say... "more lube please?"
Humor asside... I REALLY shutter to think of what would have happened to my wife and 4 children... thats what made this whole experience scarry... Haole or not...
Mar. 5th, 2005 04:13 am (UTC)
Re: "Easy Time"
When I read about you... not one source mentioned that you are Hawaiian. I don't trust the local papers (in Hawai'i) at all. They print many anti-Hawaiian material then they didn't even mention that you are of Hawaiian ancestry. Instead I found out from someone else that your grandmother is from Kauai and that she was Hawaiian.

On top of that the people at the airport probably thought you were haole and I know how they can treat haole people there. Anyway I sent an email to you and so far you've responded. I will wait til you are done.

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