No Telling! In Hawaii it used to be a fishermans place now it's all polluted

by lono

No Telling! Respect the Local Spots

No Telling! Respect the Local Spots

~ Submitted by Lono

People like you that like to reveal secret places in order to make money or buy stuff from your site is wrong.

Not everybody is into glass.

We had some beaches for fishing of 3 generation of fishermen used to go to our secret some chananigan has revealed the place and we now have tourists and other weirdos digging here and there with no respect.

We are local, so our places have to stay local.

KEEP IT QUIET!!! A treasure hunt is a treasure hunt.


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Mar 04, 2013
the world changes
by: Anonymous

Sorry your beautiful fishing spot is now polluted. But nothing stays the same.

In this world today it is Me Me Me. No respect is taught therefore no respect is given.

I apologize for all of those who don't care.

Feb 21, 2013
Old days
by: Jake

Some people remember when the Pipeline was a secret surf spot, look what happened.

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