I’m convinced that some kind of Mission Impossible shït happened, and a nuclear explosion was narrowly averted, saving Hawaii, but they don’t want the public to know and this is the cover up story.
@I Are Lebo, stay right where you are
@I Are Lebo, pfffft.. You believe there's a Hawaii?
@Kamojoe, awwww shít it came full circle
@I Are Lebo, I'm currently in Hawaii. Can confirm, we're all actually dead
@Kamojoe, lol there is a Hawaii. I was born and raised on the island of O'ahu on the Leeward side in the city of Kapolei. Unless my whole life was a lie like the Truman Show.
@I Are Lebo, There's a conspiracy theory that is going around. A rumor from whoever people's in the air Force said that there was an actual attack from a sub. We shot down the missile, intercepted the sub, and destroyed the sub. The whole false alarm thing is a cover up to make sure the public doesn't panic further. So I've been told
@Diabolik, Aloha from Maui!
@Diabolik, are you familiar with Whateley Academy?
@LilPuppyOfDOOM , hey, if someone actually attempted to nuke us, and it was stopped between the time the people in the blast radius were warned and the time of detonation, that’s absolutely what the government would do to prevent widespread panic.
To be honest, the most practical decision in the event of a nuclear attack would probably be to not warn the populace at all. Let’s be realistic, with a 15 minute warning, 99.99% of us would be entirely incapable of getting to a shelter capable of saving our lives, and the widespread panic would cost enough lives that the ‘kindness’ of letting us say goodbye to our loved ones would pale in comparison.
Which I also don’t really get. If my entire town was going to get wiped off the map and it was unavoidable, I’d really rather not know in advance. The suffering of the anticipation of death would be worse than the actual death.
@GabbyGlasses, Aloha kakahiaka to you my friend! I've only been to Maui a few times in my life but how I remember it it's such a beautiful place. For those who want to come and visit our wonderful islands, go to Maui to relax and chill. If you're a city slicker and want to visit the club scene, go visit O'ahu! Stop by Fusions night club in Waikiki for an awesome time!
@I Are Lebo, Whately Academy? I can't say that I do...*goes to Google and research that*
Hawaii. They're still standing. Except the guy who pushed the button boi. He probably was fired
@Salem, nah, not fired. He was reassigned
Half the state is still freaked, and a few hundred kids will likely need therapy.
The joke here is that Hawaii was on high alert because America though someone had launched nukes with Hawaii as the intended target, it only lasted for about an hour though
At first i thought it was a WWII joke but now I’m not so sure
@WickedStyx, there was a missile scare on Saturday caused by some dumb fück hitting the wrong button. Then it took 38 minutes for the automatic alert to officially be retracted.
Hahah, i get this totally hahaha
@Duncan5769, there was a text that people received saying that there was a ballistic missile heading towards Hawaii and that it was not a drill. Turns out it was sent on accident but people still freaked out
@Trumpetier06, wait, a text from who?
@Duncan5769, someone with a finger on the states SMS broadcaster which put a message on everyone's phone stating to take cover because of inbound missiles or something like that