to connectVideoHawaiian police have reportedly arrested the protesters are protesting against the construction of the telescope
Self-described as native ‘protectors’ of Mauna Kea, Hawaii’s tallest peak, and an area in which some of the natives consider it a sacred site, is said to have been arrested because of their peaceful opposition to the construction of the $1.4 billion Thirty-Metre Telescope.’
Fake it ’til you make it.
A man brought in his expensive vision of a visit to Hawaii to live without spending a dime, by creating a funny video of himself to explore and enjoy the best of the best from the Aloha State… sort of.
On Thursday, Twitter user @Aanthonyy07 took to the social media site to share a creative project on a virtual trip to the Hawaiian islands. The 52-second clip has already massively viral on Twitter, with millions and millions of views to date.
“I can’t afford a trip to Hawaii, so I’ve got one,” he captioned the clip.
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In the video, which appears to be computer-animated, de Los Angeles, a man will begin at the airport, and taking selfies on a plane, before it burst out in excitement at the arrival in the Hawaiian islands. While the “if” @Aanthonyy07 lounges, poolside, jumping cannonball-style into a pool and pretending to be surfing the internet, with the titular character from “Lilo & Stitch.” Later on, the man takes the practice of yoga, will burn on the lava, hula dancing, and relaxing at the beach.
The feel-good clip, but it is enough to set to the melody of the song “Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride” by Mark Keali’i Ho’omalu, of Disney’s hit 2002 animated flick “Lilo & Stitch,” in the Aloha State.
A lot of social media users rushed to applaud @Aanthonyy07 of the invention, and fuel economy.
“Do I know you’re pockets are feeling pretty good about this trip,” a commenter to be broken.
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“@HawaiianAir to hook this guy up with a trip of a lifetime”, another one shouted.
Others, meanwhile, have been more skeptical of a Hawaiian man, in response to the state of overtourism is concerned.
“I know, a tropical vacation sounds great, and for everyone else. Currently, native Hawaiians are trying to save Mauna Kea from the defile,” and a user can be prevented. “The government has made the decision to steal from this holy mountain of my people, to the creation of a monstrosity of an instrument.”
Another user shared a screen shot of a protest scene, in which the image of “what is going on in the state of Hawaii.”
In spite of the criticism, @aanthonyy07 to look on the bright side of things.
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“Thank you so much for saying all those nice things and love to have a good, positive energy. I’m glad I got you to smile!” in the video, the star online, said on Friday morning.