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As my status says, I am not on Bebo, Facebook, Myspace or any other forums sites or MSN. I do not keep hidden accounts and if you talk to someone who says they are me elsewhere, you are being fooled. I do not communicate with anyone on those sites. I use this page and our site only. Sorry if you have been fooled. Hi to all who leave messages. I do read them all. Sorry I do not have time to respond to everyone


Can You Afford To Live In Hawaii ?

Hawaii is pretty well known for being an expensive place to live. The average monthly income is roughly $50,000 per year while housing costs average around $500,000. To afford a home in Hawaii you would have to make a minimum of about 120k a year according to recent estimates. So its pretty obvious Hawaii’s high cost of living stems from a high ratio between income vs housing costs. But its not only housing that is expensive in Hawaii, everything having to do with day to day living puts a hefty burden on anyone who calls Hawaii home. Hawaii is not only number 1 in the cost of real estate its second to no one in food, beverage and gasoline costs. Hawaii of course claims the top spot in overall cost of living. Food is a hot commodity in Hawaii shockingly there is only roughly a week’s supply of it. The cost of food is 150% higher than average. All this makes living in Hawaii a worse proposition than visiting it. Cost Of Living In Hawaii General Stats Median Housing income- $84,000 Average home- $500,000 Electricity- 16.73 kwh Gasoline- $3.00 per gallon Gasoline Tax-$31.8 per gallon Diesel Fuel Tax- $41.5 Sales Tax- %4 Cigarette Tax- $1.60 per pack Income Tax- 1.4% -8.5%

Hawaii 23rd Safest State In Our Union

Hawaii ranks 23rd for crime safety
Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

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Hawaii is the 23rd safest state in the nation, the latest annual analysis of crime statistics shows.

Hawaii also ranked 23rd last year, according to the report from CQ Press, which bases the ranking on an analysis of more than 500 crime categories. The rankings are determined on a per-capita basis.

New Hampshire is the safest state, the report shows. Nevada is the least safe.