… because I moved halfway across the country for work 2½ years ago, but still like home - where I grew up and lived all my life, where most of my friends still live, where most of my relatives live, or close by, where I know the streets and places like the back of my hand, where I know most of the history of the surrounding towns and villages as well, where I know the people, where I try to visit as often as possible, where it FEELS like home - better than my current place of residence and I don’t mind telling people so.
Those of my co-workers who grew up here obviously don’t agree with me, but that’s their opinion and I respect that, as they do mine. Like the mature adults we are (or pretend to be most of the time in my case :).
But when you work on a show called Hawaii Five-0 you don’t seem to be allowed to voice your own opinion when it isn’t “Hawaii is most perfect place on earth and I don’t want to be anywhere else ever again.” or some morons will start a petition to get you removed from the show.
Not really feeling the ‘Aloha Spirit’ you are accusing Scott of lacking over your narrow-minded xenophobia and general hostility toward him, tbh.
Thankfully Scott doesn’t really give a fuck about this kind of stupid shit.