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BLAME HAWAII

As global condemnation of La Toya London's ouster on American Idol intensified, critics are looking at what role Hawaii played in the scandal. Specifically, did residents of the Aloha State jam phone lines in support of hometown girl Jasmine Trias? According to Verizon, Hawaii logged more calls during Idol's two-hour voting period than all of the company's 29 coverage states — with the exception of New York and California. In related news, the National Weather Center says there is a 90-percent chance that Hurricane Fantasia and Tropical Storm Diana will collide over Honolulu next Tuesday evening.

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As global condemnation of La Toya London's ouster on American Idol intensified, critics are looking at what role Hawaii played in the scandal. Specifically, did residents of the Aloha State jam phone lines in support of hometown girl Jasmine Trias? According to Verizon, Hawaii logged more calls during Idol's two-hour voting period than all of the company's 29 coverage states — with the exception of New York and California. In related news, the National Weather Center says there is a 90-percent chance that Hurricane Fantasia and Tropical Storm Diana will collide over Honolulu next Tuesday evening.