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Island Air to shut down after 37 years

Island Air is shutting down.

The airline announced Thursday it will end operations as of 12:01 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017.

Island Air’s last flight will be flight #449, scheduled to depart Kahului (OGG) on Friday, Nov. 1,285 more words


Trump's Brief Twitter Outrage Prompts Cheers, Concerns

Some cheered and others raised concerns when President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, a mouthpiece for the U.S. presidency, mysteriously went dark for a few minutes this week. 867 more words

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The Simpsons -- Prohibition

Springfield residents are clamoring to re-enact prohibition in town, but the City Council feels like the positive externalities outweigh the costs associated with alcohol. The County Clerk finds an old law for Springfield ordinance that actually outlaws alcohol. 21 more words


Popular Gaming Site NeoGAF Shuts Down Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

NeoGAF, popular gaming forum that has been ripe with controversies over the past several months, has shut down. The owner of the site, Tyler Malka, is facing sexual assault allegations and apparently, has decided to shut down the site and move on. 98 more words

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Bye Bye Shrewsbury 🙁

The ever-bustling bakery, known for it’s Shrewsbury Biscuits, Choco-Walnut Cake and Wine Biscuits among other things, was started in 1955 by the Irani family. No trip of mine to Pune feels complete without a visit to the legendary Kayani Bakery. 160 more words

Fantage Under Attack!!

Melanie3580 here. Are you having trouble signing into fantage? While on the log in page, Fantage released a statement that they’re under a DDos attack! Which will cause issues while logging in. 71 more words

The Left-wing playbook for taking down an influential political player — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

It seems to me there are three nuclear level plays used by the Left when attempting to shut down influential new media like Breitbart and Whaleoil and a “dangerous” individual like Milo Yiannopoulos and Cameron Slater.

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