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A computer-system outage grounded Southwest Airlines flights, causing delays for the second day in a row

Southwest Airlines flights were delayed on Monday night as well due to a technical glitch. Stephen M. Keller/Southwest Airlines Southwest Airlines grounded flights on Tuesday due to an issue with its computer systems. Customers complained about delays on social media. The airline experienced a similar computer glitch that delayed flights by hours on Monday. See more stories on Insider's business page. Southwest Airlines was hit with another system-wide computer outage on Tuesday, fo...
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Kristin Kobes Du Mez – Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation Paperback

Kristin Kobes Du Mez – Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation Paperback The “paradigm-influencing” book (Christianity Today) that is fundamentally transforming our understanding of white evangelicalism in America. Jesus and John Wayne is a sweeping, revisionist history of the last seventy-five years of white evangelicalism, revealing how evangelicals have worked to replace the Jesus of the Gospels with an idol of rugged masculinity and Chr...
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‘The Boys Season’ 3 Reveals First Look at Jensen Ackles as Captain America-Inspired Hero Soldier Boy

The Boys, a show everyone seems to love except me, is currently filming its third season. That third season will introduce a new character from comic series that inspired the show: Soldier Boy, a Captain America-like figure played by Supernatural actor Jensen Ackles. The first official look at Ackles as Soldier Boy has been released, giving us a look at the costume Ackles will be wearing as he takes on the character. I checked out of The Boys midway through the first season, but I know I’m ...
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The Boys Reveals First Look at Supernatural's Jensen Ackles as Soldier Boy

For season three, Amazon’s The Boys is diving into its past and there is no past without Soldier Boy. As was previously reported, Soldier Boy is being played by none other than Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles; in the world of the show, he was basically the original superhero, long before the Seven were a thing. Now we’ve…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Soldier, Supernatural, John Wayne, Steve McQueen, Jensen, Television Shows, Jensen Ackles, Eric Kripke, The Boys, Payback, Television Series, Laura Jean Shannon, Ackles, Greg Hopwood


Soldier Boy: First Full Character Reveal of The Boys’ Original Superhero

After over a week of teasing the first full live-action reveal of The Boys’ newest Supe, Soldier Boy, the wait is finally over. The character, portrayed by Jensen Ackles (Supernatural), is the original superhero in the world of the massively popular Amazon Prime Video series. After the Supe fought in World War II, he became the first super celebrity and a mainstay of American culture for decades. Joining the mayhem in Season 3, which is currently in production, you can check out the first look ...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, Amc, Action, TV News, Streaming, Seth Rogen, John Wayne, Steve McQueen, Comic Book, Amazon Prime Video, Variety, Amazon Studios, Evan Goldberg


Why did the jet initially take a pass on landing at John Wayne Airport?

Q. Mr. Honk: On May 27 I was on a flight to John Wayne Airport. It was a 737 Max, and I was excited to have an experience with this marvelous airplane. During the flight from Denver, everything was going very well.  At about 7 p.m. during the approach to JWA, I was looking out the window and from what I could guess we had passed the I-5 Freeway and were descending normally. Then I noticed the aircraft started gaining altitude. We passed over the airport. My assumption was that because of Santa A...
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How to attract women like crazy with your smile

A Guide to Using Your Smile to Attract Women What red-blooded male hasn't at one time or another dreamed of having a magic wand? A wand which would instantly turn you into the most charming, irresistible hunk of manhood this side of Robert Redford. Or perhaps a word or phrase that you could utter to create a magical, sensual effect on the woman you're talking to. Or maybe a particular behavior, such as snapping your fingers, which would instantly fill any woman you wanted with feelings of infa...
Tags: Dating, Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, James Dean, Robert Redford, Don, Don Juan, Clint Eastwood John Wayne


Pearl Harbor Is the Greatest Guilty Pleasure Movie of All Time

The title of this article should actually end with an ellipsis followed by “aside from Armageddon, Bad Boys II or any of the Transformers films.” Yeah, I’m a sucker for all things Michael Bay. The man makes entertaining movies flawlessly designed for the theater-going experience. I freely admit I saw Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen four times when it was released in 2009, and even uncharacteristically defended it against Roger Ebert’s vicious, though on point, attacks. From a critical persp...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Ben Affleck, Armageddon, Michael Bay, Tim Burton, Action, Roger Ebert, Arizona, Kate Beckinsale, Memorial Day, Tokyo, Miami, John Wayne, Oklahoma


Memorial Day travel by Southern Californians will increase 64%, most going by car

Southern Californians will be traveling this Memorial Day weekend in large numbers, buoyed by sharp decreases in coronavirus cases, increased vaccinations and spurred by pent-up demand from 15 months of safer-at-home orders, polls show. More than 2.8 million Southern Californians will take a trip, a 64% increase over the same period last year when the pandemic was in the early stages, the Automobile Club of Southern California is predicting. “Travel is back in a big way,” said Marie Montgomery, ...
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Studio City’s redeveloped Shops at Sportsmen’s Lodge are set to open in early summer

A new upscale dining and retail center that replaced the former Studio City’s landmark know as the Sportsmen’s Lodge is set to open early summer after a multimillion-dollar makeover. Located at the corner of Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Ventura Boulevard, The Shops at Sportsmen’s Lodge will become a “welcoming oasis of laid-back luxury” that will woo studio executives, foodies and tourists from nearby Universal Studios Hollywood, according to the center’s owners. Multiple tenants, including Civil...
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The Rogue Aviation experience takes you to new heights in Orange County

Rogue Aviation gives a unique look at the Southern California skyline The last year has kept many people inside their homes, but now that 2021 offers new hope and opportunities, the Rogue Aviation tours is an experience that should be on the top of your list of things to do. When was the last time you took an aerial tour around the city via helicopter? Chances are, no time recently. Rogue Aviation has been able to keep its doors open the last year with many changes to keep the tours with small ...
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How the Atlanta shooting shows the dangers of American evangelicalism's trademark "purity culture"

Flowers adorn Gold Spa, where activists demonstrated against violence against women and Asians. Megan Varner/Getty Images Temptation and "sex addiction" feature heavily in evangelical rituals and beliefs around gender roles. A mythical "heroic masculinity" underpins evangelical ideas on men and sex. No evidence links impulsive sexual behaviors with mass murder, experts say. See more stories on Insider's business page. For four days, as the country tried to parse the latest mass shootin...
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The 5 best can openers in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky A quality can opener will last you for years or even decades.If you need a new one, the Made in USA Can Opener is our top pick as it's simple to use and cuts well. We've also selected efficient and high-quality electric, manual, and portable can openers.Can openers are an essential part of every kitchen. Yet, from your dollar store find to high-end options at department stores, there are a lot of terrible can openers on the market. Fortunately, with a l...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Cooking, Usa, US, Trends, Features, United States, Buying Guide, John Wayne, US Army, Kitchen Tools, Home And Kitchen, Shelby, OXO, Hamilton Beach


Mouseguns, Then and Now

A frequently-encountered fixture at the gun store is the crusty old dude leaning on the counter...it doesn't matter if he's leaning on the employee side or the customer side, he's there somewhere...and intoning that all these new-fangled nine millimeter pistols are silly and calibers don't count for self defense unless they start with "four". Given the persistence of this hoary myth, where did all those .38, .32, and even .25 handguns come from back in the good ol' days? For starters, dispe...
Tags: Hollywood, Guns, America, History, Ford, Clint Eastwood, Smiths, John Wayne, Smith Wesson, Tam, Teddy Roosevelt, Port Arthur, Daniel Defense, Old West, John Browning, Dodge City


Covid: 'Irreplaceable' Bury police officer dies aged 49

PC Jonathan Wain, who was nicknamed The Duke after actor John Wayne, had been an officer for 17 years.
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Akira Kurosawa Appears in a Rare Television & Tells Dick Cavett about His Love of Old Tokyo & His Samurai Lineage (1981)

There was a time in America when you could sit down in the evening, turn on a television talk show, and hear a conversation with Akira Kurosawa. That time was the early 1980s, and that talk show came hosted, of course, by Dick Cavett, to whom no cultural current — and indeed no culture — was too foreign for broadcast. With pictures like Rashomon, Ikiru, Seven Samurai, and Throne of Blood, Kurosawa established himself in the 1950s as the most acclaimed Japanese auteur alive, with prominen...
Tags: Google, Japan, Television, Film, College, America, West, Tokyo, Akira Kurosawa, John Wayne, Dick Cavett, Seoul, George Lucas, Hayao Miyazaki, Hiroshima, Suntory


John Wayne Airport finally lands a direct route to Hawaii

After a nine-year hiatus, a direct flight to Hawaii from Orange County is returning to John Wayne Airport. Beginning Saturday, travelers can start booking summer flights from John Wayne Airport to Honolulu aboard a daily United Airlines flight. The daily route, according to an announcement by the airline, is scheduled to depart SNA daily at 8:30 a.m. and arrive in HNL at 11:30 a.m. The return flight leaves Honolulu at 12:50 p.m. Hawaii time and lands at 9:10 p.m. in Orange County. United did not...
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Hypocritical Giffords ‘Only One’ Throwing Stones from Glass House

Once again, the gun confiscation lobby wants to blame all gun owners for the negligence of a few. (TSA Blog) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “Action must be taken to curtail carelessness among gun owners,” a Monday Las Vegas Sun editorial urges. “Last week, the Transportation Security Administration announced that McCarran International Airport ranked among the top 10 U.S. airports where guns were found in carry-on baggage or improperly packed last year.” “Throughout 2020, TSA caught approximately ...
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Miranda Richardson's teenage obsessions: 'I rescued a kestrel and became fascinated by birds of prey'

With the release of her new film Rams, the actor remembers her love of westerns and John Wayne, playing male parts at her all girls’ school and the thrill of frightening humourI grew up in Southport, Lancashire, with a cinema about 50 yards from my house. So Saturday mornings were spent with The ABC Minors: the Saturday cinema club with the theme song set to the tune of Blaze Away by Abe Holzmann, a red ball bouncing over the lyrics so you could sing along. Continue reading...
Tags: Film, Abc, Theatre, Culture, Stage, John Wayne, Laurence Olivier, Miranda Richardson, Southport Lancashire, Abe Holzmann


Viral sea shanties on TikTok exposes America's broken copyright system

Sea shanties going viral on TikTok show what is broken about our copyright law. DEA/Biblioteca Ambrosiana/Getty Images The sea shanty craze on TikTok shows how exciting it is when a wide range of creators can collaborate to build something entirely new.  But most copyright laws weren't designed with social platforms and virality in mind. Rightsholders have lobbied for longer and broader copyrights that provide the basis for high-profile lawsuits that threaten to limit the "creative space" ...
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Grieving has been difficult for the family of Sarah and Payton Chester, who died in last year’s helicopter crash with Kobe Bryant

Grieving has not been easy for the family of Sarah Chester and her 13-year-old daughter Payton, who were among nine passengers killed in last year’s Jan. 26 helicopter crash that also took the life of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. As the one-year anniversary of the day approaches, Sarah Chester’s brothers, Andy and Chris George, and their mom, Catherine George, remember a kind soul in Sarah, and someone with a future as bright as the sun in Payton. And though a year has near...
Tags: News, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, John Wayne, Kobe Bryant, Local News, Sarah, Chester, Chris, Lakers, Southern California, Andy, Alexander, Ntsb


‘The Marksman’ Review: Liam Neeson Saves a Mexican Boy From Cartel Slaughter in a Feel-Good Action Road Movie

There have, on occasion, been terrific dramas built around the relationship between a crusty adult and a spiky kid. “True Grit” (1969) was good, with the firebrand tomboy Kim Darby a perfect foil for the aging cowpoke John Wayne (and it was a more memorable movie than the Coen brothers’ remake). “Paper Moon” (1973) was […]
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Someone added lyrics to THE MANDALORIAN theme song

Here are the delightfully self-aware (but a little too long for an intro) lyrics: VERSE 1Here's a man in an Beskar suit Who's a walking armory Bounty hunting to just make do In the gig economy His name is on the show But we know who the star is (space flute) This puppet who's adorable and green Turned out to be a tiny cash machine VERSE 2 Through the dustiest worlds he rides Kicking ass and slinging guns Like a mystery cowboy type Hate to say, it's all been done He's just Clint Ea...
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The Big Pop (Setting Your Story in Motion)

“I always like to come up with—I call it the big pop. And the big pop is, How is the novel going to open? ’Cause if you don’t get that right it doesn’t matter what you write after that because no one is going to bother finish reading it. So the big pop is really […]
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CS Recommends: Kristen Stewart’s Underwater Plus Soundtracks & More!

CS Recommends: Kristen Stewart’s Underwater Plus Soundtracks & More! Stuck inside? Don’t know what to watch/read/play/listen to? ComingSoon.net has got you covered. In this week’s CS Recommends our staff kicks off gives you solid tips on the best media to consume during your downtime, including the sci-fi horror movie Underwater starring Kristen Stewart and more! Check out our picks below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
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A positive coronavirus test forces some John Wayne Airport air traffic controllers to quarantine

Operations at John Wayne Airport’s control tower have been cut back after some air traffic controllers were possibly exposed to an employee who recently tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said. One person’s positive test on Nov. 22 forced many of the airport’s controllers to self-quarantine and has resulted the tower closing earlier than normal each day, said Ian Gregor, public affairs specialist with the FAA. Through Sunday, there will only be two ...
Tags: News, Thanksgiving, Airports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, John Wayne, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, Southern California, Los Angeles International, Ian Gregor, Gregor, John Wayne Airport, Long Beach Airport, Top Stories OCR


Thanksgiving travel in Southern California to see biggest drop in 12 years

The skyrocketing spread of the coronavirus, combined with urgent pleas from health agencies to stay home, are curbing Thanksgiving holiday travel plans for many Southern Californians, experts say. Forecasts for travel in the region between Tuesday and Sunday, Nov. 24-29, call for a 14% decrease from last year, the biggest drop since the 2008 Great Recession, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California. “We expect that decrease might be even greater and we very well could see fewer tr...
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While Mahomes and Rodgers rallied, Kirk Cousins misses a chance for a clutch Vikings moment

Photo credit: Anthony Soufflé, Star Tribune There are few tools more useful in the tradition of quarterback mythmaking — that act of casting a passer as some type of John Wayne-esque alpha male who keeps his cool when the stakes are highest — than the game-winning drive. Joe Montana built his legacy on pristine statistics (11 TDs and zero interceptions in Super Bowls) and tales of his unflappability (as the 49ers were about to begin their game-winning march in Super Bowl XXIII, Montana, as the s...
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While Mahomes and Rodgers thrived, Kirk Cousins misses a chance for a clutch Vikings moment

There are few tools more useful in the tradition of quarterback mythmaking — that act of casting a passer as some type of John Wayne-esque alpha male who keeps his cool when the stakes are highest — than the game-winning drive. Joe Montana built his legacy on pristine statistics (11 TDs and zero interceptions in Super Bowls) and tales of his unflappability (as the 49ers were about to begin their game-winning march in Super Bowl XXIII, Montana, as the story goes, famously spotted comedian John Ca...
Tags: Montana, Washington, Cowboys, NFL, Drew Brees, Raiders, Chicago, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, John Wayne, Ryan Tannehill, Saints, Cousins, John Candy


Southwest just announced 12 new routes to leisure destinations like Hawaii and Mexico as it prepares to fly the Boeing 737 Max again — here's the full list

Southwest Airlines will launch 12 new routes in 2021. Carlos Yudica / Shutterstock.com Southwest Airlines is expanding with 12 new leisure routes across the United States and Mexico.  Savannah, Georgia and Sarasota, Florida are the focus of the expansion, with nine new routes to those cities. Hawaii and Mexico will see three new routes as Americans seek vacations in tropical locales. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Southwest Airlines is continuing a nationwide expansion...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Air Travel, California, Mexico, Planes, Trends, Chicago, Flying, United States, Hawaii, George Bush, Long Beach, Nashville, John Wayne