21 Burst results for "Nike Store"

"nike store" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"And nothing happened. You fell in the train, you didn't have to worry about getting robbed, mugged and even during Bloomberg because Bloomberg actually pretty much Bloomberg was the smartest politician at all because he said, you know what? This is all working. Let me not touch anything. I'll make some minor changes here and there. I really don't really knock on effect anyone's life. But as far as quality of life issues, I'm not touching a thing. And he allowed everyone to thrive and prosper and do their jobs. And then de Blasio stepped in and said, oh, this is doing great. Let me screw it all up. You know? And then on top of it, he screws it all up and then he blames everybody else for it. On top of it, right? Yeah, it's unbelievable. Nothing's over his fault. He no, if this is wrong, it's because Trump did it. Donald Trump had nothing to do with this. Well, I was still Trump's fault. So I mean, you've got all this going on. And then you don't vote for someone who is going to come in and clean the problem up. I mean, that's why I said, I wish I had an answer for you because it was almost like, do you want crime? Or do you want peace and prosperity? And everything else that comes with it. You know, you've got businesses. You've got people moving out of New York State and going elsewhere. And that's the biggest shame of all. And I think what's scary Zeke and I'm going to quote your tweet here and I'm just going to go on a rapid fire session here of a bunch of little things that we're going to come together here. But these crimes, by the way, are still on a pack of gum from the store, right? It's not, hey, I went and stole a pair of Nikes from the Nike store. These crimes are violent violent crimes a lot of them that people like Kathy hochul don't really care about, right?

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"nike store" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Yeah, and I can't speak for all of them, but that was definitely a real force that sort of socialist stratification. Where are you from? Are you first generation college? Or third generation? Do you come from a long line of free black folks? Or have you just come from Alabama last year? And now you're trying to make it. And try to be one of us. And so colorism and class ratification exists everywhere. And part of the second part of the book is pulling back to see these other social forces that are affecting Carney. He has a bad background. He's darker skinned. And how does he navigate this hoity toity privileged world? Can you talk about how Harlem has changed from the time the novelist set 59 to 64 to now? Because I imagine you spend a lot of time in Harlem while you were writing the novel, even though it has changed. Yeah, I mean, you know, location scouting and finding places for cornea live, that was a great fun thing to do. I lived in Harlem. And so I was about 6 on a 139th and riverside, so my first New York is a very Gritty dirty New York. But for research, I would go back to newspapers and there are books about the hotel Theresa. And then also, you know, if you go to YouTube and put in 1960s Harlem, some amateur filmmaker from back then has uploaded his reel of walking down a 125th street. And in 64, 67. And for me, I look at all the signs in the background. I'm like, oh, okay, a hamburger was 35 cents, or what kind of hat is that? And then I research what kind of clothes they're wearing. And so when I compare the footage of just some guy walking around with this camera to what I see now and those tiny storefronts are now big box chains. It's Chuck E. Cheese, big Nike store. Magic Johnson theaters. The footprint of retail is quite different.

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"nike store" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on WTOP

"Out of your old stinker. Reese's. Reese's. Peanut butter cups. At that breathy one sounded very creepy, am I right? This is WTO news. Two 53. There's new fallout from House speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan. China says it's canceling or suspending dialog with the U.S. on a range of issues. It's the latest in a series of steps intended to punish Washington for allowing the visit to the island Beijing claims as its own territory. The Chinese foreign ministry also says it's suspending cooperation on things like criminal investigations and climate change. Meantime, Taiwan is also carrying out threatening military exercises in the 6 zones of Taiwan's coast. Israel has launched a new series of air strikes in Gaza, Palestinian officials say at least 8 people are dead, 40 others wounded. Israel says it's responding to an imminent threat after days of tensions following the arrest of a senior Islamic Jihad leader in the occupied West Bank, Israel had closed roads around Gaza earlier in the week and sent reinforcements to the border as it braced for a revenge attack. The mall of America reopened today as police search for two people linked to the shooting inside the suburban Minneapolis shopping complex. The gunfire sent shoppers running for cover yesterday, but Bloomington police say no one was hit. The local police chief says it all started when two groups started fighting in a Nike store. One group left but two people returned and one of them fired three rounds into the store. Some people sheltered in place, others simply ran. Amtrak is facing new scrutiny and questions and it's not about service. Some may say the pay is off the rails. Amtrak's top executives received 6 figure incentive bonuses last year. Their biggest payouts in years. Despite the services criticized performance and week ridership because of the pandemic. 9 top Amtrak executives received a bonuses of more than $200,000 each. 6 executives received such bonuses in 2019. CBS correspondent Jim Crow says last year's payouts came when the federal government made its largest investment in passenger rail service since Amtrak

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"nike store" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Others. An assault weapons ban passed in the house last week, now David and others will turn their efforts to the Senate for planning another trip to D.C. in September. A 25 year old woman is dead and more officials say a suspect is in custody. The woman has not been identified. This happened near an apartment complex in the 500 block of Twilight drive. A spokesman for the city of Morris. Morris police department received a 9-1-1 call in responded to a shooting in the 500 block of Twilight drive. As soon as you get there. Authorities believe the suspect left the area in the victim's car, but he didn't know is that license plate readers have been tasked with the plates of that car. He was stopped and then taken into custody near Joliet. Police say they're still looking for the gunman and one other person in a shooting last night at the mall of America, Bloomington, Minnesota police say there was a confrontation between two groups at the cash register of the Nike store, one of the suspects fired a pistol into the crowded store, incredibly no one was hit, the mall will reopen today with increased police presence. Arizona senator kyrsten sinema has agreed to support the Democrats inflation reduction act. The bill has new spending for healthcare and climate change among other things, cinema says she agreed to the bill after several changes to tax provisions. Her support now gives Democrats enough votes to pass the bill if the Senate is allowed to pass it under reconciliation. The final bill is expected to be unveiled on Saturday. The United States has declared a public health emergency to bolster the federal response to the outbreak of monkeypox. We lead the world with more than 7000 confirmed cases New York has the most followed by California than

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"nike store" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Welcome back to the Oscar Tatum show ladies and gentlemen, follow me on social media. At the after Tatum, follow me on rumble. I'm everywhere. Everywhere, everywhere you at, I'm there. Just put in office to Tatum, you'll find me. Breaking news developing right now in the mall of America is on lockdown due to a shooting. Now, I know some people would like to imagine that this is another active shooter situation with rifles so they can ban guns, but it seems like it's an isolated situation to be confirmed as an isolated situation according to the mall. There's a short video that they posted on Twitter that shows a man walking into the Nike store while shouting and a sound of three apparent gunshots can be heard. Danny, I don't know how this is probably not the person here. Danny raining 22 Minneapolis student was at the mall with friends when announcer came out. Okay, so I don't think that that was him. This probably was a witness. This person said that about 75 people were at the small room, they did not hear any gunshots fired, but saw people running away, the mall marked the 30th anniversary of his opening on August the 11th. And was placed on lockdown New Year's Eve last year when two people were shot during a fight. One man suffered a gunshot wound to the leg and another was grazed. So right now it's developing, but it appears to be a isolated situation. According to information that I have or that I'm reading, it doesn't appear that there was a person who is deceased, it says, according to dispatch, audio and shots were heard near Nordstrom on the northwest side of the mall to dispatch audio that the incident possibly involved juvenile males fighting. Did anybody want to make a guess? As to what these males look like, I bet it was some young black boys in their acting a fool. And if it wasn't, it wasn't. But if I had to guess young juvenile males, getting into an isolated shootout in the mall at a Nike store, it seems that this culture of violence that happened to be in inner cities. Now I will be, I am going to be thankful and glad if it's not black kids. But unfortunately, this stuff happens all too often and nobody wants to talk about it. But the investigation into the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor case, we were talking about it in the last segment. They may have some merit here to a certain degree. It wasn't completely a clean warrant when you go back and look at it. However, the portion of the warrant that's in question wouldn't have prevented a warrant from being obtained in the first place. From what I was hurt, what I was told is that there was they had mentioned that the male, I think I said the post office confirmed that there was male sent to Breonna Taylor's house from JaMarcus Glover, who was the main suspect. Now, they had surveillance of JaMarcus Glover, going to Breonna Taylor's house and leaving with packages on multiple occasions. So that in and of itself could have been enough. Now, the negligence part in the intention part is where we will find out here into the trial if they give them a fair trial, is that were they negligent that they attempt to lie, knowingly lie to obtain a warrant or was it a matter of miscommunication? Meaning that somebody may have said, hey, yeah, I'm going to confirm with the post office. And then somebody else believed that it was confirmed. And so they had mentioned it in a search warrant full of whole bunch of other stuff. And I want you to understand that Tatum report we have it exclusively, you go to take the report dot com and then you click on Breonna Taylor, just search Breonna Taylor. I think I have my people put it at the front because people are going to need to see this. You can read the whole investigation. It's 40 pages. Pictures, Poe cam video. I mean, pole cam pictures has audio from the jail. So when Breonna Taylor was communicating with JaMarcus Glover in the past, it has the communication between JaMarcus Glover and other people, family members even her mother with JaMarcus Glover, I believe, currently her boyfriend who was initially booked into the jail because he shot at the police first and at the end of the determinant that he, it was inconclusive of whether or not he heard the police, so they claimed that it was relatively self defense. But his phone calls with other family members and phone calls with other people regarding Breonna Taylor is all transcribed in a document that I'm telling you guys about. So when you read it, you will see that there's unequivocal evidence that Breonna Taylor was knee deep in this conspiracy of selling drugs and all kinds of other stuff. I wouldn't call it conspiracy. This drug ring that was going on, which her mother, this is the funny thing. In the document you were reading, her mother is in it on a jail phone call. Saying that we need to get back to the trap house. You know, pretty much saying the drugs ain't gonna sell themselves. We need to get back to the trap house 'cause they hit the trap house with a warrant. And then after all the rest were made, like, two weeks later they arrested people again in the trap house of selling dope. Breonna Taylor's mother is involved and this is me just put the allegedly on her 'cause I want to buy suing me, but I have the information, but I'll just say allegedly just in case they want to come after me. Allegedly, Breonna Taylor's mother is involved

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Mall of America Locked Down After Shooting

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Mall of America Locked Down After Shooting

"Breaking news developing right now in the mall of America is on lockdown due to a shooting. Now, I know some people would like to imagine that this is another active shooter situation with rifles so they can ban guns, but it seems like it's an isolated situation to be confirmed as an isolated situation according to the mall. There's a short video that they posted on Twitter that shows a man walking into the Nike store while shouting and a sound of three apparent gunshots can be heard. Danny, I don't know how this is probably not the person here. Danny raining 22 Minneapolis student was at the mall with friends when announcer came out. Okay, so I don't think that that was him. This probably was a witness. This person said that about 75 people were at the small room, they did not hear any gunshots fired, but saw people running away, the mall marked the 30th anniversary of his opening on August the 11th. And was placed on lockdown New Year's Eve last year when two people were shot during a fight. One man suffered a gunshot wound to the leg and another was grazed. So right now it's developing, but it appears to be a isolated situation.

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"nike store" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"nike store" Discussed on WTOP

"Since been pronounced. Kanti says it happened around three 30 this afternoon, there remain a lot of unanswered questions that has a reporter at the scene and as we learn more, we will share it here on WTO as well as at WTO P dot com. 7 34, another new development tonight InfoWars host Alex Jones is ordered to pay the parents of a victim of the sandy hook shooting more than $4 million. It's the first time the InfoWars host has been held financially liable for repeatedly claiming that the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history was a hoax. The Texas jury has awarded the parents of 6 year old sandy hook victim, Jesse Lewis, $1.5 million of peace for mental anguish with an additional $500,000 for future pain. The parents have asked for a $150 million in damages, the Austin jury still has to decide the punitive damages against Alex Jones. Chris Fox for CBS News, Austin. Police in Minnesota confirmed that gunshots were fired at the mall of America in suburban Minneapolis, but no victim has been found Bloomington police say the scene is secure and they're still searching for a suspect. Video posted to social media showed what appeared to be a man shouting as he walked near the complex's Nike store with at least three apparent gunshots heard the mall is the largest in the U.S. and a tourist destination, as well as a community gathering spot. The Justice Department announces tonight federal charges against four former Kentucky police officers current and former officers over the botched raid that led to the death of Breonna Taylor, should be as news correspondent Debra farron with the latest from New York. One of the four charge Brett hankison was among the officers who fired shots that night. He was acquitted on state charges of wanton endangerment earlier this year. A two others are accused of falsifying the affidavit to obtain the search warrant and attempting a cover up and the fourth is charged with making false statements to investigators. Two of the charged police officers have been fired before the DoJ announcement, Louisville's metro police began termination procedures against the other two today. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather, the American pro basketball star jailed in Russia on drug charges now convicted and sentenced 7 36. Here's Sam kinch, director of the technical account management at tanium, on the discussion, threat and data protection, the critical role of endpoint security in the federal government. Sponsored by tanium. When it comes to threats, threats are all over the place. I think what we've seen is we've seen kind of the status quo and then the malicious actors taking advantage of the situations at hand. And we see this all the time. Listen to the entire

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"nike store" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"All right, welcome back to fast money. Why don't we get virtual in real life? Because we have talked a lot on CNBC lately about what we all could expect from the metaverse this year. The metaverse, of course, that virtual reality world that Facebook and others are building out. So how does this all eventually play out? Julia borsten continues her series and is now looking at all the ways to invest in infrastructure of the metaverse. Brian, there are so many components of the metaverse where investors can get exposure. First, there are the chips that will power virtual experiences. Bernstein points to the potential for Nvidia, the world's largest graphics and AI chips maker and Qualcomm with its Snapdragon XR platform that connects virtual and physical spaces. Bernstein does have an outperform rating on both those stocks. Now, second, for VR to work, the network needs to be fast. So 5G is key. T mobile Verizon in AT&T's investments in spectrum should pay off. And third, they're the original metaverse players, meta platforms, snap, and Roblox, Goldman Sachs, highlights them as its key buy rated stocks in the sector. Goldman forecasts that meta platforms, the company formerly known as Facebook will invest about 5% of its market cap over the next three years, about $39 billion in new metaverse technology. Now for broad exposure to this space, there are ETFs, like this one, meta, not to be confused with the company previously known as Facebook. That ETF includes a basket of 44 stocks with exposure to this space, including those that I've already mentioned. Now, companies really do seem eager to talk about what they're doing in the metaverse. There were a record 449 mentions of the metaverse in third quarter calls. That was up from a hundred in the prior quarter, so we'll have to see if that trend continues. Brian back over to you. All right, Julia borscht, thank you very much. Okay, so we have talked about a lot. The big infrastructure players in this growing metaverse. And our next guest joins us now to try to break it all down and give us his latest read on a very real virtual world. Let's bring it out Jeffrey's analyst Andrew irk with a man who probably has one of the hardest jobs in all finance because you're literally trying to build something out of nothing. I mean, people say to me, what is the metaverse, I say, I don't know, but if I could imagine it, it's probably like the book ready player one, terrible movie fantastic book, and I'm not gonna guess how it plays out except to know that maybe the underlying architecture seems like that would be almost the only sure thing, Andrew. Yeah, no, thanks for having me, Brian. I wish everybody would answer the question, what does the mean of us, but I don't know, because it seems to be something different to everybody. And Facebook, I should talk about it as a VR play. The one thing that is certain, like the previous guest mentioned is infrastructure is going to be very big here. And quite frankly, because no one really knows yet what the metaverse will be. Everyone's still kind of building their own sort of thing. So companies like Roblox could benefit traditional companies like the video game companies because it easily benefit from the technologies and in fact, arguably they're probably best positioned at this point and nobody talks about it. Yeah, do we do we want to gamble on some of the companies that are trying to make money in the metaverse, not on the metaverse, Andrew? What I mean by that is the difference between the companies who build the asphalt for real roads and the companies that put up a billboard that you look at on the road and hopefully then we'll go buy their product. It's not going to be any different virtually or in the real world, is it? No, I mean, if you take Roblox, for example, you have companies like Nike vans forever 21, building experiences right into roadblocks. And by the way, some of these companies have been doing this for years. This idea that metaverse is fairly new is probably it's probably wrong. Nike's been NBA two K with a virtual store for years. And in fact, NBA two K probably gets more traffic than Roblox does for the virtual Nike store. And so to your point, as we go and build this, it very well may be best to what we call by the picks and shovels. That are ultimately going to build whatever this metaverse will ultimately be. Yeah, but Andrew is right to say this again, I don't know a lot about the metaverse or children, but I have a couple of the latter, not the former, and I know this, when things become overly commercialized, they instantly become uncool. Boom, because they're in Roblox. Yeah, no, I think you bring up a really great point. And this is one reason why we're somewhat cautious in the near term and trying not to get caught up in all the buzz, because if you take the brands and roadblocks and again, extraordinarily early, but the data was suggest that maybe the kids don't want to do the branded thing. Bands had a lot of users, Nike land had fewer and the most recent experience has even fewer. And so, again, we're still very early..

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"nike store" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Points talking about whether or not we'll have the chips to do it. It's really interesting. In terms of so one of the things that I think is just worthwhile to think about when it comes to these classes is like the use case. And whether or not we can assume that in the future I work glasses for vision. If everyone is going to be wear glasses all the time, and it's just sort of like normal. It's like, you know, many of us have adopted or adapted to wearing masks all the time as a necessity. Will it become the kind of thing where we just make an assumption that everyone's wearing glasses all the time, even if you don't know them provision or is it more like VR, where you sort of augment your vision for a run or for going in for driving some place or something like that? And it's something where you wear for two or three hours and then you do the recharge the fast recharge and then you go on. Yeah, I got a good one come back on that one. So I just recently went up to New York City. I live in Pennsylvania. So I go up to New York City often enough, but I've not there enough to really completely navigate the city well. So there's still that moment where I walk out of a door of a building and I'm turned around. I don't know where to go. So I pull my own tie out. Right, I pull my phone out and I go to AR mode on my Google Maps and it's telling me where to go. And I can look at it and get exactly where I need to be. If I have those glasses on my face and I walk out that door, it doesn't even stop you in your tracks. You just start walking and realize, oh, I gotta turn around and go the other way and start walking. So you're going to have that. So now what happens? I have those glasses on and I'm walking through the city and it's telling me where I want to go and I'm talking to it like it's Google Assistant, right? And I'm saying where I want to go. Now you get to the point where you walk into somebody's building. Well, they programmed an experience when you come into their building. Now they've mapped out their entire room. You walk into the Nike room. Let's say you happier virtual pet that's following you the whole time because whenever you look over and down to your right. So does it have a virtual pet? Exactly. Right. Right. So then you have your virtual dragon next to you, but now you walk into the Nike store. And when you get into the Nike store, it's been mapped out. And now all of a sudden your little dragon jumps up onto the table and runs across it. In your eyes looking through it. So you start having those experiences, those moments in places. That's what's gonna compel people to wear the glasses all the time. And not only that and I'm gonna use two examples. I think that I've used before on the show. But okay, so number one right now if I'm in line or I'm on the train or I'm doing whatever where I've got time to kill I'm reaching in my pocket. I'm swiping up and I'm going through and I'm but what if you didn't have to do that? What if at all times you could scroll through Instagram as you're doing whatever as you're talking to someone boring and they never know that you're doing something else why they do it. Like I said to Chris last week where why would foldable phones ever become a thing? It's because, well, you don't always need the screen as big as it is. It's just that that's the only way that we can get screens right now is to have it be fully the full screen side. So that's number one that will come a time where it's like, oh God, I had to reach into my pocket and do whatever to relieve boredom where I can just literally like my eye twitches and I can relieve boredom. Number two, you're talking about coming to New York. This is the story that I've told before. In 2002, was the first time I ever came out to Brooklyn and I got completely lost and I couldn't find the train station and I walked around for an hour and a half before I found the train station because this is before smartphones, there is no Google Maps and I literally remember having the thought that someday I'll have GPS in my pocket and this will never happen again. In your pocket. So thank you. So think about how you can't imagine not knowing where you are on the Planet Earth these days because you have a supercomputer in your pocket. In that same way, there will come a day when it's like, I don't know anything. It's impossible for me not to know anything and also I don't have to reach into my pocket to find out. It's already in a heads up display in front of me at.

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"nike store" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The weekend Here's Nick Gale Two people stole an estimated $2 million worth of wristwatches from Gold Coast exotic motors near the magma Saturday afternoon police say the two used hammers to break display cases containing those watches within the dealership at 8 34 north rush street Co owner Joe perillo frustrated telling ABC 7 if they get arrested they get let go So how do you intend to ever solve that problem on Saturday a group of between 6 and 9 people stormed moose knuckles 54 east Walton and escaped with over $20,000 worth of high end winter coats on Friday afternoon two men snagged more than a $1000 from the Nike store on Michigan later Friday to offenders stole about $3000 worth of coats from the north face store All this despite promises from the city to beef up the police presence in the city's business and shopping districts over the weekend Nick Gail 8 90 W LS news President CEO of the Illinois retail merchants association rob Carr says these types of crimes are up 60% in the last 5 years And what they've seen in Chicago right now is a soft target because the leaders who need to be sitting down with the retail community to address this are pointing fingers to each other instead You can hear more of my interview with card this weekend on connected to Chicago and his message to the city leaders At least 6 people were killed in a tornado that hit an Amazon facility in downstate Edwards will edwardsville Illinois sir Jefferson continued and were expected to take several days but authorities say they do not expect to find additional survivors Amazon saying today a siren and alerts to cell phones work There was a bull horn to God workers to shelters which had plenty of capacity to hold employees governor pritzker has declared a state disaster proclamation I spoke with President Biden and with fema director Chris well to make sure that federal officials officials are coordinating with our Illinois emergency management agency The president offered to assist with whatever we may need to recover The tornado Lang devastation to a number of towns hard hit a candlestick factory in Mayfield Kentucky After we got I always started pulling the rest of our team out I found people broken legs and pulling them out Somewhere in unresponsive.

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"nike store" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Ladles and spoons boys and girls. Welcome back to the ten k. Collected podcast part of the amazing. Fbi suite of podcasts and this one is geared to the needs of six and seven-figure amazon sellers. Today i'd like to welcome. Isaac cooman of real coaching. Isaac has set up real coaching. Simply this purpose get real people real businesses to achieve real freedom specifically of course it's focused on amazon. Fbi private label. Exactly the same focus as we have on the are so great much isaac. Welcome to the show around me. It's great to be here in young. I'm excited to help. Simplify this stuff because a lot of content out. There is very confusing. It's going to be. I think it's always my job to try to make this as easy to understand as possible. Yes i like that already. So the title of this episode. Put his simplify metrics and driving profit to very good things and very linked. I guess so i will. Just tell me what you'll views of this topic. Why is this important to listeners a tool. Why should we stay tuned to this. There are many podcasts. Out there what is the right to life then other ten minutes. It's actually kind of funny. Because i was literally just thinking about how to explain to people as as topic when they don't quite get what metrics really stand for what they mean and i was thinking about it again this morning and acts talked to my business partner kirsty about this and i said you know like when you go to pick up a newspaper and you throw your back out or you lift up something really light and you hurt yourself and you're like well obviously wasn't the newspaper. That was the cause of of you. Know you picking that up and hurting your back. The newspaper isn't heavy. That wasn't the reason why you blew out your back. It's because you've been doing improper. You know lifting techniques for years and you're back is now misaligned or the the muscles and joints are all you know deteriorated or whatever that's like what it is in the amazon business when all of a sudden you realize there's a really big problem in your business and you never knew how to diagnose those symptoms along the way to stop yourself from blowing out your back or in this case going broke or quitting your amazon business or losing a ton of money or getting shut down or whatever so if you know what to track know how they actually affect each part of your business you can actually diagnose those problems and fix them and be proactive versus just sitting there. Trying to think. I'll wait for a big problem. And then retroactively try to put that fire which never seems to work and if it does it has a lot more a lot more complexity to it. You have to go out and do a lot of things that you probably don't even know how to do and you have to learn how to fix all those problems afterwards. Where is if just known. Hey i if. I track these things all along. I can probably save myself a lot of time hassle on an effort and probably have a much better smooth running business that drives profit more consistently and easier than if i was just trying to wait until something bad went wrong. You know happen. I like that a lot. And i think a couple of things strike me. The first thing is. I like the pro preception multiple because i've used to work with singers and i've been musician lot in my life and musicians at greater injuring themselves. And then they are very aware of technique and i could see the junket behind you very easy to give yourself. Rsi carpal tunnel with with drums assignments. Piano wireless pianist and loaded pan his blow themselves up. And i think that with the business the reception which by the way means awareness of different parts of your body in relation to each other. So have you got a really. You know terrible pianist. Unlike my wife. And i have taught many terrible little pain this over the decades they have no sense of whether is relative to the keyboard and they said the wrong notes. And i guess for me. It feels like an entrepreneur. Feel for the business news time with the metrics in other words it's not either or both is having a feel for something feels wrong in the business here and kind of getting a little bit like in the car you notice your engine screaming and then you look down and you can see. Speed is gone to fifty miles an hour and thirty mile an hour limit. That there's there are two clues on there. And i feel what you're trying to get back to something being in touch with your business on a day-to-day basis as opposed to what it screams at union notice and the rest of the time. You're were unaware is reasonable weather putting it. Yeah exactly you don't want to wait till the check engine comes on. You want to monthly checkups or you know. Go go and get your oil change relatively often every every six months or whatever so yeah it's the same exact thing but you know there's ways that you can do it yourself and then there's ways you could actually get help with that as well so i can do it up to a certain point yourself and then maybe you need some kind of actual professional doctor mechanic to kind of put you on the right mixture that everything's going the right way. Have maybe give you a bit more advice beyond what you know but the first thing is you gotta understand what these things are doing if you don't and you're in trouble like if you don't know what drives conversion your business if you don't know what drives the clicks in sessions and your business. You will struggle to get sales and you struggle to understand how to launch product properly ongoing. Might get lucky one time but that doesn't mean you're going to be able to replicate that because you might not know exactly what to do. Absolutely as they say luck is not a strategy hope stars and see what isn't bad luck strategy. I mean like that's just it's also if you have good luck and you know very well at some level that is large. It's gonna make you very nervous about your business. Probably for good reason. But it's not gonna stay to be in need to address that so this this checking a little bit with your nights. Obviously you're saying very sensible things about this stuff. What's your background in relationship to retail. Yeah so. I've been working retail since well not anymore but i worked retail from about nineteen ninety eight until two thousand fifteen so however many years that is seventeen years seventeen. Yeah seventeen years time. I was working retail. Certain grocery actually worked all the way up through movie theaters and some other stuff. But i actually was doing really well to grocery store and then decided to quit my job because it's way too many hours moved on to las vegas where i live now ended up working for year at a nike store. Here and just said you know what. I'll probably find a better job. Unfortunately that ended up being the recession year. Two thousand eight. I believe. And so i couldn't get a job. It took me like three months to find a job. Meanwhile i was like broken really dislike struggling to do anything ended up taking a job in a movie theater which led me to getting to a job at a go-cart facility which was across the street. And that's where. I of started figuring things out for myself. Because i started to say you know what i actually need to figure out why i'm not making it easier for myself to do better in life and i was like working not quite minimum wage but not very i mean thirty thousand thirty five thousand dollars a year and like two thousand ten somewhere around there two thousand eleven and i was like that's not enough to really move my life forward so that was right around when i was turning thirty and i was like. This isn't going to be what i wanna do for my life so started finding new ways to kind of move up so i started working at this facility which actually happens to me. My wife's godfather's business now. I didn't meet my wife until after i started working. There actually met her a month or read. As soon as i started working. I started dating her about a month after i started working which then caused her godfather who owns the business to not be very happy the he actually told me. I need to go find another job. And he can't work because i'm too old for his daughter was ten years older than her are still almost eleven. Actually say he's probably right. I probably am too old but we have a kid. And we've been married for five years have been together for ten now so then i was working through this business and i was starting to st things that i could improve in his business. And this is just kind of a culmination of all the years and all the different trainings. I've had another retail knowing metrics customer service and all this other stuff so at one point i asked him. You know what's going on with this other facility because we have two facilities in town at the time and there's this other facility that just never made money. It was basically just set up so that way nobody else. The city could set up another indoor go kart facility with all electric vehicles so it was kind of like this. Some sort of like clause that he had basically.

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"nike store" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"You did a great job incredible. It's de liked that. Refinishing stuff me. You know the thing is. I still have not apart probably my basements to dirty. I have not for the life of me figure it out. Sometimes i get no dust in the finnish and sometimes they do. And i can't figure out you know i know that's like the common woodworkers dilemma. I don't mind. I actually like doing it. I need to probably get a cleaner. Workspace down there and be diligent about keeping the brushes and the finishes clean. Well i might have a couple pieces to bring over to you buddy jeff. What you've been doing you've been As i understand it like auto repair guru rate lace lately did the other side on the front end of the explorer. So that's done lease that phase of it. I i have great sympathy for anyone who works on their own vehicles but especially for someone who has a rusty vehicle and that was your challenge. Right you had to cut everything off. Yeah oh yeah. If i was going to be a mechanic it would be in the carolinas or florida. Right utah tax for you arizona bro. Yeah i don't have anything to report having their. Nothing's been going on here. But i'm gonna work on the stairs again this weekend. Maybe hang some drywall and get moving again. That again have you. Have you given up on it. I know you were talking about trying to get somebody else to do it. You some stairs or you haven't been on the show. I guess in a few weeks. I i have the in their the russ stairs. I need to get finished. Threads their temporary treads on there. And then i need to put flooring on the landings the wanders rather and last week and they made a bunch of allister's out of some doug for framing lumber that i had leftover on i thought it to cut out all the notes and then playing it down to inches sixteenth square to make the ballast or so the home center the other day and was looking at the manufactured stare parts that they have in stock and honestly. The stuff is expensive and ugly. So i i to do it myself even if it takes a year. I don't need to be in a hurry. If you need any help. I can come by come by so saturday. I usually start about nine. I got the tread story i got. I got a whole stack leftover from those jobs. I used to new york city of three quarter inch thick acrylic. Wouldn't it be awesome to be able to see right down through the haircut. That doesn't sound slippery and dangerous at all. What were those from stairs or was that for mother. They were actually from this giant room. We built that was was like for kicking soccer balls. Around in the nike store new york city and the wall the actual the net was made out of three quarter inch plexiglass instead of mesh see. That's only a further indication. That nyc has more money than they absolutely know what to do with that rain. Yeah there was some fun projects there for sure. Well as always we heard from some listeners. And i always appreciate when you folks right in with your thoughts and comments This comes from barbara. Not that barbara. Another barbara dear f. Hp podcast i was so delighted when you featured b.'s questions on today's podcast. She was trying to decide between two by six stud walls and exterior insulation versus two by four sidewalls plus exterior insulation. Of course the podcast is tackled this topic many many times so you might be wondering why be situation made me ben my ear toward the laptop speakers and listen intently. It's because he's in climate zone to houston. I think so instead of my eyes glazing over for another conversation about insulating a home in new england or minnesota. Finally i can your discussion on a home. That's relevant to me. I live in sacramento california climate zone for a hot mixed. Aside from the humidity factor. Insulation needs are very similar anyway. Just want to say thanks for including a discussion about homes. I can relate to you probably know your audience includes a vast number of californians arizonans and texans. Thanks for tossing the occasional bone and by matt. I'll miss you loved your intelligent contribution over the years. Well that is absolutely true too. So i'm barbara. Tell your friends who are in arizona and california and texas to send in their questions. It's not that we don't want to answer them. We just don't get as many and maybe that's because the you have to You know prime the pump or whatever and you've done that so please all of you. If you're in hot place have a question about hot things. If we don't know the answer we will ask someone who does. This comes from ryan redondo beach. California ryan is written in many times. High f- hp crew regarding the question on window condensation from episode three seventy eight. I'd highly encourage the person that wrote that question to watch and rico's recent webinar where he covers this exact topic and tons of other fantastic information. It was hosted by a semi reputable group of folks to. Do you want to tell them what about our listeners. That's about rum so enrico from. He's from a company cobra. ema systems. I think it is right. They they do passive house consulting and so he serve at the top tier people who understand about building high-performance building assemblies. And i haven't it's been a while since i've since since we did that webinar so i don't remember quite all the details but it was certainly an awesome presentation and the semi reputable folks. Reiner i to is fine home building. So there you go. Hey gangs been a minute. Since i've written sorta surprised you didn't mention the f. hp california house believe the whole thing was wrapped in mineral wool. Maybe take a breeze through that serious for fresher. So tim is referring to are a exhausted discussion of exterior insulation which was a themed episode. We had a recently and yes. Thanks that tim we. I think one of us said well. What do we know about mineral wool. And none of us remember that. The final boarding house actually had it on the exterior which was kind of embarrassing. One ryan pointed that out to me. But thank you ryan yet. A house Every every surface of that houses rats in In minimal mineral wool and standing seam metal. In fact i learned could've looking back at at one of the articles there's an article cult installing rockwell for continuous insulation by david good. Who's one of the designers and homeowners in that house and he mentioned that the roof was covered in top rock dvd. and i. i didn't realize they had a a roof. Surface low slope roof service. Specific product met that from commercial. The resist okay. That makes sense. Yeah i mean that's one thing we're seeing a time in in recent years is all of these things that have been involved in commercial and industrial construction. That just makes sense moving over to residential. Obviously it makes more sense as we start doing more of these modern style. Homes look slow. Roofs built had some things taken from from there. Because even the deck that was dilts. Decided mountain was likely built attack on building skyscraper. You mean like with a pour concrete on like yeah corrugated metal. Yeah that project a lot right call and you were out there. I went out there once. I went out there before they built it and when they finished but i was managing the video editing..

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R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

The Breakfast Club

02:05 min | 1 year ago

R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

"Well we've been following this. Are kelly child. That's taking place in brooklyn and let me tell you this one. It was a third woman who testify. She's now thirty nine years old but she said that she was abused sexually. Abused are kelly when she was seventeen. See also said our. Kelly told her and two other people. He should be allowed to have sex with a very young girls because he is a genius. He mentioned that he liked young girls. And that people make such a big deal out of it. Even look at jerry lewis. That's what she testified that he said. And that's jerry. Lewis is the one who married his thirteen year old cousin. He's a rock and roll singer. She said he's a genius and medina's we should be allowed to do whatever we want. Look at what we give the world. That was kelly's explanation To this groceries going by the name stephanie. While she's on the stand she told the court that she first encountered r kelly when she was sixteen at the rock and roll. Mcdonald's is chicago back in ninety eight. She was with her boyfriend best friend. Our best friend's boyfriend. An employee of r kelly gave her a slip of paper with his number on it. Even though she said she was sixteen he said r. Kelly wants you to call him. She said she had no intention of doing that. Throughout his number but the following summer she was working at a hotel and she heard he was making an appearance at a nike store around the corner. Her best friend was an aspiring singer. So she thought that she could introduce it to them and it would help her career. She said she ran into him as he was exiting the store they started talking and a week later. They had their first sexual encounter while she was seventeen. She said she went to a studio and they had sex after she waited a few hours to even speak to him. She said that she had low self esteem at the time of their meeting and she had already experienced sexual trauma from a family member and from a former boss. She said it was a hard time her life. She says he did keep seeing him and he was either very nice charming or he was very controlling and intimidating. She said the sex was humiliating. Control everything instructing her and how she should mon even and then he would. I don't even know if i could say this on the radio so i won't say that part. But she said she would leave feeling disgusted and less than and that he would make her assume a specific sex position. Then leave the room and make her hold it for hours and he would yell at her if she moved

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"nike store" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

What The Flip Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

"Like you've been preparing for this bro. I only as anything. I could make copies when he does till recap gives accounts of stories and things that just kinda makes and he dislikes cool so thing is because people addicts is you know very charming guy they full for it. You have goes yeah. Alex knows what he's talking about. An you know starting on you got me signed for this. The bob seen it so many times where you can set in stories about just myself but other people and not just our day. That didn't happen but people are like they're like what you're kidding me annex but like i'm doing the liberty because it's funny dusk who knows but it doesn't knowing me. How do people believe this would just those of you. That are curious. Cinema story with mark is absolutely true. And you should go to youtube actually into it is absolutely brilliant bokke. Let's let's go onto the next one do okay. You guys told me. Do you want serious. Do you wanna outlandish. One pigmentation seem to me and i'll just take you too far and we'll just get sad so let's go. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go quick. Froma kellyanne academies a different of mine. Phone the canadian. Spur cost at madison in She's a good so and listeners. Go and check their post out Deputy really so scott kennedy and dossey from the canadian spur. Pucallpa kennedy writes in and says if you could have one ability from anime comic books or manga to use in your everyday life. What would it be now. Obviously there are some things that are ridiculously easy to answer. Like all are just have this cartoon like franklin richards. He's basically gotten do anything bummed. I'm i think let's kind of bend discretion slightly and make it a bit more. What what weird and obscure power from anime comical. Mango which weirdo house. Something that we wouldn't necessarily think about like somebody might say all you know all have soup flight or something or not ability slimline about what will you she using your everyday life. That would be oko one. I think that's like a really crappy. Batman villain cold winds stilt man often as not the tallest person. I think it'd be useful to be able to get to those in the in the nike store in the supermarkets. Reliable me do an alex. Infos spray impact blooms. Thinks i'm trying to think of like an obscure power that would be useful but that that that not too many people know coughing because it my first thought was oh i could be like polkadot man. But he's coughing that fucking suicides. Good movies so now. everyone know polkadot aussie obscure. I was just gonna go super speed. Muffing yeah i just came out with that. Go to answer is to have the powers of manhattan but not like being nude or anything penis. Y what the fuck. That's usually go because he can do anything and everyone knows that fact like he can do anything. He's prima powerful as a whole. I wish it's a hard question in that way. Because you have to know a lot of people's powers as well you're like sub.

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"nike store" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Christmas be golfing today. Because that open very short right i would say either that or he was like an hour show so why do a long anti right. Yeah i put the for. Why put a lot of effort into it. I guess that's true to the all star game. Pitcher say why. Bother a lot of effort into this. Yeah well that's true. I don't blame them. Although the all star game. I mean not like super crazy like scoring but it was. It had dramatic moments. Everybody was there to see shohei. And you know he didn't pitch. I mean really dude. It was honestly say out of my freaking mind over here. Like i wanted to see otani hit. I wanted to see her twice. I know i wanted to see him. Pitch to tease like was very Anti-climactic yeah no no they happen. They just nothing exciting really happened. You know it was kinda like that reboot of independence day. You guys ever see that. You're like exotic good on like on paper right all star game. I mean listen. It was a bases loaded in the eighth inning and kris bryant. Hit a shot. Jared walsh of the angels beta diving. Stop the guy's never even played left field. Before for god's sake. I thought that was interesting. I think it's interesting that you are still watching the eighth inning. Because by that time. I was kinda long checked out. So here's with baseball is that you don't have to watch intently. You know what i mean like. I almost feel like because it's baseball. You can kind of come in and out very easily. I will say one thing. I enjoyed though is is the post game interview with the mvp with an interpreter. Right by his side. I thought is this. Is this for goof or for real. Is this a no. It wasn't real real. Yeah no it was cool. And i think i think it goes back to the entire conversation. We were having the day before. Which is you know. It doesn't matter if it's spanish or japanese doesn't really matter. I still don't buy this notion. That guys are less marketable because they don't prefer english or english. I will not buy that argument twenty years ago. I might have bought it today. Not buying it. Yeah here's the thing. If you are exciting. It doesn't matter like what use and i couldn't speak their language. Notifies laurel morale here and here's the thing like you know. His name is vladimir guerrero. Junior most of us. If you're watching that game you know his daddy. You know what. I'm saying like true. You know i didn't speak english either. We love daddy. Do you know. I love daddy's and by the way it didn't it didn't hurt vlad. Senior original market abilities. I remember when he was playing for the angels. I had been in new york city at this time. And i remember walking by the nike store one day and they had a huge display of ladimir grow because he was such a huge star in the game at the time. So again i mean. Listen i get the argument. Hey it's america. You need to speak english. I hear what people say. And i'm telling people do that take is twenty years old okay or maybe older but twentieth good is a good frame of reference for sure but yeah i. I had fun watching it but again. I'm not sitting here on the couch watching every pitch. I'm just like oh something's happening. Let me kinda keep an eye on it. I agree it was like it was kind of on. Even though i wasn't really watching amish on now it was definitely on. I was definitely not watching. So here's something that may peak your interest. Everybody here's a public service of sort if you are someone who enjoys the canvas and and perhaps near the long beach area..

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"nike store" Discussed on The Mom Hour

The Mom Hour

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on The Mom Hour

"Look that with baggy. Shes too baggy sweatshirts. And when you were saying the boys and like asking them to at least prove that they have a clean shirt underneath like that's actually allegra. I mean it's going to be hot here the next few months but otherwise she has two black hoodies that she just wears every day and i know she does. She's pretty good about changing our clothes and showering. So i know she's clarity's but one wouldn't know to look as she lasting same anthem favorite pairs of jeans and she also got. She spent her own money at the nike store. And got a pair of like. i guess. They're like nineties looking air jordans like that's an that's a thing to me thing at the night the yeah. The sneakers are important. of course. she's not playing basketball in them but they are basketball shoes and she got him you know. She spent her own money at the outlet stores so she got a good deal. And i don't understand i don't understand this look but i don't expect to understand because i am not thirteen. So she cares redesign not really have a look other than just athletic jeans. I was thinking none of my kids have ever wanted to wear jeans. But we've lived in places where you can get away with shorts and skirts or or at least just soft pants leggings for the girls and like athletic pants for for the boys so nobody's ever had to fight jeans with me which is kind of kind of nice thing. Violet does not have specific. Look violet would like to have a specific look every day but look different. It's she's incredibly intentional. She's already told me it. We're recording this july eighth and she's told me what she wants to wear on the first day of school she thinks about her clothing advance And going back to like the preschool frustrations violence a lot of her battles or frustrations work. Because i was demanding that she wear something a lot of times it was that she wanted to wear something..

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"nike store" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Look at the damage they did. Look at the tens of millions of Americans who lost their jobs. The millions of businesses that were either destroyed or severely impaired the hundreds of millions around the world rushing towards starvation. Because the US took a break from reality, the hundreds of millions headed toward poverty back to poverty around the world unless they stick to a narrative that is so completely ludicrous. That is, was rejected by every market signal in the book. They're acknowledging that they didn't just do damage, But they were the authors of the biggest human rights tragedy of the 21st century. So they have no choice but to stick with live because you look we know markets told us long before March. The virus wasn't a big killer. And how we know this is that China is the second largest market for some of the most valuable U. S companies. Apple sells 1/5 of its iPhones. They're GM sells more cars in China than it does in North America, is the second largest market for McDonald's for Starbucks for night. If the virus had been an indiscriminate killer in China, you would have seen US share prices plummeting in November of 2019 December January of 2020 February, 2020. But instead, stocks were hitting all time highs. What does that tell you? It was a loud market signal markets comprising all known information. The virus wasn't killing people in its very epicenter. That's why I think I'm a little surprised John Tammany that they're going to go with the blame China scenario here because China does exert so much influence things they exerted over. I mean, you probably saw the story about actor John Sena, the former wrestler. Who made it who called Taiwan a country and and apologized for calling it a country because the Chinese were so upset that they were thinking of pulling his latest movie. And that it would just it would hurt. Too much financially to have that happen, So he made it in. He apologized in Mandarin. So for that afraid of the Chinese. Why would we? Why would we go ahead and run with the narrative of allowing them to be blamed for what happened? You know, it makes the most sense. But politicians want you to embrace that narrative because it takes the white hot heat off of them. That takes them out of the spotlight. But the reality is is that people can love her hate China. But what they can't deny is that the Chinese people, the people in that country, absolutely love everything. American. You get off a plane in China, and you're more comfortable is an American than you are. If you're Chinese person is everywhere you look is a McDonald's KFC. A sunglass hut! Ah post or a Nike store apple story, you name it. And so if the virus had been killing the Chinese, if it had been hospitalizing them, we would have known it regardless of what the Communist Party told us. Because we would have known from the free market called the stock market. It would have revealed that in a heartbeat, not to mention that China's the most smartphone, dense country in the world. There's no way they could have hidden a virus that was killing them indiscriminately. So again, we knew long before the lockdowns very explicitly that the virus you know it existed. No one's denying that But it wasn't something that threatened the vast majority of the people. Yet politicians still in their infinite wisdom took away our freedom took away our rights to live our lives. We want to needlessly destroyed businesses that people have worked their lives to build up. And because they did because they did such substantial damage. They're not walking back their monumental errors, and we need to remind them of what we need to tell the story over and over again, and I'm so grateful for sure. Like you're giving me a chance to tell the story from the story that's in my book. Because otherwise, history books will say that the Chinese did it or that a virus caused global economic John. Always good to hear from you, sir. Appreciate your pants again. When politicians panicked. Yep..

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"nike store" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"These trends well back to the city. This story went national. And it was tony sacco. The co owner of moods pizzeria in bar. He got sick of patrons getting tickets for the handicapped parking spaces out front of his restaurant so we took things into his own hands and he went ahead and he painted. Handicapped blew the handicapped area outside of his restaurant. Not just the curb but the whole street. Go tony and he's somebody who kind of became a folk hero to a lot of people because detroit's parking placement. Let's just say it's confusing for a lot of people. Oh god yes especially with construction share. I'll throw that in too with all the construction you've got going down. Parking is just possible to figure out. I mean even someone who knows the area and you never quite know. Where's legit and whereas kudos tony for trying to help us. Employees and his patrons out and moods is definitely a hidden gem. It's a little hidden because it's behind the hudson site complex and you've got the elevator shafts going up you can't see matzos from woodward anymore so make sure people know that moody's is out there and they do great pizza. I enjoy routes. But i need to take a minute and say r.i.p slices. That was migiro chair. I did not realize slices closed quietly went away. I'm very no when i lived above the nike store A few years ago slices was absolutely my jam. They were really clutch. And just you know a good cheap slice of pizza. So i'm hearing this for the first time. I'm shedding a tear in my bourbon. Because slices was my pizza place when i first moved downtown and was living on woodward i grew up with a liquor store pizza and it kind of similar to that where it's like a good slights. Grab and go affordable. That whole deal. I mean i think the pandemic just did them in. Although that's a business that's more of that like Cheap and cheerful kind of lunch which is harder and harder to find nowadays in downtown detroit. I do think though the city needs to revisit some of how they label and do parking. I actually like the idea we could blue. Paint the curbs for handicapped spaces so that. It's nice and clear for drivers. It's nice and clear for people around and it's nice and clear for users to there needs to be some help there. It needs to be more clear. You can't have business owners out there trying to do this because their customers are getting tickets. That has got to be a way around this. Let's work together between the city and these business owners..

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"nike store" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"nike store" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"To get excited with these for these. Actually when you know you just not going to get you know the only way you're going to get them if you can call up the chinese factories right. That's the only way you're gonna actually get these shoes if you're representing rep firm but you and actually purchase them with your harden box. Go to a place. Like foot patrol nike store. Good whoever's gonna end up selling these right essence and whatever. You're not going to get them. And i know how many of these guys get paid. Luckily buford angle with a swoosh backward stitched on the outsiders fucking bad sick that something you'd wear on a daily basis right. They've got a little Toiling stampede aside like really really really really. Well done this as well. Double logan becky know that these are gonna go for when they start these things and they're gonna go for millions amounts of money in. It didn't go for a lot of money. Maybe miller's definitely thousands but other back of the hill so usually on the fragment jordan ones the fragment logos on the side here but instead on these ones basically put the or the back of a hill with what you're gonna travis scott. Cactus jack logo there too like they look absolutely beautiful right. There's no denying it. But again like i said it's hard to gauge site for these things because i ever gonna pay for retail proably. Not poor no to some more pictures of them is like look. How nice these look with the white blocking look at got his loan. The label. here this is again is another. these things are just going. Increase the value right because it clearly says this is a fragment designed. Collaboration is gonna a cactus. Jack sign logo daniele shoes. Well it'd be cool if they had like the tongue. Label are wants its characters but the the stamp at the back of the hill says fragment. We're pretty cool right. Flip on either side but look great. Like i said they're gonna look incredible with them different color especially because they've got entire white be here For the talent and then of course it's big pluto books and of course most of the white business side look great ones at laced up. I don't know maybe it's just me what you guys being do you. Do you get excited for shoes listening more when you know you can't buy them or do you just put your self re punishment like i do just enters many rebels you can and hope you'll call guests charged way shape or form. Either you end up with five five pairs of shoes. I will admit that you're going to be happy or you end up with none and you get off the off to l. email. Sometimes you never get enough. I lost even hus- fed if you don't always get the shoe but sometimes you do get you know you don't get assure you just it just goes to finance sending a job. Application sometimes is that it goes into deep space. You don't hear anything back it's just annoying. It really is well. Maybe just me may be ish. Just me moving on to some more sneak in use. Virgil abloh has been tapped up by nike foreign lover bachelor trainers to come out right..

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China’s Response to Pence Speech: ‘Sheer Arrogance’

Bloomberg Markets

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

China’s Response to Pence Speech: ‘Sheer Arrogance’

"China meanwhile firing back at vice president Mike pence who criticized Nike and the NBA for and their response to pro democracy protests in Hong Kong during a speech prep pence says that league officials seem to be siding with China Nike stores in China actually removed their Houston Rockets merchandise from their shelves to join the Chinese government in protest against the rockets general manager seven words tweet which read fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong China called pence's speech lies in chided him for ignoring problems in the U. S. like racism and wealth

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Israel Gaza Border Israel, Israel and Vice President discussed on Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Israel Gaza Border Israel, Israel and Vice President discussed on Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

"With parents clearly administration cabinet never. Reopened for reuniting the children after weeks of public backlash, President Trump signed an. Executive order back in June to stop, the, separation of immigrant families at the US Mexico border. The NYPD is. Caught up with shoplifter who police handcuffed Friday. And SoHo. But he somehow got away from them police say thirty nine year old Derek Robinson was stealing from a Nike store on Broadway Friday night when officers, grabbed them put cuffs on me slipped away as officers were arresting a second shoplifter a police helicopter search for him, Friday night with no luck but he was called again today and, is facing a. Slew, of charges including escaping from police mourners gathering today for a memorial service in Missouri to remember an honor the victims of last week's duck both accident and Branson here's the city's mayor he will Always always. Be apart And you will always. Remain in our heart we love you seventeen were killed when. The tourist, boats sank as wins approached hurricane strength of the seventeen killed nine were from the same family at least fourteen dead sixty injured following an explosion at. The airport in Kabul the deadly blast happened today as the vice president of Afghanistan was returning home from Turkey after more than. A year in exile. A suicide bomber released the blast near. The main airport entrance the vice. President was not hurt Kabul police expecting that death toll to rise after nearly, three months of sporadic but deadly, violence along the Israel Gaza border Israel and the massive agreed to a new cease-fire and it seems to be holding up as we hear from correspondent Giordano Miller in Jerusalem fire between Israel and is holding up though. The situation remains tense the two sides pulled back from the brink of war Friday after a Palestinian sniper killed in Israeli soldier prompting dozens of, Israeli airstrikes across Gaza Four Palestinians died including three HAMAs members Israel's defense minister says the Kerem Shalom border crossing will reopen for fuel gas in commercial goods on Tuesday if HAMAs continued to refrain from launching pipe bombs and. Rocket toward on Donna Miller ABC news to Roussel w. o. r..

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