It was dope to actually get them to him. LeBron Ironman 10s: Thats the one everyone seems to remember. Gave them to him at All-Star weekend in 2013, flew down to Houston. It was cool, he was ready for it, it was a pain to get them through TSA more than anything else. So, I shipped the box out separately, and brought the shoes in my carry-on. Got them to him before the game. It was cool because he got to wear them in warmups during the NBA Finals against the Spurs. I got a picture of that, so it was definitely a cool my mom was proud moment. How did you start working with WWE Superstars such as Shane McMahon, Nikki Bella, and Sasha Banks? I was talking with my guy Josh from Dime Magazine during the NBA Finals and there was a WWE Pay-Per-View on, Hes like I should link you up with my boy from WWE.
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economy at a ‘precipice’ by Heather Long @byHeatherLong August 9, 2016: 5:56 PM ET Why Carl Icahn says we’re at war with business Billionaire Carl Icahn believes the U.S. economy will tank unless Donald Trump is the next president. “If Trump doesn’t win and you get more of the same in the last eight years, we have a major problem in our economy,” Icahn told CNN’s Richard Quest on Tuesday. “We don’t have jobs for the middle class.” Icahn sees numerous flaws in the economy: slow growth, low wages, no business investment, too little manufacturing, and far too much government regulation. “You can’t have a government at war with business. This is what we have today in our country,” Icahn said. He thinks Trump should start by reforming the Environmental Protection Agency. you can look hereTrump has taken a very anti-Wall Street and, at times, anti-business tone, but Icahn thinks that is just campaign rhetoric. Icahn acknowledged that Trump is in damage control mode this week, but he is still standing by the GOP candidate because Icahn believes Trump is the only one who can fix the economy. Trump spent much of last week trading jabs with Khizr and Ghazala Khan, the parents of a U.S. Army soldier who died in the war in Iraq in 2004.
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