Michael Jordan Shoes does a lot for children. He works with Boys and Girls Club of America, UNCF College Fund, the Special Olympics, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and those are just a few of the charitable organizations he’s made an impact on. Yet sadly his sneakers create great argument and fights amounts people.
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But, sadly, today’s teens appeared to be more obsessed with Jordan’s tennis shoes than his good deeds. because of many fights and people getting hurts stores all over carry out a plan using randomly raffle ticket to see who gets to buy the shoe. ” Michael Jordan shoe is set to drop this weekend and as stores get ready for the big launch by handing out tickets, things can get at-times a bit crazy. Below is the full story of what happen recently at Finish Line outside the Franklin Park Mall”.
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The Columbia Air Jordan 11 (also known as the “Legend Blue”) made its retail début on December 20, 2014. Back in 1996, Jordan wore the original version of this shoe in NBA All-Star Game. Today, though, the new shoes are more about showing off than stepping up on the court. One pair will cost you around two hundred dollars, assuming you can withstand waiting in line for days to snag them.
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In Miami, Air Jordan lovers spent nearly a week camped out in front of a shoe store trying to get a pair of their own. Fights broke out, verbal arguments, and the police even had to get involved. In Toledo, police actually had to use pepper spray when shoe buyers trampled barricades and pushed officers to the ground. crystallakemixing.com. In Houston, glass doors shattered at one mall, while shots rang out at another mall across town.
Sadly, this is something we have actually come to expect every time a new pair of Air Jordan’ released and parent are questioning is it worth it.
Why all that for a shoes?
Why are teens so drawn to materialistic things as a pair of shoes. That they would be willing put themselves at risk. Why do our kids need a battle plan to buy a pair of shoes? Why are they so obsessed with having these shoes in the first place?
Until we have answers to those questions, we won’t see anything different the next time a new pair of Air Jordan’s hits store shelves. So, sit down and talk to your kids. Let the change start with you. Tell your children fighting and argument all that for shoes it not tolerated.
Wow I really enjoyed this article. It’s death over designer nowadays I suppose!
We live in a very materialistic world. Now a days, you are made to feel bad about yourself if you don’t have the best clothing, best cell phone, best shoes, ect. and this starts targeting kids at very young ages. This is why so many kids grow up having fits when they don’t have it their way. The ones that get it their way, they flaunt it and make other kids feel bad. It is a horrible cycle that unfortunately does not go away with age.
Britanica, Schools now are moving toward uniform dress code only.