The arrival of Nike's (NKE +1.2%) new Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords creates massive lines in...

The arrival of Nike's (NKE +1.2%) new Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords creates massive lines in stores across the county, as well as some unfortunate breakouts of violence over the iconic sneakers priced at $180. Industry analysts estimate 300K-500K pairs have been produced by Nike in a campaign light on marketing.

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  • inthemoney
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    Americans .... You can't understand them. They probably already have 10 pairs in the closet, and can buy another 10 for $180 at a shoe store. But they must fight for $180 snickers. I percieve complete lack of perspective and common sense. And common sense is quite important for one's survival.
    23 Dec 2011, 12:55 PM Reply Like
  • Hubert Biagi
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    The hip-hop culture is morally bankrupt. These superstar athletics and rappers get filthy rich on the backs of poor young people. They teach nothing except to cheat and denigrate. But never mind, where are the parents? First of all, the government has replaced the father as an important member of the family unit. The ever increasing population of dead beat parents likes that just fine. No need to accept personal responsibility anymore, there's lots of government agencies and programs giving out free stuff. That leave plenty o' chedda for Air Jordans...
    23 Dec 2011, 01:12 PM Reply Like
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