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Just 10 are being made to order (so far). And battery life is 15 minutes enough time to zoom past your enemies la Marty McFly.But the technology that powers it could be revolutionary. Using the $450,000 plus it raised on Kickstarter, Hendo founders Jill and Greg Henderson plan to develop magnetic tech to stabilize buildings during earthquakes, protect valuable works of art and more.
This is the third year the nonprofit that runs the annual marathon has organized the Shoes for Kids drive.”We live in a fairly well to do community, but it’s amazing how many kids out there still need good shoes,” said Fargo Marathon Executive Director Mark Knutson.Marathon organizers worked with the Dakota Medical Foundation and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota to raise money to buy 1,500 new pairs of Nike shoes.Knutson said Nike works with the marathon to reduce the price of the shoes from $70 to just more than $20 per pair.One thousand shoes will be delivered to area elementary schools now. They were packed up and delivered Monday night by a team of volunteers at the Go Far Events office in West Fargo.Another 400 to 500 pairs will be available later in the school year because school officials often ask if there are any left in January and February.Some of the support for the drive comes from Fargo Marathon registration fees. One dollar of each registration fee goes toward Shoes for Kids, Knutson said.The shoe drive raised about $32,000 this year.Fargo’s Madison Elementary School Principal Bob Olson said the school received about 30 pairs of shoes the past two years.
He once called her “crude, rude, obnoxious, and dumb.” Rosie once said that Trump’s attack was the “most bullying I ever experienced in my life.” Yet, now it seems clear that Ms. O’Donnell has often been the bully herself. The saying, what goes around, comes around, certainly seems true in this case!.
That means the European Central Bank and wealthy countries in northern Europe probably won’t foot the bill.Relations with the United States have seldom been more strained. Turkey is detaining an American pastor, and the Trump administration announced plans on Friday to double metals tariffs.The Turkish leader may have more luck with China, Qatar or Russia. Erdogan spoke to President Vladimir Putin on Friday, a conversation that included talk of deeper economic ties and mutually beneficial trade, according to Russian state media.But any rescue would come at a steep price.”I could image that some countries would give money to Turkey,” said Hesse.