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Energy by Michael Jordan, 3.4 oz Eau De Toilette Spray for Men

by Michael Jordan (Men's Fragrances)

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Michael Jordan Energy By Michael Jordan Edt Spray 3.4 Oz (from 5 stores)

by Michael Jordan (Men's Fragrances)

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Michael Jordan Energy perfume was introduced by the design house of Michael Jordan. Design house: Michael Jordan 3.4-ounce eau de toilette spray Michael Jordan Michael Jordan Energy Due to the personal nature of this product we do not accept returns. Fragrance Note: Fresh Launch Year: 2012 Perfume Type: EDT Eau De Toilette Size: 3.1 - 4 Oz. We cannot accept returns on this product.

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Michael Jordan Hair and Body Wash, Energy 12 oz (from 2 stores)

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Vitality, excitement and adventure. There is never a dull moment with this classic and fresh scent that will get ‘cha going with a blend of clean air accord, grapefruit and cardamom. Notes: clean air accord, grapefruit and cardamom.

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Jordan Energy Cologne by Michael Jordan, 3.4 oz Eau De Toilette Spray for Men

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'Black Panther': Choose Your Weapons - The New York Review of Books

Weapons are metaphors. We use them in figures of speech (the pen is mightier than the sword) and as figures of speech (stick to your guns). The weapon-as-metaphor suffuses contemporary culture but it is perhaps nowhere more present than in the Marvel Universe. Thor’s boomerang hammer, Spider-Man’s sticky tech—they’re ripe with symbolism. In the franchise’s new blockbuster movie, Black Panther , Ulysses Klaue, a South African arms dealer with a missing arm, unzips his pants in the middle of a South Korean casino and pulls out a hefty curved slab covered in brown paper. It’s labeled “FRAGILE.” He slams it on a table and smirks. It is a joke so old that one of the earliest etymological variants of the word “weapon,” the Old English “ wæpnan ,” also meant “penis.” Klaue’s phallo-weapon is the detached head of a pickaxe made of vibranium, the precious metal and major resource of the African Kingdom of Wakanda. It’s unclear whether the original item was a tool or a weapon, used for mining or murder—not that there’s much of a difference to Klaue, who also adapts an old Wakandan mining tool into a gun that he attaches to the end of his stump. This... Source: www.nybooks.com

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