1) Michael Jordan Michael Jeffrey Jordan, born February 17, 1963, also known by his initials, MJ is an American former professional basketball player, entrepreneur and majority owner and chairman of Charlotte Bobcats.In 1984, Michael Jordan joined the NBA Chicago Bulls, after his three-season career at th University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a member of the 1982’s Tar Heel’s national championship team.There are many points of interest along the shady streets with their gracious old homes.There is plenty to do: the university brings an assortment of cultural amenities and the active and renovated Mississippi waterfront area has restaurants, theaters, and historic buildings.Ever so slowly she inched closer to the edge of the cliff, barely able to see it. The night was so dark she’d never see anything, but it was comforting. The feeling of falling wasn't something she could put into words.
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One of those in the audience was James Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court fight.
Outside, Obergefell held up a photo of his late spouse, John, and said the ruling establishes that “our love is equal.” He added, “This is for you, John.” President Barack Obama placed a congratulatory phone call to Obergefell, which he took amid a throng of reporters outside the courthouse.The stories of the people asking for the right to marry “reveal that they seek not to denigrate marriage but rather to live their lives, or honor their spouses’ memory, joined by its bond,” Kennedy said.