Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb SWAGTRON’s SK3 Is An Electric Scooter Built Just For Kids 1 / 1 Back to Gallery LEV maker’s latest electric scooter is designed for younger riders with ‘kick to cruise’ technology, a light-up LED wheel and an adjustable-height handlebar. DENVER (PRWEB) November 21, 2019 SWAGTRON®, the leader in affordable light electric vehicles including electric scooters and e-bikes, today introduces the all-new SK3, a compact electric scooter built just for kids. The youth e-scooter features “kick to cruise” technology which allows young riders to experience the thrill of riding an electric scooter even if they aren’t quite ready to go full … [Read more...] about SWAGTRON’s SK3 Is An Electric Scooter Built Just For Kids
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NBA star Charles Barkely is beefing with the present debate format. “I think the format sucks to be honest with you,” he told SiriusXM’s Mark Halperin-loving Michael Smerconish Wednesday.Barkley takes issue with the current debate style, which he claims doesn’t allow a viewer to really get to know a candidate. The basketball legend wants a town hall style format that features each candidate. With 20 candidates, he says the whole thing was a big mess. With 10 it’s no better. Barkely mentioned irritations like “interrupting” and “trying to get your point in and half the people don’t get to talk.” Smerconish agreed, saying, “Yap, too fast.” Barkley’s 2020 presidential campaign favorites are former President Obama‘s Housing Secretary Julian Castro and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. He pronounces Buttigieg “Butti-Jig,” which I think is a far better pronunciation than the … [Read more...] about Charles Barkely Wants A New Debate Format: ‘It Sucks’
The Wisconsin Badgers have to blow out McNeese State on Wednesday night. My beloved Badgers are 1-1 after losing to St. Mary’s and beating EIU. It’s not a terrible start, but it’s not where I’d like it to be. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)We should be 2-0 at the moment. It’s that simple. We’re not, and there’s nothing we can do about that going forward. The goal now is to murder every single easy game we’ve got left on the schedule. That starts tonight against McNeese State. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Wisconsin Basketball (@badgermbb) on Nov 11, 2019 at 5:31pm PST I don’t want to win by 5. I don’t want to win by 10. I don’t want to win by 20. I want to make McNeese State wish they were anywhere else on the planet tonight. I want this to be a bloodbath. I want Nate Reuvers, Kobe King, Brad Davison and the rest of Greg … [Read more...] about PREVIEW: Wisconsin Has To Dominate McNeese State Wednesday Night In Basketball
It’s Chippewa Valley Farm-City Day, and hundreds of schoolchildren are swarming the grounds of Denmark Dairy, which stretches for nearly a mile along County Road B in Dunn County, in western Wisconsin. They are laughing and chattering to one another and petting young calves. The dairy, one of the largest in the region, sustains a herd of twenty-four hundred cows on more than four thousand acres, each milked by machine three times a day. Some of that milk finds its way up the road to the Swiss Miss plant, in Menomonie, which makes more than fifty million boxes of hot-cocoa powder every year, among other sugary delights. Each kid receives a small container of Swiss Miss vanilla pudding while making the rounds. Dennis Kragness, who is seventy, has been farming here since 1973, expanding in hard times that have bankrupted other families. In the past fifteen years, nearly half of the state’s dairy farms have shut their doors. Farm bankruptcies in Wisconsin last year were higher … [Read more...] about How Trump’s Presidency Looks from Rural Wisconsin
Tesla unveiled its long-awaited pickup on Thursday, a futuristic "Cybertruck" at a Sci-Fi-style event with gimmicks and a cheering crowd. Not everything went to plan. During an elaborate demonstration of the strength of the car's new unbreakable glass, CEO Elon Musk asked one of the people onstage to try to break its windows. They shattered. "Maybe that was a little too hard," he said, punctuating his reaction with an expletive. It was an awkward, off-script moment in an already over-the-top spectacle of machismo, strength and bold disruption, aimed at generating hype for a product that seemed like a real-life manifestation of something in the vein of a Batmobile. The new truck marks the electric automaker's initial foray into a lucrative market dominated by America's best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-series truck. It's a bold push for the Silicon Valley firm and its CEO, who are hoping the to mobilize the same consumers that flock to heavy-duty, 4x4 work vehicles around a futuristic … [Read more...] about America loves pickup trucks. Can Elon Musk win drivers over with a Tesla ‘Cybertruck’?