Despite being the most valuable company in the world, Apple still has it's doubters. Notably, tech investor Mark Cuban. CNN's Poppy Harlow speaks with Cuban about why he's not optimistic about Apple's future and why he ditched his iPhone.
I think many public people, such as Mark Cuban (not that LA team owner, he's an ass) make comments that are twisted around, and not their intent, but it comes out of their mouth and before they can correct their statement, it's gone viral. I am equally cautious around all races if they dress a certain way, and walk a certain way. If I'm walking down the street and I see a kid with a hoodie, or their pants hanging down around their knees, or they are a walking art display, it gets my attention but that doesn't scare me. I then look at their facial expression to make my decision on whether I'm concerned or frightened. If I find their face shows malice; they are scowling or their eyes have a dark glow, versus they have soft eyes and just going about their business, then I decide how I will react. I might not agree with their wardrobe choices, or body art but I'm not scared of them based on that whatsoever. I appreciate everyone's right to let their freak flag fly, and express themselves in whatever fashion they choose.
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