What to expect from Michael Jordan’s ‘Wish List’ post on the Illinois lottery

  • October 15, 2021

Posted April 05, 2020 14:05:13With a $4.8 billion national media market and $1.5 billion in annual ad revenue, the basketball superstar has become a household name across the country and abroad.

But he’s not alone.

A recent article in The Associated Press details how Michael Jordan has created a massive wish list of his own for the Chicago-area residents who may be eligible to win the lottery.

Read MoreMichael Jordan’s “Wish Lists” are huge.

They go back to the ’70s.

The AP has published the first “Wise Up” wish list, which includes a list of people who “are a little out of it and can be better than we are right now.”

“There are people that are a little bit better off than we currently are, and we want to get them on the list,” Michael Jordan told the AP.

Jordan’s “I wish they had money” wish is particularly ironic given that he’s a billionaire who makes millions of dollars a year from his NBA jersey sales.

He also recently bought the Chicago Bulls and plans to use the money to expand the team’s facilities.

“It’s been a long time coming,” Michael J. Jordan told CBS Chicago’s “60 Minutes” in October.

“I want to make sure I have all the resources in the world to do it.

I’ve been waiting for it.”

A lot of the wish list is about Michael Jordan.

There are people who are a lot better off, and I want to have them on my list.

That’s the thing.

Michael Jordan told The Associated New York Times in 2010 that he “wouldn’t be surprised if I had $100 billion” in the bank, though he also said “I have a lot of money.”

Michael Jordan is also not shy about saying that “it’s about what’s best for the world.”

He once said he believes that “the world is better off if we just live peacefully.”

He also said in a 2011 interview that “a lot of people don’t believe the United States is really an important country,” and he has said in the past that he thinks the United Nations should be dissolved.

But in a new article in HuffPost, the Chicago Tribune writes that “Jordan’s desire to give back to Chicago and the country in general” is a “wonderful way to raise money.”

“If I could give $10 million a year to the city of Chicago, I would,” Michael Jackson said in 2013.

“But it’s really about what we want the world as a whole to be.

And that’s what he’s really passionate about.

He wants to make that happen.

He’s willing to give away a lot.”


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