Shop LC known as Liquidation Channel and The Jewelry Channel, is an American cable network based in Austin, Texas which specializes in selling jewelry. The network is a subsidiary of the Indian-based Vaibhav Global Limited; the network's reach is 77 million households in the United States. The network sells inventory in a reverse auction format, it additionally airs late nights on the American Spanish-English network LATV through a time brokerage agreement, has 39 over-the-air affiliates in mid-to-major markets through digital subchannels. The channel sells jewelry, along with fashion accessories such as scarves and handbags; the channel was launched as The Jewelry Channel in 2007, but switched over to a discount liquidation model in 2009 and the new name Liquidation Channel due to a lack of demand for luxury items in the Great Recession, to reduce confusion with the already-existing Jewelry Television. Jewelry Television sued Liquidation Channel for infringement of a reverse auction patent in June 2013.
In October 2015, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board invalidated Jewelry Television's "abstract ideas" patent based on the previous Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International ruling. On May 28, 2015, two customers sued the channel over falsely advertised discounts. On January 9, 2017, Liquidation Channel rebranded itself as Shop LC; the meaning of the LC abbreviation was changed so the channel's name now stands for "Shop Low-Cost". The Jewellery Channel Vaibhav Global Limited Shop LC website
Lone Tree City Center is a light rail station in Lone Tree, part of the RTD system in Denver. It is served by three lines: the E Line to Union Station, F Line to Downtown Denver, R Line to Aurora; the station consists of two side platforms located adjacent to the interchange of Interstate 25 and RidgeGate Parkway. It has a 1,300-stall parking garage and bicycle facilities. Construction on the 2.3-mile extension to Lone Tree began in 2016 and cost $223 million, encompassing three stations—Lone Tree City Center, RidgeGate, Sky Ridge. It opened on May 17, 2019; the station sits in a greenfield plot, planned to host a transit-oriented development, connected between the three stations. The 400-acre Lone Tree City Center, for which the station is named, is planned to include 10,000 homes, office space, parks; the development project was approved in 2018 and is planned to take decades to finish
"Still Tippin" is a song by American rapper Mike Jones, released on November 12, 2004 as his debut and lead single from his album Who Is Mike Jones?. Prior to this, it was used as a single to promote Swisha House's compilation album, The Day Hell Broke Loose 2; the song features vocals from rappers Slim Paul Wall. The beat was produced by Salih Williams, featuring a hypnotic refrain from a Swishahouse song of Slim Thug from years past. In an interview with MTV, Jones stated that the "tippin'" of the title is a synonym for "cruising", he added that "tippin' on four 4s, wrapped in four Vogues" refers to rims with "the spokes that you see sticking out" wrapped in Vogue tires, which he explains "were made in 1984 by Cadillac and those were the most popular ones at the time". Furthermore, the line is a reference to the slang for the Acres Homes area of Houston, TX where the "fo-fo" comes from the METRO bus route #44 which goes through the community; the song's music video was directed by John "Dr. Teeth" Tucker, earning him an MTV Video Music Award nomination.
The last verse was given to rapper Paul Wall after a feud between Jones and fellow artist Chamillionaire, resulting in Chamillionaire's departure from Swishahouse. The version of "Still Tippin'" released on Mike Jones's album is a remix of the original version featuring Slim Thug and Mike Jones; when Chamillionaire and Mike Jones started their rivalry, Jones took the track, placed it on a different beat and cut Chamillionaire off it. He got Paul Wall to record a verse and used it as a substitute for the cut verse; the original version of the song is sampled from Slim Thug's own song "I'm a Hoe", can be heard on the Rap-a-Lot Records compilation, The Day After Hell Broke Loose. According to CD Now, the song was released in 2003 on Swishahouse's The Day Hell Broke Loose 2 AKA Major Without A Major Deal album, but due to word of mouth, the infamous X-rated version seen on BET: Uncut released in spring of the following year, by late 2004 the song received major radio rotations, an edited version of the video was released.
The official remix known as the "Underground Remix" features Screwed Up Click members Lil' Keke & Big Pokey. A remix of the song, called "Bitch What U Know About", features Young Buck and Spider Loc. A freestyle by Ludacris is included on the mixtape The Preview called "Still Spittin'". Another official remix titled, "Still Tippin", featuring singer Nicole Wray can be found on the soundtrack of the movie, Hustle & Flow; the beat for the song "Still Tippin", was used on Lupe Fiasco's mixtape in a song called "Switch". It is garnering millions of views on YouTube. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics