HaCkeD by MuhmadEmad
KurDish HaCk3rS WaS Here
FUCK ISIS !
September 16, 2014 was graced with the birth of our first son, Manilla Morgan Gee.
Leading up to his birth, there was a lot of predictions (and a little bit of betting) as to whether he would be brown like me, or more fair like his mother. But, when the special day came, our only hope was for Continue reading
I’m writing this for myself. Or at least people who think like me. This is for people who want to be the very best version of themselves. Those willing to step outside their comfort zone and try something new. People who understand there is happiness in knowledge and joy in progression. I’m writing this for people who want to be healthier.
Lately (and by lately I mean since 2348 BC) there has been a lot of negative criticism directed towards different religions and churches, including my own faith, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon). This is nothing of the sort. The Family Fund is just my simple “in the shower” optimistic idea to solve a problem I’ve been Continue reading
I thought it would be fun to wear my Google Glass and share the experience from our perspective. In this video, the top half is what viewers saw on their TV and the bottom half is everything from my perspective through Google Glass.
The whole experience was a lot of fun. Some of my most memorable times have come from Continue reading
Once a Hater, Now a Lover
As a college dropout, many people think I hate the education system. But the truth is, I respect the education system for the beast that it is. Actually, I’ll go ahead and just say it. I love the education system.
I used to talk poorly of the education system for its many flaws, especially for the way it Continue reading
When I was 13 years old, I was fortunate enough to watch Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls take on the Seattle Supersonics from a court-side seat. That one game changed my entire perspective of athleticism. Here are 7 of my favorite Continue reading