Earlier today a young man named Abdul Razak Artan attacked civilians in the Ohio State University Campus. He attacked and injured 9 people with a butcher knife before he was killed by the Police. As of this moment, the authorities are still investigating whether it was an act of terrorism.
I came across this captioned photo of Abdul in social media.
Warning: The following has disturbing language and drug use.
This is inspired by a conversation with my cousin few years ago while we weren’t exactly sober. I just remembered it recently and decided to share it with you all.
So in the beginning, there was just Allah/God. God was really bored so he created the heavens, angels etc. Then after much sampling of different trees/plants he created, he created a special tree: marijuana. Click for more!
The following article is a result of spending the past year conversing with Trump Campaign Supporters from many walks of life.
Donald Trump is the President of the United States of America. Many of my progressive friends are wondering “Why? He said the most obnoxious things.” My entire Facebook news feed is filled with inner city Progressives drawing the conclusion that Donald Trump won merely because half of the country are white supremacist racists, xenophobic, misogynistic etc. There is an absolute freak out about end times coming and the Trump Presidency being the apocalypse for the world.
So to break it down with their logic: “Donald Trump says bigoted and misogynistic remarks. He is a bigot. If you support him despite this bigotry, you are a bigot too. Half the country supported him. Half the country are bigots.” Continue reading →
As the oldest sibling there were a few years in my early childhood that I had nobody to play with. So I would run from one end of my parents’ apartment to the next fighting with my imaginary friends. Boy was I good at martial arts… in my own imagination of course.
We would play power Rangers. I would even lose the battle sometimes and “die.” This is all on home video footage and it’s a very cute memory. It certainly influences my imagination for the rest of my life and even today.