Prank it Forward,The gift of giving hope and a smile (holidays edition 2014)

When we think of the Holidays in the United States like Thanksgiving and Christmas we end up leaning towards Family and love ones, seasonal decorations, homemade traditional food dishes, gifts and presents, and promotional pricing and deals (Black Friday and Cyber Monday)! All of which is important to us but number one is always family and love ones! How about people you may not know, that may be in need at this time of the year? I’m going to step out of the box (Tech for a moment) and present to you something I believe you would like to know and see! It’s called Prank it Forward, with the love from they have been Pranking it Forward (Paying it forward) to unexpecting people all over the United States!

housekeeper22n-4-webThe beauty of this is people are receiving gifts for just being themselves, hardworking, and protecting our country to name a few! They did mention you can help just by clicking the like button in each video to help raise money to support future Prank it Forward events! I’m a really big fan of YouTube and found some very wonderful links provided by Break on YouTube you all should check out with your family and love ones over the Holidays! happy Thanksgiving all and soon to be Christmas, Cheers, and God bless!!!



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Website bios, hehe lets do this! To start I would like to say if you are reading this, thank you! I love hacking all that is Android and hope you like it the same! I started with the Viewsonic G Tablet (the first to sale the Tegra 2 mainstream in the US), lol the good old days! I started writing about Xposed frameworks in late 2013, helping people hack Android without the need for a custom rom (still love the rom community) great work guys! September 28, 2014 was the date I started writing for Bane-Tech, and happy to have meet a great friend Joshua Bane! I enjoy technology and love to update and teach people on how-to get the most out of their tech! That's me to date but subject to change Cheers all because I'm Rooting for you!!!