Ant Wesson – Roll Up

Ant Wesson – Roll Up


Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up Bitch I been blowing Full of that purple shit That gas calm my motherfucking nerves so I
don’t murder shit Y’all niggas blowing on that green ninja turtle
shit Your click full of cheese eaters heard your
circle snitched (Y’all niggas rats) Nigga say I’m what I want him to cap again ( Bitch you dumb) My 38 hold 6 it got a matching twin I use to sell reggie use to be stacking tens Now I blow heavy I want a nasty benz I be full of that shit moving in slow motion I can’t control it ( I can’t) I swear to god I’m focused I be full of that shit moving in slow motion I can’t control it ( I can’t) I swear to god I’m focused Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up I want that purple shit it get my mind right My pops told me keep that motherfucking iron
tight I be in the streets blowing in the lime light Looking like I’m Asian I be having a blind
site My eyes red as a bitch be looking like the
devil Nigga was talking down so I beat him with
the metal I be blowing on that gas I ain’t talking no
pedal Fuck cloud 9 you little niggas ain’t on my
level Little nigga put that swisher up go get a
back wood This that shit that get you right and make
you act good Little nigga put that swisher up go get a
back wood This that shit that get you right and make
you act good Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up Go and get the gar so I can roll up BG bringing me the purp so I can roll up Niggas know I hate being sober It ain’t over I’m fenna roll up

The Raging Termites Band – Backdoor Official Music

The Raging Termites Band – Backdoor Official Music


The Raging termites are back again
They were at my back door again They Ripped everything apart
I don’t know how to finish or how to start The Raging termites are back
You can ask my girl cause they hit her in the crack
They chewed on our back door I don’t think I’m ever going to make a score
Those Raging Termites, Those Damn Raging Termites they ruined my friendship with my girl
50 50 50 and those muther fuckers ate her out
And they hit her and they screamed and shout
Those damn Raging Termites, they Did their job Something I couldn’t do with my 2 inch dick
Those Raging Termites ate her out again I don’t know if they’re going to be my friends
Now there’s no front door And DON’T EVEN THINK I’M GONNA HIT HER IN
THE Backdoor Those Raging Termites and Me gotta settle
a little score They Can Munch They Can Crunch but my tongue
can win this little war But they’re never gonna get me in the backdoor Those Raging termites
Those Damn Raging termites The Raging Termites ate by the door
It’s overfilled with raging termites They’re never going to get anything from me again,
they ruined everything cause
they’re not my fucking friends
they ate her bush

Baja Bugs – The People’s Beetle and Classic Desert Racer

Baja Bugs – The People’s Beetle and Classic Desert Racer


The VW Beetle is the bestselling vehicle of all time. Since production began in 1938 over 21 million have been sold. It’s a classic design which still dominates
one of the toughest motorsports in the world, off-road racing. JUDY SMITH: My name is Judy Smith. I’m basically a housewife, but when I can, I drive a Class 11 race car in the desert, in Baja, as far away from pavement and civilisation as I can get. There are different classes for off-road Beetles, Judy Smith’s is a Class 11. This is a Class 5-1600, a Beetle with limited modifications. And this is the most extreme Beetle of all,
the Class 5 Unlimited, the ultimate desert racer. The Beetle was originally designed by Ferdinand Porsche, when Hitler asked him to design a Volkswagen, German for People’s car. Porsche designed it to last. JUDY SMITH: People use VWs as off-road cars because of the fact that they were air-cooled, rather than water-cooled, didn’t have a
radiator, you didn’t have to worry about running out of water, or boiling over. And because the motor is in the back over the drive wheels so it gets such good traction in loose soft terrain. Judy has made only a few alterations to her Beetle, she has fitted slightly bigger tyres, slightly stiffer shock absorbers, and a roll
cage. But it takes more than just a good car to
survive in off-road racing. JUDY SMITH: You need to learn how to read the desert. But then you need to be able to make decisions and stick by them, you can’t be indecisive. You can end up over a cliff, or stuck in a river, or stuck in the ocean, so the decisions have some importance. You can get yourself into a real bind. It’s the last adventure left to me, I’m born too late to take the covered wagons across, and I’m born too early to take a spaceship and go out to Saturn or something, but I can ride in Baja, and I feel like an explorer, feel like I’m seeing new things, I am seeing new things. I am doing something that the average person doesn’t do, can’t do, won’t do. Love it! The next step up is the Class 5-1600. Wayne Cook has modified his Beetle to produce a world champion. WAYNE COOK: The street-legal Beetle is quite a marvel in itself, all we’ve done is make it better. Make it just a little bit bigger suspension, a little bit bigger torsion bars, a little bit bigger of everything. It will do just about anything except for climb a block wall. The most extreme off-road racer is the Class 5 Unlimited, a Beetle on steroids. GEORGE SEELEY: My name is George Seeley Junior and I drive a Class 5. Capable of speeds of 110mph over the roughest terrain, this car has no limits. GEORGE SEELEY: The ideal situation for this car is to have long suspension, which allows you to go faster through rougher terrain. It’s kind of a crowd pleasing car, because it will fly well, and it maintains a good attitude in the air, which lets you gain on your opponent and actually finish the races in faster time. It has a custom-built chromoly frame, with
a 3000cc engine suspended over the back wheels. It has 4 massive shock absorbers at the back with over 2 feet of travel, these absorb the impact of landing and keep it stable over bumps. GEORGE SEELEY: The greatest joy is you go over a jump, like you fly through the air, you’re leaving Earth for a while. It gives you a tremendous feeling of accomplishment when you battle the elements and come through. The basic Beetle design hasn’t changed from 1938, until now. It’s styled on the old Beetle, but that’s
where the similarity ends. It has abandoned original design features
like the rear air-cooled engine in favour of a water-cooled engine, and now it’s under the hood. It’s The Bug for the 21st century.

Roly Polies Came From the Sea to Conquer the Earth | Deep Look

Roly Polies Came From the Sea to Conquer the Earth | Deep Look


Pill bugs…… roly polies….. potato bugs… whatever you want to call them, somehow there’s something less creepy about these guys than other insects. More loveable, or something. Maybe it’s because they’re not insects
at all. Pill bugs are actually crustaceans. They’re more closely related to shrimp and
lobsters than crickets or beetles. Pill bugs even taste like shellfish, if you
cook them right. Some adventurous foragers call them wood shrimp. As early as 300 million years ago, some intrepid
ancestor crawled out of the ocean, sensing there might be more to eat, or less competition,
on dry land.” But unlike lobsters, pillbugs can roll up
into a perfect little ball for protection. If you look closely you can see the evidence
of where these guys came from. Like their ocean-dwelling cousins, pill bugs
still use gills to breathe. True insects — like this cricket — use a
totally different system. See those tiny holes on this cricket’s abdomen? They’re called spiracles. They lead to a series of tubes that bring
fresh air directly to the insect’s cells. But pill bugs don’t have any of that. To survive on land, they had to adapt. Their gills, called pleopods, are modified
to work in air. Folds in the pleopod gills developed into
hollow branched structures, almost like tiny lungs. In a way, the pillbug is only halfway to becoming
a true land animal. Because… they’re still gills. They need to be kept moist in order to work. Which is why you usually find pill bugs in
moist places, like under damp, rotting logs. They can’t venture too far away. Sure, pill bugs look like the most ordinary
of bugs. But they’re much more than that: evidence
that over evolutionary time, species make big, life-changing leaps. And those stories are written on their bodies. Hey, while we’re on the subject of oddball
crustaceans… check out this episode about mantis shrimp. Their eyes see colors we can’t even
comprehend. Their punch is faster than Muhammad Ali’s. And while we have you: Subscribe. OK? Thank you! And see you next time.