Yuusha Shirei Dagwon – Episode 9 – Big Panic of Insects

Yuusha Shirei Dagwon – Episode 9 – Big Panic of Insects


♪ A shudder runs over the blue planet ♩ ♪ It’s the time the dark storm approaches ♩ ♪ It’s as if a hero is awakening on the inside ♩ ♪ Fly away and don’t look back! ♩ Brave Command Dagwon
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♪ Dagwon… Shine on!! Dagwon! ♩ Brave Command Dagwon
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Dagwon ♪ The name that protects the peace ♩ ♪ Dagwon! We are Dagwon! ♩ ♪ We will never hand over our dream ♩ ♪ To grab the overflowing courage ♩ ♪ We believe in our friendship firmly ♩ ♪ We are not afraid of getting hurt ♩ ♪ In order to reach that infinite future! ♩ What speed it has! That bastard! That bastard! Merging Fusion! Merging Fusion! Dag Fire! Fire Blaster! Big Panic of Insects Space Birdman Garabird Seijin
Appears Hmph… you’re now asking me to move your things? Tell me what’s inside. Alright, I’ll tell you soon, so look forward to know! So what was this guy’s objective? I can’t guess at all One thing sure is, that alien can fly faster than mach 8. Yoku! I got you a present! Present? -I found this in the park.
-I guess it’s something plain. -What’s this?
-Disgusting! This is terrific. Awesome! This shape! This body! This is perfect, Gaku! -Are you happy with this?
-Of course! Hey, you guys! Did you lost it? Get rid of this thing right now! -Agreed.
-Yeah. Throw away? Nonsense! This is the discovery of the century! Is it an undiscovered new species, or a mutant from environmental destruction? Anyway, we have to investigate about this. Would you like to do it together? -I decline.
-Same for me. Instead, why not we sell it to a pet shop? -It’ll worth a lot!
-Agreed! You only think about small things… You might won’t understand, but this is a men’s dream! Getting a Ph. D. isn’t considered a dream! Really… I am fed up with Yoku. A youth spent with worms? I don’t get it. Then, I’ll go enjoy my youth with girls, so see ya! I am fed up with you too. Then see you tomorrow! Huh? It’s not there! It’s gone! Did he do this? Yoku! Kai! This is bad! That guy… that larva disappeared! As expected. Anyway, follow me. Sorry, but step aside. -What do you think?
-No doubt about it. That guy did it. Anyway, it’s terrific, for eating things like this too. Is this the time to be amazed? You were supposed to take care of it from the first place! Anyway, let’s scatter and find it before the damage becomes bigger. -What’s up?
-We were changing our clothes and suddenly- A pervert?! Mo- monster! Monster?! That appetite… What the heck is inside its stomach?! Kai, look at this! What’s that? -It looks like a cast-off skin.
-But what’s up with that size? Th- this size! You idiot! That hurts! What the heck was that?! Hey, look! I can’t believe my eyes! It was only a single night and.. -Let’s go, Shin, Yoku!
-Alright! -W- wait!
-Why? -Yoku! This is a priceless creature! Moreover, about the reason that how and why did it grow so quickly, we must investigate furthermore. Don’t be unreasonable! Move away! No! Shadow Kunai! Ryu?! You maniac! Are you trying to make us into its prey?! Bu- but! Heya! What are you doing in this place? What were you doing until now? I- I’m not late or something! Put that aside! We got a trouble! Worm monsters has appeared! Oh, about that, just now, at here… No! It appeared in the village! There are tens of them creeping! Yuusha Shirei
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Checked by Great Exkaiser103 Try Dagwon! Fire En! Try Dagwon! Turbo Kai! Try Dagwon! Armor Shin! Try Dagwon! Wing Yoku! Breast Motor Cannon! Turbo Wheel Attack! Blizzard Hurricane! Big Spiral Whirlwind Slash! He- help me! Fire Bird Attack! Dagwon! There’s no end to these! Where the heck are they coming out from? A mutant made by environmental destruction. This definitely is the warning of the mother nature to the humankind! Then, we have only one way to settle this out! We must capture them and find out the reason! Capture?! Hey, didn’t you give up yet?! They are not just a warning, but they are threat, no, natural enemy to the humankind! Bu- but… Look! Damn! Now an alien?! -What the?!
-They’re capturing the larvae! What’s going on? They came again! What are they trying to do? No! Damn! Yoku! You bastard! -Dammit!
-They ran away! Shin and I will go chase. En, Ryu, you take care of the village! It can’t be helped. I’ll leave it to you guys this time. I wonder where is this heading to. No… We’ll get you! What the?! Hmpt! You bird-headed! Where is this? That’s… Eggs? That guy! What the-?! Those larvae definitely are not the warning from the mother nature! Those are nothing more than a food for that alien! And its objective is… to make the Earth to a farm! But I won’t let that happen! Crystal Boomerang! N- no! -Yoku!
-Are you alright? Ev- everyone! It seems even bigger than before. But we’ll take back Yoku, you bird-headed! Final Buster! -I- it’s fast!
-And strong! Incoming! Only Dag Wing can match that speed! Break Wheel! Yoku! Dag Turbo! Merging Fusion! Dag Wing! Here it goes! Crystal Cutter! Yoku, do not lose! Anything goes now! He did it! -Now!
-Roger! Chaining Fusion! Liner Dagwon! Liner Blizzard! Liner Tackle! Kai, Shin… thank you. You made us worried one after another! We’ll be paid back for your debt! But anyway we managed to stop the alien’s plan. What a fortunate error. Yeah, but I am still concerned about something. That larva… if it kept growing, what kind of adult insect it could have become? Y- you bastard! You didn’t change at all! Kai! Shin! Yoku! Hurry up and come back! There still are tons of worms to take care of! Worm extermination again?! This will be all-night job. Alright! I’ll be able to make the sample of that space insect! Forget it! ♪ The sun suddenly called me ♩ ♪ To come to the blue sea ♩ ♪ The ripples are coming and going ♩ ♪ An endless melody ♩ ♪ To keep that shape for eternity ♩ ♪ I’ll follow the fate of the dream ♩ ♪ Sparkling far away ♩ ♪ A Prism in the Wind ♩ Yuusha Shirei
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Preview for Next Episode Killad Seijin absorbs the opponent’s power to be strong. And in front of Ryu, one Tiger was sacrificed. Ryu is burning with the will to revenge. Killad Seijin is looking for that power and technique. Ryu! It’s not just your fight! Next time on Yuusha Shirei Dagwon! Strength to my Hands A decisive battle is up ahead. A decisive battle is up ahead.
Strength to my Hands Strength to my Hands

Effects of Emerald Ash Borer – How to Control Tree Damaging Insects

Effects of Emerald Ash Borer – How to Control Tree Damaging Insects


Hi, I’m Harold Enger from Spring-Green Lawn
Care. I’m standing underneath an Ash Tree, one of
the most popular trees in much of the country. And, unfortunately, this tree is being devastated
by insects known as an Emerald Ash Borer. Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive pest from
Asia that threatens the Ash Tree population in the U.S. It has killed over twenty million Ash Trees
in Michigan alone since 2002. It has currently spread throughout the Midwest,
and has been reported in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, as well as into Canada. Now, the adults will nibble on the leaves,
but the damage is from the larvae that feed on the inner part of the tree, disrupting
the trees ability to transport water and nutrients. How do I know if I should treat for Emerald
Ash Borer? Well, if you’re definitely within a quarantined
area, you should treat your Ash Trees. If you’re within about ten to fifteen miles
from a quarantined area, it would be a good idea to consider having your trees treated
for Emerald Ash Borer. A good place to look to see whether you are
within a quarantined, area or close to one, would be to visit the website Emerald Ash
Borer (all one word) dot info (EmeraldAshBorer.info). There’s a lot of good tools and information
on that website. Spring-Green offers several different methods
to control Emerald Ash Borer. One is a trunk injection system that will
actually inject material into the trunk of the tree. The other method is through a root feed method
that we do in the fall. The timing is critical for controlling Emerald
Ash Borer. It has to be done in mid to late spring, or
in mid fall. You want to make sure that the material is
available to control the larvae. Emerald Ash Borer is not going to go away. It is going to threaten a lot of Ash Trees
throughout the country. If you are within one of these quarantined
areas, or close to it, it is strongly recommended that you have your tree treated to control
this invasive pest. For more information, contact your local Spring-Green
office. They can come out to check your tree and help
you identify whether there are Emerald Ash Borers currently active in your Ash Trees. They will work with you and provide you with
the right materials, at the right times, to make sure this pest stays out of your trees. Thank you.

How to Control Subterranean Termites

How to Control Subterranean Termites


termites are a homeowners worst
nightmare because they will eat you out of house and home they will do a lot of
damage and can be difficult to get rid of but termite control does not have to
cost you thousands of dollars in this video I will show you how you can
control termites easily to save your home and money hi i’m keith with
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let’s start on the outside no matter what type of foundation you have you’ll
want to dig a trench approximately 6 inches by 6 inches all the way around
the house we want to use a professional grade product such as Taurus SC we want
to apply this product in the trench by using a poly sprayer once complete
backfill this will create a chemical barrier that will prevent and kill
termites from coming up from the exterior next we’re going to use our red
eye termite stations the red eye termite stations can be installed around the
house to control and prevent termites we’ll want to place these in areas that
are conducive to termites they should be placed anywhere from 8 to 10 feet apart
and back away from the drip edge monitoring the dread eye termite station
is very simple there’s a clear view window in the very top of the station
there’s a red eye that sits there and it’s actually painted onto a wooden
dowel as termites come up through the bottom of the station they begin to feed
on all that wood material the red eye drops now you know that you have termite
activity once that happens we’re gonna take FitPro
aerosol we’re gonna inject the FitPro into the station the neat thing about
this product is that it’s a foam the longer you inject the deeper it travels
through the galleries and the ground providing a direct kill now let’s move
on to the inside we’re gonna take FitPro aerosol this product is going to be used
in areas where we found termite activity such as voids or cracks and crevices
around windows doors fireplaces we’re plumbing penetrates the wall and also in
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What is the flu? | Infectious diseases | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

What is the flu? | Infectious diseases | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy


– [Voiceover] So if you’re
watching this video, I’m pretty sure that at
some point in your life, or in the lives of someone you know, that you’ve had the flu. Almost everybody is pretty familiar with how awful it feels
to get sick with the flu. And when people talk about the flu, they kinda talk about it
in two different ways. And we’re gonna get into
both of those ways right now. So sometimes, they’ll
talk about the illness, or the symptoms they had
when they had the flu. And other times, they’ll
talk about the virus, you know, the actual
virus that causes the flu. So I’m gonna actually
break it down the same way, we’re gonna talk first about the illness, and then we’re gonna get into the virus. I’m gonna draw a nice
little line down the middle so that we don’t get lost
in this conversation. So I can’t help it, but any time I hear that someone has the flu, I immediately get into this mode where I have a bunch
of questions for them, and I really just wanna
kinda convince myself that when they say they have the flu, they really have the flu and
they don’t have something else. So the questions that pop up in my head, the first one is usually, is it abrupt, or did it kinda start abruptly? I’m gonna just write that. Was it abrupt? And you know, I might say, do you remember feeling well one evening, and then waking up sick. Or something like that. Do you remember exactly
kinda when it started. And most people with the flu can tell you, within a day or two, exactly when their illness started. Now another clue that something is the flu is that it usually lasts for
about three to seven days. So if someone is saying, well, I got sick with the flu, and then four months later, you know, I started getting better, that’s a very weird story. Usually it would be a
lot quicker than that. So always think around
three to seven days. Of course it could be a
few extra days than that, especially when you’re thinking about a symptom like the cough. But generally speaking,
that’s the time window. Then I really get into
the symptoms themselves. I want to find out exactly
what made them feel so sick. And there are two categories of symptoms. The first is respiratory symptoms. I want to know about respiratory symptoms. And secondly, I want to know about what I call constitutional symptoms. Constitutional symptoms. And these, this has nothing
to do with the Constitution, but it has to do with the body. Kinda thinking about symptoms
that affect the entire body. So let me make a little
bit of space on the canvas. And we’ll first start out thinking about the respiratory side. So respiratory symptoms, let me draw out air coming into the body. Remember, air has two
major paths into your body, it’s gonna come in through your nose, or it’s gonna come in
through your mouth, right? And when it comes in, it’s
going to quickly join up. Remember, air in the nose is gonna meet up with air in the mouth,
and it’s gonna go down through the windpipe, or
the trachea we call it, and it’s gonna branch off into the right and left lung. So this is my right lung over here, and on the other side
we’ve got the left lung. And remember the left
lung is also gonna be right next to the heart, so we’ve gotta keep a
little space for the heart. So these are the two lungs, and this is the air coming in. Now if someone says that
they have a stuffy nose, that’s a really common one, right? They say they’re congested, or sometimes they might say a runny nose, but any of these kinds of symptoms you can think in your mind of this picture and you can say, well yep, this is right along the path that air is gonna take on
its way into the lungs. So this is part of the respiratory track. Now, another symptom
might be a sore throat. A sore throat. And here again, you can see that the air is actually gonna be passing right through the throat on its way down into the lungs. And a really really common symptom, you hear this all the time, is cough. And whenever people talk about cough, I just usually think about the
lungs being involved there. So these symptoms, stuffy
nose, sore throat, cough, you can think of this picture and really can visualize the air going through, and somehow these parts
are being involved. Now exactly what’s happening is that the virus is of
course coming in, right? It’s being breathed in, that’s
how we take in the flu virus. And as it hits these different areas, the cells are getting damaged. And that’s what we experience as a stuffy nose or a
sore throat or a cough. It’s really damaged cells that are being affected by the virus. Now moving on to the other side, the constitutional symptoms, these are symptoms that
I want you to think of as affecting the whole body. So if this is the whole body, let’s say these are the arms and the legs. These are symptoms like fever. Now if someone says they have fever, it’s very hard to point to
one exact part of the body that’s affected, right? You might say, well, I feel feverish, really all over, and if you’re feeling feverish, this face would be very sad like that. So if you have symptoms like fevers, and with fevers oftentimes
you get chills as well. I’m gonna put that together. If you have fevers or chills, that would be a constitutional symptom. Another one would be
something like bodyaches. You know, if you are in bed because your whole body is aching, you wouldn’t point to any one place, you’d say, well it’s
just kind of all over. And so that would be another
constitutional symptom. Another one that jumps to mind is fatigue. Kinda the same idea. Where your whole body is affected here. So again, when someone tells me about flu, I’m thinking that they better have at least one of these respiratory symptoms and at least one of these
constitutional symptoms. So I think of them in
two categories, right? And I want at least
one from each category. And they must have both if they’re gonna get me convinced that they have the flu. So scrolling up just a little bit, just to make sure we don’t forget. It’s gotta be abrupt, it’s gotta happen over the course of three to seven days, and they should have at
least one respiratory symptom and at least one constitutional symptom. Now this is good if I’m
taking care of patients, or I’m thinking about a clinical setting, like the hospital or the emergency room. But what about if you’re doing research? Well, it turns out that the
Centers for Disease Control, and they do a lot of research
around influenza and flu, they have a definition that
I want you to know about. Their definition, and you’ll see this, is that the person has
to have a sore throat or a cough, one or the other, and I’ll put a big or here. And they have to have fevers. So this is very similar to the
definition I just gave you, but this is the definition they use when doing research, and when
actually presenting data. So it has to have these two things, right? Sore throat or a cough, and fevers. And so this is the definition
for influenza-like illness. Influenza-like illness. And the short way of
saying all this is ILI, influenza-like illness. So this again is the definition from the Centers for Disease Control. So if you ever hear ILI,
at least now you know what they’re considering as
being someone that has ILI. So this brings up kind of
an interesting question, and that’s why I kinda started out by splitting things up between
the illness and the virus. I wanna go over to the virus side. And just keep in the back of your mind this idea of ILI. Now on the virus side, let me just kinda sketch out very quickly in this green color, what the influenza virus looks like. I’m gonna label this influenza over here. So this is my influenza virus, and this little virus has got some RNA on the inside of it, so it’s got RNA in here. And I’m gonna draw out the RNA, just so you can see it. I’m gonna use two different colors, so let’s use like a purple color here, and one important thing about this RNA is that it’s broken up into little pieces, the way I’m drawing it here. So it’s got some purple chunks, and let’s draw some yellow
chunks of RNA as well. And this RNA of course is,
as I said, genetic material, so it’s gonna be coding for proteins. So you’ve got some proteins, and let’s say that you’ve got some proteins out here on the surface. And, you know, you
could imagine that those yellow proteins come from one
of those yellow RNA segments, and you’ve also got some
purple proteins over here, some purple proteins. I’m gonna draw out some
purple proteins here for you. So let’s say that the purple protein, we can call that H, and the yellow protein,
we can call that N. So what you’re getting
here is that you’re seeing a couple of the important
parts of influenza virus. And I just wanted you to
start getting familiar with the fact that it has, you know, RNA on the inside that
is broken up into chunks, that it’s got some surface
proteins on the outside, and a couple of those important ones, we call them H and N for short. And I’ll tell you more about
them in a future video. So this is influenza virus, and now the question
is, if you have someone, let’s say I’ve got a
friend or a family member who tells me that they
had an abrupt illness that was six days, and they
had fevers and a cough. Well, it sounds like,
based on what I said, that this meets of
course the CDC definiton for influenza-like illness. And so if I tested them, let’s say I actually, you know, checked their nose with a
little nose swab and did a test, you would expect that I would
actually find influenza there. And most of the time, I would
actually find influenza there. But not always. And this is actually an important concept. That there are actually,
believe it or not, some of these little copycat viruses. I’m gonna draw a couple
copycat viruses here for you. I’m gonna write out two of them. There are actually more than two, but we’re just gonna
talk about two of them. And I’m not gonna draw them accurately, this is just kind of a
visual representation, just to kind of show you what they are and write up their names. One is called rhinovirus. Rhinovirus. And you may be aware
that rhino means nose, and actually rhinovirus
loves to infect the nose, and that’s actually why
it’s called rhinovirus. And another copycat virus, I’m gonna draw it looking
a little different, maybe a sideways looking
thing, something like this. This guy, this is RSV. RSV. And the full name of RSV is respiratory, so you know it affects the
lungs, syncytial virus. Respiratory syncytial virus. And we’ll talk about that
another time as well. But the idea here guys, is that these copycat viruses, and this is interesting, they can actually sometimes fool us into thinking that we’re
dealing with influenza. Because some of the symptoms
you get with rhinovirus and that you get with RSV end up being pretty similiar to the symptoms you get with the flu. And so as a result, we have to have some way of telling them apart. And that’s why, actually, you may have heard of the term the cold. Let me actually bring this down and actually show you now the cold and the flu side by side, and how to kind of
distinguish between the two. So when you have, let’s say the flu, we said that usually you would have some respiratory symptoms, check, and you’d have some
constitutional symptoms, check. But if you have the cold, kinda
the common cold, we call it, then you generally only
have respiratory symptoms. You don’t typically have fevers and chills and body aches and fatigue. You don’t usually have
that stuff with the cold. So that’s kinda the easy and quick way to distinguish between
the flu and the cold. And those are the questions I always ask, you know, patients of mine. I say, well did you have
body aches or fatigue? And if the answers to all those
kinds of questions are no, I’m thinking aha, this
person has the cold. But of course, this isn’t exact, right? This isn’t perfect in
that once in a while, people will actually fool you, and they will actually have
one of these copycat viruses, the rhinovirus or RSV or
adenovirus, or many other ones. And they’ll actually have
influenza-like illness. They’ll actually have sore
throat and fevers and body aches. And so this is important to know, that every single time we
clinically think someone has, you know, flu illness, doesn’t necessarily mean that
they have the influenza virus.

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Control: Keeping Stink Bugs Out of Your House

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Control: Keeping Stink Bugs Out of Your House


(jazzy music) – Brown marmorated stinkbugs. They’ve been punishing our plants, they’ve been vandalizing our
vegetables, and guess what? The horde is on my sunflowers, pretty soon these guys
are coming in my house. Hi, I’m the Bug Guy here for University of Maryland Extension. Today I’m gonna talk about E squared, the exclusion and execution of stinkbugs in and around your house. Let’s go see how these
guys are getting in. These stinkbugs are diabolically
clever at getting inside. I know this screen is in good shape, I bet there’s something wrong
with my weather stripping. Even the smallest crack is
gonna let these rascals in. Let’s see what’s up. Ah, it’s just as I thought,
this weather stripping has slipped down, I’m gonna push that up. That looks nice and tight,
that’ll keep those rascals out. These soffit vents are too
small to let stinkbugs in, but hey, look at this crack, that’s giant. Stinkbugs are gonna get in there, I’m gonna have to caulk this baby up. Another way these guys get in the house is where utilities pass in and out. Look at this utility box right
here, this is really loose, this is gonna be like a
highway for stinkbugs. But you know what? A little bit of this foam is
gonna keep these guys out. Stinkbugs love the attic. Just look at the size of
the holes in this screen, you could drive a Mack
Truck through there. I’m gonna have to get back up here with window grade screening, put it here, put it on the gable end vents. That’ll help keep the stinkbugs out. Air conditioners, whether
they’re in windows or in walls, can really let in a lot of stinkbugs. There’s a lot of gaps around them, you’ve gotta caulk these things up, get a cover, put it over
the air conditioner, that’ll keep ’em from getting through. The other thing you can
do if you have stinkbugs is buy a stinkbug trap. These traps will really capture
and kill a lot of stinkbugs. We’ve talked about trapping,
we’ve talked about exclusion, let’s see how we’re
gonna execute stinkbugs once they get inside the house. Hey, let’s face it,
you’re gonna get a couple stinkbugs in your house,
but don’t freak out, these guys aren’t gonna breed, they’re not gonna bite you or your kids. Now it’s time to catch these
things and execute ’em. You can make a pretty simple stinkbug trap with a water bottle, you cut off the top, you turn it over, it makes a funnel. Then all you have to do is take it, place it underneath the stinkbugs and the stinkbugs are
gonna fall right in there. Sometimes there are just too many stinkbugs to catch in a bottle. It’d be much easier to simply
get these guys with a vacuum. (vacuum suction) Alright, we got a vacuum
full of stinkbugs. What’re we gonna to with ’em? I’ll show you what not to do first. Dropping ’em down the toilet. You’re gonna waste a
lot of water doing this. I have a more environmentally sound way to execute stinkbugs. (beep, beep, beep, beep) here’s an easy way to
annihilate stinkbugs. Once you got ’em in your little trap, put ’em in a Ziploc bag, seal it up, toss it in the freezer for a couple days, that’ll chill ’em out. And for all those stinkbugs
we caught in the vacuum, we’re gonna see how
well these guys can swim in a bucket of soapy water. Woo, not very well. And for the frozen stinkbugs, I got other plans for these guys. For the little stinkbugs
I caught in my trap, you can either return ’em
to where they came from just drop ’em on the ground, or in this case, I’m gonna
dump ’em in my compost pile. So next time before you come in my house, you better think before you stink. (light jazzy music)

Mystery Bug Catching in the Backyard!! FAMILY POOL PARTY with new toys!

Mystery Bug Catching in the Backyard!! FAMILY POOL PARTY with new toys!


– I’m climbing up. Put him, put him in here. – [Dad] Oh my gosh. – I’m gonna get him in here now. – [Dad] Okay, transport him in. – Okay, you do it now. – [Dad] ‘Kay. – [Addley] He’s super nice. – [Dad] He is really nice. (laughing) (laughing) That is a very nice fly. What are you gonna name your fly? – Hmm, rocks. – Rocks?
– Yeah. (Door knob clicking) (Child joyfully screaming) – [Dad] Hello, hi doggie. Hi Nico, you’re so cute. (child play screaming) What are you guys doing? – We’re watching the blog. – [Dad] Oh yeah, how
is it? (Addley talking) – It’s good. – [Dad] It’s great, oh and
what are we doing today? – Look what I’ve got! – [Dad] What, a bug catcher. That is the coolest present ever. – I got a lid with this so I
can, so I can look at them. – [Dad] Let me see, what? – Do you want to see, Dad? – What? – [Addley] Open your eyes. – [Mom] (laughing) Open
your eyes (laughing). – [Dad] Nico, you look
so ready for summer. – When you see some on the ground. – [Dad] Ooh! – This one’s for grabbing
it, and it, and here. – [Dad] That’s pretty cool. – Or, they can go in here
if they’re bigger, huh. And then you close it. – [Dad] We are gonna have to
do some bug catching soon. Family, what’s the plan
today, who knows, huh? – Me, we’re gonna ride the Slip ‘N Slide. – [Dad] We’re gonna ride a Slip ‘N Slide? – (laughing) Yeah. – I want to ride a Slip ‘N Slide, ready? – [Mom] Ready. – Ready – [Dad] One, Two, Three. – [Family] Let’s go! – We’re here! – [Dad] Ah yeah, let’s go. Get that princess dress out of the car. – I’m going to bring this
in nana’s pool, shoot. – [Dad] Oh, a shooter. – Yep.
– [Dad] I like that idea. – I’m going to shoot you. (play
gun whooshes) (dad screams) – Look at papa’s motorcycle. – [Dad] That’s a pretty cool motorcycle. Who’s motorcycle is cooler? Dad’s motorcycle or that motorcycle? – Papa’s motorcycle and your motorcycle. – [Dad] Both of them? – Yeah.
– Good answer. – Boo hoo. – [Dad] She saw your motorcycle. – You did? – Uh huh. – [Dad] It’s cool, huh? Hey Nico bear! (animated chewing) (baby exclaiming)
Is that the vlog? (baby screaming) Woo! (lip smacking) (baby talking) (playful roaring) (upbeat cheerful music) – [Dad] Oh my gosh, you
look Elsa, wait, hold on. – Yep, I’m going here, I’m goin’ here. – [Dad] Okay, babe, that Elsa
towel, adorable, I love it. You in?
– Yeah. – [Dad] Goodbye. – [Addley] I’m a caterpillar. – [Dad] You’re a caterpillar,
okay, metamorphosis. (playful roaring) – [Dad] Presenting the
beautiful butterfly. – I am a butterfly. – [Dad] Fly away. – I’m going to do another one. – [Dad] Oh you’re going to
turn into another butterfly? – [Addley] Uh huh. – [Dad] You’re snapped,
go, go, go, go, go! I bet you can swim so good now ’cause in Hawaii you learned it, huh? – Uh huh. (upbeat energetic music) – Jump in.
– I can swim in that. – [Dad] Okay, we’re going
to put Nico right there. Oh, careful. Hey, I like your boat, bye! – Bye bye. – [Dad] Whoa, that feels good. – I tickled Nico’s toes underwater. – [Dad] Let me see, go under. (calm music) (Mom laughing) – Did you see me? – [Dad] Good job, Addley, try
to swim all the way to me. Good job! Addley, you can hold your
breath a long time! (Gasps) (Addle spits)
Holy cow, girl! (calm music) You made it! – I swam to you! – [Dad] Hi Nico! (laughing)
You chilling. (baby laughing) Whoa! – [Mom] His cute little legs. – [Dad] Get your hair wet, yeah! – He’s all, Dad! – I swam all the way to you. – Again?
– Uh huh. – [Dad] You are like a
dolphin. (dolphin speaking) Are you a nice dolphin or a mean dolphin? – I’m a nice nolphin. – His hair is getting long. – [Dad] Look at that
dolphin swim! (laughing) Babe, look at her dolphin swim. (laughing) It was a really good dolphin swim, Addley. I’m excited for you to watch
the blog tomorrow and see. Addley, pretend my hand’s a dolphin and I’ll pull you underwater. Hey, hold my hands with both hands. And then get a big breath and we’ll go. (water splashing) That was so cool! That’s so fun, Addley held
her breath and I pulled her like she was riding a dolphin. – That’s awesome, good job Addley. – [Dad] I’m so stoked for her to do that in real life someday, Jenny’s done that. Brandon, you’ve done
that, we’ve all done it. (upbeat music) (crowd cheering) – It’s too long, it’s
starting to curl over. – [Dad] He’s like a
humpback whale in captivity. (laughing) That mohawk will never be straight again. Yikes, sorry if that is a bad joke. Don’t write in the comments. Nico’s gonna show you his tricks. Do you want to splash. (water splashing) (baby talks) – [Mom] Nico’s first swimmin’ pool. – Look!
– What did you get? – Something to swim on. – Is that a seahorse? – Yeah. – That’s pretty cool. (laughing) Here, I’ll put Nico on with
you, we’re riding the seahorse. – I don’t want to ride anymore. Nico don’t, you’re riding it by yourself. – [Mom] Yeah he is. (Water splashing) – Woohoo, ah boo! (laughing) – [Dad] Where’s Nico? – Ah boo! – [Dad] Where’s Nico? – [Mom And Dad] Ah! (laughing) – [Mom] (Water splashes) Wee! (laughing) One, two, wee! (water splashes) (laughing) – [Dad] Addley, I want to see your biggest jump into the pool. – Oh, okay, here. – [Dad] Okay, jump in. (water splashes) Good jump, this is Addley’s mermaid slide. Kind of a fall, got it,
oh, that was a fun slide. – This is Nico’s first
time trying watermelon. – [Dad] Look how small it
is, it’s a baby watermelon. Om nom nom nom nom. – [Mom] Eat it. – [Dad] Oh no, don’t eat the green part. Eat the, yeah, eat this one. – [Addley] The green part. – [Dad] Oh is that yummy? – He likes it, babe.
– I think he does. – A piece, I want to have a piece, hmm. – [Dad] Is it yummy? – Yes, it is. – [Dad] This is Nico’s cousin, Benny. We’re on a pizza blanket ’cause that’s what cool cousins do. (laughing) Then we’re eating
delicious hamburgers over here. Mom, I like your pool party. (thudding) – I’m climbing now, put him in here. – [Dad] Oh my gosh. – I’m gonna get him in here now. – [Dad] ‘kay, transport him in. – Okay, you do it now. – [Dad] ‘Kay. – How did he get in my drink. – [Dad] We got him. (tapping) Hurry, shut it. – He doesn’t escape. – [Dad] You saved him, okay,
this is bad water now, blah. – Where’s my looker? – [Dad] You’re what? – Where’s my looker so I can look? – By dad’s leg. – [Dad] Where’s her looker? Addley, let me see your looker. That’s so cool. (laughing) – [Addley] He’s super nice. – [Dad] He is really nice. (laughing). That is a very nice fly. What are you going to name your fly? – Hmm, rocks. – Rocks?
– Yeah. – Mom, guess what?
– What? – [Dad] Addley named her fly, Rocks. – Cool! – Right there by the grass. – [Papa] He’s been swimming. – Yeah! – [Papa] The fly’s been swimming. – Yeah, in the pool. (laughing)
– [Papa] In the pool? – I’m gonna put some
water in there for him. – [Dad] Yeah, he probably
wants more water. Yeah, looks good. – Okay, can you open it? – [Dad] Yep. (water splashing) – Oh. – [Dad] He likes that, get
him back in the middle. Oh my gosh, he’s back alive! Addley was right, she’s a fly
whisperer that revived him! Whisper something, tell him to move. – No, fly, fly, fly! – [Dad] What do flies
say, how do flies talk? – (Buzzing) Wake up! – [Dad] (Buzzing) What are you doing? – I’m going to put some
more water in there. – [Dad] He probably just needs more water. – Whoa, hurry! – [Dad] Hurry, shut it,
he’s back up, he’s crawling. The water really does just
get him going. (laughing) – I’m get him some more water. – [Dad] Addley, you’re like
a fly doctor, good job! – [Mom] Or, you could get him some food. – I’ll get some watermelon. – [Dad] That’s a good idea. Oh cut it. – [Mom] She’s making them smaller. – [Dad] Oh, that’s delicious,
are you making the brownies? Thank you, oh that one can be Sarah’s. Can be brownie troll now, how about that? (laughing) Okay, no more! (laughing) – [Mom] Good job, Addley. – [Dad] What are we
having with our brownie? – Ice cream! – [Dad] Yes! – I want the pink bowl. – Vanilla, no toppings,
what she always says. What do you want? – These. – [Dad] What is that? – It’s vanilla with no toppings. – Do you want chocolate?
– Nope. – [Dad] Do you want vanilla with toppings? – Do you want a brownie with it? – Nope. – [Dad] All she likes
is vanilla, no toppings. – She did not get that from me. – There was no spoon,
I just like to lick it. – [Dad] Like a cat, an ice cream cat? – Now, think about it. – [Dad] Mom, she was not thinking about. Look at some of these sizes. She was not thinking about it. Sarah, think about it.
– Stop. – [Dad] Guys, have you
been missing S’mores Troll? I feel like you’ve been gone for so long. (laughing) Oh I love that S’mores Troll. – One, two, three, four. – [Dad] Sarah, sarah, think about it. – I’m trying. (clapping) – [Dad] What’up boys? (block clacking)
(baby cooing) What’s up?
(baby talking) What’s up, girl? – Watch what I can make Dad. – [Dad] Let’s see, what are you makin’? – A x, whoa Nico. – [Dad] Aw, that’s a cool x. – And then what else I can make. – [Dad] What? – It’s a line. – [Dad] Ooh, a line, good job! (block clacking)
(woman cheers) – [Unidentified Woman] You’ve
got to get that one down. – [Dad] And then their back row? – Yeah.
– You’ve got this, babe. (block clacking) Boo, softball skills. – Oh, that was bad. – [Dad] Brandon, let’s edit
that part out. (woman laughing) (group laughing) Oh! – (clapping) Good job, team! – [Dad] Monday morning meetings. (laughing) (clapping) Good team spirit over
here, good team spirit. (children laughing) – [Unidentified Woman] Oh my gosh. – [Dad] (laughing) You’re
getting attacked by babies. Get her guys. (block clanking) Woo, slick! Oof!
(clapping) (laughing) You’re such
a cool cousin, Addley. (Addley laughing) It’s really fun to watch. (children laughing) (blocks clanking) With a baby, woo! – [Addley] You never feeled me. – [Dad] Good night, that
team’s going down, oh! Good job, girls! (Banging) I ended up on the girls team and the S’mores Troll
ended up on the boys team. That’s just the way it is.
And you guys are having fun? – Yeah! – [Dad] You’re the best cousin ever. Sarah, don’t worry about me filming. Just throw it like you normally would. Whoa, okay! – Shut up. – [Dad] I’ve got a strategy. – [Mom] What’s your strat? (blocks clanking) (group cheering) – Yes!
– Good job. (cheering) – Yes!
– Good job. – We are the best. (all laughing) – Funny end clip, there we go.

What Do You See? Song with Matt | Bugs Part 2 | Learn English Kids

What Do You See? Song with Matt | Bugs Part 2 | Learn English Kids


Over here! Over here! A beetle! ahhhh! Dream English Kids Repeat after me. dragonfly ant snail beetle What do you see? I see a dragonfly. What do you see? I see an ant. What do you see? I see a snail. What do you see? I see a beetle. A beetle! run! run, run, run stop! safe One more time. Faster! What do you see? I see a dragonfly. What do you see? I see an ant. What do you see? I see a snail. What do you see? I see a beetle. A beetle! run! run, run, run stop! safe! Great job! What do you see? What do you see? What do you see? What do you see? Hello. My name is Matt. What’s your name? Let’s learn some more.

Does your cat have an ear infection? – Dr. Justine Lee

Does your cat have an ear infection? – Dr. Justine Lee


If you look in your cat’s ears and you
notice brown crusty discharge please get to a veterinarian right away. While it’s
less common for adult older cats to have ear infections, we see this all
the time in younger cats especially kittens. Sometimes it’s from ear mites
which are little bugs which are migrating through your cat’s ears.
Totally treatable but it’s really uncomfortable for your cat. If you notice
scratching, rubbing of the ears, you notice that brown discharge, get to a
vet right away so we can do a simple ear test to see if they have an infection.

General Medical Information : How Is a Staph Infection Transmitted?

General Medical Information : How Is a Staph Infection Transmitted?


Hi, I’m doctor Savage. I’m here to describe
how staph infection is transmitted. Staph is a type of bacteria that is transmittable
and staph itself actually is in multiple parts of the environment. It can be on this desktop,
it can be on my clothes, but when someone has an open wound, that bacteria can get in
and setup camp and cause an infection there. Now if you actually were to have an infection
anywhere in the body, anywhere on the skin with this bacteria staph, and you were to
expose that area or the content from that infection you know by touching it or direct
contact with another person, that bacteria can then spread over that person’s skin. Once
its exposed to an area in which it can setup camp, either an open wound or you know, anywhere
else in the body, such, you know in the skin or in the mouth, anywhere in the eyes it can
actually, you know it can cause infection pretty much anywhere. Most commonly would
be the skin. Nonetheless, basically that’s how it happens. If you’re having symptoms
of recurring infections or even an infection like this that doesn’t go away, this is a
situation where you should speak to your health care provider and that’s basically it. I’m
doctor Savage. Here’s to the best of health.

We Got Crabs! 🦀 Ft. Justina Valentine | Basic to Bougie Season 2 | MTV

We Got Crabs! 🦀 Ft. Justina Valentine | Basic to Bougie Season 2 | MTV


– What’s up y’all? Welcome back to Basic to Bougie. – I’m Darren “Big Baby” Brand. – I’m Timothy DeLaGhetto. – And I’m … Don Vito. (laughs)
– [Darren] Aye. – [Timothy] Basic to Bougie. So we’re gonna try three
different versions of one food. Determine which is the cheapest and which is the most expensive, ready? – Bougie side, blindfolds on. Hey, can we bougie one
time, basic to bougie! – Basic to bougie. (tires screeching) – You see what I been going through? – [Justina] I feel your pain, baby. – It’s just so unnecessary. Don! (beatboxing) Don! What’s up my boy? Huh? – Ooh, Don’s sexy ass is back? – I smell it, take it, take it. I smell it, what is that? – What is it?
I gotta, what is this? – [Darren] What is that?
– Oh it’s fishy! – [Timothy] I feel mini sausages. – That’s my hand.
– What is that?! – Oh, it’s a crab. – That’s a (beep) crab leg. – [Justina] I’m not gonna
lie, a bitch is hungry. – [Timothy] (laughs) Oh my god. (bell ringing) – [Justina] Yes!
– [Darren] Bougie! – [Justina] Yeah.
– Can we just bow our head and give thanks? – Yes, please.
– Yes. – We thank you for these
wonderful crabs legs. – Yes, Lord. – ‘Cause Lord knows we
couldn’t afford this on our own money so you just blessed us with a show that let us eat for free. – Amen! – Praise him! – I’ve had crabs before. – You’ve had crab before? – Yeah. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, I’ve had crabs. – In more ways than one. – We all got it from Justina, yeah. – Yeah, yeah, she delivered it. – What are we going with? Let’s save this for last. – Why?
– Ah! – ‘Cause it’s the monster. – Why are you touching all three? Why are you touching all three?! – Are you going to lick the shell, Darren? – Oh my god.
– No. – Did you see this? – Oh, it’s juicy.
– Don! Let’s touch, let’s get these. – What is it? – [Justina] I don’t care who touches what, I’m still eating it.
– Do you lick the shell? – God.
– God damn. – God Darren, you weird this season. Justina, you throwing off … – [Timothy] Darren’s mean to me. – [Justina] Am I throwing him off? – Let’s start with the ones right here. – Okay.
– Let’s start with these. – [Justina] Cheers, (speaks
in foreign language). (chewing) That’s good. (tires screeching) You didn’t like it? – It’s last. What is wrong with you, saying
stuff is good and it’s not? – I’m not hard to please. – I’ve been avoiding making
the white girl seasoning joke but after a few of these-
– It is true! – I’m kind of like … – I gotta tell you something. – The reason why white people can’t season is ’cause you can’t taste (bleep). Justina, what is wrong with you?! – The thing is, number one, I’m not gonna lie to you, I’m hungry. Number two, I have never
complained about food. Whatever my mom made as
a kid, you (beep) ate and if you didn’t like it, don’t eat. You know what I’m saying? – But you not little no more! – I know but my tongue never changed. – Nick has been paying us enough to at least get some decent meals, man. I wasn’t a fan.
– At all! And she says, “It’s okay.” – It’s okay! I mean. Hey man, when you’re hungry- – Let’s move on to the toes, to the toes. – [Timothy] They’re not
toes, they’re claws. – [Darren] Gotta make some
real obnoxious noise with this while I’m sucking the meat out. (slurping) – Definitely better than that. – It needs butter but it’s still good. – It tastes better ’cause it’s like, it feels fresher than that,
you know what I’m saying? – This is really good though. – Yeah.
– I’m liking it. – I’m on my second one. (cracking) – Ugh.
– Ah! – Ooh! – Ah!
– Oh, it’s everywhere. – Oh!
– Oh! – It squirted on me! – It’s so inappropriate, this episode! – Yo, right off the bat, this is fire. – [Justina] I’m not gonna
lie, this is so good. – Why do you need to lie?
– I don’t know. – I’m not gonna lie. – See, this how you get it done. – Oh, that’s a big piece of meat. – Poppin’. – Oh my god! Now that’s a crab, that’s a crab. – And it’s so big, I feel like I’m eating a (beep) turkey leg of crab. – [Justina] So good. – Turkey leg of crab. – It’s the turkey leg of the-
– Of the crab family! – Y’all know we could pick, right? – [Justina] Yeah. – [Darren] Cheapest? – [Justina] Cheapest? – [Timothy] Mm-hmm. – Middlest.
– Middlest. – [Timothy] Middlest. – [Darren] Most expensive.
– [Timothy] Mm-hmm. – Don, my boy! Anybody got free hands? – Let’s do it the right way. (laughing) – Let’s cut it out.
– Cut it out, cut it out. – Peel it, peel it. – [Justina] Lump crab meat,
like we said, cheapest. – [Darren] $25 a pound. – [Justina] Jonah crab
claws from the Gulf- – [Darren] Of Maine!
– [Justina] The Gulf of Maine. So that’s $35 a pound. – [Darren] Alaskan king! – [Justina] $45 a pound. I think we’re good, we did it.
– We’re pretty bougie. – [Justina] Yeah, this was easy. – We ain’t basic, we’re bougie. – Look. – Oh, we can’t snap? – [Justina] Oh, oh. – [Darren] We can’t snap. – Crab juice all up and down my arm. – You are feeling that (beep). – Stop, stop, stop. After you had that, have this. – Don’t make her do that, ugh, look you can’t even, ugh. (laughing)
– See what I’m saying? – It’s not good anymore! – This is another episode
of Basic to Bougie. – Bougie!