|1.||if if was a fifth|
means "what if" things were different, how would it be if things changed.
Coined by Bay Area rappers like Mistah F.A.B. and E-40
if it was no guns most of yall would be punks
its the truth, think about it playa
"If if was a fifth then we'd all be drunk. If it was no guns most of yall would be punks. If this was a class most of yall would flunk. If if was fifth then we'd all be drunk."-Mistah F.A.B.
"if if was a 5th then i'd be diggin in yo girl instead of lookin at her, if if was a 5th."-E-40
The ultimate icon. A tormented soul and loving father who never wanted to be famous. He was Nirvana's frontman and had a beautifully haunting voice. Just check out 'Heart Shaped Box' and 'All Apologies' if you don't believe me.
He was a lovely looking man too. He didn't deserve Courtney Love as she's just a skanky ho. Oh well, at least he got a kid out of her. Thank god Frances Bean looks more like her dad than her mum!
He took his own life on April 5th, 1994. R.I.P Kurt. We miss you very much.
Some people reckon Kurt Cobain was murdered but that's rubbish. The only reason people say that is because they don't want to believe that their 'hero' put a gun against his head and pulled the trigger. He killed himself. Get over it.
I hate the way people talk about Kurt as if he's still alive. He's dead and he's not coming back. Deal with it.
s the act of refusing to testify under oath in a court of law or any other tribunal (such as a Congressional committee) on the ground that the answers that would be given could be used as evidence against the witness to convict him or her of a criminal offense. Although similar to the right to remain silent when being questioned by law enforcement officers, and coming from the same source, namely the Fifth Amendment in the Bill of Rights, the right to refuse to answer when under oath has a longer history than Miranda rights.
As federal grand juries have the power to subpoena individuals and force them to take the witness stand, defendants in such proceedings invariably refuse to answer any questions put to them, citing their Fifth Amendment rights. If the defendant does answer any question put by the prosecutor during the proceeding, the protection of the Fifth Amendment is lost.citation needed
One famous example of "Plea 5th" in recent history was when Colonel Oliver North was asked to testify before Congress regarding his role in destroying documents during the Iran-Contra Affair.1 North refused to answer on the grounds that his answers would incriminate him.
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To be thoroughly in rugg characteristics, to keep it real to the point of insanity.
Gull stems from the ancient pharaoh Mr. “Gull” Hetepsekhemwy, who may have reigned for 38 years. Sealings with his name have been found near the 5th Dynasty pyramid of Unas at Saqqara, though the tomb attributed to him was empty, it has led most to believe that he was so dope in fact that he spontaneously combusted. When his ashes were found the archeologists proclaimed “well I’ll be damned he must have been GULLY!” And in truth they were right. Since these findings archeologists began attributing their good luck to “gull” or “a gully turn of events”. When the so called “urban streets” or “hoods” got wind of these lucky cracker ass crackers, they took the word and embraced it as their own. Recent usage includes Jay-Z’s famed “feelin’ it” from the classic album REASONABLE DOUBT in where I quote “Jiggy-Jigga lookin’ gully in the joint, if yall niggaz aint talkin’ bout large money what the point?” my sentiments exactly mr Z.
"Damn that onion booty on shorty is so gull i just wet my britches. and it aint squalor." (refer to squalor for definition)
"Ever since hit that lick my bank account is quite gully, lets go buy a NBA team"
"if i was any more gully my name would be Sir Gully II"
Drummers are the hardest position in a band to fill, and keep filled. A good drummer is hard enough to find, but a good drummer who is also responsible and committed enough to be in a working band is rare.
Many good drummers are just flakes, or crazy, or un-reliable. Hey, they hit things all day, right? Conversely, many responsible drummers are just not good. There is something in the raw talent to play the drums that also makes a person a little crazy, more so than other musicians.
So, if you find a good drummer who is actually responsible, hold onto that guy!
My band is currently on our 5th drummer. The first one was a jerk, the second one got arrested, the third one went crazy, and the fourth one got married and had kids. This 5th one seems cool, though.
Overpriced? In 1969, your average 17 year-old American kid who just finished high-school and works full-time at a hamburger stand could afford a Plymouth Road Runner. Even with insurance, gas, and tires, he could afford. This is an actual fact, BTW. A '69 383-powered RR, with cold-air induction, a 4-speed, and good weather could do 0-60 in 6 seconds a pull all the way to 130mph on 60's tech bias-ply tires. Complete with an unsilenced air cleaner and low-restriction dual exhaust, a special performance cam and high-flow cylinder heads.For an extra $714 he could get his/herself a 426 Hemi, with state-of-the-art (at least, at the time)techonology. Starting with dual quads flowing about 1300cfm total, mounted on an aluminum intake manifold, with a cast-iron block and cast-iron cylinder heads. Everything was shot-peened and magnafluxed, and when the whole thing was hand-assembled by expert mechanics, it was also fully balanced-and-blueprinted. Header-like exhaust manifolds were used, with 2.5" tubing. Mandrel bends? Sorry, the technology for that didn't exist in the late '60s, whether it was a cheap economical Ford, or a $20k Ferrari. BTW, Race Hemi's had single 4-bbl. carbs mounted on magnesium intakes, with aluminum heads and 12.5:1 (vs. 10.25:1) compression pistons. It is estimated that an A-990 426c.i. Race Hemi produced about 600hp & 550ft-lbs of torque at the crank. This is gross, however since there was no emmissions equipment, no A/C, power steering, and 95% of the time,...more...
The Honda Prelude is a 2-door coupe from Honda Motor Company that was released in 1978. The first model was environmentally-friendly with it's CVCC 4-cylinder engine and a dash of sportiness as well - this combination caught the attention of the american consumers and brough this great little car into the spotlight.more...
For the 1983 model-year, the Prelude was totally redesigned. It was now even much more sportier with a new larger engine (1.8L and 2.0L engines), a much stiffer racier suspension, quicker steering and more rigid construction -- all these things turned a good Prelude into an amazingly surprising performer that honestly rivaled the best cars in the industry in terms of handling and the fun-to-drive x-factor. This new generation made a new hard-core image for the Prelude and it's popularity spurt into mainstream and the spotlight was now on it for years to come.
In 1988 the Prelude was redesigned again, and although the car was all new from top-to-bottom it looked very similar to the preceeding generation Prelude. This Prelude got all new 2.0L 4-cylinders, and even a 2.1L in 1990. Honda's first 4-wheel-steering system was introduced in 1988 in this Prelude. This system was the first of its kind in America, as far as mass-produced cars are concerned. It is also the best design of 4-wheel-steering when comparing it to other cars with 4-wheel-steering. The preludes system was beyond reliable, super light, and all mechanical - a winning combination. This Prelu...