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Bruh I rewatched this and

Bruh I rewatched this and realized this is one of the most fire beats Ive heard @yungxrist @suicideleopard #g59 #suicideboys #666

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"Knotty Head" was released as the album's lead single on February 17, 2016 on Curry's SoundCloud. The single was just only Curry's song but the album version features a guest appearance from rapper Rick Ross. The production was provided by FNZ and Ronny J.

Credits adapted from Denzel Curry's official SoundCloud account and digital booklet. Notes ^[a] signifies an additional producer. "Sick & Tired" contains two parts, "Green Store Skit" features vocals by Vares of Twelve'len and DJ Chief Pound "Pure Enough" features additional vocals by Vares of Twelve'len "If Tomorrow's Not Here" features additional vocals by Steve Lacy

Locomotion by swimming over brief distances is frequent when alternatives are precluded. There have been cases of political refugees swimming in the Baltic Sea and of people jumping in the water and swimming ashore from vessels not intended to reach land where they planned to go. Swimming travel is central to the plot of the motion picture "Welcome". US president John F. Kennedy led his sailors swimming island to island after his torpedo boat was sunk in World War II, and his senator brother Ted Kennedy claimed to have left Chappaquiddick Island by swimming.

In many simple machines, if the load force Fout on the machine is high enough in relation to the input force Fin, the machine will move backwards, with the load force doing work on the input force. So these machines can be used in either direction, with the driving force applied to either input point. For example, if the load force on a lever is high enough, the lever will move backwards, moving the input arm backwards against the input force. These are called "reversible", "non-locking" or "overhauling" machines, and the backward motion is called "overhauling". However, in some machines, if the frictional forces are high enough, no amount of load force can move it backwards, even if the input force is zero. This is called a "self-locking", "nonreversible", or "non-overhauling" machine. These machines can only be set in motion by a force at the input, and when the input force is removed will remain motionless, "locked" by friction at whatever position they were left. Self-locking occurs mainly in those machines with large areas of sliding contact between moving parts: the screw, inclined plane, and wedge: The most common example is a screw. In most screws, applying torque to the shaft can cause it to turn, moving the shaft linearly to do work against a load, but no amount of axial load force against the shaft will cause it to turn backwards. In an inclined plane, a load can be pulled up the plane by a sideways input force, but if the plane is not too steep and there is enough friction between load and plane, when the input force is removed the load will remain motionless and will not slide down the plane, regardless of its weight. A wedge can be driven into a block of wood by force on the end, such as from hitting it with a sledge hammer, forcing the sides apart, but no amount of compression force from the wood walls will cause it to pop back out of the block. A machine will be self-locking if and only if its efficiency is below 50%: F o u t / F i n d i n / d o u t < 0.50 {\displaystyle \eta \equiv {\frac {F_{out}/F_{in}}{d_{in}/d_{out}}}<0.50\,} Whether a machine is self-locking depends on both the friction forces (coefficient of static friction) between its parts, and the distance ratio din/dout (ideal mechanical advantage). If both the friction and ideal mechanical advantage are high enough, it will self-lock.