XXXTENTACION – Moon Rock Lyrics

Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Tear drop on my homie face, he caught a body
No DM, I’m her MCM on Instagram
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Tear drop on my homie face, he caught a body
No DM, I’m her MCM on Instagram
And if the world ever has an apocalypse
I will kill all of you fuckers
Fear will be plentiful, death will be bountiful
I will spare none of you peasants
Fuck your religion, your pastor fucked kids
And got sent to a prison in PC
I seen the devil, he’s in you and me
You need saving to listen to this, see
Follow ’em home, cut the right corner so nobody sees you
Turn off your phone
Leave it at home so nobody can trace you
Mask your expressions
Appear to be calm, they won’t read your intentions
As soon as you’re in
Let them all know who they’re all in the presence of
I am a murderer
I am a demon, the son of a serpent
I am a murderer
I am a demon, the son of a serpent
I am a murderer
I am a demon, the son of a serpent
I am a murderer
I am a demon, the son of a serpent
Look at your freaking tip
Pussy, I’m eatin’ it, yuh
My dick like [?]
Just like a baby, she droolin’, yuh
I just might pass her to fooly, yuh
Blow on my dick like a wish
All of my thotties have Kik, messenger
I be wild’n out like Nick
I know when the combat finishes
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Tear drop on my homie face, he caught a body
No DM, I’m her MCM on Instagram
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Moonrock with the Glock, I can’t milly rock
Tear drop on my homie face, he caught a body
No DM, I’m her MCM on Instagram
My skin peanut butter color
Inside whip is really jelly
Her boyfriend sending threats
I think that nigga really jealous
Peanut butter color
Inside whip is really jelly
And her boyfriend sending threats
I think that nigga really jealous
(Thanks, Ugly God…)
If you show that pussy on Snapchat
If I wanna fuck with my snapback
Your boyfriend look like he rock snapbacks
If he try to kick it…
Yuh, yuh…
I like that, keep that shit

Mila J – Did This to Myself Lyrics

[Verse 1]
The last thing I think of on the way to the club is love
But since the homie brought it up
I just thought I’d catch him up with us (My nigga)
Bro you better keep this quiet
I ain’t even gon’ deny it, I know you gon’ be dying
When you find out I was crying
I couldn’t even stop it
I was acting out of pocket
I knew you was home last
I can’t knock it
[Chorus]
I did this to myself
(You did it, you did it, you did it)
I did this to myself, didn’t I
(You did, you did, you did)
Can’t be no-one else can it
(You did it, you did it, you did)
I did this to myself didn’t I
I think I did this to myself
[Verse 2]
The last thing they would assume
If they saw us goin’ vroom with the top down
Is that I’m talking to you
But the only woman who
Made me slow down
And when I mean slow, I mean-
Stop
We’re here
You got 40 dollars for the uh, for the valet? You ain’t never got, nigga (sigh)
It’s like that
[Chorus]
I did this to myself
(You did it, you did it, you did it)
I did this to myself, didn’t I
(You did, you did, you did)
Can’t be no-one else can it
(You did it, you did it, you did)
I did this to myself didn’t I
I think I did this to myself

Tee Grizzley – Tee Grizzley x Offset x London Lyrics

Smoking up [??], lungs open up
Jumping in that pussy like it’s double dutch (ugh)
Drop a trace of [??] in my double cup (double cup)
Hit it with the fork, I beat it upper cut
[??] burn up on they knees (woo)
Frost up in my AP, double it up with Patek Phillipe (Phillipe)
Murder while he sleep like Freddy Kruger, Elm Street (arrgh)
Hundreds like I’m neat (neat)
Fuck ’em by the three (three)
Pockets on Monique (Monique)
We got stripes like referees (stripes)
Shawty so petitie but suck the dick just like a leech (woo)
Moonwalk on the bitch like Billie Jean, she [??] my feet (woo)
My drip is [??] hundreds what I seek
Perfect physique, I tape a brick off to your cheek (brick)
Trapping out the bando, we got blow just like a leaf (blow)
Chopper get to eating, biting, we gon’ have a feast (argh)
Golden ticket, [??] speak unless it’s brief
[Hook: Tee Grizzley]
Them niggas driving slow, jump in a new lane (get over bro)
This a Bentayga not a Mulsane (the Bentley)
No rachet bitches, [??], this my new gang (don’t talk)
Blew a nigga life savings on this coupe, damn
Get her back to the crib, she gon’ open up (she open)
That bitch told you she don’t smoke, she right here rolling up (we [??])
She suck me off before we left, she ain’t hold me up (no cap)
Since I already came, you can’t go with us [Intro]
We got London On Da Track
[Hook: Tee Grizzley]
Them niggas driving slow, jump in a new lane (get over bro)
This a Bentayga not a Mulsane (the Bentley)
No rachet bitches, [??], this my new gang (don’t talk)
Blew a nigga life savings on this coupe, damn
Get her back to the crib, she gon’ open up (she open)
That bitch told you she don’t smoke, she right here rolling up (we [??])
She suck me off before we left, she ain’t hold me up (no cap)
Since I already came, you can’t go with us
[Verse 2: Offset]
Offset!

‘Post whisperer’ turns return-to-sender envelopes into works of art

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“The first one was from the social media person at Specsavers. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)
It all started three years ago when she moved to a house in Flemington in Melbourne’s inner north-west and continued receiving mail addressed to a previous tenant, Michael Troon. again and again. She got in touch with me and said, ‘We loved it, we passed it round the office and it made everyone’s day’, so that was exactly what I wanted to happen,” Ms Johnson said.”Then there was the guy at a superannuation company. Australia Post must deliver mail as it’s addressed until the previous occupant submits a mail redirection request or updates their address directly with the senders. “I like to think that a mail sorter somewhere is getting a chuckle, or the postie is. But for Tara Johnson the effort required to send lost mail home is even greater than normal.She regularly invests an entire afternoon into a single misguided envelope. They got the Ghostbusters-themed return to sender. That was really good. If you’ve ever lived in a house that gets inundated with mail for previous occupants, you’ll understand the commitment required to keep scribbling “return to sender” and taking them to the post box … (ABC News: Nicole Mills)
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Tara Johnson in her home studio in Fitzroy. He got one and then found me on Instagram and sent me a message to say he loved it and put it up on his desk on display.”Then another one at 2MBS, the radio station, I heard back from someone who said they were doing the mail sorting that day and it made their day. External Link:

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She said art helped her to relax and forced her to take time out.”It feels like a form of meditation almost because I can get lost in the watercolours and I have some music playing and can just be in that world for a few hours, especially as it’s a really low-pressure project.”No-one’s expecting me to do it but I take joy in it and every now and then some more mail will come in and I’ll just put my ideas down on paper.”She said the greatest joy came from hearing back from the people who received her mail. It was an endless cycle.”
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Ms Johnson had always enjoyed sketching but never really had the time nor reason to do it regularly.So with the idea of a Princess Bride-themed return-to-sender artwork in her mind, she took out her pencils and watercolour paints and got creative.”It was at a time when I really wanted a creative outlet and I wanted some kind of project,” she said.”I decided that I was getting all these little blank canvasses in the post every day and that would be an ideal start for a little creative project.”I got out my watercolours and it steadily progressed from there, from just a quick little sketch to these things that take a whole day occasionally.”Ms Johnson, who now lives in Fitzroy, has a small studio in her loungeroom overlooking the busy street below. so it has become this kind of communal project which is great.”

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Tara Johnson creates works of art on envelopes then posts them return to sender. “I was getting so much mail for this guy who had clearly moved on and I was wondering what to do with it,” Ms Johnson said.”I just had to keep sending it back and it just kept coming. For it to go full cycle is always the aim.”A couple of times she has even been able to experience that feeling of surprise for herself.”Occasionally I forget to cross out the address before I put it back in the post and I get the mail again with my own illustration on it so I have to post it out again,” she said.Her work has been so popular among her friends and colleagues that they have started collecting their return-to-sender mail and passing it on for some artistic treatment. “Everyone seems to be moving all the time and that’s always a really good thing for me because I get their mail,” Ms Johnson said.”I’ve also got all my friends coming to me with their ideas … If mail is addressed to a different address and has been delivered to you incorrectly, just place it in a red street box or hand it in at a post office — there’s no need to write anything on the envelope.An additional tip from Ms Johnson is to cross out the old address to prevent any confusion in the sorting process. So far it has happened three times.
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Instead of scribbling “return to sender” on the mail of previous tenants, Tara Johnson turns them into works of art.

Koalas, wood glue and the FBI: Fascinating facts about fingerprinting

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The iPhone 6 was Apple’s first phone with a built-in fingerprint sensor. Unwell, Darwin passed the request onto his relative, noted polymath Francis Galton.”We know him mostly for the phrase ‘nature vs nurture’,” Tattoli said.Galton collected more than 8,000 prints and developed a system for naming and classifying them.In 1920s USA, FBI director J. Face, voice and iris scans have also become more prevalent.Without a traceBut Professor Hu warned that if biometrics is the way of the future, then security needs to be strengthened.If a hacker wants to infiltrate a biometric system, they just have to steal a sample.Fingerprints, faces and eyes are vulnerable because they can be seen and traced by adversaries.Professor Hu said systems should require multiple traits, like fingers, voice and face, to make identification more accurate and secure.Another solution is using traits that are untraceable like a finger vein, which can only be detected with infrared lights.”Unlike a face or finger that can’t be traced, a finger vein is not visible and is incapable of leaving traces,” Professor Hu said.He believes a system that also detects a finger’s temperature would stop many artificial prints.The future of fingerprintingFor many consumers, allowing a bank or phone company to store their biometrics wouldn’t sit well.”This could be a privacy concern as the storage server in the bank could be hacked,” Professor Hu said. Gorillas and chimpanzees have their own unique prints, as do koalas.”Scientists think that it happened because like primates, koalas do grasp,” Tattoli said.”That grasping mechanism apparently had something to do with the evolutionary selection for ridged paws.”In her research, she came across media reports of koala prints fooling Australian crime scene investigators.However, a NSW fingerprint expert told her the reports had been exaggerated.”Anybody who is really a specialist in fingerprints can read the difference,” Tattoli said.Dusting for printsFingerprints were used in China to identify criminals as far back as Qin Dynasty in the third-century B.C.E, but their use in Western law enforcement has a much shorter history. (Supplied: Wikimedia Commons)
In the 1800s, Scottish physician Henry Faulds wrote an article for the science journal Nature in which he noted that fingerprints could be used for forensic purposes.Faulds wrote to Charles Darwin for help with his work. Finally the glue film was peeled away to reveal a counterfeit print.After 20 attempts, the fingerprint identity sensor had been fooled. (Pixabay)
The team was not a band of hackers, but rather a group of researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Canberra.They’re investigating ways to make biometric authentication — such as fingerprint scanning — more secure.”Once [hackers] capture your biometrics, they can basically go anywhere with it,” UNSW Professor of Cyber Security Jiankun Hu said.”The risk is really high.”Despite that risk, biometric authentication is considered more secure, reliable and convenient than passwords, keys or cards — and is predicted to become even more prevalent in the future.”We’ll be doing more crazy things with [our fingerprints], starting our cars and using them even in retail situations,” said Chantel Tattoli, a freelance journalist who has been researching fingerprinting.She believes the technology will have benefits for consumers.”You’re not really going to forget your fingers, like you do your wallet and keys,” she said.The life of a fingerprintTattoli became interested in fingerprints after giving hers to the FBI as part of a background check for a visa.”How can this be, how can we have this geological-looking event at the tip of our fingers that is supposedly a container of our identity?” she wondered. “This works as a revocable password,” Professor Hu said.But there could be uses for fingerprints that go beyond proving your identity.Tattoli said there is research into using fingerprints to identify diseases a person may be susceptible to.”There is a correlation between the patterns and your likelihood to contract certain conditions — everything from gastrointestinal cancer, to schizophrenia, to infertility,” she said.”What that means is there might be this additional tool for early diagnosis.”Our identity is mapped on our fingerprints, but also maybe our fate — and also the possibility to do something about it.” (Getty: Andrew Merry)
Humans are not the only animals with fingerprints. Listen: The fingerprinting files Chantel Tattoli talks about the history and future of fingerprinting. Photo:
Fingerprint, face and voice identification systems are expected to become more prevalent in the future. (Getty: andresr)
The cyber security expert said to prevent this a bank or smartphone, for example, could store a transformed image of your fingerprint, not the raw version.”We massage it and make a different one. She learned fingerprints are formed partly from genetics, but are personalised when our hands touch our mother’s womb.”It’s not totally understood — it’s a little bit magical, maybe,” she said.While our fingerprints don’t change during our lifetimes, the ease in which they can be read and detected does.”When you hit puberty they become oilier, and so the latent fingerprints start to last longer on surfaces,” Tattoli said.Imagine a single fingerprint as a mountain range with valleys and peaks. Edgar Hoover ordered the compilation of a national pool of fingerprints, which quickly grew to a database of more than 5 million records.But with no reliable way to index fingerprints, finding matches could take months.”It wasn’t until the ’70s and early computer-based systems that the response time became quick enough to prove really helpful,” Tattoli said.As technology has evolved, the use of fingerprint identification has expanded to areas such as airport checkpoints, computers and phones. The topmost edges of these tiny alps are called the epidermal ridges.These ridges harden as we age, meaning they can become tougher for sensors to read.”You see a lot of difficulty with senior citizens going through these [airport] biometric checkpoints … It took just 10 minutes to fool the iPhone’s fingerprint sensor.The team of cyber experts began by getting the phone user’s fingerprint from a piece of white paper.They illuminated the print with black powder, then captured it with a high resolution camera.That image was printed onto a transparent plastic sheet and covered in wood glue. their fingerprints just don’t scan, and it’s not their fault,” Tattoli explained.Grasping gorillas and crime-scene koalas

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British Indian Civil Service officer William James Herschel used fingerprints on contracts in the 1850s. And if it has been compromised, the hacker can’t access your raw image or fingerprint.”That would also mean that the template could be replaced if compromised.
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