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    Jellyfish Sting Pee Paramedic (ft. @Gus Johnson) – Mini-Mocks
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    Jellyfish Sting Pee Paramedic (ft. @Gus Johnson) – Mini-Mocks

    January 18, 2020

    The only thing scarier than
    getting stung by a jellyfish is having nobody to pee on you.
    Well, that’s where I come in. My name is Vince
    Amico and I’m a jellyfish sting,
    piss paramedic. Most people just call me Piss
    Boy, though. At first, some beach goers were
    a little uncomfortable with my method of treatment,
    but as soon as they get stung they quickly warm up,
    partially because of the pee. I might not be a trained
    professional per se, but I would say that my passion
    for pee easily rivals that of any trained lifeguard. Stay in your lane, Kyle.
    Stay in your lane! During the busy season, I usually treat about
    four cases an hour, so it’s very important
    that I stay hydrated. I’m drinking water
    every hour on the hour. I also set up a little reservoir
    so none of my pee goes to waste. Piss Boys require
    sniper like precision. The conditions … Oh my God!
    please piss on my right now! Oh my God! They’re just so variable,
    they’re not always perfect. Lean in. yep, lean in.
    okay, there you go. Needing to pee has never been
    a problem for me. I have had problems with other
    people not needing me to pee, which is tough.
    There is usually one guy who is always requesting
    my service, Tony. There was another one,
    he got me right in the mouth! Piss boys get
    such little respect. You guys need any pee, whiz,
    stuff like that, here’s my card, here. Just go away. Got It. We are like
    volunteer firefighters, except we are fighting
    the burning sensation. Plus my hose is way bigger. Of course, when I’m not
    peeing on someone, I’m training and geez, I’m not
    even peeing for fun anymore. Plus, I constantly
    have to watch what I eat. If a patient is
    particularly shy, for example, we do offer a more privacy
    based option. Of course, they will
    have to endure a few extra seconds of pain,
    but it’s worth it in the end. I am more of a precision
    based shooter myself, so for some of
    our more serious cases, we’re calling in
    the heavy artillery, Piss Girl. Her full body spray technique ensures that no sting
    is left behind. We’re just trying
    to save lives here. Or at the very least,
    save your day at the beach. And like every job, you know,
    Piss Boys aren’t perfect. Sometimes I get caught
    in the line of fire. You do not want to see me
    get pissed, well, piss on myself,
    you don’t want to see that. If I were God or Christ himself, I would just eviscerate
    all the jellyfish. I hate them. Hey, I’m Gus Johnson. I took over Comedy Central
    this week and I made a lot of stuff
    with them. So click on the bubble
    or the boxes, wherever they are, please.
    This is a call to action. That’s what influencers say.

    How to setup a Freshwater Fish Tank WITH Fish in it SafeStart No Waiting.
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    How to setup a Freshwater Fish Tank WITH Fish in it SafeStart No Waiting.

    January 15, 2020

    ok so today going to do something a little different as far as my channel normally goes we’re talking about freshwater tropical fish tanks now this is my fish tank it’s brand-spanking-new doesn’t look too good because the water is a little hazy but the first thing that I do when I’m setting up a fish tank and I want to put fish in it right away is there are some things to do to prepare it and you want to make sure that your fish are going to survive you don’t want to bunch of amonia to build up and kill them off so there’s something on the market that allows you to introduce bacteria to your fish tank and that’s what I’m going to talk about today so first of all other than a freshwater fish tank that’s been ornamented the way i like it i also have a thermometer because you have to know what the temperature is now this is reading 73.9 but I ultimately raised it to 76 and this is a submersible heater by a Aqueon it’s a pro 200 which means that’s 200 watts which is perfectly fine for this54 gallon tank and also it’s got the red light going right now when it turns to green there you have it it’s holding temperature you want to make sure that your submersible heater whatever kind you use is going to keep stable temperature before you move on to anything else look how kind of cloudy the water is I put all my ornaments in the tank fill it to the top I rinse everything I rinse off the gravel and then I give it what I call a dwell time so i let all of this sit in there for three or four days and that way if there any residual chemicals on any of these ornaments or this synthetic driftwood and the plants and this black gravel was really kind of smelly so I wanted to leave it for a while then do a water change after i do a water change i put in something like Chemi-Pure i’ve been using Chemi-Pure pure as the water treatment and a filter medium since 1984 when I was setting up fish tanks for a company called Cyphert’s aquarium in North Park San Diego so I’m a big fan of Chemi pure it’s something that I always put in over the side filter you can put if in that with this 54 gallon system i’m going to put it in a canister filter which i’m going to show you in a minute now one of the things that’s going to allow me to put fish in this tank right away is this tetra SafeStart + concentrated aquarium bacteria this is a bacteria that you normally would wait a long time to build up in your tank so that it can deal with fish waste and feed on fish waste which prevents it from producing a lot of ammonia burning your fish and killing them so that’s what this video’s all about it so I’m going to start my fish off without the normal waiting period for a tank to cycle i also have been a big fan of canister filters as long as I’ve been keeping fish and right now the Hydor professional 250 that’s 250 gallons per hour capacity is what i’m going to use for this fish tank setup this is a brand new fish tank it’s never been used before so everything I’m doing is in preparation for fish for the first time assuming that everything you’re putting in here is brand-new canister filters like this one allow you to build up it houses bacteria this is filter medium that the bacteria are going to develop on and they’re going to live on all of the surface area of these little porous ceramic inserts and the water is going to flow from your tank down through this filter system and then return to the tank but right now I’m rinsing this in freshwater we don’t have chlorinated water so i’m on a well so this is just cold fresh water if you are using a canister filter any other kind of filter like an over the side tank filter when you come to clean that out later don’t take it over a clean in chlorinated water you’ll be killing the bacteria that have colonized all of this filter medium so it kinda would set you back everything i’m showing you here today is with well water so i didn’t have to do anything to treat the water but I treat everything that comes brand new like it’s got stuff on it i don’t want and I’m going to rinse it here is a course filter which is just a big kind of loose sponge that goes in the bottom of the canister filter the canister filters have many layers for filtering and exposing your water to bacteria that are going to help control what’s going on chemically in your fish tank and then they just all nest together and go back inside your canister filter and again this is the Hydor 250 now there’s a fine filter medium that goes in the top of this canister filter and that’s where i’m going to place my can make sure plus i just want water to move over the Chemi-pure that comes with its own nylon bag you can also put Chemi-pure in your over the side filter or another style of cannister filter it’s just needs to be in a place where water can pass through it and wash over it also the canister housing needs to be rinsed off don’t use dish detergent or any other chemicals that you need to wash something just use fresh water and let’s keep all the chemicals out of our tank so those are actually quartz bio-rings I’m sorry call them ceramic earlier and then there’s a chart on the side to see what size canister filter you need to the size tank we have a 54 gallon tank so this is a 250 model and that’s perfectly sized for what we’re doing also you notice number one there is a carbon filter i don’t use the activated carbon the closest thing to that is the chemi-pure itself here’s what my fish tank looks like with a nightlight function it has LEDs on it so if you’re setting up a fish tank or any aquarium and sometimes a child’s room kids like to leave the bright light on day and night that’s not good for your fish you want to have daylight in your tank maybe eight to ten hours hopefully not direct sunlight from a window but artificial daylight so the fish have a predictable day and night cycle and this just shows you know this filter systems running and it shows me kinda with the currents are going to be doing later when i put in the fish before I fill the tank all the way to the top remember put everything in the tank i filled it up and let it set for several days then I did a water change and now i’m filling it back up again and this shows how to Hydor system is a recirculating water and returning it to the tank kind of cool mark 5 dive helmet here salute to the Navy dive schools back in the day those MKV helmets were still in use even in 1980 for training so kind of cool to have this in my fish tank and again now you can see the waters kind of clean the bubbles have gone away so we’re running the heater running the filter system and we’re making sure that everything is going to be copacetic when the fish come normally you would have to wait you might have to put fish food in the tank is something to kick out some bacteria get some ammonia going so that then that can be breaking down into nitrates but we’re going to skip that because we’re going to add this safe start + and put bacteria in the tank otherwise we would be waiting a long time to have that grow on its own and develop on its own ok now regardless of how your water looks we don’t really know chemically what’s going on with it so you’re going to have to have a fresh water test kit you’re going to need to know for sure what your ph is what you’re amonias are what the nitrites are and what the nitrates are so to do that you have to have a test kit and these things are pretty inexpensive i bought this one on amazon and very simple to do the glass testing tubes are there make sure to look at the lot numbers the expiration date this stuff is good until 2021 so here we are in 2017 that’s going to be perfect everything’s fresh you want to look at their website to learn more about it all these products are in this video i purchase myself so I’m not sponsored by anybody I’m not getting anything for free I’m just sharing with you how I start off with fish right away the other thing is to look up in a fish book and and understand what the requirements are chemically and habitat wise for the fish that you hope to put in these are zebra danios this is a very forgiving little fish for starters and that’s what I’m going to put into this tank again it’s a 54 gallon fish tank so in theory you could out 54 inches of fish in it we’re just starting off and the chemistry’s delicate so we’re going to put just a handful of fish in here we’re gonna have lots of water lots of time to see things coming if it starts to go south chemically because i’m trying out the tetra safe start plus for the first time I’ve never introduced bacteria in this way before so I’m going to test the pH just for kicks I consider water chemistry stability when it comes to ph and things like that to be more important than the actual chemical composition some people first / ph and constantly shift it to make it more acidic or to make it more ph and then add chemicals to do that i’m not a big fan of that I would rather this is a 7.6 PH so you want to make sure and pick a species of fish that handles that water chemistry on its own you don’t want to have to force your water to do something that is way out of its realm since i have well water I don’t want to do anything to my water so i’m going to pick fish that can handle the high pH the bottles are self-explanatory even says how many drops to put in that five milliliter tube here’s the thing this is the Tetra SafeStart and you want to make sure and look to see that the date on the bottom and it’s still good we’re in 2017 so 2018 is good you want to make sure this stuff didn’t freeze in transit and you also want to make sure you didn’t buy it on a hot summer day where it shows up in your UPS truck and it’s a hundred and thirty in there something just like direction say you shake it well and it’s the start new acquaintance which this one is add the entire bottle to aquariums up to a hundred gallons so here’s a 54 gallon tank and we’re good to go the aquarium is then ready for fish consult your retailer for advice on type and number of fish appropriate for your aquarium so there again it’s a 54 gallon tank so I’m just going to get a few starter fish to make sure that we’re not testing the limitations of the filtration and the size of the tank so I’m starting safe some people start off there fish tank just by putting flakes of food and letting that stuff go to the bottom without fish in it and then that decomposes and generate some ammonia and then the bacteria could feed on that I prefer to put live fishin and here we go we have neon tetras and zebra danios perfect fish for starting out a brand-new tank then we have to float the bags to make sure that the temperature is the same as the temperature in the tank and here you see that cloud stuff floating around that is the TetraSafeStart plus it’s actually flowing freely through the tank and it’s going to settle in the filter medium which is where most of this bacteria is going to set up and and it’s going to do its job on the ammonia that the fish are going to generate you want the bacteria colonize all over your tank but since there’s more oxygenation happening and more water flow happening in your canister filter or over the side filter that’s where the bacteria going to be critical and you can also see already this tank is clearing up nice the video is equal to be looking at right now is three days after we’ve done the safe start + so everything’s been running and these Fish are doing great they’re not all clustered together and they’re not acting stressed they explore the entire tank um we feed them just a little bit don’t overfeed your fish but there again we’ve got a lot of water to deal with so we can test the water and know well in advance if things start looking bad but even three days after putting them in i did do an ammonia test and we have an ammonia of zero but we also have nitrites of 0 and nitrates 0 so i expect in another couple of weeks that we will start to see some reading on nitrites first one of course it would break down and become nitrates so the big killer is ammonia and nitrite so we want to make sure and monitor those the most but the fish are happy the water is clear and we have fish right away so from buying all the ornamentation rinsing everything letting the water dwell with all of the furnishings in it and with the rinsed gravel let that sit in the water for several days then do a water change then bring in the fish and then add the safe start + or whatever bacteria source you’re using I’m showing this Python 25 foot tube because if you start to get a high ammonia rating i don’t recommend chemically treating it i recommend that you just do a water change and anytime that it starts to look cloudy or it seems like your fish are being challenged by some concentration then do a water change now I mentioned that everything I have here is on a well if you’re using tap water that is city treated i recommend something called Seachem prime and that stuff will help treat the water before your fish go in and if you’re doing a lot of change of course you would add that to the tank to make sure that they’re not dealing with chlorine or other chemicals that are being provided from city to the treatment system so also if you had heavy metals for example sometimes there’s a lot of iron in awhile it doesn’t hurt to put Seachem prime and it also for this demonstration though I didn’t treat my water with anything other than making sure i have Chemi-pure in the canister and I started off with tetra SafeStart + and let me think think that’s about it we’re keeping this at 76 degrees now and there again is the nightlight just because I guess it looks cool but i expect everything to go perfectly so this is how you start your tank brand-new and have fishing it within a week thanks for watching my video and i’m just going to let you look at the fish for a little while here while we finish it up thanks for watching have fun watch your water chemistry get the biggest tank you can afford and enjoy some tropical fish thanks !

    Man Peeing Outside On The Beach!!!
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    Man Peeing Outside On The Beach!!!

    January 15, 2020

    Beautiful Sunset out here at Hug Point! Way up high, looking down over the rocks. Cute little couple down there… Awe, look at them. Just enjoying all of Nature, and everything
    it has to offer. (MAN GOING PEE OUTSIDE) Sure is beautiful. Ahhhhhhh!!! Peaceful. (URINE SPLASHES BUSHES)

    Top 5 Bass Fishing Lures for New Water | Bass Fishing
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    Top 5 Bass Fishing Lures for New Water | Bass Fishing

    January 15, 2020

    Hey, folks. Glenn May here with And, you know, I fish a lot of different lakes
    all over the country. And it’s funny when I fish a brand new lake
    that I haven’t been on before and I need to understand like what’s the structure made
    up of? What’s the bottom contours? What kind of vegetation does it have? What’s the mood of the fish, the water clarity,
    that sort of thing? It’s funny. I usually end up about the same five lures
    every single time. So, today, I want to talk to you about the
    top five lures I use to find fish in any given body of water. Starting with the jig, one of these right
    here. So, if a body of water has crawfish, bluegill
    or shad, fishing the jig is a good choice of lures to start with. You can crawl a jig really slow over rocks,
    over the bottom. You can swim it through the grass, you can
    fish in six inches of water and 60 feet of water. You can fish a jig vertically, you can fish
    it horizontally. Really, there’s not too many lures that cover
    the whole water column as well as a jig. So, it’s always a good choice to have with
    you when you’re fishing a brand new body of water. Now, if a lake has a lot of cover of vegetation
    and it’s not very deep, I’ll go with a lighter, like a 1/4-ounce, a 3/8-ounce skirted jig. If it has a thicker cover, then I’m going
    to have to go up a little bit, go with a 1/2-ounce jig. With the heavier cover, I like to use a heavier
    line like a Seaguar Smackdown 50-pound braid. That way if a fish wraps you up in that heavier
    cover, you’d be able to get them out without them breaking off. But if you’re in that lighter vegetation and
    stuff, you don’t need something as heavy. I can even go down like 15-pound line on something
    like that and not worry about getting stuck or hung up. As far as water clarity, if the water’s clear,
    then go with more natural colors such as green pumpkin or a little bit clear colors, you
    know, the browns, the green hues, that sort of thing. And if it’s stained or muddy, then I will
    go with something like dark colors, with bright accents, something like a black and blue jig
    or a black jig with say, a chartreuse trailer or something like that. I know it sounds weird. It’s like dirty, muddy water and using a dark
    color wouldn’t stand out as well. But actually, it’s a dark silhouette that
    shows up there and that’s what the fish will key on. So that’s what I use, one of the lures that
    I use for finding fish in a brand new body of water. The second lure I use to find fish in lakes
    I’ve never been on before is something like this, a Texas rig plastic. In this case, in case you’re wondering what
    it is, it’s a Rage Tail Space Monkey. But a Texas rig plastic bait is something
    I use to find fish on unfamiliar waters. Well, I think a jig can work 12 months out
    of the year. I do think that a Texas rig plastic in the
    spring and summer actually works better. Now, for me in the spring, that often is a
    weightless or slightly weighted Yum Dinger. Fishing the Senko or Yum Dinger is a dynamite
    way to get shallow skittish fish that are wary of predators or just started moved up
    in the shallows. It’s a great subtle bait to use to catch those
    fish. But a Texas rig worm, lizard, creature or
    a bug bait, it can be equally effective for probing cover. Fishing these lures in bass-holding spots
    like grass, lay-down trees, docks, brush piles, and more can even yield monster fish during
    the spring and summer. The next bait in my arsenal is this, the ChatterBait. The ChatterBait has proven to be an extremely
    versatile bass fishing lure for covering lots of water. It fishes great around grass especially, but
    it can be skipped under docks, it can be fished around flooded timber, flooded bushes, weeds,
    lily pads, all sorts of things. You can fish it fast or you can crawl it at
    a slow pace. You can even dredge it on the bottom, but
    what I found is that it works in dirty water and clear water equally well, which can make
    it better than other lure choices, which is why I use it a lot in these kinds of lakes. Now, sometimes a spinnerbait or a crankbait
    lose their effectiveness if the water gets too clear or the fish get really pressured,
    but it seems bass get conditioned to those lures faster for some reason, I don’t know
    why, but a ChatterBait produces in cold water and warm water equally well and even in pressured
    fish in clear water, plus you can cover a lot of water quickly when you’re searching
    for bass, you’re trying to figure out the lake, you can’t do that fishing really slow. So a ChatterBait is an excellent choice for
    figuring out a lake. All right, the next bait I want to show you
    that I like to use a lot, is one of these, paddle tail swimbait. The paddle tail swimbait is an extremely versatile
    asset to have, especially when you’re fishing shallow or deep water, as well as around covered
    and open water in all four seasons of the year. You can scale the size and depth easily by
    changing the jig heads and paddle tail sizes and you can change… They come in all kinds of colors. So, for these reasons, it’s extremely effective
    at covering water and finding fish. It does lose some of its effectiveness in
    dirty water, but I like it a lot in clear water. It’s a staple for me in the winter as much
    as it is in the summer and I’ve been fishing it and more around things like deep brush
    piles and under around docks and all kinds of deep underwater structure. I mean, it has all kinds of applications that
    we’re still just learning about it. Flooded bushes are one of my favorite pieces
    of cover to fish with this. It’s easy to fish. You just cast it out and use a slow, steady
    retrieve to bring the lure back. There’s a ton of great swimbait fishing options
    available to anglers now. I often use a RageTail swimmer and work it
    up or down on size, depending on how deep on fishing and the type of cover that’s available. The next kind of bait that I like to use when
    fishing these type of waters are top waters such as a frog or a toad. Now, I won’t fish a topwater in the winter,
    but it can really excel at finding fish in large areas in the spring, summer, and fall. I can cover flats, I can fish pockets, I can
    probe points, I can find fish that will not commit to other more subtle presentations. And even I can get fish to rise and show themselves. At least I know where they are at. I usually want the water to be at least in
    the 50s before grabbing a topwater. And usually, I want stained to clear water
    to fish it. So, I won’t rank it quite as high as the versatility
    and some of the other bass lures that I just mentioned. But buzz baits, frogs, and poppers are my
    favorites because they make a lot of commotion. The fish can hone in on them and get it. And so I always have a topwater rigged and
    ready to go when I’m fishing new waters. So, those are the top five baits I use to
    find fish when I’m fishing and a brand new body of water. Now, I know there’s a lot of other baits out
    there that can work better throughout the year at times, for example, lipless crankbaits,
    drop shots, Ned Rigs, things like that, they all have their place and time. But these are the top baits that I use day
    in and day out on different bodies of water that are productive for me. And you got to start somewhere. So, start with those and you can have a lot
    more success. For more tips and tricks like this, visit

    Sailboat, pier fire reported in Havre de Grace
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    Sailboat, pier fire reported in Havre de Grace

    January 12, 2020


    Blocking River Water To Catch Fish, Survival Skills
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    Blocking River Water To Catch Fish, Survival Skills

    January 10, 2020

    Welcome to the channel I will block this water to catch fish Using the stones will help form a barrier There are many small lines down Using these, water will not flow Grab small stones to keep The water is starting to run out You need to use this to keep the fish from running down There are many stone snails The fire will make the fish cooked and just wait for time to pass