Kelly told NPR in 2007 they did it partly by building fake tanks and trucks from wood and burlap.
"But later they were made in rubber — inflatable and they looked like the real thing," he said.
Netflix is celebrating the end of a monster 2013 by giving its top executives sacks of money.
By EDMUND MORRIS
In trying to popularize its crown jewel, the New York Public Library could destroy it.
New York Public Library Buys Timothy Leary's Papers
By PATRICIA COHEN
The archive of the drug guru Timothy Leary includes accounts of Allen Ginsburg's and Jack Kerouac's experiments with psilocybin.
But, all the same, when i discovered that it was your diary.....I have no desire to ransack your soul.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_shredderA paper shredder is a mechanical device used to cut paper into chad, typically either strips or fine particles. Government organizations, businesses, and private
all the same
1. Also, all one. Equally acceptable, making no difference. For example, If it's all the same to you I'd prefer the blue car, or Hot or cold, it's all one to me. [Late 1700s]
2. Also, just the same. Nevertheless, still. For example, John wants to stay another week, but I'm going home all the same, or Even if you vote against it, this measure will pass just the same. [c. 1800]
Hessian //, or burlap in the U.S. and Canada, is a woven fabric usually made from skin of the jute plant or sisal fibres, which may be combined with other vegetable fibresto make rope, nets, and similar products. Gunny cloth is similar in texture and construction.
Hessian, a dense woven fabric, has historically been produced as a coarse fabric, but more recently it is being used in a refined state known simply as jute as an eco-friendly material for bags, rugs and other products.
The name "burlap" appears to be of unknown origin, although the word could mean "coarse piece of cloth." The name "hessian" is attributed to the use of the fabric, initially, as part of the uniform of soldiers from the former Landgraviate of Hesse and its successors in interest (including the current German state of Hesse, whose people (and, thus, soldiers) were called "Hessians."
Pronunciation: /sak/Translate sack | into French | into German | into Italian | into Spanish
Origin:Old English sacc, from Latin saccus 'sack, sackcloth', from Greek sakkos, of Semitic origin. 1sense 1 of the verb) in Oxford Dictionaries (US English)">1sense 1 of the verb dates from the mid 19th century
ransack tr.v., -sacked, -sack·ing, -sacks.
- To search or examine thoroughly.
- To search carefully for plunder; pillage.
[Middle English ransaken, from Old Norse rannsaka : rann, house + *saka, to search, seek.]ransacker ran'sack'er n.