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“Wood told Karzai that the chemicals that would be used to eradicate the poppy fields were so safe that he was willing to go to Massoud Circle, a major traffic intersection in Kabul, and jump into a fifty-five-gallon drum of the chemicals in his Speedos to prove just how safe they were.”
“Efficient and relatively clean Dumpsters, roll-off containers, and off-site options were replacing overflowing, fifty-five-gallon drums and back rooms filled with cardboard boxes of putrid garbage awaiting pickup.”
“The pipe was about the diameter of a fifty-five-gallon steel drum.”
“His plane had lost an engine and was losing altitude when he decided to jettison his load: fifty-five-gallon drums of creosote for airstrip construction.”
“Below the bridge on the port side, two fifty-five-gallon gasoline drums ignited.”
“My young engineer had tied a big blue plastic fifty-five-gallon drum behind Luke so he would forge a trail for them.”
“STRAT CREPT ALONG an inner wall of the cavernous warehouse, crouched behind a long line of empty fifty-five-gallon drums.”
“He'd gone full gamut since I'd been born, from refusing to pay anyone for anything he couldn't learn to do himself — learning to repair transmissions and raise rabbits for his eventual move to Alaska, and to safely stockpile trinitrotoluene and blasting caps in sealed fifty-five-gallon drums for the inevitable “mud-people takeover,” as he and Mitch referred to it.”
“A couple of fifty-five-gallon drums were lashed into the corner and filled with scrap wood, steel, rubber.”
“In 1981, Bluestein and others created the Totable Tornado Observatory, a fifty-five-gallon hardened drum crammed with instruments.”
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