Weisberg: I was sitting in my hotel in Los Angeles and I was working on a show called Falling Skies on TNT.
He had revolutionized the news industry and owned CNN, TNT, TBS, New Line Cinema, and the Atlanta Braves.
And we learned how to blow up underwater obstacles with C4, dynamite, and TNT.
TNT stepped in to save the show, and that decision, at least creatively, has paid off.
“We are going to need a lot of TNT of dynamite,” Nafis said, according to the complaint.
This draws out the firing-pin and gets everything ready for the TNT to explode as soon as the firing-pin is struck.
A pound of the stuff would be the equivalent of nearly seven tons of TNT.
If the chain reaction failed to occur, the TNT would blow the very rare and dangerous plutonium all over the countryside.
What could his thoughts have been, lying tied up on the living room floor waiting for twenty tons of TNT to go off?
The business end of a torpedo is a "war-head" packed with about four hundred pounds of TNT.
1915, abbreviation of trinitrotoluene (1908).