Toronto’s Garrison Bespoke has created a discreet and comfortable bullet-proof suit for clients who work in dangerous environments. The entire custom-made suit uses nanotechnology to act as a shield, and it’s 50% lighter than Kevlar.
J. D. Salinger’s “Catcher in the Rye,” which was once banned in some schools because it was believed to be part of “an overall communist plot,” is said to have caused the popularity of the term “screwed up.”
Even though very few giant panda cubs are born each year and even fewer live after birth, the world’s first surviving set of panda triplets were born in July 2014 and continue to develop at a healthy rate.
Stephen King’s first novel “Carrie,” which celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, was crumpled up and thrown away by King. It was his wife, Tabatha, who rescued it from the trashcan and urged him to continue writing the story after she read it.