TSa wrote:

BTW, what is a flack?

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flak_%28disambiguation%29

Originally, (FL)ug(a)bwehr (K)anone -- German 88mm anti-aircraft cannon of WWII.

Subsequently, any anti-air gun or cannon, particularly when fired at a position rather than aimed at a particular target.

Presently:  [[ oproer, samenscholing, Tumult, schiamazzo ]]

Criticism, ado, alarm, excitement, noise, grief, hullabaloo, angst, wailing and gnashing of teeth, din, clamor, hubbub, rumpus, tumult, uproar, disturbance, objection, consternation, meshugas, narrichkeit, shemozzle, furor.


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