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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by mumbojumbo4, Mar 8, 2004.
The name is "The Element". Is it. Tell all you know.
All music lists these guys and about 20 others with the name 'element'
Honda lists these:
Why not take it a bit further and specify an element?
I just checked the band register, and it wasn't taken there. Register it (for free) if you like.
The closest match was "Elementz" in London.
How about cadmium? I like cadmium. When I was in high school Chemistry I wrote a song called "The Cadmium Blues."
Penguinol. Best element ever.
When I was in high school chemistry I wrote a Chemistry rap, including many elements as well as the law of definite proportion and a couple of other random factoids. I got +75 extra credit points for writing it and another +25 for performing it.
I think the element of surprise is the best element.
I'm a second semester premed biochem major, so I'll be taking chemistry out the wazoo, and my favorite element is Francium. Imagine throwing that in a big ol' lake... HUGE EXPLOSION! hooray for group one elements+water...
Well, I would expound on the virtues of the element of mystery, but that would sorta defeat the purpose, wouldn't it?
I am an avocate for stove top.
Isn't that a compound? As is the air of mystery?
You do know that there is a group called "Elements" with Mark Egan in it... right?
you are such a geek
That may be but +100 extra credit points is >
Ah, it's both! Just like oxygen, which is an element (O) that is most commonly found as a compound (O2). Similarly, the element of mystery (M) should not be confused with the air of mystery (M2)These things sure can get complicated, can't they?
i think i would be more accepting if i knew what a credit point was.