Thomas Manning graduated from the College of Charleston in 1985. He probably doesn't remember me but he probably took classes from Frank Kinard.
From: PLASMACHEM-L: Analytical Chem.(ICP's, DCP's, MIP's). [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Thomas J. Manning [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 8:46 AM
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Subject: science humor
Let's Speak Chemistry! (obtained from a web site)
* "I think your website is beryllium!" (read as brilliant)
* "That's a pro-phosphorous idea!" (read as preposterous)
* "I can't be arsenic-ed!" (read as arsed)
* "This is so boron!" (read as boring)
* "Pick it up off the fluor-ine!" (read as floor)
* "Lith-ium alone!" (read as leave him)
* "This is a-bismuth!" (read as abysmal)
* "I've got a bad gold" (read as cold)
* "Is she Indium?" (read as Indian)
* "Did he have a car-bon?" (read as car bomb)
* "Pass the lattice" (read as lettuce)
* "Would you like a polo-nium t?" (read as polo mint)
* "Can you iron my shirt please?" (read as iron)
* "I can't bar-ium" (read as bare him)
* "Can they cur-ium?" (read as cure him)
* "Caes-ium!" (read as caese him)
* "That was so-dium good" (read as so damn)
* "How many have we done sul-phur?" (read as so far)
* "Keep your i-on the ball" (read as eye on)
* "A friend of mine pierced his tung-sten" (read as tongue)
* "A-cid that one" (read as I said)
* "A-mine the other one" (read as I mean)
* "You're too easily lead" (read as lead)
* Julian: "My trousers keep falling down!"
* Nick: "This man-ga-nese a belt!" (read as man needs)
* Nick: "We need to get so many things for our cat"
* Julian: "I don't think we'll be able to remember them all"
* Nick: "Well then we will have to make the cat-a-lyst!"
* "I zinc we are done because all the other jokes ar-gon!"