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I'll get to the point eventually...
ah fuck that shit
I'm gonna post 20 times a day, and then take a 2 week break, or maybe it'll be 2 posts a day, or maybe not, who frigin cares how many posts, cuz you know you're readin'em when you're bored so whats it matter?

anyways, what I wanted to say right now was, incase anyone who DOESNT have a journal is looking at this, and you want to make a journal, a really good screenname, would be "liquid_adamantium" but only if you can understand the reference

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sparkfrost From: sparkfrost Date: September 28th, 2003 06:59 pm (UTC) (Link)
X men 2, Xmen United. its what they fused to wolverine's bones, as well as Lady DeathStrike. call me a nerd, but i love those movies. oh, and if im wrong, what is it referencing?
metavlad From: metavlad Date: September 28th, 2003 10:43 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well, I was actually referencing the comic, but you are correct.
From: (Anonymous) Date: September 29th, 2003 03:52 pm (UTC) (Link)

Um, actually I ordered a small...

Hey, I was looking around online trying to figure out the reference, and I think I found it... This is from an article in the industrial technology journal Science Daily. This part was probably the most relevant, the rest was kind of over my head:

"While liquid adamantium is best known for its controversial-and-life-threatening-experiment applications made popular by the "X-men" comics and the recently-released movies based thereupon, it also has many more practical industrial uses as well, such as:

-Facilitating faster glue drying times,
-Al Sharpton-esque hair products, and its most successful application yet,
-Arresting the normal plastic utensil growth process during prong development, thus creating the industrial nightmare-turned-innovation commonly known as the 'spork'"

I'm not sure if this is right, but all I have to say is, Dairy Queen is awesome
metavlad From: metavlad Date: September 29th, 2003 04:08 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Um, actually I ordered a small...

And THIS is why Jon kicks ass.
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