Beyond Unobtanium

There are lots more famous metals available
condominium - used in construction of high density residential housing aquarium - element used in plastic tubing
sanitarium - white metal used in toilet seats equilibrium - heavy metal used in lamp bases delirium - chief element in guitar strings encomium - gaudy metal used in plaques and awards honorarium - precious metal used in plaques and awards podium - alloyed with auditorium and exordium to produce tedium allium - a metal used in everything emporium - a metal used in counterfeit coins gymnasium - a metal used to make springs medium - a metal used in crystal balls millennium - a metal used in commemorative plates moritorium - a metal used in coffins odium - a metal used in heroin needles pandemonium - a metal used in kids' bed springs planetarium - a light gas found around medium sized stars premium - first element discovered stadium - metal that attracts money
Jim
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says...

Did you steal/recycle that? Either way, I found it very funny!
Marc
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Marc 182 wrote:

Recycled.
The original source said it dated from a 1986 posting.
So, the quest for Unobtanium is quite old, but "ever new" in the mind of the new generatins.
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