LF: Mustang, Sleipnir, Isotope 2 (also known as @Hanker's Isotope Joke thread)

Hi all, below are some throws I’m looking for:

  • YYR Sleipnir: any edition, double or triple the retail price if Mint.
  • TP Mustang (limited editions: cracked, mavetrick, gold plated etc): $700-$900 for, $900+ is negotiable if it’s brand new, super mint.
  • TP Mustang (Raw): above retail if it’s mint.
  • TP Isotope 2: any condition, raw or something similar prefered, offer only.
  • Failure is Unknown: I’m looking for quite a lot from unknown, please pm if you have any willing to let go!

Have addresses in US, UK, Australia, Japan and China to receive.

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Someone get my homie an isotope!

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1 Isotope = 1 life saved :pray:


Call 1800-SAVE-LIFE NOW to sell your Isotope and save a life!!!*


HURRY!!! BEFORE THERE ARE NO LIVES LEFT TO SAVE!!!


*While lives last.

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Fun fact:

Every single atom in the universe is an isotope.

So the Isotope is actually made out of isotopes!

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What did the scientist say when he found two isotopes of helium?

HeHe

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Omg :woman_facepalming:t2::joy:

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Wonder where the word isotope came from?

Iso in English means equal, same, constant. E.g. Isobaric = constant pressure, Isothermal = constant temperature and Isovolumetric = constant volume.

Topos in Greek means place.

So combine them together and you get isotope, which means isotopes occupy the same place in the periodic table of elements (same atomic number, different mass number).

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Fun fact:

The isotopes of hydrogen are protium (hydrogen-1), deuterium (hydrogen-2), tritium (hydrogen-3), hydrogen-4, hydrogen-5, hydrogen-6 and hydrogen-7.

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Hanker you’re the best

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Why are helium, curium and barium called the medical isotopes?


Because if you can't helium or curium, you barium!
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Also looking for Mustangs and Sleipnirs! (all versions)
Bump

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Wanna hear a joke about a radioactive isotope?


Sorry, it decayed.
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im dead :joy::joy::joy:

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I’m an isotope geochemist and I approve of these shenanigans. :laughing:

Special shoutouts to 16O, 17O, 18O, 32S, 33S, 34S, and 36S. :raised_hands:

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Fun fact:

The P-51 Mustang was one of the last few propeller-powered fighter to be used in a major war (The Korean War).

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What is Thanos’ favorite hydrogen isotope?

Tritium, because it has a half-life.

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What are atoms’ favorite color? Iso-taupe

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Have you heard about the isotope with a half-life of ten years?


It decade.
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