Two new elements in the Periodic Table:

Element:  WOMAN

Symbol:  Wo

Atomic Weight:  120  (more or less)

Physical Properties:  Generally round in form.  Boils at
 nothing and  may freeze anytime.  Melts whenever treated
 properly.  Very bitter if  not used well.

Chemical Properties:  Very active.  Possesses strong
 affinity to gold, silver, platinum, and precious stone.
 Violent when left alone,  Able  to absorb great amount of
 exotic food.  Turns slightly green when  placed beside a
 better specimen.  Ages rapidly.

Usage:  Highly ornamental.  An extremely good catalyst for
 disintegration of wealth.  Probably the most powerful
 income reducing agent known.

Caution:  Highly explosive in inexperienced hands.


Another new element in the Periodic Table:

Element:  MAN

Symbol:  XY

Common Name(s):  Varies anywhere from John to !@#&*!

Atomic Weight:  180 +/- 100

Physical Properties:  Solid at room temperature but easily
 gets bent out of shape.  Fairly dense and sometimes flaky.
 Difficult to find a pure sample.  Due to rust, aging
 samples are unable to conduct electricity as easily as
 young, fresh samples.

Chemical Properties:  Attempts to bond with Wo any chance it
 can get. Also, tends to form strong bonds with itself.
 Becomes explosive when mixed with Kd (element Kid) for a
 prolonged period of time.  Pretty basic.  Very simple.
 Neutralize by saturating with alcohol.

     Usage:  None really, except methane production.  Good samples are able
     to produce large quantities on command.

     Caution:  In the absence of Wo, this element rapidly decomposes and
     begins to smell.