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Played by Robert Patrick in Terminator 2: Judgement Day. A liquid metal Terminator.
Advanced liquid metal architecture prototype terminator.
a memitic poly-alloy, aka liquid metal
A highly potent and slightly addictive strain of indica marijuana. Created in Toronto Ontario Canada early in the 21st century, this plant was bred from parents exhibiting super-high yields and massive THC content. T-1000 derives it's name from the liquid-metal killer robot featured in the 1991 motion picure: "TERMINTOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY". It takes the name because The leaves and flowers of the T-1000 strain are mostly green but with large silver or metallic marbling throughout. The smoke is very smooth and strong, while the buzz is very cerebral and trippy. This is also a very pungeant strain which has repotedly had to be bagged 4 or 5 times over when stored or transported to reduce its alluring smell. Unfortunately, seed is currenty only available for private use and clones are in short supply as they are in high demand.
an advanced terminator, liquid metal
Your worst fucking nightmare.A terminator (basically a robot assassin from the future) that is constructed entirely out of mimetic polly-alloy (a self-healing liquid metal). It's self healing liquid nature means it is nearly completely invulnerable to physical harm. It can also shape shift into anything it touches, as long as that thing has a similar mass. They are equally as strong as their T 800 predecessor but their shape shifting abilities and more fluid, lifelike movements make them superior in combat. However, they are much lighter than T 800s, so they aren't able to tolerate heavy gunfire for example (though they could just reform afterwards). They can be temporarily stopped by freezing them and smashing them to pieces but they will reform after thawing. It only lethal weakness is extremely high temperatures (over 2500 degrees Celsius).A unit was sent to the year 1995 in an attempt to kill ten year old John Connor. Luckily, John from the year 2029 sent back a T 800 that was reprogrammed to protect him. The T 800 proved to be a tough opponent but was eventually killed by the T 1000. The T 800 managed to revive itself and shoot a grenade into the T 1000 body. It detonated and before the T 1000 could reform, it fell backwards into a steel mill, where the temperature destroyed it once and for all.The T 1000 was portrayed by Robert Patrick and appeared in Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
Some crappy creature formed from liquid shit came from the brain from some Hollywood fucktard.
The ultimate terminator that appears in Terminator 2: The 3D ride at universal studios. It stands roughly 6 times higher that the T-800 and is reminiscent of a spider. It has the liquid traits of the T-1000 although it is never shown transforming as the T-1000 can. The only way that it could be destroyed was in a massive explosion that consumed the T-800 and the Skynet building.
A huge mistake made by the writers of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. In the movie, Arnold's character refers to the previous Terminator from Terminator 2 as "a different T-101" when in fact the actual designation of it is T-800 Model 101. Arnold's character in T3 is a T-850 because the 800 series has only one compact nuclear power cell, while the 850 series has two hydrogen fuel cell power sources, among other differences.
The greatest meal to emerge from Perkins, or any restaurant for that matter, the Tremendous Twelve, aka the T-12 is a fan favorite. The T-12 is comprised of 4 pancakes, 4 bacon/sausage links, 1 heaping pile of hashed browns/breakfast potatoes, and 3 eggs cooked to your desire, adding up to a total of 12 items, hence the name tremendous 12. Served piping hot and with a smile, this schmorgeshborg of tastes that will delight and tantelise your taste buds is also a TREMENDOUS value, at only $6.99, this is sure to make your day, morning, noon, or night.
In law school admissions the T14 are supposed to represent the top national law schools. However, in recent years the top 18 schools have become national. The T14 is now an ancient myth trolled by law students at Cornell and Georgetown.
T14TT, aka: Take one for the team. Used in situations where being discrete is necessary, and when trying to keep information from a slutty drunk boy.see: take one for the team.Unfortunately, by telling someone telling someone to take one for the team, one is effectively throwing a friend under the bus, so use T14TT in stride.A friend should not have to T14TT twice in a row, or more than one time a month.