Actually, no-one has actually isolated Francium. It's a sort of theoretical element. Its existence is only proved on paper. The reason is that its most stable isotope, francium-223, has a half-life of only 22 minutes. There are many more isotopes with much shorter half-lifes. Also, the largest amount ever collected was a cluster of around 10000 atoms, amongst Uranuim and Barium isotopes.
I was a knight, but I was disgraced by the crown. My sword was destroyed, and my exploits discredited.
Triple word score. A bit like scrabble.
Also, why is scrabble called scrabble? Scrabbling describes frantic movements of the hands...Like scrabbling at a slippery thing like a glacier...