I've done let this go a few posts back.
Originally Posted by Speakerman
Anyway...Can we get off this tangent and back to the subject at hand.
But it seems like everybody here wants a peice of Speakerman cause I have a tang. Big deal. Why can't we just drop all this mess and get back to the whole my first
saltwater tank thing. I've made a lot of mistakes on this tank, and don't plan on making them on the next tank. And when I get the big one set up I am going to redo this tank with the right kind of live sand, RO
water, overflows ect. Those were my biggest mistakes so far. Besides using these aquaclear 70, which I had no idea would suck up a fish until it happened.
Hara, I was not insulting you, nore anyone else.
"Common sense is genius" because everyone knows that asking a simple question yeilds more positive reactions than negative comments.
Sure I may have made a bad choice by getting this tang without my new tank set up, however I do plan on transfering it as soon as possible, and it is one of the fish I've wanted to keep in the 125. And to be honest with you. I've wanted one for a long time and got this one for 40 bucks off. Which I couldn't have got again most likely. Was this a good choice? I still think so, yes.
I understand everyone's concern here for the well being of their fishy friends, but you must realize I feel the same and care about all of my pets. I would not of purchased a tang if I hadn't honestly known I could provide a larger tank in the near future.
For example. I started out with 10 gallon tank and bought 2 Oscars for it because I didn't know any better. Now I have a 150 gallon, 125, 55, 37, 20 and two 10 gallons.
Needless to say, I will upgrade if the need arrises.
As of now, I'd appreciate it if we could drop the whole thing and get back to helping, teaching, and sharing a hand with our skills and knowledge.