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Old 06-22-2011, 04:23 PM   #31
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Ha-ha! No, I don't! Because before buying the new tank we have to buy a house to put it in!!!
We're planning on buying a house by the end of the year, but we're having other expenses right now so that may have to be postponed... So does my dream tank unfortunately. At the same time I realize that I don't have a choice. So patience is my whole life right now.
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Now is a great time to buy, we just got our house last November and it's a buyers market for sure!

Least you have your cube to have fun with!
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Yes, absolutely! I've been checking out some nano tanks photos and it's amazing what can be done with such a small tank!
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