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Old 02-20-2005, 04:20 PM   #11
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mine eats frozzn mysis and live brine and bloodworms
You lucky so and so! Didja do something to help him along that way? Curious minds wanna know. 8) Was thinking that if I could do that, I'd get another mandarin - -but then again, I'm fully stocked, everyone gets along fine, and I 'm not going to rock the boat. Talked myself right out of that one. This time.
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