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Old 05-07-2004, 12:53 PM   #1
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Something's missing

After find the leak in the tank, I can't believe what trouble and cost that little area of cr@ppy silicone has caused. I've poured in about 1 grand and have nothing to show for it now.

I really miss my fishes . There is this void in my life now that only a pet can fill...but I don't think I will start this hobby again until another 4-5 years from now when I get to have my own place (currently living in an apt, partial reason why i am not continuing).

Its really been a pleasure contributing (althought not much) reading, and following some of your guy's advice. Going to miss those little guys, loved how they would swim towards the feeding corner and just engulf all the food in a matter of a minute.
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Sorry to hear about your problems and we look forward to being here when you do return to the hobby.
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Ever think of a Nano to satisfy the urge and still fit your living conditions?

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