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Old 04-21-2005, 11:03 AM   #11
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lets try to keep the rhetorical/sarcastic comments to a minimum.
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Old 04-21-2005, 11:54 AM   #12
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I've looked over this guys history of posts. IMO it is nearly impossible to take him seriously. His fish list continually has a completely new cast of characters from one post to the next. So either he is abusing them and they keep dying (which would explain his question) or he has some really bad luck or he's simply full of fluff. 15 posts in 2 years is a little bit strange, don't you think? Especially when they're generally rediculous posts like this that he never gets around to replying to.

Without a pic of that tank, I'm inclined to think FOF.
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Old 04-21-2005, 12:09 PM   #13
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wow thats alot hope its works out good for ya
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i came across this at some other forum
http://www.aquarium.org.hk/cgi-bin/e...1&bpg=1&age=30
if he could keep all those in his tank than i guess it would be ok but crazy
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I guess it may be possible, but thats a little cruel to the fish
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On the tv game show called "distraction" they have a tank in the backround. You can just see a small portion but there are TONS of fish in it. Large fish also. And they are constantly swimming by the opening. I assume they are in a rather small tank.
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WOW, what reply. For those of you i offended, SORRY! I was just simply asking a question. Got a 3rd degree instead of an answer. BUT i do have all those fish in my tank and also took up on your advice (gave it to a LFS)BUT man, i sounded like a killer and felt guilty after reading the reply.

I guess ill stick to just reading....MY APOLIGIES TO WHO EVER I OFFENDED..
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8O . Ya, that is a lot of fish ya have there. Honestly, way over-stocked. How are your water parameters?
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For those of you i offended, SORRY
No offense taken. It just seems like a lot of fish in a 125.
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