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Old 01-24-2006, 10:53 PM   #21
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Where's the option for an angler eating tang? :|

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I like them both. But if I had to make a choice I would pick the Achilles. This is the fish that really got me into saltwater in the 1st place. I saw one in a pic and said to myself, WOW I could get fish like that if I had a salt tank. But now I know that they do not keep well. But still a very beautiful fish. I now have a yellow and Atlantic surgeon tang. The Atlantic is another Fav. of mine. and keep very well.

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Good thing you got here when you did. Apparently you missed it but the whole police thing was a joke. You know....HA HA funny.

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Good thing you got here when you did.
run, the fuzz is here. This thread deteriorated from the beginning due to the over-reacting of a couple of members. No need to draw it out any further.
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Yeah, thanks for clearing that up for me Brenden.

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