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Old 10-29-2004, 09:19 PM   #11
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LOL, you should find harry before your wife freaks out
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Old 10-29-2004, 09:30 PM   #12
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i have his twin brother he was in my 20g with everything fish, snails ,other crabs for about 5 months before i even knew he was thier so i started tryin to catch him every night for a month or so untill i saw him kill a zebra hermit (my favorite one too) i was in the lfs in about 10 mins buyin a 19g bowfront starter kit for 200 bucks wich he and the rock he was in now live
the guy at the lfs told me to smash him with a rock wich made my wife almost cry
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i have his twin brother he was in my 20g with everything fish, snails ,other crabs for about 5 months before i even knew he was thier so i started tryin to catch him every night for a month or so untill i saw him kill a zebra hermit (my favorite one too) i was in the lfs in about 10 mins buyin a 19g bowfront starter kit for 200 bucks wich he and the rock he was in now live
the guy at the lfs told me to smash him with a rock wich made my wife almost cry
Wow, LFS guy is a horrible businessman.

"Of course you should buy a new set-up.. look at your wife, she has her heart set on it! You must be a very kind couple, to care for and protect even the littlest creatures that come into your lives. It's not often we see people take such responsibility. ...And come see this new skimmer.."
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Old 10-30-2004, 01:48 AM   #14
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the guy at the lfs told me to smash him with a rock wich made my wife almost cry
What a horrible thing to say. I almost want to cry thinking about it...

Grimlock3000, I hope you find Harry. Is it possible that he could have gotten out of the bucket, and is in the car somewhere?
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Old 10-30-2004, 12:27 PM   #15
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Looks like someone needs to put together another tank
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Grimlock, your wife sounds cool! Good for her. I hope you find the crab!
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How big is he?

I have quite a few un-identified hitchicker crabs that I am trying to decide what to do with. They don't bother the fish, but we will have a problem when I start getting corals.
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