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Old 09-02-2005, 05:31 PM   #11
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Congrats! This is a great forum indeed.
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First FINatic.. then ADDICT.. *sigh... sad because ive only been here since like April.
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Absolutely agree. My fish are grateful for AA, too.
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Old 09-02-2005, 11:29 PM   #15
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i think that's precisely why we top the ranks in aquarank... ...
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You've only been keeping fish a year and you already have those fantastic tanks. Better than anything I've ever made
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Old 09-02-2005, 11:59 PM   #17
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most of the photos are taken in a way to fool an observer. the minor details (the brush algae, torn leaves) are cleverly kept out of focus . so don't judge the beauty of a tank till you see it in person.
but then again, the fish are healthy and happy (of course I'd say that ) and they don't care much about me decorating the tank.
IMO both you and i still have tons to learn...
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Congratulations buddy. I'm all excited because I'm about to be a one year aquarist, too. I've learned a lot from your posts - I find myself reading about cichlids even though I'm uninterested in keeping them. AA is great.
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thanks czcz. i've resolved a lot of issues in the planted tanks thanks to you. it feels good to actually have stuck with a hobby so long. i believe its just the fact that those cute buggers depend on you that keeps you going.
and to be frank, i ignored any post regarding cichlids for the first ten months or so on AA .
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