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Old 09-12-2011, 12:37 AM   #71
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From Broad and Olney, you would catch the 70 to Cottman Ave, and then the 14 North on the Blvd.
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Old 09-12-2011, 12:42 AM   #72
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Definately gonna look into that. Thanks for the directions!
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Old 09-12-2011, 09:00 PM   #73
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Ok so tomorrow I will start this build (more than a tank obviously), if I get the go ahead from my school. Wish me Luck!

If not I will build this at home so the information you all gave will be used, and is apprechiated!

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Good luck with the school! Hope they let you keep it!
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Thanks Carey! Does anyone know a convincing argument I could say to keep it? My roomates defiantely want me to make it at least.
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Hmm other than telling them you want no fish just corals, I can't think of a good arguement. lol Technically the corals are animals and coudl eb considered pets. But here's hoping the school won't look at it that way. **fingers crossed**
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I know I looked that up earlier and almost cried lol. I couldve sworn they were plants but I was wrong. I really dont want to have another planted tank..I am definately not mentioning that corals are animals lol
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So I asked them about it today and they suggested making an interest group. So much paperwork, need 12 members, ect. They have only had "one" group that applied and did not get accepted due to being "insane". I hope corals and fishtanks are not insane..lol sometimes..

I can have less than 12 but it will be "considered on their merits"?

This will be interesting. I will let everyone know how it goes!
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i think you can easily get 12 people!
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:59 PM   #80
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Should it be sw only? or all kinds?

Maybe a basic club on cycling tank, startup ect.

Then progress to sw, reef, planted
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