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Old 02-08-2004, 10:08 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by firerescue2002
I am only going to buy the pair that seems more compatible not all 4.
Sorry, I was under the assumption you where going to get all 4, my bad. As to which ones to get, the two clowns that are always swimming in the same proximity to each other and will also be of odd sizes as a rule. I think you said that they where still 1-1¬Ĺ" so they should actually still be sexually immature which makes things much better.

So which does everyone think is the most important? I pulled these from the "suggested readings" announcement.

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30 gallon, clown, clowns, tan

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