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Old 11-15-2005, 01:59 PM   #11
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That goes ditto for me.

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Old 11-15-2005, 03:36 PM   #12
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I will work on it everyone. Yes Brian is the aquarium guy and the baby, well three year old little guy is Brenden. We have a son Timmy who is 7 years old.

I saw someones post last week about how a tank will give people peace and kind of zone out.
I am having a very big surgery coming up....."whole hip replacement" at thirty years old. I just love looking in this monster and forget! God really made some cool things in this world and I think we are blessed to have what we have to enjoy it everyday.

On another note Brian did all the work himself on this tank and I only now help out. I really enjoy it!

Everything under the tank is so perfect! He did his homework!

The people on here are wonderful and really care about what they are doing. I want to thank you all again for all of your replys to my questions. It really does put me at ease!

I will get the pictures today and try to post them tonight when the kiddies go to bed.
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tecwzrd and salttanker. My sump is over 8' long and the opening is in a hall way so I can only get about 3 ft from it so it will not fit in a picture. Here is a diagram of it. if there is a "part" you want photographed I will do that but there is no way to fit the whole thing in a picture.
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Old 11-15-2005, 06:08 PM   #14
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Wow! 8' long? That is awesome. I wish my wife would get excited about this hobby like yours. I have been doing this for 12 years, and she still isn't interested..

I keep trying though..

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Old 11-15-2005, 06:11 PM   #15
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Mine was not really interested until lately when I started adding corals.
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Old 11-15-2005, 06:14 PM   #16
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Hmmm..maybe that is the key. I will run with that approach and see what happens.

Your tank is looking great so far Brian!


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Hey thats what you have to do just show more interest in your hobby than your spouse and they will either hate you for it or start to show interest in it. LOL

Just kidding, My luck would be the later and then they would ruin it for me. But hey, cool deal both of you are on the forum know with own names.

Oh yeah, BRENDEN nothing takes stress away like shooting does it. Target shooting or plinking before anybody in here starts to wonder.
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I used to take a pistol down to a local indoor range at work and go through a good 100-150 rnds before I had to be back at work....
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Nice to know there are others that like guns in here. I love my Kimber 45's.
Here is my next purchase.
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I do not know what I will do with it. I guess it is just knowing you can shoot something from a mile away. nice pricetag... with the scope I what 13K 8O
OK back on topic.
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I am having a very big surgery coming up....."whole hip replacement" at thirty years old.
Yikes! Major surgery! When's the date? Here's a tip I learned: Just before a major surgery, go and get a full body massage (swedish/western). You will heal faster/better with it. The massage will flood all your tissues with blood, takes away any toxins, relaxes any knots or tension.

Of course check with your doc first. Even if it doesn't really help that much for the healing, the relaxation will help you emotionally for such a stressful event. Around here a 60 minute massage costs about $85. If you go to a massage school you can get a student for maybe $25.
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