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Old 12-16-2011, 10:35 PM   #611
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I would still cycle it save a mini cycle when you add fish and will help to establish the tank some
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:38 AM   #612
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Glad to see you're still plugging along with all those tanks of yours
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:26 AM   #613
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Is it Tuesday yet?

When Tuesday does come, do you plan on filling the tank with water and equipment too, or are you just moving it into place?
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:29 AM   #614
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I still have to have my b/f drill the top of the stand but if all goes well I can have the tank setup and ready for water. I can't move any live rock until the water is in so I need to get the sand in first.

It's possible it will be setup by christmas. At least thats my goal. lol
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:31 AM   #615
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I still have to have my b/f drill the top of the stand but if all goes well I can have the tank setup and ready for water. I can't move any live rock until the water is in so I need to get the sand in first.

It's possible it will be setup by christmas. At least thats my goal. lol
That would be awesome. I bet you're happy that you are this close to having it setup.
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:36 AM   #616
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You have no idea! hehe...I can finally stop hanging out in the garage and staring at it. lol

I hope I get it done that quick, lots going on here. I'm getting an ipod today so I hope to download the aquaplanner app and work with that. i want to get all my tanks into it and organized. Then I get the controller next weekend. You have no idea how stoked I am for that!

My fish aspirations are all coming true! I hope to start the 60g in february or so, gotta get the 90g all situated by then
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You have no idea! hehe...I can finally stop hanging out in the garage and staring at it. lol

I hope I get it done that quick, lots going on here. I'm getting an ipod today so I hope to download the aquaplanner app and work with that. i want to get all my tanks into it and organized. Then I get the controller next weekend. You have no idea how stoked I am for that!

My fish aspirations are all coming true! I hope to start the 60g in february or so, gotta get the 90g all situated by then
So awesome! I can't wait for the 60g too!
Congrats on your iPod, I love my iPhone. Basically whenever I am on it I am on AA. Now you can get the AA app too!
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:47 AM   #618
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I much prefer the pc interface for this site.

I've never had an apple product before so this touch ipod will be my first. I primarily wanted it for the aquaplanner app and to see if I like it for when my phone contract is up. I may go to the iphone. i currently have a droid x but the apple stuff is kinda neat, much better selection of apps. And i spent hours yesterday copying all my cd's to my itunes account so I;ll be all set.

I'm so lame sometimes LOL
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I much prefer the pc interface for this site.

I've never had an apple product before so this touch ipod will be my first. I primarily wanted it for the aquaplanner app and to see if I like it for when my phone contract is up. I may go to the iphone. i currently have a droid x but the apple stuff is kinda neat, much better selection of apps. And i spent hours yesterday copying all my cd's to my itunes account so I;ll be all set.

I'm so lame sometimes LOL
I would have to say that I like the computer interface too. You will love your iPod! Of course you are getting a biased opinion because I love apple stuff! If you have any questions, let me know, I am an apple geek. lol
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I know this is off topic mods, just one question! LOL

How many songs can you fit on an 8gb ipod? I started with the cheapest model before I go crazy with it to just feel it out.
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