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Old 04-23-2011, 02:47 PM   #601
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Because my parents wouldn't let me... If my mom doesn't like me having a regular aquarium, saltwater will drive her nuts with the price and amount of work.
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:49 PM   #602
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what a shame the only expensive thing id say is lights and livestock depending on what you chose
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depends wht you decide to get br from reefcleaners is pretty good priced
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Because my parents wouldn't let me... If my mom doesn't like me having a regular aquarium, saltwater will drive her nuts with the price and amount of work.

I always tell my parents "at least I'm addicted to fish and not drugs/alcohol" haha they can't argue with that one. Keeping a saltwater tank is actually very educational as well, I think i learn more from researching fish stuff than at school! I guess I enjoy the fish research a lot more though.
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I always tell my parents "at least I'm addicted to fish and not drugs/alcohol" haha they can't argue with that one. Keeping a saltwater tank is actually very educational as well, I think i learn more from researching fish stuff than at school! I guess I enjoy the fish research a lot more though.
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Old 04-23-2011, 04:14 PM   #607
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I'm trying to figure out general price for start up. I started a thread.

But we are hijacking carey's thread. Sorry Carey. Back on topic!
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I always tell my parents "at least I'm addicted to fish and not drugs/alcohol" haha they can't argue with that one. Keeping a saltwater tank is actually very educational as well, I think i learn more from researching fish stuff than at school! I guess I enjoy the fish research a lot more though.
Same with me! And I tried explaining how much I learn from this hobby but I don't think they understand :/
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Hey guys I made a video of my 55g and one of my clowns hosting the coral. it's excellent. My b&w's are now hosting it too so all four were in it before. So awesome. How do I link a video from youtube?
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I don't know but I can't wait to watch!
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