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Old 04-23-2011, 06:17 PM   #641
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i wish my friends were into this besides you guys i have no one to talk to about it
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:17 PM   #642
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When you get excited that your water tests show signs of nitrates during a cycle...you know your geeking...lol
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:18 PM   #643
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When you get excited that your water tests show signs of nitrates during a cycle...you know your geeking...lol
no when your excited over ammo rock and a kit your a fish geek
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:21 PM   #644
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i wish my friends were into this besides you guys i have no one to talk to about it
I know what yah mean, I'm lucky my brother enjoys the hobby, not quite as geeky as me though haha. My boyfriend hates it, and my friends think it's kinda cool but would rather spend their time and money elsewhere. The two guys that work at my lfs are pretty great too though, very friendly and i even get a lot of my frags from the one for free.
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Haha...I concede...now that this thread is off topic sorry moderators
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:24 PM   #646
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Well to bring it back on topic, I think I am gonna rescape the rocks again in the cube. lol Theres too much space in the center that is hidden. Plus I wanna make room for coral frags.
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check out you know your a fish geek thread i just made it in the lounge
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Well to bring it back on topic, I think I am gonna rescape the rocks again in the cube. lol Theres too much space in the center that is hidden. Plus I wanna make room for coral frags.
rescape! you kno the drill before and after pics
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I wish I knew how to make a nice scape I'm not happy with how mine is but its the best I could do lol
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Whenever i start mine up I will have to learn how to scape also, im not the best artist.
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