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Old 09-17-2011, 01:44 AM   #131
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its cool watching him swim from in front of the background to in front of a rock... you can see him just fine but then pop black on white. ill feel better after he makes it through to the morning.
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its cool watching him swim from in front of the background to in front of a rock... you can see him just fine but then pop black on white. ill feel better after he makes it through to the morning.
So how is he doing? It is always a good sign when they are alive the next morning LOL.
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still alive and kicking. it is nice to see. still shy, and still kind of twitchy, he was twitchy in the store too. i wonder if thats a bad thing.
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still alive and kicking. it is nice to see. still shy, and still kind of twitchy, he was twitchy in the store too. i wonder if thats a bad thing.
Just stress... He'll calm down...
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I wanna name him stevie. Jesse won't let me.
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I wanna name him stevie. Jesse won't let me.
Stevie?!? How about cash, Johnny, or Clint?
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see that's why I don't name all of my fish. lol too many choices and not enough accord on them hehe
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Well I thought Stevie since it's a nox. Stevie Nox. Get it??
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Well I thought Stevie since it's a nox. Stevie Nox. Get it??
Ehhh.... Johnny nox is way better!!! Lol...
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just got back from petco. with another 40b and a stand this time. got it for our rams since we sold their 55g. i think they will be happier in it than the 55. got a rain check on another one just in case something came up(flame angel).

im watching this fish and i dont think its twitchy so much as it makes big, quick, sharp balance adjustments. this one is definitely fun to watch!
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