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Old 02-03-2013, 11:34 AM   #111
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Wow, this story breaks my heart...regardless of what others might say, being a parent of two healthy boys, I can't even imagine what you are going through. If having Nemos was my sons wish in this situation, I'd buy new ones every day if that kept him happy. There are certain times when the usual rules don't apply.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:52 AM   #112
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Wow, this story breaks my heart...regardless of what others might say, being a parent of two healthy boys, I can't even imagine what you are going through. If having Nemos was my sons wish in this situation, I'd buy new ones every day if that kept him happy. There are certain times when the usual rules don't apply.
Thank you. I just got off the phone with chip and the rock they are going to try and set up a time this week I can bring my son down to chip and he can meet the rock and if medically cleared he can go have lunch and go get his clowns with the rock but if he don't get the clear the rock will bring it to him. This is a great program I just wish I didn't have the situation he's my mamas boy.
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:20 AM   #113
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How did the meet go? Did he get to pick his clowns or did The Rock bring them? Wish I could say something that would make it all better but I cannot. Enjoy your time you have and I hope the doctors are wrong.
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:41 PM   #114
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As a father of 2 children I can only imagine what you are going though. I hope he enjoys his clowns as long as he can. And I hope the doctors are wrong.
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We didn't have it yet his fever has not broken 104 his organs are gunna start shutting down. The meeting is going to happen at chip his next apt which is tmw. We had a issue last night thou he's been really sleepy. I got woken at 2am to glass shattering. He took my daughters metal bat to the tank. He said he can't make fish suffer. My older son got on my tablet and was reading him the one thread and some people disagreeded with doing fish in cycle and my son took it as its going to make them suffer like he is.
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Sorry to hear that sounds like a pretty rough time. Try and stay positive for him.
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:27 PM   #117
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That stinks. The fish will be fine. It's too bad that people make things sound worse than what they really are. Especially in a case like this. If people want to bash me for saying that, please do so through Messaging, not here.

Hang in there. I bet you've got lots of people rooting for him!
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:43 AM   #118
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Is it possible my lights are to strong? About 2 hr's after lights on the sand turns brown the lr gets all brown. Turn off the light and the brown goes away.
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Sounds more like a cyano/ algae problem. What's your params and are you running rodi water?
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Ammo o trites 0 testes 10. I use sea water from petco and for top offs distilled water. If it was my water wouldn't it be brown all the time? Its only after lights have been on for a lil. Wen lights out it clears up.
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