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Old 04-09-2004, 10:29 PM   #1
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is Always wanting bigger, better or worse

i have a 15 gallon cycling and am alreadly planning a 46 or 80 gallon bow front aqaurium. is this normal?????
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Old 04-09-2004, 11:03 PM   #3
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I am one of the two site administrators of this site, if that is what you mean. That means myself and fishfreek are the bosses
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It think it is human nature..Bigger better faster.
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Yes bigger, gives you more option. I waited a looooong time to get my 210. Was worth the wait.
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Haha,

Yes,yes that is perfectly normal.

Haven't even finished my first SW 30 gal, and I was already looking at a 135 today, and was adding everything up in my head. Scary.
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Yeah, bigger is better. Faster isn't always. Like, I want to be bigger like, say ReefRunner, but I can't do that faster.

I've caught the bug, my wallet is doing its best to cure me, though. Oh well, someday!
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Right now I live in a small apartment and only have a 20 gallon reef tank and a 15 gallon FW tank. If it wasn't for the small apartment and the fact that we want to move soon, I'd have 3 times as many tanks and they'd be 4 times the size 8O
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