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Old 10-26-2011, 11:45 PM   #121
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Felt like I have neglected you guys. Not much going on but moved some coral around today til I can get more time to fix the rocks. I had to use goggles to be able to see the bottom of the tank. I either need longer arms or one of those little grabbers on a stick that old people use. Anyone know where I can find them???
Looks great! Nice job!
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Looks great! Nice job!
Thank you! It's a work in progress. Spotted a 55lb rock that I want to get to fill in the middle. But the 250$ price tag is making me cautious. Lol
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Thank you! It's a work in progress. Spotted a 55lb rock that I want to get to fill in the middle. But the 250$ price tag is making me cautious. Lol
Yep, rock can be expensive, . I am not looking forward to spending $100's when I upgrade. I am still looking for a 180g, I have been looking for a while now.
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Yep, rock can be expensive, . I am not looking forward to spending $100's when I upgrade. I am still looking for a 180g, I have been looking for a while now.
Craigslist is a beautiful thing. I have the app on my iPhone and it sends me alerts to my searches as soon as they are posted. I found out about my 220 ten minutes after it was posted. The guy told me he had 15 emails after me so I was app happy to hear that I was the first!
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Old 10-26-2011, 11:54 PM   #125
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tell me about it.

hahaha "no english" imma have to tell that to my boss the next time he asks me to do something stupid.
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tell me about it.

hahaha "no english" imma have to tell that to my boss the next time he asks me to do something stupid.
Lol. Tell me how that goes! Every time my boss calls me I answer the phone saying "I didn't do it". I've even tried the calling in sick before with anal glaucoma ( cant see my happy a$$ coming in to work today lol) but it didn't work. It's a good thing my boss likes my sense of humor or I would have been fired a loooong time ago
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Lol. I'm a woman. Like a hurricane I am a force of nature that's unstoppable. Lmao. Jk. Yes. I am using LEDs. I love them. Why?

just curious. i'm planning on trying a DIY LED build from rapid LED on my next build
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just curious. i'm planning on trying a DIY LED build from rapid LED on my next build
Cool. I love the LEDs- from the looks to the better care for my tank. I have seen some cool DIY LEDs on the web. Can't wait to see how yours turn out!
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how cost effective are the diy kits? how do they compare to store boughts?
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