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Old 08-29-2011, 09:34 PM   #191
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Hey, where does everyone buy there fish when they get them online?

If you do order online, do you usually take the day off from work to make sure you are home for the delivery?

Also, do Skunk Cleaner shrimp and Blood Fire shrimp get along? I love these guys.

i too would like to know how everyone orders fish online and if they schedule time off to receive it.
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Old 08-29-2011, 09:37 PM   #192
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I happen to be lucky (or unlucky ) in that I'm home most days so I am always available and if not I order it around my schedule. Most places won't honor their guarantees if someone is not there to sign for it. some have it where you can pick it up at the ups/fedex distribution centers first thing in the am.
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Old 08-29-2011, 09:39 PM   #193
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My girl is home most days, so online ordering is easy.
For fish, check out
Www.liveaquaria.com

For supplies
Www.aquacave.com
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Old 08-30-2011, 01:16 PM   #194
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I always check live aquaria for information concerning a specific fish, just didn't know if anyone knew of any other sites worth checking out that they have ordered from before.
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Old 09-01-2011, 04:59 PM   #195
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I regret to inform everyone that this build is going to be placed on serious hold...my GF just blew the timing belt on her jetta which bent the valves, and blew the head gasket...looking at a 2400 dollar job...so I have to help her out....uggggh....such great skimmers, lights, powerheads, rock, sand, and livestock all under the hood of a car now....i'm so crying on the inside right now....i will be back as soon as i can to continue this.....
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Old 09-01-2011, 05:01 PM   #196
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Ouch!thats a pain, good luck
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Old 09-01-2011, 05:08 PM   #197
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I regret to inform everyone that this build is going to be placed on serious hold...my GF just blew the timing belt on her jetta which bent the valves, and blew the head gasket...looking at a 2400 dollar job...so I have to help her out....uggggh....such great skimmers, lights, powerheads, rock, sand, and livestock all under the hood of a car now....i'm so crying on the inside right now....i will be back as soon as i can to continue this.....
I feel your pain. I know I will still be subscribed to this thread. 2400 man. I say this only because I get paid to do that kind of work. It definitely saves to do it yourself. Just an offer. And maybe an worthless offer but if you where close to zip 65802 i would help fix it. U buy the parts my labor is free.
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Old 09-01-2011, 05:19 PM   #198
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I know i saves alot, i can do alot with a car, but when it comes to the internals of the engine it's like speak spanish I just don't get it. I really appreciate that offer, and man I would be there with the parts a few 30 packs to learn about fish and cars but i'm all the way in CT. My cousin owns a garage and is giving me the quote so i know i'm not getting screwed cause I know alot goes into it.
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Bummer. It's not often I get to help out. I had to offer though
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Old 09-01-2011, 05:24 PM   #200
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It's awesome to know there are still a few good people left out there....but mark my words...this build will happen...Hopefully I won't have to help out too much, but she can't be without a car. So we shall see.
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