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Old 02-03-2005, 11:06 AM   #11
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Adding more sand won't solve the problem. The shrimp will just move it again. Having a lower amount of sand in one area is not going to hurt anything either. Personally I would leave it be. There's no way of controlling something like that.

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Wish there was some other way to thank you for your help. Kudos just don't seem to do it enuf.

Sounds like I got a firm plan to proceed with!

Maybe I'll drum up some support from the admins to keep you on a retainer? Yeah, I know, it won't happen, but I'm sure there are others that feel the same way. Hey, if you got a favorite charity, PM me w/the address. I can do small stuff, and I'm very serious 'bout 'dat.

Thanks again.


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Old 02-03-2005, 09:07 PM   #13
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No worries. As long as it helps we're all good.

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