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Old 07-10-2007, 09:21 PM   #1
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Finally!!!!

Here's a picture of my aquarium, still need plants wich Ill get a little later but for now I like it. Not the best picture, came out a little blurry.

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Old 07-10-2007, 11:32 PM   #2
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Looks good. Is that date the correct date?
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Looks good. Is that date the correct date?
Upon closer inspection it appears to be that he has a bad flux capacitor.
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I've heard of some tanks taking along time to cycle, but this is ridiculous...
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LoL, no its not correct. I never updated my camera's date.
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I like it! You are gonna need some really ..... bright fish to compete with the decor. lol

Actually blacks & whites might look cool.
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I have to agree... not much will stand out in that tank! (it is.. well very bright) but... i guess black and white would probably look pretty good in there.

(sorry... i really didnt have much to say)
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