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Old 08-14-2009, 03:50 PM   #11
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oh wow man how old is your daughter? I dont even let a adult around my tank alone..... and yea change to sand its a much better than crushed coral just keep some crushed coral in a mesh tied up in the tank for a few days to help with the bacteria...
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Old 08-14-2009, 04:28 PM   #12
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my daughters are two and 1...I know it wasnt them..this happened between 3 am and 7 am...she was the only one up...I know it was her...she didnt even have to admit to it...the look on my face said what I was feeling and she instantly began to defend herself..I didnt even say anything about her being careless around my tank...guilty conscience...I dont know how you could think that I would not smell the bleach aroma coming from my tank...i spend soooo much time on my tnak I can tell when one of my snails is hiding out for a while or if my Nassarius snails need to be fed....I pretty much study my tank every day...well iM off to my LFS.. he gonna give me a credit to pay off in instalments so I can get my tank back up... ill let ya know how it goes. be back later

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Old 08-14-2009, 04:43 PM   #13
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That's such a shame. I hope everything works out OK with the corals. I'm not an expert but if it were me I would replace anthing that's pourous, except maybe the LR. I would attempt to salvage them mainly because of the expense. I would be real nervous with any livestock in there for a while though.
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Old 08-14-2009, 04:46 PM   #14
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happened between 3 am and 7 am...she was the only one up...I know it was her...she didnt even have to admit to it...the look on my face said what I was feeling and she instantly began to defend herself..
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Next time I'm getting the silent treatment from my wife, I'll think of this thread and give her a kiss.

Sorry for your losses.. She really knew where to kick you
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I'll tell you one thing, she would not be around anymore if mine were to do it to me. That is the ultimate low - why would you want someone that would do such a thing around??
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Old 08-14-2009, 04:58 PM   #17
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I still am not understanding. Do you think it was deliberate or careless? If it was the latter, then some talking to is in order. If it was the former, then some re-evaluating is in order.
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Kinda reminds me of the movie "War of the Roses" where she cooked up his dog and fed it to him.
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That's harsh. I couldn't still be with anyone that would just kill animals. Anyone that can just dump bleach in a fish tank scares me a little.

I hope you sort out your fish and all is well again
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Dude that is horrible. I wouldn't put your corals back in your tank for a while. And i would guard the container there in just in case. I couldn't stand someone that would do that.

Hope it works out.
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