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Old 04-12-2005, 12:55 AM   #1
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New pic of 55 gallon tank. Already has two diseases.. ;-/

As you can see, on the top of the tank, there's the Common Cold Virus on the Right, and Mono Kissing Disease on the Left.



Here's a shot from fruther back... Filled out the living room quite nicely.

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Old 04-12-2005, 01:07 AM   #2
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What all do you have hanging on the back of that thing? I see a powerhead and a filter of some type. What else is on there?
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3 Powerheads
2 Heaters
1 HOB Skimmer
1 HOB Powerfilter
3 Lights
4 LED Moonlights (2 blue, 2 green)

That's about it.

Soon as i get the overflow / sump stuff figured out, 99% of that will be hidden.
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In lue of a television, I have a fish tank. I bet it is distracting to try and watch televison when there is a fish tank right next to it.
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Not sure yet... Depends on how spastic the puffer is being.

As the tank matures and gets more added to it, I am sure it will be in direct compitetion with the TV.. But for now, the Widescreen HDTV wins out.
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Hehe.

I am just not a big fan of the whole TV thing. Never have been. I can handle about 10 minutes of TV a month, anymore than that and I want to scream!

Now I can sit in front of my fish tank for hours on end. It is so peaceful... reminds me of living in Europe. I miss walking to the supermarket every day to pick up the foods I would prepare for dinner. I also tragically miss my daily naps.

And FYI, mono is not just gotten from kissing. I got it when I was about 14 from the resturant I worked in. I was sick for over a year with it. 11 years later, I still have relapes where I will get really groggy during the time of year when I caught it. Evidentally it never actually gets out of your system.
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