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Old 08-10-2012, 08:48 PM   #191
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Haha thanks bro. Again man you guys have a really sweet tank! Showed the wife the video she actually said she wants one!! She loves the white and better yet loves the fish!!

Hmmm.... Maybe just maybe I can get one!!
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Old 08-11-2012, 03:37 AM   #192
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Ok!! I made another, but this one had some great great great footage!! Thanks for the help guys. Published it straight from my phone!
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Old 08-11-2012, 07:57 AM   #193
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Ya man i dont think you need it... If you really want too i think they might like some every once in a while in small portions.... But i dont know if its worth the 5 dollars because they might not eat it at all! Lol
Nori is just seaweed. Save yourself money and buy it from the publix or wal Mart sushi section. 10 full sheets (paper size) costs 2$
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Nori is just seaweed. Save yourself money and buy it from the publix or wal Mart sushi section. 10 full sheets (paper size) costs 2$
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They also have it at organic food stores but it's lovable just as expensive as the lfs lol
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:59 PM   #195
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Haha thanks bro. Again man you guys have a really sweet tank! Showed the wife the video she actually said she wants one!! She loves the white and better yet loves the fish!!

Hmmm.... Maybe just maybe I can get one!!
Dude! Do it hahah. I'll make a RSM review vid just for her too see if you want bro. It could really help if he sees how clean it is..inside and out

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Nice vid! I think it's awesome you named the goby after the Kobayashi Maru!
Hehe i didnt even know his full name..you're a real fan eh? Hahah


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Nori is just seaweed. Save yourself money and buy it from the publix or wal Mart sushi section. 10 full sheets (paper size) costs 2$
Yup. I got it from the lfs though. I hate going into Walmart...
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Hehe i didnt even know his full name..you're a real fan eh? Hahah

The Kobayashi Maru is a virtual ship from star trek used to test future captains.
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What kind of wrasse do you think you'll get?
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Old 08-11-2012, 04:31 PM   #198
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Lol woah. You know your stuff!

Moving on though..

I want a Melanarus. I think they are really pretty and get to a decent size. I REALLY want a Leopard Wrasse, or maybe even a pair...buttt i hear they are diggers and really stirr up the sandbed.
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Either one of those would look awesome in your tank with your current stock.
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