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Old 02-26-2014, 08:24 AM   #11
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Maybe hahah he seems like a shy guy and they would have wanted him to talk himself up for the show
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:31 AM   #12
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Maybe hahah he seems like a shy guy and they would have wanted him to talk himself up for the show

Thats true. I overlooked the fact it was for a show. How cool to have a tank that you could dive in!! Id love tht
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Wow! His costs are astronomical... Building and maintaining. Wonder if he built a generator for power failures? Wish they showed more of the fish in the tank. Very cool! Thanks for posting!
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It's cool how they showed the filtration and ro unit normally you don't see anything did you hear his power bill each month! 1200
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I'd love to have a tank like that but I'd hate to have that tank crash.
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Great video. I'd seen the tank before, but it was nice to be able to learn a bit about the filtration and costs. He seems like a very smart, interesting guy, and I'm jealous of his machining/manufacturing abilities. I do think he should fire whoever gave him that "Frankenstein got caught in a rainstorm" haircut though...
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