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Old 08-10-2011, 02:29 AM   #41
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I wish outer space was a ton of water, and fish were as big as planets. Then we could see them swim by. But if it were a big enough fish, the earth might get eaten. Lol.
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i wouldnt mind a solid wall or floor thats an aquarium with a full aquatic marine life, fully self sustaining
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a red tailed catfish tank...
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Old 08-12-2011, 07:04 PM   #44
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Seeing as how I work at a bar and like to get hammered and talk about my fish... I feel like this tank might fit my needs.

As well as a 5,000 gal SA cichlid tank so I could swim with them.
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Seeing as how I work at a bar and like to get hammered and talk about my fish... I feel like this tank might fit my needs.

As well as a 5,000 gal SA cichlid tank so I could swim with them.
Lol, you gotta love intoxicated people talking about nerdy hobbies! I have told people waaaayyy too much info about birding and aquariums while I was out on the town.
That is an amazing tank set-up! I definitely wish I had that in my house!
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