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Old 06-27-2003, 12:22 AM   #11
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shame ... this is a shame .. I know I know anything for a buck ...
Poor Poor fishies .. You think we could do a counter ad
" If you are bored with your clowns send them to us ,Don't flush the clowns"
Not making light if this I am serious can we rescue them somehow??
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Very good Vanilla. Its nice to see parents not giving in the 'PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE" crys from little billy and judy.

Kids and fish do mix as long as its an educational process. I read the monthly column in Fish Aquarium Mag that is entitled Fish Kids and I find it amazing at the knowlege that some of these young people have.
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Not making light if this I am serious can we rescue them somehow??
Sure, if your in the local area you could pick them up or have them brought to you but if your not local the specific packaging needs might cause it to be less desirable to acutally give the fish a good home.

Its awful to think but most of america see fish as some lower form of life and if given the option of flushing vs spending $30 to ship a fish that they no longer want or can care for. What do you think would be the more popular method?
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