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Old 04-15-2011, 11:38 AM   #11
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I saw my account at my lfs. I refuse to own up to how much i've spent.
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Old 04-15-2011, 11:40 AM   #12
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Actually, I haven't spent a dime. My mom has spent, God I don't want to know. Muahaha.
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Old 04-15-2011, 12:35 PM   #13
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My 10gallon was 30$. Gravel for that came to like 20$. I needed a new pump for that which was 15$. So 65 plus fish for my one tank. The. I spent 125 on a 29g starter pack without a heater... Stupid heater was 16$. Gravel and plants were 35$. So 176 plus 65 is.... 241$ plus fish so quick tally. 40-50 on fish
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Old 04-15-2011, 12:55 PM   #15
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i know right it blew me away i had no idea i mean i build my own stands but still i almost fell off my chair when i got my total lol
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My tank was almost $300 with just rock and the tank, and I know I spent another $150 shortly after for misc dry goods. Not all was for the tank though.

This was no livestock included, or how much I've spent on premixed SW.

Now that I think about that it's probably over $500.. dang
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that alright it just roughly iam not into sw but you have to buy premixed sw? if you lived close to the ocean could you use that water?
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that alright it just roughly iam not into sw but you have to buy premixed sw? if you lived close to the ocean could you use that water?
Nope. There would be too many pollutants. And you don't know what else could be in there, disease, etc.
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wow i would never ever pay for water i guess iam not doing sw
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You can mix your own sw. I think it's too hard for me right now, so I'm still fresh.
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