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Old 08-12-2005, 09:02 AM   #1
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I think i've caught MTS

as the title says, much to my partners dismay.
just bought a 66 gallon with inbuilt trickle filter and 280 gallon pump $100
just need a stand now..Might be oscars new home i think, coz they're starting to nest and get frisky.

So now thats a 120gal, 66gal, and a 15gal.
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I know how ya feel. I started with my 29gal, recently aquired a 12gal Cube ... AND now a girl I work with has a 125gal that she wants to trade me for a Curio Cabinet that I have!!!!!!!!!!!! WooT, I told my wife I'm suffering from MTS disease and she said "huh, MTS ... do you want me to make an appointment at the doctors for you?" HAHAHA ... maybe the psychiatrist!!
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lol still room for plenty more too.

Next is a heated south american pond
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Unfortunately...there is no known cure for MTS. It can only be slowly treated with the addition of new tanks.

Don't waste any money on searching the medical profession...use the money for tanks
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Unfortunately...there is no known cure for MTS. It can only be slowly treated with the addition of new tanks.
hahahaha thats the best one i've heard all day.. my fiance is freaking out now.
soon i'll have more tanks then the sad little fish shop around the corner.
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The first step to recovery is admitting your an ADDICT right?
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The first step to recovery is admitting your an ADDICT right?
You cannot recover from MTS...you can only treat it with ATO's (Additional Tank Obtaining). Admitting it only serves as a warning to everyone that their tanks are in jeopardy.
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