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Old 07-19-2005, 07:22 PM   #11
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Hmmm, lets see hates tanks, now is wanting to get additional tanks??? If we take out the possible bump on the head leads me to two ideas. Has he broken or thrown away something he wasn't supposed to, your mother's antique china, relatives ashes, etc... or any good deals on trucks, motorcycles in the area. The other possibility would be you lucked out like my wife and got a great husband. lol

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LOL. Hmm hadnt explored the guilt front yet!!! I don't know what happened to him. We were visiting my mom around 10 pm and my brother hadnt installed some sod that was getting ready to die, so my husband said hed do it!! So he and my younger brother were out until 2 am laying sod!! Twilight zone is passing throgh bay area, be aware!!! LOL. Or he really did something bad I havent found out about yet!!!

Well we bought a 48 bow and a 75 mag flow bow today!!!! YIPPPEEE!!! If it wasnt like 105 degrees today, it would have been a perfect day!!! I think we got a pretty good deal on both. We got a whole 100 dollar store credit for buying 2 tanks, but hey better than nothing! For the 48 it was $471 for oceanic stand, canopy, tank, and glass top. For the 75 it was $719 for mag flow tank, oceanic stand, canopy and glass top. So thats a pretty good deal, right??? Please say yes Both tanks were marked down about $200-300 from original price.
The 75 they ordered a new one from the factory for us because the floor model was scratched, and will be here next wednesday.
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I used to have a similar situation with my girlfriend until she was thumbing through one of my fish magazines and noticed the chilids and was hooked! Now she's the one talking about new aquascaping ideas and different plants we can add. After we move next month, she wants to upgrade to a 120 gal! I'm excited.....

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