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Old 11-07-2011, 07:08 PM   #11
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really????? thats a ton. is feeding a pain?
Literally a ton+
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no such thing as too many! I would love to have a house full of aquariums!
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If there is still room in the house to live, then obviously there is room for more tanks, you can never have too many!
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no such thing as too many! I would love to have a house full of aquariums!
Wouldn't we all lol
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:07 PM   #15
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really????? thats a ton. is feeding a pain?
takes about 1/2 hour to feed all the fish. I make my own food for them.
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how do you make fish food????????
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takes about 1/2 hour to feed all the fish. I make my own food for them.
That might really save me some $$$. You should share your recipe..
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1-2 months ago, I wanted 15+ tanks (each 30+ gallons).

Then I talked to regular down-to-earth people and coworkers about my hobby. Now I just want to own about 5 tanks. There's more I want to do in life other than taking care of all of these fish tanks.
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Old 11-07-2011, 10:50 PM   #19
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currently have 180 tanks and just purchased 75 more 30 gallon tanks. It's safe to say I AM ADDICTED!
I was shocked when I read this, that is 255 tanks! I'd love to see pics! I'm def checking out your profile!

You must have a water changing schedule! So many tanks a day? How long do you spend cleaning tanks per day, assuming you don't clean them all in the same day.

Sorry for the questions, just very interesting!
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currently have 180 tanks and just purchased 75 more 30 gallon tanks. It's safe to say I AM ADDICTED!
Umm...Okay. I think obsessive would be the better description here. Unless you're making a living from breeding, me thinks that's a bit over the edge.....


Myself, I'm just getting back into it after a ~20 year hiatus, so just at a single 29gal community tank right now while I re-learn all my mistakes & learn all the new technology. Getting ready to set up a controlled/pressurized CO2 system to dive into plants for my first time. Me & the wife are already discussing how to move furniture around to maximize space in the living room for two 75's, the 29, and a 28 nano reef. It's nice when the spouse gets into it as well...
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