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Old 06-30-2004, 07:29 AM   #1
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Salt-Water tank keeping you up at night?



I notice a lot of salties posting in the wee hours. I work third shift, and check the forum a few times through the night, and about 90% are salt-water posts!

I had no idea salt-water was so stressful!
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I have chatted with people from australia, holand, philipens, you name it. and most of them are on differant scheduals. like as i post this i am just waking up wishing i was somebody in australia who is just going to bed. lol
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its not

Its so much fun we stay up late at night so we can shine flashlights into our tanks and see the life that comes out after dark.
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we stay up late at night so we can shine flashlights into our tanks and see the life that comes out after dark.
I actually do this.

The only tank that keeps me up at night is the one sitting on my front deck waiting for the stand , which I'm supposed to get Friday.
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life is stressful, it takes us all night to unwind in front of our tanks
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My SW tank is so fun, I can't seem to get any sleep!!!
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life is stressful, it takes us all night to unwind in front of our tanks
I couldn't have said it any better!!
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It's amazing how time flies when you're watching a piece of rock.
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Sometimes i get yelled at by my girlfriend when i get out the flashlight to look in the tank after the lights have been off for a while. She just doesn't understand. I don't know what i would do if i didn't have my little piece of the ocean.
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