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Old 04-06-2011, 07:25 PM   #31
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That's awesome! I hope you get the job! what kind of fish are you planning on keeping (besides a betta :P )
Betta, green neons, and also really like Kerri tetras, cories of some sort, maybe rasborras, and probably something silver...something that just kinda sparkles to let the color of the Betta POP! Ya know still up for suggestions also like ottos, maybe some snails
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Oh trust me! I will...they would be smart to hire me! I know what I'm doin, I'm smart, and I'd give a lot of the money back to the company...LOL
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Old 04-06-2011, 07:30 PM   #33
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Oh trust me! I will...they would be smart to hire me! I know what I'm doin, I'm smart, and I'd give a lot of the money back to the company...LOL
You should have told them that at the interview
Gonna use real plants? :O I'm thinking of starting a planted community tank, but i'm scared I'll kill all the plants lol
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Oh ya, I want a lot of real plants!! That's why I'm goin with a T5
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I'm such a n00b haha I don't know what the T5 is lol
Can you tell I shouldn't be trying plants yet? haha
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I'm such a n00b haha I don't know what the T5 is lol
Can you tell I shouldn't be trying plants yet? haha
Lol...check it out! T5-HO is a high output lighting system, and when it's paired with a good bulbs (preferably 6700Kelvin and 10000Kelvin in my case) it provides deep penetrating light that helps the plants in photosynthesis and though there are other components to a good planted tank...the light seems to be most expensive...so I'm totally stoked! Let me know if you have another question though...I'll try and answer, but of course I am still learning too!
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I think I get it now thanks haha So is this going to be your first real tank? :O!
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I think I get it now thanks haha So is this going to be your first real tank? :O!
I've had tanks in the past, when I was young...but the first one in about 10 years...
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wow lol well good luck! At least your doing your research
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