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Old 09-28-2004, 08:43 PM   #31
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Yah, and I can say "Hey, the sky is green- thats a fact and you guys are lame for thinking its not- LOSERS.. you guys are LOSERS LOSERS LOSERS" you can't justify being an :butt: with "thats my opinion". That is what you call passive aggressive.

Personally, I think you post half the things you post to get people worked up, its a game of control and it's stupid.
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Old 09-28-2004, 09:18 PM   #32
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Personally, I think you post half the things you post to get people worked up, its a game of control and it's stupid.
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Old 09-28-2004, 09:22 PM   #33
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Do not have any comments for our friend $imple...Just waiting to be blown away by the pics of his awesome tank...where are they?
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Thats what I was wondering.

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As my sister says this is a nonversation CASE CLOSED!!!!
Im getting really tired of these theological shouting matches on-line, you can't compare FW tanks, to SW.
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You remember a few years back when Wendy's had the slogan "where's the beef?" Well where's the pictures.
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Hey Seafan reading some of your other post, I am beginning to think you are this sites Administrator. If you dont like it dont read. 8O
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Sorry, but I can't resist posting here. Although I totally disagree with $imple, I do understand his opinion. After all, who hasn't been blown away by the beauty of salt water fish.

As far as FW being lame.........well, how many SW aquarists started with SW tanks? I would think most gained their experience from keeping FW fish and then made a switch. I have had a few SW tanks in my life and then went back to FW. The reason being, I wanted a challenge. There are things I hadn't accomplished as an aquarist and I thought I would find this venture rewarding and satisfying.

So $imple, here are a few pics of my lame FW tanks and fish. I invite you to try this, you just might change your opinion.
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8O

..and again, 8O

Saltwater tanks are stunning, colorful, and really catch your eye, it's true, but freshwater tanks can be relaxing, calming, and nice to look at after a hard day at work. Watching FW Angelfish drift around can take a *lot* off your mind.

Does every car have to be a racecar? Can't you just go for a calming Sunday drive every now and then?

Ok, so let's say you don't care about that. You just want interesting things that can hold your apparently short attention span. There are plenty of freshwater and brackish fish that can catch your eye.. my Dwarf Puffer is only an inch, and she amuses everyone with her antics. There are freshwater Eels, and Stingrays too. Danios can play tag in your tank, while Goldfish can make you smile when they beg for food - even though you just fed them two minutes ago.

I don't think there's any way I could choose between my freshwater and saltwater tanks, and while I can see someone having a passion for one or the other, I find it hard to believe that anyone who truly loves one can hate the other.
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