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Old 08-29-2004, 06:59 PM   #21
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today i saved another couple and about 10 fish on thier way home with a 55 starter kit and certain death,, gave em my cell# and this web site, my day is complete
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I spend way too much time(and money) in our lfs, almost daily in fact, because I work there :P Well for the next couple weeks anyway, I'm transfering to our warehouse where I'll be netting, bagging, and shipping fish
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Old 08-30-2004, 08:37 AM   #23
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Hard for me to believe but I haven't been to an lfs in months. Being a member of the GCAS, I get all my non discus fish, and plants at their meetings at ridiculous prices.

Just another reason for all of you to think about joining a local aquarium club.
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I used to go in at least twice a week - always something I needed, or fish I wanted (at least to look at them).

Now, I've only been going in once in awhile - I'm looking for a couple specific fish but stock doesn't change very often around here. As soon as I get more familiar with the LFSs in my new neighbourhood, I'll be a regular fixture!
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I go to my LFS every day and spend at least 10 hours there, it is very rare for me to go to any other store. I do have a couple of friends that own stores so some times i go there.
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I want to ask my LFS how many triggerfish I need to buy for a BBQ for 10. LOL that should be interesting. I'll update you guys on what happens.

(I'm seriously going to ask them)
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I go to my LFS every so often to get food and filter media. I spend time looking at there show tanks and all the salt/fresh water fish.
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I just like going to LFS for the sake of looking at what's available, comparing prices, and just looking at stuff!

I love it. I'm addicted. ...Now all I need is a faster pair of chevro-legs to get me there!
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I was shipping some fish today and since I was nervous about this particular shipment I took it to my favorite LFS, and they very cheerfully helped me bag each batch and they injected O2 into each bag for me - that put my mind at ease a little. They did not charge me a cent for it, so I bought some worms and stuff to ease my guilt, LOL.

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