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Old 03-21-2009, 03:30 PM   #1
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Today is a crappy day.

1. I woke up hungover.
2. Found Bluebeard dead. Mom "rescued" him from Petco where he had severe finrot. He lived for over a year in a vase on her desk at work. When she lost her job, I made room in my tanks for him to live in a large swimming, heated, clean enviroment. He's been with me for quite a few months but he's just never seen that active. He's always been laying in the gravel, he'd eat well but was just never that active. I hate to say it but I never expected im to live as long as he did.
3. I recieved my package in the mail of some stuff I bought from a board member. I broke the nano CO2 diffuser trying to put it in.
4. I then broke the ceramic diffuser trying to put it back in after breaking the new glass one.
What else is going to go wrong?
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