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Old 10-01-2014, 04:10 PM   #41
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Lol !!!! I know what you mean. Besides the one above mentioned device, I won't elaborate on the alarm system. But trust me, it's there. Oh, did I mention, "Smile, you're picture has just been taken". Attachment 251501

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Old 10-01-2014, 04:16 PM   #42
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So what you're saying is I need to gather ALL of my sketchy bridgeport aquaintences?
Sorry, being from Trumbull I'm obliged to mock Bridgeport at every opportunity
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You should take the tanks and make a few bridges between them and put like a million fish in (ok maybe not a million but a lot)


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Old 10-01-2014, 06:47 PM   #46
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So what you're saying is I need to gather ALL of my sketchy bridgeport aquaintences?
Sorry, being from Trumbull I'm obliged to mock Bridgeport at every opportunity

It's all good !!! My favorite aunt lives up there in Trumbull.


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Well, Trumbull starts the part of Connecticut that becomes "the rich suburbs of New York" like Fairfield, Westport and Greenwich. Bridgeport is right on the border of Trumbull and is a pretty nasty city, with the highest homicide rate in CT and a lot of abandoned buildings. There are some decent parts of it, but most of it is pretty awful. So it tends to be mocked by people from the nicer part of the state. In theory it's actually kinda awful, but I only do it in friendly jest; my best friend is from Bridgeport, along with several other good friends.

Actually, I would take Bridgeport over most of the rich jerks that live in the "nice" part of the state.
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In regards to the tanks ? I bought 2 of the 10's and the 33. The rest of them, I was just in the right place at the right time and got them for free. One 10 was in a business going thru spring cleaning, the 40 (in build progress and the other things in that build) came from someone moving as well as the 70bf. The 265 was from a friend that got tired of it. 75 was a gift. Or was that the other 40 ? I lose count of how the oldest have come about. Some from Craigslist and others just in the side of the road.

It's the goal after my girl and I buy our own place to set up a couple large DT's and build a fish room. The 265 will either be a Discus or SW. Not sure yet. Either way, we'll need another that size for the opposite of what the 265 becomes.


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Well, Trumbull starts the part of Connecticut that becomes "the rich suburbs of New York" like Fairfield, Westport and Greenwich. Bridgeport is right on the border of Trumbull and is a pretty nasty city, with the highest homicide rate in CT and a lot of abandoned buildings. There are some decent parts of it, but most of it is pretty awful. So it tends to be mocked by people from the nicer part of the state. In theory it's actually kinda awful, but I only do it in friendly jest; my best friend is from Bridgeport, along with several other good friends.

Actually, I would take Bridgeport over most of the rich jerks that live in the "nice" part of the state.
I know exactly what you mean, I lived in Colchester for about 6 months before I couldn't take it anymore and moved back to Maine...

I had another 20g tank idea- dwarf frogs, blind cave tetra and a pair of cockatoo's.

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HAHAHAHAHAHA I want you all to know this is very amusing to read.
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