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Old 11-06-2004, 12:31 AM   #11
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The Queen was sold
I bought more flounder instead
Aw...too bad...if only I had known.
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Old 11-06-2004, 04:42 PM   #12
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Update:

Hit Gold Aquarium today...Dennis has in some stunning shortfin plakat-type male bettas (Hong-Kong imports) for $5 each (I bought one, of course).

Picses sale has changed somewhat on live stock, so now:

Corydoras elegans- Reg. $3, sale $1.99
Neon Dwarf Rainbows- Reg. $9, sale $3.99
Platinum Gouramis- Reg. $6, sale $1.99
Common algae eaters- Reg. $4, sale $.99
Rainbow sharks- Reg. $7, sale $1.99
Small whiteclouds- 5/$.99
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Old 11-06-2004, 08:09 PM   #13
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"Neon Dwarf Rainbows- Reg. $9, sale $3.99 "

I would be buying those if I was there..

See if I can make it over this weekend...

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Old 11-06-2004, 08:16 PM   #14
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That's for the call today Christian!! I ran down there and bought the Queen!! Then I went down to Tanks A Lot for 50 watt Ebo Jager heaters~32.49 plus 10% discount for CAS members.
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That's for the call today Christian!! I ran down there and bought the Queen!! Then I went down to Tanks A Lot for 50 watt Ebo Jager heaters~32.49 plus 10% discount for CAS members.
Glad to cost you money...:P

Actually, I scooped a plakat betta from Gold Aquariums today, and a female blue paradise from Chums, so I didn't get away too cheaply, either. Did you notice that Tanks has all their Sera foods in a bin at the till, all for 50% off (I scooped a couple of jars of SeraGran yesterday)?
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I am not familar with Sera foods. However, I saved extra cash by using the Paws Pets coupon from the Entertainment book at Tanks
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Sera foods are the best, but bloody spendy.

OK, so, with the low price, plus CAS discount, plus coupon, how much did that Ebo run you?
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OK, so, with the low price, plus CAS discount, plus coupon, how much did that Ebo run you?
I didn't think I could use both discounts--the young lady working there wasn't sure (she's not sure about much, but she's enthusiastic). So, whatever $32.49 minus 20% plus GST is--my brain and my calculator are not working.
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BTW~those channel cats in the tank with the Queen were covered in ich. I was afraid they might QT the tank and not sell her to me. I just said I was going to QT her and off I went.
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Not too shabby...a queen arabesque and an Ebo for $50....hard to beat those prices.
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