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Old 04-03-2008, 08:45 PM   #31
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If you don't care about the fish that much, let me know where you live. I'll come and pick up your tank and stuff and take it off your hands.
If you're closer to Saint Louis than Florida, I'll do it
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OK folks it looks like the admin changed the title so let`s get on with business as usual here at AA. Hopefully he`ll take ya`lls advice to heart and do the right thing.
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:28 PM   #33
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If you're closer to Saint Louis than Florida, I'll do it

nope, in Florida I be.
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Old 04-03-2008, 09:57 PM   #34
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uh sry bout the title
but i think you misunderstood me on the "i dont care" part. sry to get you guys all angry. what i meant was that i can cure the puffers fin rot thing and so that is not the main priority. but water is perfect and i checked it few weeks ago and the water cant change dramatically after few weeks. and when i posted the thread it was a day after i saw my fish not eating. and i dont think that my aquarium has some how caused the disease but i think i bought it like that to tell the truth. although that is information that probably no one would care about and u guys will probably think that this is somekind of childish excuse or something.
Anyways y would i started a thread when i "dont care" about it???? if i didnt i wouldnt even try to find a forum filled with people of more experience than me and taking care of fishes..
whatever i wouldnt care if anyone helped now
cuz my fished died this morning
and ty for trying to help me...
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Old 04-03-2008, 10:02 PM   #35
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...and the water cant change dramatically after few weeks. ...
Yes... it can.

Sorry for your loss.
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I am sorry to hear that the fish died, and I apologize for accusing you of not caring. The way you responded made it *seem* like you didn't care about the fish. However, I think that water quality could be an issue and it is highly possible for things to go from fine to chaos in a few weeks or even in a few days. If it is water quality, then it is likely that you will have additional problems and need help. It would be in your best interest to test the water asap to eliminate this as a possibility. I wish you the best of luck with taking care of the remaining inhabitants of your tank.
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I am so sorry for your loss. Please don't be discouraged. The members on this site can help you with a healthy and happy tank.
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I agree, sorry for your loss. We like to help and the info you gave was not enough for us to help. I kinda did the same thing when I first started (slinks away in shame), I knew what the folks here were asking and kinda tried to side step their questions. I learned very quick that honesty is the only thing that can help.
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