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Old 03-01-2011, 04:23 PM   #1
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Talking guess it is time to say Hello

Hey ya'll from Orlando FL (originally from Germany)

I've been reading in here for quiet a while now whenever I wanted to learn more random stuff or needed help. Just recently I started becoming more active though

I have a (tiny) 30g SW reef tank. I would love to upgrade to a 120g but unless somebody secretly would drop off one in our driveway, my boyfriend wont let me buy one LOL

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Old 03-01-2011, 04:34 PM   #3
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Welcome! I live in Florida too. Bout half hour from orlando.
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Thx guys

@carey: thats great! You have a FW aquarium if I remember correctly, right?!
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I have one of each for now. lol
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Old 03-01-2011, 05:36 PM   #6
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I have one of each for now. lol
haha, good for you
sadly my boyfriend is preventing me from becoming crazy cat-fish lady (pun intended), but i'm not giving up my hope LOL

BTW, how did ur tank handle the o4 hurricane season? I got mine after that time, but i'm wondering what I should do if that happeneds
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Welcome aboard... Hey I know how you feel about your second half not letting you get the tank size that you want. Well mine finally gave in and said I could have my 180 gal tank. But have not bought it yet because of all the cost in the equipment needed for that size of tank.
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Welcome aboard... Hey I know how you feel about your second half not letting you get the tank size that you want. Well mine finally gave in and said I could have my 180 gal tank. But have not bought it yet because of all the cost in the equipment needed for that size of tank.
well, first off CONGRATZ!
I'm still fighting, but I know sooner or later he shall give in MUHAHAHA

Good luck with getting all your stuff together, I know the financial part is tough, juts do it slowly
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I just moved her in 06 so I wasn't here for the hurricanes. I didn't even think of that til now. Wow. That would be horrible if power went out for a few days. I'll have to consider that a bit more and see if theres anything that could be done.
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