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Old 03-26-2004, 10:27 AM   #1
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Was stumbling through the site this morning and found this forum and thought since i'm fairly new i ought to introduce myself... i'm currently a student but will graduate in May... unfortunately... more school to go.
I got into the hobby because I'm studying to be an ichthyologist and obviously keeping fish is a logical step. I have a pretty basic 55g community tank right now, and a couple of smaller ones. I'd like to start up a reef tank, but am thinking about beginning the sw easier with a fish only tank.
wanted to say this site is great... and thanks to my good buddy kribbz for telling me about it!
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[center:26d8bdaf62] Welcome to AA, ttimmer10!! not-so-[/center:26d8bdaf62]

What will you be doing with a degree in ichthyology?? Is this your Bachelor’s degree? I found having a Bachelor's in bio, and a Master's in zoology was not enough. So here I am getting my PhD in neurology. Why?? Because I want to teach biology at the university level That’s the plan for now. Just four more years to go....
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Old 03-26-2004, 06:25 PM   #7
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Thanks for all the welcomes, all the help i've been getting has been great...

this will be my bachelor's, going to grad school... well actually the week after I graduate. I want to be a fisheries biologist, so save our precious water systems . hopefully, the masters is enough, but always open to more schooling... after all i wont be able to slog through swamps for the rest of my life so maybe getting a phd will give me some options in the future...
Neurology... wow I wish i had your courage ... good luck... dounting down the years just like you i guess.
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fyi... that was COUNTING not dounting... typing and spelling are not my strong suits
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Old 03-27-2004, 12:51 AM   #9
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Welcome Timmer! You can always use that handy little EDIT button in the upper right to fix yer spellin after posting. me , I dun't caer much!

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Yo, TTimmer10! It's always great to have someone new with us!! What do you have in that 55?
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