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Old 03-18-2006, 05:26 AM   #1
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newbie...lovin' it!

Just a small note of excitement to say hello and look forward to all of your great advice about my new tank and fishies! We intitially bought them for my 3 year old's room, but the more I deal with them, the more I love them and find myself talking to them and watching them and being very interested...so be prepared all...I will have lots of questions so please be patient, some day I will be able to give advice...
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Old 03-18-2006, 09:52 AM   #2
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Welcome to AA!

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Welcome to AA! And JC's right it is just a matter of time. We welcome your questions, the more to the hobby the better. Or rather the more that become educated to the hobby the better!
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you are absolutely right..I had no idea how much education it really required...it is amazing though, and fun!!!
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I admit it...I was an aquarium virgin...bought the tank for our 3 year old sons room. Here I am, loving it...diving in head first (no pun intended) Never knew I'd get this addicted!
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