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Old 01-25-2005, 04:41 PM   #11
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Old 01-26-2005, 05:16 AM   #13
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I forgot to say that we will be doing a fresh water tank until we have enough knowledge to to a salt water tank
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Old 01-26-2005, 08:05 AM   #15
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Aw, come on.....

If that's what ya'll really want, get this here book, read it, and think about it again.

Of course, I'm really, really biased towards SW. I want everybody I meet to get a SW tank. Don't put too much stock in my opinion. I'm sure there will be plenty of FW enthusiasts to convince you to go ahead with your original plans. Anyway, hope to (virtually of course) see you around.

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Aw, come on.....

If that's what ya'll really want, get this here book, read it, and think about it again.

Of course, I'm really, really biased towards SW. I want everybody I meet to get a SW tank. Don't put too much stock in my opinion. I'm sure there will be plenty of FW enthusiasts to convince you to go ahead with your original plans. Anyway, hope to (virtually of course) see you around.

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Well we want to one day but first we want to get our water fins use to it before we kill some innocent fish cause of stupidity,lol but one day in the futere we will get one.
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