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Old 04-10-2011, 11:55 PM   #1
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I started aquariums about 5 years ago. Three of those years was freshwater and it was a treat but as I got larger tanks and learned more about the hobby I became obsessed and suddenly freshwater wouldn't cut it out for me. My previous 29g freshwater became a sw tank which I have grown to love and indulge even more into the hobby, I've kept the tank for two years and am in the current process of moving to a 75g tank. I came across the forum while on my phone looking for applications and have been reading many forums and experiences I've decided to finally get an accnt and be apart of the fun. I'm pretty open and easy to talk to so I hope I can offer as much help as well as learn on the forums.
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Great! We can always use knowledgable people who are willing to help!

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Hey welcome to AA You picked the right forum to join, everyone on here is super friendly and helpful Willing to help you in any way possible, and I'm glad to know you're willing to help others too
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There is lots of knowledge here to be absorbed and there are lots of people asking questions more of both is what keeps places like this alive.
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Old 04-11-2011, 01:42 AM   #6
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Appreciate the warn welcome I don't have any current pictures of my tank because of the upgrade but I have a couple of old ones
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Sorry about quality of pics both of them were off of old camera phone and were taken about a year ago
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Looks nice. I'm getting closer every day to getting my tank going.
I can't wait to see some pictures of your new tank.
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Love it! Is the one on the left a Goby? I'll admit I'm a complete SW newb.
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