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Old 01-18-2005, 08:07 PM   #141
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Double post. Sorry, I don't know how to delete this =(. Would an admin. plz delete this one for me.
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Old 01-18-2005, 08:13 PM   #142
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I can't wait to graduate college and get a "real" job so I can afford projects like that. Very nice!!!
I hate to break it to you, but when you graduate college and get a "real" job, your not going to have ANY money at all.

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Save your money now my friend. because you will soon be dealing with house payments, bills, car payments, bills, insurance, student loans, bills, food, gas, bills, etc, etc, etc.
LOL rocketseason. If you put it like that, I'm better off staying in school!!
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Old 01-18-2005, 08:25 PM   #143
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thats right!!!

Many people do just that.
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Old 03-09-2005, 12:03 PM   #144
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Sorry to bump up an old thread. But im curious to know if Boxter has made any more progress?!?!
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Boxster hasn't posted since January, though he's been around as recently as yesterday 8) Hopefully he'll see his thread revisited and post again!
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Old 04-18-2005, 11:32 AM   #146
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Hi all,
I am still here.....Had been the craziest month for me at work. But with dedication to my tank, i am still investing time everyday to my setup. Just thinking of posting update dpics once everything is setup so that is why no updated posts.
The hardiest thing for me is to wait for the Rocks to "cook" I setup 4 big container. One house the Marshall Island live rock and the other my old Fiji LR. It had been 12 weeks and my Fiji LR still releasing cruds so it still need some time. However, my Marshall is ready and clean. So over the weekend, I put them into my tank, arrange them the way I wanted. I love the Marshall.
Last night, I put in the snails and my crown fish and shrimp. They seem to love the flow. This morning, one of my clown got into the overflow . I net him up into the tank and use my remaining marine board to cover the overflow. I took a few shot last night on the rocks arrangement. willpost more pics.
Things left to do:
1. Setup my Tunze stream
2. hang the light. The sliding rack is done. Need to build a shelf for the ballast.
3. Cover the back of the tank. Still thinking of idea for my background.
4. Transferring my PB tang to the main tank.
5. Post more pics....
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Awesome!! Can't wait!!
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Looking forward to the updated pics!

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Old 04-18-2005, 06:31 PM   #149
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is there anyway to make it as like a divider between two rooms of your basement that would be wild if you had the space the framing looks as if it was going well hope every thing works out the way yopu would like
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Old 04-19-2005, 11:48 AM   #150
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This is the initial LR arrangement. Half of the LR still "cooking" Once it is done, I would like to use the remaining LR to raise the back pile up to give the height contour. Note also that the color had faded a little bit granted that it is in the dark for 12 weeks. But as you can see, surprisely a lot of it still survive.
As you can see, I avoid the whole piece lying flat on the bare bottom so as not to restrict the flow underneath.
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