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Old 09-24-2005, 04:32 PM   #1
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Okay let me rephrase,

In my opinion, a protein skimmer would be a good investment for a tank housing aggressive messy eaters like a Lion Fish. Not a must, but will go a long well in the health and longevity of life for a lion fish.

Why is there so much scrutiny from members with no cridentials other then a high post count?
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That was a pretty rude comment considering fluff is an advisor but whatever. I have always wondered why lions are considered messy eaters when they swallow there food whole.
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Okay let me rephrase,

In my opinion, a protein skimmer would be a good investment for a tank housing aggressive messy eaters like a Lion Fish. Not a must, but will go a long well in the health and longevity of life for a lion fish.

Why is there so much scrutiny from members with no cridentials other then a high post count?
Don't be so defensive. It's all matter of opinion and I was hardly being scrutinizing. Just offering an alternative. I've ran a skimmerless lion/eel tank for over a year with no problems. I don't feel they are necessary and as long as you do proper weekly maintenance, the fish don't suffer.
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I'm curious as to what your "credential" are?
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Oh...and you sig makes me curious, what exactly is an altomato? I know what an ultimatum is...but I've never heard of an altomato.
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What kind of "cridentials" do you want? Being an Advisor on this site is a "cridential", one of which you do not have. Fluff's "cridentials" on this site are far above post counts and, I am convinced, far above yours in aquaria. Why do you have to make things personal? Grow up or move on.
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I do not think it is appropriate for an administrator to use their network capabilities to open a topic with me as an author. Kind of creating an open house to flame me. That is abuse as an administrator. Did you do this reefrunner?

If so, undo it.
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I did it. I shouldnt have to explain myself since it was very clear why all these posts where split off from the inital topic. If you feel it was done as a personal attack toward yourself then I have to say I feel sorry for you to take such acts personally.

If you cant put this behind you then I will be more than glad to assist you in putting this all to an end.
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