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Old 05-09-2004, 12:11 AM   #1
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how long does a sticky stay there?

because there was this sticky thingy a long time ago that said something about dont put your hands in your aquarium and it showed all these bloody hand thingys. does anyone know where that would be?
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A sticky is always there... until a mod takes it off. Try using the search function. If you don't have any luck then it was most likely just too old and got deleted.

I don't know how often (or if at all) AA deletes old posts, but I can't imagine they never do. Because the database would just get way too big.

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If a stickied topic gets unstickied, it will fall back down the list of topics according to when it was last posted to - the list is sorted by date of last post. So it's probably just on another page. Like flipz said though, try using the search function.
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Are you sure it was here? I read just about every new post here, esp stickies and don't remember seeing bloody hands ever.

My best guess would be the thread about diseases you can catch in the tank.
http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewto...=human+disease
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That would be my guess Roger, I have read that thread myself, but never seen any bloody hands or any other human parts in the threads.
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