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Old 07-23-2013, 11:13 PM   #21
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Hi Mike! Hope you're doing well!
Hey amatuer, listen to this guy. He's an old timer in AA and knows his stuff! He's helped me many times. OS.
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Old 07-23-2013, 11:19 PM   #22
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Hi Mike! Hope you're doing well!
Hey amatuer, listen to this guy. He's an old timer in AA and knows his stuff! He's helped me many times. OS.
I'm doing well only a couple more days till our daughter is born. How are you. You have helped me out also. Sorry off subject for a sec.
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Old 07-23-2013, 11:20 PM   #23
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Bigger is always better. If you can look on CL for a tank. I'm trying to give my 20 away but I live in AR. If you think you really a fish keeper go big I say this because I started with a 20 ended up with a 75. I also think that if will be easier to maintain.
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Old 07-24-2013, 12:41 AM   #24
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Bigger is always better. If you can look on CL for a tank. I'm trying to give my 20 away but I live in AR. If you think you really a fish keeper go big I say this because I started with a 20 ended up with a 75. I also think that if will be easier to maintain.
+1 for CL! I found tanks as big as 75 for $150 including filter, lighting, hood AND extras!! I nearly cry when I see those good priced tanks because I know I can't get it. Lol.
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Old 07-24-2013, 02:14 AM   #25
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no itz not overstocked whoever says he needs a bigger tank than get lost cuz hes just gonna spend money for no reason... anyways the rule is 2 inches per gallon so u can hav a 2 inch fish in a gallon. and unless u get a lot more fish than u can get a bigger tank
You've obviously spent A LOT of time researching how to care for fish haven't you?! So by your logic I could put a 12 inch fish in a 6 gallon tank? Or a 24 inch fish in a 12g? I can tell you're probably a child, just by the way the post and type things. Please carry on researching and in future don't tell us to "get lost" thanks
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You've obviously spent A LOT of time researching how to care for fish haven't you?! So by your logic I could put a 12 inch fish in a 6 gallon tank? Or a 24 inch fish in a 12g? I can tell you're probably a child, just by the way the post and type things. Please carry on researching and in future don't tell us to "get lost" thanks
+1 that he must work at one of those big box stores lol.
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