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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

getting out of the hobby:/


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    BK's Reef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default getting out of the hobby:/

    I have to get out of the hobby temporarily for who knows how long because of college.
    up for sale.....
    70lbs of live/base rock take it all for $100 or $1.50/lb
    150w metal halide with an old radium bulb $80
    40L sump (48 inch long) $20
    "reefing sure takes up your money...but it is the best money ive ever spent!"

    http://www.captivereefs.com/forum/marine-fish/bks-90-fowlr-8632/
    ^^^90 Fowlr thread

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Nooooo! You need a nano tank at college....change this ad to a Want to Trade right now!

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Didn't you just win the ghetto photo contest? I mean with that talent, it seems you should be staying in the hobby as it needs someone like you to give us all a good laugh once in a while.

    And why hasn't Maxi done any other crazy contests. Although there were few entries on that one....it's DEF a classic now

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    BK's Reef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Im only getting out for a half year or so...i just have no need for a metal halide at college, and I need to get a little more money towards college
    "reefing sure takes up your money...but it is the best money ive ever spent!"

    http://www.captivereefs.com/forum/marine-fish/bks-90-fowlr-8632/
    ^^^90 Fowlr thread

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Good luck to you! Glad you are getting back into the hobby later!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    BK's Reef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    anyone need some rock or MH? Im a motivated seller and will consider offers on anything. worst you can do is ask...i need them gone today!
    "reefing sure takes up your money...but it is the best money ive ever spent!"

    http://www.captivereefs.com/forum/marine-fish/bks-90-fowlr-8632/
    ^^^90 Fowlr thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK's Reef View Post
    I have to get out of the hobby temporarily for who knows how long because of college.
    up for sale.....
    70lbs of live/base rock take it all for $100 or $1.50/lb
    150w metal halide with an old radium bulb $80
    40L sump (48 inch long) $20
    hi my name is Nick im trying to start a tank and i would like to buy your liverock. I will be out most of the day getting stuff so give me a call at 8106237054 thank you.

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