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Figi Live Rock for a good cause


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  1. #1
    MUCHO REEF - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Figi Live Rock for a good cause

    I have 20 lbs of prime uncured Figi live rock, and about 20 lbs of cured Figi Live rock.

    All proceeds will go to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan. Please make your checks payable to them.


    I will except 1 can of food for small rocks, or $2 cash or check for the food bank


    2 cans of food for medium rocks or $3 cash or check for the food bank


    or 3 cans of food for large rocks, or $ 4 cash or check for the food bank



    Cash, checks and can goods will all be donated to the Food Bank of Easterm Michigan on Lapeer rd in Flint.

    Thank you for helping someone else out during these tough times.

    God Bless, Mucho


    PICK UP IN FLINT, I will not ship.
    Last edited by MUCHO REEF; 02-22-2011 at 02:41 PM.
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    I might be making my way up there sunday......so if there is any left, and I make it up there, I will be up for some dry rock, mostly just to help out, but who doesnt love rock?

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    MightiesKeeper - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Live Rock

    Hey Mucho
    I want to buy live rock off you, but i don't have enough posts to PM you. You can email me at ryancpeake@gmail.com
    Last edited by jimsflies; 04-08-2011 at 08:42 AM. Reason: removed email link
    120 Gallon Freshwater green terrors, convicts and Florida gar.
    4-10 gallon live-bearer rack platies, swords and bns plecos.
    40 gallon acrylic AIO waiting for something new.

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    Rabidgoose - Reefkeeper Moderator

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightiesKeeper View Post
    Hey Mucho
    I want to buy live rock off you, but i don't have enough posts to PM you. You can email me at ************
    Their are no restrictions, to my knowledge, on PM's as far as post count. You should be able to PM after sign-up, if you're having trouble you should post a thread in *Site Issues & Feedback* explaining your problems.
    Sorry Mucho....

    thanks........chuck
    Last edited by jimsflies; 04-08-2011 at 08:41 AM. Reason: deleted email from quote
    I simply can't trust people that don't like bacon,

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightiesKeeper View Post
    Hey Mucho
    I want to buy live rock off you, but i don't have enough posts to PM you. You can email me at ********
    Goose is correct, there are no restrictions on post count to pm. I recommend not putting your email out on any forum. Spiders are on site all the time...both good and bad...one of the things bad ones do is harvest emails. I take security of member information very seriously. However, with a posted email in a public forum it is no longer protected.

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Is the rock still available?

  7. #7
    MUCHO REEF - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Unfortunately it's all gone my friend.


    Mucho
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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    MightiesKeeper - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Great rock thanks Mucho.
    120 Gallon Freshwater green terrors, convicts and Florida gar.
    4-10 gallon live-bearer rack platies, swords and bns plecos.
    40 gallon acrylic AIO waiting for something new.

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    MUCHO REEF - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    My pleasure. I hope you realize just how many families you fed with your purchase.

    One dollar feeds a family of 6 one meal, you can do the math. I encourage others to do this as well. Just a little goes so far and does sooooo much.

    Feeding the hungry: Food Bank of Eastern Michigan to give out more than 18 million pounds of food | MLive.com

    Thanks again man.

    Mooch
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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