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Current Pics of both tanks!


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    Wink Current Pics of both tanks!

    I've been sort of nagging some of you to show pics of your tanks. I realized that I hadn't really put up any shots of my own!

    I figured out how to use the picture resizer and now mine are finally up!

    Some are "iffy" for quality but I haven't completely figured out my camera yet.

    Just click the VBIGallery thingy and Enjoy!
    The difference between stupidity and genius is that stupidity has no limits!

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    Hey AK. I got rid of your other thread which I assume was a double post in error.
    120G Reef and 40B reef at work, 120G tank dry and dirty in the garage.

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Lookin nice AK!!!! I really like the nano.
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    Thanks, Perp! lol I thought I was getting double vision!

    Jojo the Nano is a year old and the rockwork is nearly accidental. We had a small rockslide and I couldn't remember where the rocks came from so I just stacked em in a semicircle with a tunnel. I'm glad you like it, thanks! It's only got 2 fish, a pistol shrimp and cleaner shrimp in it but everyone seems happy so I'm not messin with it. The pistol and gobie are a hoot to watch.
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    Lookin' good AK, but I still like the fish pic taped on the outside of the tank! I will say again that I would've voted for you for TOTM... :-D


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    i like them too sweetpea...
    :: hummer :nemo

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    LOL Sweetpea those paper fish are alot cheaper than the real ones, too! We now have 1 rescued Chromis, 1 Hyperactive Longnose Butterfly, 2 percula clownfishes, 3 PJ Cardinals and our newest addition a 1/2 black angel. She's adjusting pretty well but the chromis is ticked off because she wants the chromis's castle LOL. (It's a good thing the angel is already too big for Itty Bit's castle). We tried and lost an LMB and a CBB. Can't figure out why the LMB died but we will wait a few months and try another one.

    We can't put any gobies or pistol shrimp in until we catch the last two $^&#$(^ Gorilla crabs!
    The difference between stupidity and genius is that stupidity has no limits!

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