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When good chalices go bad


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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    2802 funny chalice - When good chalices go bad
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    What, you talking about the star on it? Is it receding where the star is? I'm not seeing the bad, unless you mean the chalice itself is BA lol

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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Yea was talking about it trying to eat the star fish gues i should have put that
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    or is the star eating the chalice?
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    Just think, with hat new saw you won, congrats btw, you can chop up all kinds of chalices!

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    Looks like a good chalice...those grey starfish are bad news IME.

    If you rotate the photo 90-degrees clockwise, it looks like it is making a bad face.

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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Yea i hate them to jim sucks the chalice wouldn't eat them &bluwc only thing big a nuff chalice wise is the Miami hurricane chalice
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