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    its been swell, but the swellings gone.

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aw deep

im sorry i didnt mean to contribute to your sadness/frustrations about the tank. now i feel all sorts of guilty. hopefully you set up another one and it will be as sweet as this tank was when it was in its hay day so to speak.

best of luck with school. also i wanted to thank you for all your help when i was still a nooblet. much appreciated.

hope it all works out for ya.
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lakshwadeep

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No problem. Unfortunately, I lost the neon goby to jumping and the Trimmas eventually disappeared, so reefkeeping right now is more like wallowing in the mud than any great joy.

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or kinda like wallowing in a bed of aiptasia and bubble algae.

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how did you let yourself get to this point? Sadness! time for a redo!

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lol, methinks medred has a mancrush

 

 


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You can follow the new tank here:
http://www.nano-reef...view=getnewpost

↳Malcolm

Newer! ADA 60-F

New ADA 60-P - Gobyopolis
my 20H  retired

 

Every lie tells another truth.
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No problem. Unfortunately, I lost the neon goby to jumping and the Trimmas eventually disappeared, so reefkeeping right now is more like wallowing in the mud than any great joy.


Boy have I been there!
Wishing you the best of luck with the new tank.