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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 14/12/2009 8:34
Re: R.I.P Dave #21
by my estimations he was 18 months when i got him and i had him for the same again so at a guess 3 years old so he was till a young-un
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  • Posted on: 14/12/2009 8:12
R.I.P Dave #22
Dave was found belly up thismorning at 0530 i just dont understand it he was happy as larry yesterday flareing at me when i enter the room and snapping at my fingers when i fed him his water was changed on wednesday of last week and the water tests show as per normal amonia zero nitrates 20 nitrites zero and the ph of 6.8 as per normal over the last 18 months. i just dont know what do do now.

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  • Posted on: 8/12/2009 11:05
Re: The Crap Christmas Present Thread #23
Washing lines are a bad idea when you have a garden full of mud and a football crazy teenager living with you who denies kicking his ball against the sheets even though there are lots of dirty round football sized markes on the sheets lol.

i once recieved socks from my entire family thats 6 auintys and uncles on both my mums side and my dads side of the family adult cousins and various old crinklys that the family have managed to keep alive. in total i had 150 pairs all different they must have scoured the entire of the uk to find that many different picture socks.
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  • Posted on: 24/11/2009 8:36
Re: Don't shoot the messenger. #24
Yeah the LHG did leave because of all the aggression well not so much the aggression i think he liked the argument that he knew he was going to win but it was more the repetative nature of the threads (talk to him on flickr about another common intrest) he was just tired of fighting a never ending battle.

i think i might have been one of thoes grumpy ones but i think goldnugget took the brunt of that one and set me on the right path. i see new threads and think to myself that was i really that bad. but hey i hope i have given some sound advice since. not so much recently (i been bussy) but over the last 6 months or so.
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  • Posted on: 19/11/2009 13:00
Re: Rescue #25
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Coralline wrote:
damn p@h... why only one neon...


he did have 9 neons 9 for a tenner i think he said. and 10 rummys for ?15 i think but then thats P@H and there unbeetable offers.

@jag i spent about 3 months battleing with P@H management even had meetings at my local P@H with there upper manageemnt team spoke to defra and all i got was "we'll look in to it!" damn it i was getting stressed and angry with thoes around me so i gave up the hunt so to speak. i wish you all the best in your battle.
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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 19/11/2009 10:33
Re: Rescue #26
yep Q t is already full of water heater and airstone and the filter is running in my 90 ltr ready for the fish coming home with me on friday yes with mature media. i'm only taking them because the shop wont take them back. he's lost 6 rummys and 8 neons to an uncycled tank so i'll house these untill he's cycled then he can have them back and improve the shole sizes. just wondering weather i should put a few of my neons in with the rescue fish to make the lone neon feel safer??
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  • Posted on: 19/11/2009 10:13
Re: an ill white oranda emergency #27
i use a large plastuc childs toy bin for a q tank that holds about 50-60ltrs of water this would be better than nothing you can pick them up from tesco for pretty cheep too.you need a big ass filter too for your goldies. good luck.
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  • Posted on: 19/11/2009 9:21
Rescue #28
Hey guys i'm going to be housing a few fish for a work friend untill his tank cycles freekin P@H again "how long has your tank been set up?" a week said my friend "then its fine to add fish to your established tank."

i'll be taking 4 rummy nose and a single neon.

i already keep neons so he'll be fine just want to know if the rummy noes has any special requirements.

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  • Posted on: 17/11/2009 10:17
Re: for sale. #29
lense is sold.
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  • Posted on: 16/11/2009 15:24
for sale. #30
I have a nikon mount 28-200mm SLR lens for sale this lens is no longer used by my self if anybody is intrested PM me and we can discuss price postage etc. i'd like it to go to a home where it will be used as it is a cracking lense. fast and nice and sharp.

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