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Photo Caption: MY BOY AGAIN
210 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - MY BOY AGAIN

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 75 GALLON SUMP,500 WATT HEATER,25 WATT GAMMA UV,500 GAL PROTEIN SKIMMER,MAG 24 PUMP,2X96WATT WHITE ,2X96 WATT BLUE, 6 MOON LIGHTS BLUE
Advice: HAVE A GOOD PAYING JOB
Fish Kept: WELL I JUST STARTED THIS 210 ,I HAD A 55 IN THE WALL AND HAD A LIONFISH ,BAMBOO SHARK,YELLOW TANG,SNOWFLAKE EEL....IM GONNA PUT THE SAME FISH IN THE 210 IN THE WALL ,,I HAVE 2 MORE WEEKS BEFORE THE 210 GALLON TANK IN THE WALL CYCLES 3/14/06 THATS WHEN I CAN GET MY FISH
Corals/Plants: NONE YET
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: JUST WHEN YOU THINK YOU GOT ALL THE ANSWERS I CHANGE THE QUESTIONS
About Yourself: I HAD FRESH WATER TANKS ALL MY LIFE,,,,STARTED SALTWATER ABOUT 2 YEARS AGO,BEST THING I EVER DID BUT VERY EXPENSIVE I HAVE 2,500 IN MY 210 GALLON TANK AND NO FISH YET, JUST DAMSELS TO CYCLE IT....

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i hope your tank breaks and kills your child fish avatar

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