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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 50 gallon acrilic with AquaClear 300 filter and 10 gallon with unknown filter. Unknown lights.
Advice: Don't buy ANYTHING without researching every possible thing about it.
Fish Kept: In the little tank: Kurt Cobain (Common Goldfish), Chris Brief (Common Goldfish), David Price (Common Goldfish), Kyle Hove (Common Goldfish), Conor Sisk (Common Goldfish), and Skwisgaar Skwigelf (Gold Algae Eater) In the big tank: Nathan Explosion (Common Pleco), William Murderface (Tiger Oscar), Toki Wartooth (Albino Sailfin Pleco), and Roberta (Common Goldfish)
Corals/Plants: A couple of fake plants
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: We're navigators. We're aviators. We're eatin' taters. Masturbatin' alligator. Bombadeers, ain't got no fears, won't shed no tears. We're pushing the frontiers of transcendental perception.
About Yourself: I decided to name all my fish after band member...that might clear up some confusion. The bands I have in my tank are: Dethklok, The Cure, Nirvana, The Briefs, and NATALIE PORTMAN'S SHAVED HEAD!!

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