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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Is this your video? I hope you're not advocating this setup. He said in his comments that he doesn't have a fancy set up, but who said he had to go fancy? His tank is not doing well It's covered in algae. And if he used play sand, it's the silicate that's causing all that algae, OH and, not cleaning LOL So what if he kept his "hardy" fish alive for 5 months. Whoopee. His tank just LOOKS dirty. Bah.
     
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    OMG no that is NOT my video :ROFLMAO:

    That guy is an idiot , I just find it amusing .
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    He's one of those "My way is better cuz I've had my fish for 5 months!" LOL
     
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    I like how he was calling muriatic acid (chlorine) . Or how I was supposed to pour my salt into the tank , along with my salt sand , and let it sit for a week before turning on my filter


    Guess I need to start over :(
     
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