Drip, drip, drip....

Discussion in 'Aquascaping and Member's Setups' started by azurekoi, Apr 20, 2014.

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    Unlucky on the tank but glad to hear you got it all sorted out. Now you need to go bigger ;)
     
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    lol...no thanx... Having had 3 meter tanks in the past, something round the 100l mark is perfect for me these days...
     
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    It was worth a nudge :D. Good luck and enjoy.

    Nice finch cage BTW. Can I put an order in for a rabbit hutch? :)
     
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    Must say that I love the natural river edge feel that this tank has to it. You've got the natural chaos right again! The sea sand blends so well, it was only after you pointed out the aquaclay mixed in that I noticed it... Damn Shawn, you've got me going again. I've got to re-do the three tanks on the stoep as soon as the barrel pond is done. Mmmm....
     
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    Nice change up Shawn. It just needs to fill out some more. I'm loving those green barb thingies! I need bigger tanks in my life... Maybe a 90P? I need some odd ball fish. :(
     
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    @Joshua Tree - Dood, gonna cost you the price of 3 hutches to cart one down to CT from Snortoria...lol - just google DIY rabbit hutch, there are plenty free plans on the net...

    @Barry.M and @Slagter - thanx Doods...yeah, I'm liking the scape, even though it my usual "natural chaos style"..lol...its amazing how a tank with only a 20% larger footprint than the old one can make the previous densely planted scape now look rather bare...but those Crypts will fill in in a few months...cant WAIT!!
     
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    Thanks Guys :headbang:. I was going to get my daughter a rabbit as her birthday was on Easter Sunday this year. Finances got in the way!

    @Barry.M - Your client sounds like my kind of person. :)
     
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    Lol... This girl seriously rocks! When it comes to metal and shredding, she puts many, many dudes to utter shame! Her band is called Adorned In Ash! Look out for them...
     
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    Will do.

    I have 2 guitars but unfortunately suck at playing! Here's my pride and joy...
    BC Rich Warlock.JPG
     
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    need to get myself a butterfly pleco...nice
     
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    Ooh... A BC Rich! Very nice! These are not available in SA anymore. My advice is not to superglue any moss or plants onto it and not to use it s hardscape... The fish hate the taste of round wound nickel strings!
     
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    ha ha ha. Mine was bought in the UK in about 2004 when I stayed there. It's one of their cheaper Warlocks but still awesome.
     
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    Ah... About "sucking" at playing... Bear in mind that there are thousands of people who have never even held a guitar in their hands, let alone play... You play and that's great... Who cares about opinions? As long as you're having fun each time you plug it in, then that's really all that matters!
    I was going to ask if you brought it in yourself as we never got that model here at all. The warlocks are great guitars, although originating during the "Glam_rock metal era, they still perform very well in today's metal scene. even the cheap chinese, bolt-on neck Warlocks are good.

    Anyway, enough guitar talk, before we steal azurekoi's thread... I'm also looking for one or two of those Sewelias. They're as scarce as chicken teeth though but really beautiful...
     
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    Tell that to my neighbors when I played the blokfluit! :evil6:

    I know next to nothing about guitars, but that one reminds of old-school punk rock. :headbang:
     

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