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Old 09-23-2012, 09:35 PM   #49601 
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Soon it will be dark at 5pm o.O
Thats better then sunrise at 1PM and sunset at 3 PM
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:06 PM   #49602 
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Thats better then sunrise at 1PM and sunset at 3 PM
lol, yeah it is. Organic soil should be in the big box stores year round, even wmart may have some, although my store is very small, they carry soil year round in the little bags.

You can also make your own, just bake it to kill the germs, Im not sure how long but google will tell you.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:55 AM   #49603 
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My store is pretty big but the plant section is gone and now its...christmas stuff
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:01 AM   #49604 
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I hate you, commercialism.
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:05 AM   #49605 
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You hate the current economic system of the US? Oh wait, that's capitalism, I guess.
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:43 AM   #49606 
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My rats were climbing all over my arms when I went to pet them ;-; It makes me feel bad for leaving and not taking them out with me. I saw a gerbil yawn for the first time the other day. Cute.
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Not so fond of capitalism either.

I bet a gerbil yawning is adorable!
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Old 09-24-2012, 04:20 AM   #49608 
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Okay then, what economic system do you like?

Its a quarter after five in the morning and I am watching Survivorman. Les Stroud is very resourceful, and clever. Right now, he is on a "deserted" island. I say that in quotations because he is on one of the Cook Islands and civilization, a resort actually, is on an island close by the one he is on. He is simulating the situation of being left behind whilst out diving, then coming across a small boat wrecked on the shore of a cove.

I just hope he doesn't eat hermit crabs. O_o

EDIT: He clobbered a young brown booby bird on its head (it was half dead anyways because it fell out of the nest and was slowly starving to death) an roasted it over the fire.

EDIT AGAIN: Sakura, here is a vid of a roborovski hamster yawning. Its beyond cute.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lnxKFmm6Rk&feature=related


EDIT YET AGAIN: He chopped up a hermit crab into little bits. O_O!

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Old 09-24-2012, 05:41 AM   #49609 
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Ah, consumerism, the dirty child of capitalism.


Well, Reuben has a sun burn, since that's most plausible. Who knew a fish sticking out of water was so bad?
This morning Gilbert was darting around in a weird way, poor guy, now what...
Off to school I go..
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Note: Albino Bristlenose Pleco needs driftwood.
Note: Betta [Female] can still become aggressive even if she doesn't show aggression right away. Not recommended to be mixed with peaceful community species. Also, they may jump - lids are recommended.
Warning: Betta [Female] is not recommended to be with Betta [Male] due to high male aggression.
Note: Betta [Male] may jump - lids are recommended. They can become stressful under presence of too many shoaling species. Try to keep under 1 shoal if the tank is small. Individual bettas may exhibit varying degrees of aggression and care should be taken that exceptionally aggressive/territorial fish be separated from a community before any damage may occur.
Warning: Betta [Male] is not recommended to be with Albino Bristlenose Pleco - further research is highly recommended.
Warning: Betta [Male] is not recommended to be with Betta [Female] - further research is highly recommended.

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How accurate is aqua advisor? I have live plants - so dO I actually need a bigger filter? I was thinking of getting an aquaclear one anyways
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