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Name: Pirhana

Size/Category 20-Gallon Freshwater

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Just stopping by to said hi, Great fish

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05/31/2008 05:52.05 AM Report This Comment
Hi! Yeah, I figured you were busy! This year has been busy for me too. Hope the reptile show went well! Things are good I guess. Well, we are close on winter as we spend this last month of autumn. Its been fairly warm and pleasant, with a couple of cooler days here and there. But mostly its sunny and warm in the day and gets cold from sunset on, with cold mornings. The winter sun is still dangerous here as it is still quite intense. The vegetation is drying up too, so fire hazard is high this time of year. Apart from that, we have power more consistently and the power cuts have been abandoned for now. So that is wonderful! Our petrol price is thru’ the roof and they’re talking about it going up some more. Its become very expensive to drive these days. I’m thinking of getting a horse, which I could gallop at full steam to work in about 2 hours. But the cost of keeping a horse in good condition and health is expensive and more so the horse will be worn out as it will be four hours a day of hard riding across bushy terrain where in some cases the bush is as tall as me. Maybe its not a viable option to get a horse then. And with the price of petrol going up, everything else is sure to follow suit. Good luck with the koi! I’m sure they can’t wait to get out their either! How’s your piranha doing? Here’s wishing all is well with you and your family! Cheers! Stokes

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05/14/2008 05:44.59 AM Report This Comment
Hello stranger! How have you been? Well I hope its warming up on your side of the planet, its fine here, pretty cool at night, but still very warm during the day. Except the mornings are getting a bit cold. I thought I'd let you know that I posted some new Safari pics which I'm sure you will enjoy. These are my best lion and rhino pictures yet! Apart from taht all is well. I got a budgie (parakeet) for my daughter and she is so smitten! I put her picture there too. Hope you have a lovely weekend. All the best! Cheers! Stokes

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04/25/2008 07:28.59 AM Report This Comment
Interesting... Kudos to you, though, I certainly could not feed anything a goldfish! Those are my buddies! You got more guts than I do, and for that, I'm giving you another vote!!!

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04/16/2008 02:05.16 PM Report This Comment
You're welcome, and thank you! So, if you don't mind me asking, what do you feed your piranha? Left you a vote, too, by the way.

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04/15/2008 03:00.40 PM Report This Comment
Wow, you don't see piranhas everyday! Heres a vote!

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04/14/2008 02:06.23 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for droppin by
Here's a vote for you too. Cool pictures and magazine cover. Yes, the fish swim thru the tubes all the time. Though right now I just blocked them off cause all the fish are on one side except a pair of Convicts on the other with new fry. Take care and talk soon

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04/06/2008 06:58.39 AM Report This Comment
Here's a vote!

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04/05/2008 09:17.38 AM Report This Comment
Here's a vote!

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04/03/2008 05:36.39 PM Report This Comment
nice tank. i haven't seen this one. thank you for the comment. actually it isn't alot of work once you have the substrate, lighting, and other nutrients that you need. the only thing i have to do is the pruning/propagating and planting, but i think thats fun. well anyway here's a vote for your pirhana, later.

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04/01/2008 04:55.41 PM Report This Comment
New Safari Pics!
Hi! Yes, it was certainly a bummer but we got around it somehow. We believe its good luck too whenever it rains on a wedding. Then the bride is blamed for eating out of the pot too, which is an old African tradition! How are the shows going? It was really busy until Thursday and then by 14H00, everyone cleared out of here and went home early. Didn’t do much for Friday and Saturday, but Sunday we spent at the Rhino and Lion Park, where we took my cousin and her kids. She is from here, and has been living in the U.S. for about 5 years now. She came over for the wedding last weekend. The trip was great, I enjoyed it immensely. Check out my new pictures on the Safari blog! I attended a snake show while there. At this conservancy there are many wild Southern African snakes, like green and black mamba, boomslang, rinkhals, puff adders, Mozambican spitters, Cape Cobra, Nile crocodiles, monitor lizards, tortoises and some exotic species like Indian Cobra and various non-venomous snakes from all over the world. The show focused primarily on each of the dangerous snakes and what to do when you come across them. The only non-venomous snake from Africa was the Rock Python. They are fairly aggressive compared with boas and some other python species and they grow to massive proportions here, but mainly in the north of the country where they reach gigantic lengths such that they almost permanently live in water. It was all very enjoyable. It rained so we had to leave early. The place turns muddy and then you need a 4X4 vehicle. On my way out I lost traction up a hill and went sliding down. Anyways I was glad not to be stuck or have a puncture. There are lions abound in that area! Good to hear from you! Take care! Cheers!

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03/25/2008 06:49.23 AM Report This Comment
Sweet Pirhana!!
That is an awesome picture of that pirhana!!! How big do pirhanas get??? Anyways ill have pictures tonight on my profile!! SO come check out mine. Gave you a vote for the big pirhana!!

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03/24/2008 09:37.34 AM Report This Comment
Hiya! The wedding was lovely, but the persistent rains caused havoc. The wedding was hosted at a conference facility out in the bush near a river in the Pretoria area. The rain arrived on Friday night and its been going on since with variable intensity. The ladies were battling as the ground was a muddy mix that stained their dresses. Cars were stuck in that mud and needed to be pushed out, it was quite a nightmare in that way. The temperatures were on the cold side, round about 16 Celsius all day and 10 C at night. We were hoping for a lovely sunny day, but I guess you just cannot predict the weather. This sort of weather is going to go on until Thursday at least. The pictures are lovely, thanks for sharing them here. He looks like he moves very fast indeed. I’ve heard that they’re shy, but I always thought that they’d be bold as they have such fearsome teeth. This weekend I didn’t do much for the fish or the snakes, so tonight I have a bit of catching up to do. I have some new plants as well so I’ve got to plant those as soon as I get home. I ordered them about three weeks back and finally it arrived, so this afternoon I will most likely pick them up and get them home. I will also do a bit of maintenance on the African setup. I had to put their heaters on since Friday. Here's a vote for you! Take care. Stokes

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03/17/2008 03:22.11 AM Report This Comment
Howdy Pirhana
Yikes, U feed him mice? Now that, I would like to see. That is freaking awesome. Thanks for visiting me. Dropped U another vote. I would love to see a picture of him eating a mouse.

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03/15/2008 09:05.22 PM Report This Comment
Balloon Fantasy here
Heres another vote for you.Very cool pic.See ya later.

shannon, Temple, PA.

03/15/2008 01:08.00 PM Report This Comment
Howdy Pirhana
Fantastic looking fish. What do U feed him? Looking forward to seeing more pictures. Dropped U a vote.

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03/14/2008 07:15.32 PM Report This Comment
Seasons and stuff...
Hello. Hope you are doing well. I guess its still a while before the koi can go into the pond, Round about the end of May is when the really cold frontal systems drive cold winds and ocean currents toward the south of Africa and its also when winter gets colder. I couldn’t imagine braai at such low temperatures, but I guess its not so bad once the fire is going. Here we take a 20l can and poke holes all around the sides. Then we chuck in waste paper and firewood and we all hang around it. IN some places here, the can is taken into the house and put on a platform below the chimney. It’s a dangerous practice as the inhabitants may suffocate on the CO and CO2 produced by the fire, let alone the smoke. At the moment the harvest is on and farmers all over here are busy harvesting corn, wheat, millets, grapes and other crops. It’s really a lovely time of year, with everything grown to its full potential and the climate is not too hot or too cold, just lovely. How is the piranha doing?

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03/12/2008 01:57.47 AM Report This Comment
Hi! Sorry for the late reply. I’m glad to here Buddy is doing well. I’ll check out your myspace page again. It sure sounds like y’all going thru’ spring again! Here it is still hot and muggy. The temperature is forecasted to go up to around 30 C today with a chance of afternoon rain. Whenever it rains, the next day is a scorcher, as the heat causes the humidity to rise off the ground. I’ve been enjoying many braais (barbeques) these past three weeks, so I’m quite fed up of char-grilled or roasted meat. But while the summer is ending, we got to enjoy it to the last. Indeed our autumn and winter can never match up to your’s, but as meek and toothless as it seems, I battle quite miserably thru it. Have the koi been taken outside yet? Take care and good luck to Buddy. My prayers are with him. Cheers! Stokes

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03/11/2008 12:48.36 AM Report This Comment
Groete (Greetings!)
Hi! You’re welcome. I know what its like to lose a dog, its plain awful. My poochy Tequila got lost one day when I let her out for a play in the fields. She disappeared for a week and we had feared the worst. Beside venturing onto public roads where she could have ended up as roadkill, she could be bitten by scorpions, spiders and highly venomous snakes, or fall prey to caracal or serval, even rock pythons are abound in the grass that is everywhere around the town I reside in. Why unlucky for the tourists coming? Here tourists are very welcome and generally the local people are glad to have visitors from all over the world. But Americans are hailed, as you can imagine, American TV and Hollywood are big here. Rap music is also big and the youth are very influenced by your rap stars. Personally I think it has a negative impact as rap has become so synonymous with disrespect to sisters and vulgar language, incitement to hate and violence, its rather sad. And so many African-American stars have visited here since the end of apartheid, I think Americans are revered here. Pommy English come here, but they are too stiff for my liking. If you come here, be prepared to wait for service and not be mad about it, be prepared for power cuts and a no signal for your cellular phone. Funny enough with wireless internet you can be in the middle of the wilderness and you can get online, no problem. We get the odd New Yorkers who apart from battling to understand the thick accent, they are sometimes condescending and arrogant, maybe they’re born like that? I guess you get all types. Those temps are not warm at all by my standards. My God, how does one live in such extremely cold conditions is beyond me. Yeah, petrol is so damn expensive. I just wish someone could come up with a nuclear powered car that runs off some puny radioactive isotope of some obscure substance. Perhaps a hydrogen combustion engine that runs on water? Now that would be nice! I still think that the car is taking too long to evolve into a suitable vehicle for terrestrial transportation for this era. If it evolved as fast as the computer, then we would probably be gliding on magnetic fields or hovering on an air cushion. My imagination is running wild here. Sorry to hear that you all getting flu over there. The flu shot usually makes me mildly sick for three days and thereafter I don’t get sick at all. My space is a banned site on this network, as they claim it takes up too much bandwith. That is bull, though, but I will try and acess it from the linux or solaris platform, as the admin is not so tight on those. Take care. Cheers! Stokes

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03/06/2008 05:03.12 AM Report This Comment
Welcome back!
Hi there! Its cool, I was wondering if everything was OK with you all. I’m sorry to hear that your dog was lost. He is very lucky indeed, and yes, that is nothing short of a miracle. More so I’m also glad to know he survived against all odds and even though he may lose that frostbitten toe, I’m certain that with lots of tender love and care, he will be back to his normal self. You must be so relieved. By the way I looked at your blog and I was quite impressed with what you’ve posted there. I’ve probably seen the picture of the biggest rattler ever! I connected to the site fine, and left out the hyphen as you said. It is rather strange that it put something when you did not. Your side of the planet should be thawing out soon. Do you use chains on your car tyres to drive on iced roads. My good friend who once worked in Minnesota, once told us that unaware of the ice on the road, he was not able to stop in time at a crossing and went through it, taking a couple of parked cars out trying to veer away from traffic. It’s a funny story, but not so funny when it happened. So it must be difficult I imagine. I’m doing fine, my baby daughter has picked up something and she was really sick last night. My wife and I were up last night as my daughter was very troubled. My fish are well. My snakes are well too. Its still very warm here, the sun is shining and it looks like an afternoon shower is expected as the clouds move in. The power cuts have returned again and will be out for four hour intervals at a time. This really sucks, but fortunately I got a generator to take care of my tanks. So we have to plan our days well. Petrol prices went up yesterday by 60c, making petrol now R8.50 a litre, which is $1.10/l. How’s it going with the rescue center? Take care and be safe. Kind regards, Stokes

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03/05/2008 02:10.51 AM Report This Comment
Cool pirhana!!!!!!!!!!! Here's a vote. Do you have more pictures of it?

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03/03/2008 06:14.09 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for the Congrat!
I really can't believe I won!! Its cool you have a pirrana, do you feed him goldfish? heres a vote.

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03/03/2008 09:58.57 AM Report This Comment
Hi there, how are you doing? Been a while since I last heard from you. How is Alaska? Here it is still hot and humid, but in about 2 months the cold will be here. The days are getting shorter and the mornings and evenings are a bit cooler than before. I'm sure it must be starting to thaw a little by now. How's your piranha doing? My fish have been OK. Anyways, got to go. Here is a vote for you. Kind regards, Stokes

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03/03/2008 06:02.15 AM Report This Comment
just stopping by to say hi and give you a vote

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03/03/2008 05:27.57 AM Report This Comment
Balloon Fantasy here
Just stopping by to see how your doing and give you a vote.See ya later

shannon, Temple, PA.

03/02/2008 06:00.54 PM Report This Comment
My oscar kind of did the same thing your piranha did. That is why he is alone with a very large pleco now. Here is a vote.

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02/20/2008 09:19.14 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for the congrats on set up of the week and the pic I took. Whats it like having a piranha? Here is a vote.

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02/19/2008 10:06.06 PM Report This Comment
Cool pirhana!Here's a vote!

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02/18/2008 02:31.11 PM Report This Comment
Much in common....
Wow, Texas to Alaska, extreme change indeed! 85 F is not too bad for summer. I cannot say that I am able to take on a full on correspondence with you, but I would like to write you from time to time. I write to a lot of aquarists all over the world and you are the first piranha keeper I ever came across. Piranhas are banned fish here as they can easily live in the sub-tropical waters of the rivers on the east coast and Limpopo. Tiger fish has been introduced from Zambezi in some rivers, and now they are a menace, so I fear to think what could happen if someone dumped a load of piranhas. So many of the tropicals you are allowed to keep are strictly forbidden here. I’m surprised you have a reptile rescue center! That is amazing the last place on earth one would think of having such a place. So you all have your hands full ‘ey? Your town is next to an military installation, wow! Do you have aircraft there too? I’m crazy for American fighter jets, I’d give my teeth for a ride in one. I have read about Fairbanks on wikepedia and I’m quite intrigued by what they have written. I think you guys have it pretty wild out there, with bears and wolves and elk and moose. In rural South Africa you will find wild animals too. The Game Park I was telling you about is about 10 minutes from me, so I know that feeling. We have bush all around our town, although the next town is near, there’s bush in between any two places. If I walk out about 100m I’m in the wilds and although the big game are behind fences in my region, you get all sorts of venomous snakes, pythons, scorpions, bugs like you will not believe and small predators like caracal, serval, and the occasional leopard. Leopard are short but are not to be under-estimated. Bears would scare me s**tless, wolves too. Hyena are not to be trusted here, nor the African wild dog, which lives in packs and hunt together. But I think the animal that is Africa’s number 1 killer is the hippo. They are vicious if provoked and just plain nasty if you ask me. We went fishing once in the Limpopo, which is filled with crocs and hippos and I could swear that they wanted to scare us away. As he swam underwater we only saw him when it was already late. My friend fired a few shots with a 45mm pistol and the hippo retreated back into the water. In other experiences I’ve had to kill a few snakes with a panga on other trips. The remote areas are where one finds the boomslang, mambas, Cape cobra, rinkhals and puff adder. All dangerous snakes, even their young are able to kill with one bite. But the most menacing snake has to be the black mamba. I had one hiss at me on one of our fishing trips to St. Lucia, Kwa Zulu Natal. It stood in my face and hissed and I was scared it will bite so I just backed away. But they have a reputation for chasing one down, so I was lucky indeed. I’m sure you must have also come face to face with grizzlies and wolves and such. I am aware that moose are also dangerous. Got to go now. Have a lovely weekend

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02/15/2008 05:40.33 AM Report This Comment
Also higher lying so its warm in summer and cold in winter, though our concept of cold is probably the height of your summer. It rarely snows here, only twice in my life have I seen snow, only in mountainous regions does it regularly snow. I do not like cold, the two or three months we have winter, I’m absolutely depressed and miserable. Tourists from Europe often wear short clothes and find it ‘fresh’. Christmas is in summer. We don’t sit in, we go out in the sun. We don’t drink hot chocolate, we drink beer and cold drinks. We don’t eat turkey and mince pie, we have a barbeque over a fire. We don’t cosy around a fire, we jump into the closest body of water! ;-D On to the Karroo. The Karroo is a semi desert, very dry and only scrub for vegetation, also flat and windy. Then there’s the mountains of the Drakensburg and Lesotho. Here it is alpine in climate, snowy an cold, can get cold in summer too. Snow on the very high tops of the range. Then, the South coast is also very green but it is slightly cooler in the winter, with rain throughout the year. The Cape is next, here it matches the Mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and mild wet winters, very scenic. In fact a lot of S.A is scenic. There are a lot of wilderness areas in S.A. and hopefully it will stay that way. But as growth in industry and trade increases, we will see many of these areas gone in the next fifty or so years. I think the record is for a place called Sutherland. This place is in the mountainous regions in the north west of the country, I think it was -15 celcius.In Pretoria, not even 100km from us, its always 2-4 degrees Celcius warmer than here, especially in winter as it lies lower than Krugersdorp or Johannesburg. We also have the most white people and asian people than the rest of Africa. I grew up in the age of apartheid. We suffered discrimination like back folks did in the US, but here it was instituted by the government, the church and the white people. But apartheid i over and we must live our lives. Its been 14 years since S.A became a democratic republic. I’ve read quite a bit about Alaska, I’ve seen much on Discovery and National Geographic. I bet the air is clean and fresh and the winters cold. I could never even imagine staying where you are. I’ll take the bush and the heat and all the animals over having to stay in London, let alone Alaska. Still it is one of the few last wild places on earth and I’d love to visit in the summer. We speak English, but with a S.A twang. Not unlike Carlize Theron when she was interviewed in her early days in Hollywood. Now she sounds like a yank ;-D. But regionally the accents change and slangs are mutually unintelligible. I also speak Afrikaans, IsiZulu and Setswana. We have 11 official languages, owing to the diversity of people living here. Anyways I think that is todays lesson. take care my friend, and all the best. Tell me about your place please? Cheers! Stokes

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02/14/2008 01:22.31 AM Report This Comment
Nice Piranha!!
Oh my God, you actually have a piranha!! I believe Alaska is one of the few places where one is able to keep them. They are forbidden to keep or trade in, a total ban unless its at the zoos or national aquariums. I love lions yes, apart from being the name of my favourite rugby team, they are endemic to the region in which I live. Leopards also make good subjects, but that is if you can track them. At Lion Park I even got to be in a pen of a small pride, got to touch and play with their manes too. These were taken at Ngonyama Krugersdorp Game Reserve, but there is a special breeding program, not so far off from where I stay, where they breed lions and also South China and Bengal tigers. These species are being bred and grown in the African wilderness, as they fare better here than in Asia, where poaching has reduced them to a few specimens. How’s it like living here, I suppose its OK. In South Africa we have the best of both the first and third worlds. Like we have tarred roads, a good infra-structure to support trade and industry, but nice outback regions for exploring game viewing, bird watching as well as cultural attractions like Zululand. My area is known for its gold, so there are many mines where I stay, with gold being one of our top exports. We also grow crops like maize and wheat, tobacco, fruits like apples, oranges, bananas, litchis, watermelon, mangos, sugar cane and timber. Grapes are grown for winemaking, our wine making tradition goes back to the French Huguenots who escaped persecution and settled the wine-making region in the Cape. I live about 55km from where I live. We have to travel far to the city to work. On my way to work it is mostly rural areas where cattle, sheep and goats. Although most wildlife are behind fences these days, there are rogue animals that sometimes escape and take the livestock. Its summer now, so its hot and sticky, mostly the sun shines but we have short thunderstorms and rain. There are lots of bugs and mosquitoes. You cannot just drink out of any rivers and such, there are horrid diseases and parasites that can cause death. Walking in the bush you must be on the lookout for scorpions, snakes and smaller cats like caracal and serval. Their bites carry tetanus and rabies. Baboons and monkeys are a common occurrence in some areas, but lucky for us we do not live in such areas where monkeys and baboons descend upon a town and wreak havoc, teasing dogs and other pets, raiding kitchens and taking clothes of the line. Many are killed and beaten, but really its not the monkeys fault. They come in search of food, but baboons can inflict a nasty bite. On the East coast its warm and tropical, further west is the Lowveld, which has the Kruger National Park, lots of wildlife and beautiful scenery, subtropical. Then my area is Gauteng, more industrialized than other provinces. But we live on the savannah called the Highveld, where grass and shrubs with few trees grow. Also higher lying so its warm in summer and co

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02/14/2008 01:18.54 AM Report This Comment
thanks my friend heres a vote..><}}}">

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02/11/2008 05:39.20 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for the vote this tank is about 4 years old most of the corals started as 1 to 2 inch frags.
Your piranha looks great, when i lived up north i had two black piranha in a 90 gal, they are one of my favorites. hers a vote.

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02/06/2008 06:04.51 PM Report This Comment
Nice job of photographing your fish a vote for you

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01/24/2008 10:17.01 AM Report This Comment
Hi from Son's Betta
Thank you for the Congrats.Heres a vote for you to.That is an awesome pic.See ya.

shannon, Temple, PA.

01/23/2008 11:53.25 AM Report This Comment
Thank you for the vote here's one for you.

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01/23/2008 07:20.21 AM Report This Comment
Hi thanks for visiting me, you have a beautiful set up and fish! Here's a vote for you too. To answer your question about my 3 gal reef--it's not that hard to keep, I just test for salinity weekly and add RO/DI H20 when needed, Oh! and every now and then a drop of Calcium, Iodine, Strontium & Molybdenum.

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01/18/2008 10:40.24 AM Report This Comment
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