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post #481 of 1382 (permalink) Old 10-15-2012, 06:35 PM
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Oh yeah, the mustard boy. he's quite a looker! which shrimps are you considering?


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i found "social groups" under the navigation bar marked "Quicklinks" here on TPT. It doesn't appear to be used much but i'd like to see if this would be of interest to anyone.

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post #482 of 1382 (permalink) Old 10-15-2012, 07:17 PM
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Actually, I threatened the daughter that I would throw her pony in the toilet if she didn't behave. Whenever she steps out of line now, all I have to say is Toilet Sprinkle. Like a charm.
Haha, there ya go

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Oh yeah, the mustard boy. he's quite a looker! which shrimps are you considering?
definitely some kind of neo... What evers cheap. gtus rillis most possibly
im still a shrimp noob
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post #484 of 1382 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 01:54 AM
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Anybody watch Fish Tank Kings on National Geographic?

Some of the tanks they build are amazing!
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No but walking dead is back on!!!

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No but walking dead is back on!!!
did you watch it Sunday night? I didn't know what to watch wound up watching The Mist on Sy-Fy, good movie terrible ending...for the main charachter,ugh. Walking Dead will be on sometime during the week I want
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I remeber watching that. Its based on an old stephen king novel. Its amazing to see how people are in a crisis, at least to me. I'm also watch modern family, csi, & fringe which have come back this season. I normally download all these shows and watch on the iPod on the way to work at my one pace.

There's also the talking dead hosted by chris hardwick, which seems like a commentary on each episode. I haven't watched any of those but always loved commentaries in films. I wonder where the group will go this season as they have been through so much together already losing some of their core characters along the way.

Looking forward to game of thrones as well. Camelot was sort of poorly written with weak acting. Not sute if it was picked up for a new season.

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Between this forum and all your shows that you watch...where do you even sneak in some sleep?





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I remeber watching that. Its based on an old stephen king novel. Its amazing to see how people are in a crisis, at least to me. I'm also watch modern family, csi, & fringe which have come back this season. I normally download all these shows and watch on the iPod on the way to work at my one pace.

There's also the talking dead hosted by chris hardwick, which seems like a commentary on each episode. I haven't watched any of those but always loved commentaries in films. I wonder where the group will go this season as they have been through so much together already losing some of their core characters along the way.

Looking forward to game of thrones as well. Camelot was sort of poorly written with weak acting. Not sute if it was picked up for a new season.
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post #489 of 1382 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 05:50 PM
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What a wonderful work environment i have. The guy next to me decides to have smelly fish for lunch at his desk. The lady a few feet away frequently takes off her shoes and goes to town with a pumice stone. powder, shavings or whatever just sort of collecting on the desk and carpet.

Thankfully none of this goes on simultaneously. Doesnt it seem like some people have been here way too long...

Well time to take a lunch break, by hook or crook...

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Saw my ricefish from Rachel today with eggs. She swam with em for a while and I tried to grab a pic but it was unfocused. Tried again later and they were gone...don't expect anything out of it really, since I'm sure all the fish in there are opportunists.
What kind of ricefish?
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Woworae!

Albert-wtf? Sadly im omw to work and gunna be late oi just sitting in the train sttion waiting for the train to leave already sigh
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What a wonderful work environment i have. The guy next to me decides to have smelly fish for lunch at his desk. The lady a few feet away frequently takes off her shoes and goes to town with a pumice stone. powder, shavings or whatever just sort of collecting on the desk and carpet.

Thankfully none of this goes on simultaneously. Doesnt it seem like some people have been here way too long...

Well time to take a lunch break, by hook or crook...


One time I took a bus to AC, and the lady in charge of the bus had to tell this guy to put his shoes back on...it was sticking up the whole bus!
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What a wonderful work environment i have. The guy next to me decides to have smelly fish for lunch at his desk. The lady a few feet away frequently takes off her shoes and goes to town with a pumice stone. powder, shavings or whatever just sort of collecting on the desk and carpet.

Thankfully none of this goes on simultaneously. Doesnt it seem like some people have been here way too long...

Well time to take a lunch break, by hook or crook...

Oh my goodness! Pumice stone?
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The lady a few feet away frequently takes off her shoes and goes to town with a pumice stone. powder, shavings or whatever just sort of collecting on the desk and carpet.
So that's where you get all that calcium powder!!
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That's one untapped resource which will remain untapped. LOL

i would think that powder would kill all your livestock...

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