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Originally Posted by Stone454 View Post
That's just a few. Google search Mycobacterium and see how closely they are related. Nevertheless they are different than what I originally posted.
Originally Posted by pgaron View Post
I get cuts and scrapes all the time and I am not even aware of most of them. I build alot of stuff. I do alot of projects around the house, I am fairly active. All it takes is an opening that we can take for granted is the point I am making. We currently have bacteria living on us as we walk and breathe everyday. We have bacteria inside us that can turn disastrous if conditions are ideal for them to take over. Bacteria does not choose to attack based on fish keeping/handling experience. All set aside, those that can careless, no one is stopping you from your 10,20 or 30 years worth of means and methods. For those that do care, a word from flight50, be conscience of what you do.
Last edited by flight50; 10-30-2013 at 03:32 AM. Reason: -