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    Quote Originally Posted by 850R View Post
    You should have returned him any of the other times you said you were going to. But you didn't.

    and also:

    You should have returned him any of the other times you said you were going to. But you didn't.

    I hope that point is clear.

    Now according to the thread title [& all the included exclamation marks involved] he has been exposed to ich. You HAVE to tell them this, Have you even asked them if they will take it? You really should.

    Do you think they are going to take it and nurse it back to health? That is not what happens to fish that are sick and taken to the LFS.

    No - Fix the Ich.
    So you r saying I should fix the ick before I return it

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    0 Not allowed!
    Definite troll on our hands.

    Normal humans beings understand the sentence "Fix the ich"

    thanks for your time and effort troll. it was worth it, but your time here is over. Please go back under your bridge.

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    [QUOTE=850R;1129920]You should have returned him any of the other times you said you were going to. But you didn't.

    and also:

    You should have returned him any of the other times you said you were going to. But you didn't.

    I hope that point is clear.

    Now according to the thread title [& all the included exclamation marks involved] he has been exposed to ich. You HAVE to tell them this, Have you even asked them if they will take it? You really should.

    Do you think they are going to take it and nurse it back to health? That is not what happens to fish that are sick and taken to the LFS.

    No - Fix the Ich.


    Quote Originally Posted by mizzoutank View Post
    Definite troll on our hands.

    Normal humans beings understand the sentence "Fix the ich"

    thanks for your time and effort troll. it was worth it, but your time here is over. Please go back under your bridge.
    Ok I am not fluente in English
    It's hard for me to understand
    So u are very rude.
    Don't criticize me if you don't know me.
    saying normal people understand is mean.
    Ur an jerk

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    This thread is now closed due to the drama
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
    Fishless Cycle Cycling with Fish Marine Aquarium Info [URL="http://saltwater.aquaticcommunity.com/"]

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