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Thread: Angkor Wat

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    Hmmmm... That does seem tricky. My first thought was to take something like a PVC pipe, cut it in half long-ways so that it resembles something like a rain gutter, then drill holes along the pipe to distribute the outflow along the whole length, but I'm not sure if that will give enough oomph to circulate the water if the outflow is just trickling out of a bunch of small holes... Not only that, you're going to have limited space to work with depending on how high you plan on keeping the water level....hanging a trough under the AC will probably take up two or three inches....



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    Exactly. I think I'm going to actually have to cut into the side of the outlet, up fairly high, and install a dam to make the water flow out the hole and into the pipe/trough. It's going to involve industrial amounts of silicone glue, I think.

    Oh, well, if I destroy my HOB trying to fix it, Mrs. Badger will HAVE to buy me a canister filter. There's always a silver lining.

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    That is a great way to look at the situation, glass is always half full with the possibilities of the cup spilling over with benefits, lol. (look-2 cliches in one! )
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    Hey, Boof, here's the review I wrote of Ecology the first time I read it. Might either pique your interest, or kill it entirely. :) As for me, I'm looking forward to trying this again.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...d.php?t=112671

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    Well...We lost my mom this past Wednesday night. I'm up in Northern Wyoming with my dad; the funeral is tomorrow. She had horrendous health problems for a very long time, and in a way I've been prepared for this for years...but you never think it's going to happen *now.* My dad was her full-time caregiver for the past ten years or so, and it's very tough on him. Those of you who are believers, please keep him in your prayers. He'll be OK--he's a Wyoming Old-Timer, made out of rawhide and beef jerky, and he'll get through OK. But it's hard to watch him suffer.

    Here's a tribute I wrote about my mom. A lot of my friends on here are thinking people, and I hope this gets you thinking in a good direction.

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    Something you Should Know About My Mom:

    I have a lot of athlete friends, and I've seen some of you do some truly inspiring things. At times, I am even think I might be something of an athlete myself. It's an addicting feeling, making one's body do things that just don't seem possible.

    But let me tell you something about endurance. My mom suffered from trigeminal neuralgia which gave her excruciating pain, non-stop, for forty years of her life.

    One of her doctors once told me that it felt like having a tooth pulled with no anesthesia.

    All the time. For forty years.

    Take a moment to try to imagine that. Experts call this a "suicide disease," because it wreaks such complete havoc on the body and mind.

    But my mom never quit. She never gave up. Just surviving this disease is impressive, but mom did more than that. Through all her pain, through three brain surgeries and two open-heart surgeries and kidney failure and three dozen other things that would have killed most of us, she never quit smiling. She never quit helping people. She never quit living her trust in God. She tapped into God's grace, and Jesus' courage, and she never stopped smiling. Right now, her office downstairs is littered with thank-you cards from people to whom she gave courage and contact info for people she was counseling. She talked several people "down from the ledge."

    So, tell me about your endurance sports and your finish lines; show me pictures of your rock climbs and your huge hikes, and I'll be happy with you. Heck, I might even join you now and then. But I've seen REAL endurance. Winning a race? Overcoming an injury? Pffffff. Mom just crossed the only finish line that matters.

    What are you doing with your life? Who are you helping? What kind of medal are you going to receive from God when you reach the other side?

    That's all that matters.

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    Tom, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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    ...and here's a piece of music my mom made up on the piano when I was just a little guy. Once I grew up and became a composer, I arranged and recorded it. Enjoy.



    OK...back to fish tanks, I guess...I should be home Wednesday and back to work.
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    Sorry for your loss, your mom sounds like a very courageous person.
    My thoughts are with you and your family.
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    Thoughts and prayers coming your way, Tom....your mother sounds like a one-in-a-million type of lady....thank you for sharing your tribute and the song...give your Dad a big hug from all of us, and let us know if you need anything...you know we'll do what we can.

    God bless you and yours, and careful on your journey home.
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