Thread: Sunrise-sunset effect
06-08-2007, 03:49 AM #11
0Originally Posted by hungryhoundMoney can't buy happiness, but it sure can pay the rent.
06-08-2007, 03:56 AM #12
0Originally Posted by Drumachine09
My apologize to non-German speakers.....I've simply said that it was a pleasure to meet him and that I learned German for 3 years in High School and then also studied it in college. His German is also good, and I asked where he had learned German.
Didn't mean to turn this into a German feast, but since returning from my year in Germany I've had little opportunity to speak German. I now return you to my husband and hope that this translation helps some of you with this interesting DIY! Happy building!46g planted tank:
Pearl Gouramis, New Guinea Red Rainbowfish, Siamese algae eaters, Yoyo Loaches, Zebrafish, oto cats, L114 (aka Leopard cactus pleco)
30g planted tank:
Celestial Pearl Danios, Red Cherry Shrimp
20g long planted tank:
N strain Endlers Live bearers
Half moon betta (blue body, Yellow fins)
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06-08-2007, 04:08 AM #13
Nur halb zwei jahre in schule
Still learning, but its decent. The neighbors have a foreign exchange student from munchen, so we talk every now and then.Money can't buy happiness, but it sure can pay the rent.
06-08-2007, 04:20 AM #14
great article! i could read most of the german, and that makes sense since i am german! lol
06-08-2007, 04:47 AM #15
That sounds like a really interesting project, but I think that I'd like to avoid all of the electrical engineering stuff.
I'd much rather buy the thing pre-made.
THANKS A TON FOR TRANSLATING THOUGH!!!20 Gallon Freshwater Community Tank
06-08-2007, 05:03 AM #16
Guten abend Damen und Hoerren!!!
Ich spreche aush Deutch...!!! Ich habe Deutsche sprache vor zehn jahren gelaernt...!!!!
The question with the DIY project is if it can really work... If it can, I believe that the cost to build such is tiny... Maybe 20-30$...!______George______
Rio Negro biotope in 400 litres
..?..?..?.. biotope in 120 litres (reforming)