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Old 08-14-2005, 08:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Apparently, I am speaking at www.gcas.org meeting there in Cincy Sept 25th, Sunday.

John is commuting down from Indy so if folks wanna car pool, they may.

It looks more like as fish club but if a strong plant bunch(SWOAPE) decides they'd like a special presentation, we can certainly work one in there.
You guys pick the topic/s.

I can do this prior to the main meeting, or Sat, Sept 24th in the evening etc.
Got funny tank issues? Drag me over over the weekend at some point.

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Old 08-15-2005, 04:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Apparently, I am speaking at www.gcas.org meeting there in Cincy Sept 25th, Sunday. It looks more like as fish club but if a strong plant bunch(SWOAPE) decides they'd like a special presentation, we can certainly work one in there.
Some of us have been looking forward to this GCAS meeting since early in the year. GCAS is mainly a fish club but they have a good Horticulture Awards Program. Though I'm not sure if any of the SWOAPE members participate in it. I don't know if I would call us a "strong" plant bunch but we are growing We would be more than willing to have you give us a presentation.

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You guys pick the topic/s. I can do this prior to the main meeting, or Sat, Sept 24th in the evening etc. Got funny tank issues? Drag me over over the weekend at some point.
I'll get with the others in the group and see if we can pick a topic or two and set a place and time. I'm sure we all have a tank issue or two we could use some help on Thanks for the offer Tom!
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Ive got issues all right.

After using your fert method for low light tanks, only issue i now is Cyanobateria. The sources is unknown. A three day black out helped, but after a month and a half...its coming back...
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Save your questions!

I can predict what Tom will say to "the source is unknown" - the spores/bacteria are everywhere. Airborn. They get in no matter what. Whether they have a chance to thrive is another issue.

Tom recommends blackouts, but you could also try Maracyn. The main thing is to keep those nitrates up!
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That is awesome. I can have a whole bunch of questions for you when you get here. I will even buy your steak Tom. This is an awesome opportunity for us. Maybe we could have a small get together on Sat evening.
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Sounds good, I don't eat beef, but them Discus do look might tasty


So I'll come up with a few things for you all and then do a more general meeting presentation at the Society on Sun.

Sun AM I think I can go around to folk's tanks and do some fixing.

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Sounds good, I don't eat beef, but them Discus do look might tasty
I don't know how big Jim's Discus are but mine would hardly be an appetizer at this point. Maybe between both of us...
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I have 8 Discus. You have 3. We should be able to hook up some nice appetizers at least. Maybe some crab stuffed Discus on a bed of mushroom and pea risotto, with sauted asparagus.... sorry. Work flashbacks.

I would gladly welcome you in to do some fixin'. That would be awesome. I might actually have a decent tank by then.
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Discus burgers? booo....

A Saturday night cookout/meeting sounds great to me. I prefer not to eat beef either, but I'm all for some grilled chicken and veggies! Oh, can't forget the mac 'n cheese either.

Tom, do you live in Kentucky? Indiana?
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I was born in Lexington, KY, grew up in Bloomington, IN.
I live in CA near the Bay area.

Dead bird sounds good. 2 legs or no legs works well.
Not a moral thing, I just lost the taste after working at a meat cutter for 12 years. Now I'm a professor, go figure...........

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