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Old December 17th 07, 04:32 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs, alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks, rec.ponds
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_3_]
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Default Territoryy: Fish Vs. Shrimp and do they taste like boiled shrimp

Pul the shrimp out of the tank,, and place in some boiling seasoned
water until they turn a bright pink / orange color. Remove and rinse
under cold water to keep from over cooking. Serve with melted
butter.ummmmmmmmmmm good **** there man................hard to beat
boiled fresh shrimp............

Disasterous release of dangerous substances..get a ****ing life
clown................the only disaster is you postingto this group and
having the normal flux of idiots like Kurt and Wayne guide
you...............go to a real web based forum where y u get real
answers in real time instead of a wannas be forum like this crap with
no telling what for an answer.dumbass! So did you really string her
bell............would that be like Lighting her fire?......

stringerbell wrote:
I added 5 Peppermint shrimp to my tank this weekend in order to try to
control an aptasia problem.
I did not foresee this problem:
The Shrimp are roughly the same size, shape and color as a Strawberry
Pseudochromis who has inhabited the 65 gallon space for about 8 months.
The Pseudy seems to actually be corralling the shrimp up into a corner of
the tank, very far away from said annoying anenomes.
I dont think I can re-arrange enough rock to fix this problem. Many of the
chunks are huge, foundational and were put in before substrate---so a
disasterous release of dangerous substances could ensue.
Any ideas on how to fix this one?
thanks again.............