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  #11  
Old November 17th 08, 07:58 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_4_]
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On Nov 17, 11:41*am, John Smith wrote:
Andy Pastuszak wrote:
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**** actually is not a good source of ammonia. *Urine has diluted UREA
in it, not ammonia. *The nitrogenous waste byproduct by animal groups
that I know of a
...
Andy


Absolutely correct. *However, often you will hear the "experts/gurus"
start the nitrogen cycle with ammonia, [ammonia - nitrites - nitrates.]

However, it is actually, [urea - ammonia - nitrites - nitrates.]
And, urea is actually 90-95% percent of the solids in urine. *So, it
gets a much more "natural" nitrogen cycle going in your tanks if you
begin with urea; as, micro-organisms/phytoplankton/algaes/etc. break the
molecular bonds of urea to ammonia in the first place; you need these
organisms also ...

Regards,
JS


See Andy, your wrong, dumbass. Its that smegma that falls off your
dick in to your fish tank that gets it stinking like your momma
smells. There is a difference in **** to getting a tank started and
merely douching your momma and wife in it, or I guess in your case
your boyfriend.
  #12  
Old November 18th 08, 03:28 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
ReelMcKoi
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"Andy Pastuszak" wrote in message
...
Can anyone give me a source for ammonia so I can do some fishless tank
cycling? All the grocery stores near me have ammonia, but it has
surfactant in it.

Andy

===========================
I can't find pure ammonia either. You can ad some fish food like Shrimp
Pellets. I tried that in the past and it worked.
--
RM....
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Old November 18th 08, 02:11 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_4_]
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On Nov 17, 9:28*pm, "ReelMcKoi" wrote:
"Andy Pastuszak" wrote in message

... Can anyone give me a source for ammonia so I can do some fishless tank
cycling? *All the grocery stores near me have ammonia, but it has
surfactant in it.


Andy


===========================
I can't find pure ammonia either. *You can ad some fish food like Shrimp
Pellets. I tried that in the past and it worked.
--
RM....
~~~~ *}((((* *~~~ * }{{{{(


Won;t work RM........................Johnnie Smith the know it all did
not think of that.............its too simple to do it that
way...........now lets just set back and listen to his list of why its
not a good idea to use a few shrimp pellets or flakes of fish food to
iniate a cycle.................LIke Johnnie Boi said, the only proper
way is to buy "Prilled Urea" in 80# sacks so you have a
lifetime.......supply....Hmmmmmmmmmwhy even bother seeing with old
filter media with 80# of prilled urea laying around geting hard as a
rock form humidity.............Hey Johnnie BOi..........anyone ever
tell you that your a real ****ing asshole? If not, let me be the
first.YOur a real ****ing asshole dude! Understand 100% why you hang
your hat in Kornifornia now!
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Old November 18th 08, 05:25 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_2_]
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John Smith wrote:


Won;t work RM........................Johnnie Smith the know it all did
not think of that.............its too simple to do it that
way...........now lets just set back and listen to his list of why its
not a good idea to use a few shrimp pellets or flakes of fish food to
iniate a cycle.................LIke Johnnie Boi said, the only proper
way is to buy "Prilled Urea" in 80# sacks so you have a
lifetime.......supply....Hmmmmmmmmmwhy even bother seeing with old
filter media with 80# of prilled urea laying around geting hard as a
rock form humidity.............Hey Johnnie BOi..........anyone ever
tell you that your a real ****ing asshole? If not, let me be the
first.YOur a real ****ing asshole dude! Understand 100% why you hang
your hat in Kornifornia now!


Ahhh, once again, time to PLONK! you. Now don't be afraid or lonely, in
a week or two, I will un-plonk you and check on your mental stability
and health once again ... hope you don't have to spend your food stamps
on more booze and drugs and being forced into having to self-medicate
yourself.

Best wishes,
good luck,
stiff upper lip man!
JS
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Old November 18th 08, 09:53 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_4_]
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On Nov 18, 11:25*am, John Smith wrote:
John Smith wrote:

Won;t work RM........................Johnnie Smith the know it all did
not think of that.............its too simple to do it that
way...........now lets just set back and listen to his list of why its
not a good idea to use a few shrimp pellets or flakes of fish food to
iniate a cycle.................LIke Johnnie Boi said, the only proper
way is to buy "Prilled Urea" in 80# sacks so you have a
lifetime.......supply....Hmmmmmmmmmwhy even bother seeing with old
filter media with 80# of prilled urea laying around geting hard as a
rock form humidity.............Hey Johnnie BOi..........anyone ever
tell you that your a real ****ing asshole? If not, let me be the
first.YOur a real ****ing asshole dude! Understand 100% why you hang
your hat in Kornifornia now!


Ahhh, once again, time to PLONK! you. *Now don't be afraid or lonely, in
a week or two, I will un-plonk you and check on your mental stability
and health once again ... hope you don't have to spend your food stamps
on more booze and drugs and being forced into having to self-medicate
yourself.

Best wishes,
good luck,
stiff upper lip man!
JS


LIke your plonking me means a ****ing thing JOhnnie
BOi............get a clue you do not mean a thing to me just like
your wife and momma..........****ing moron! As for being stiff, its
my dick thats stiff that your wife is enjoying at the moment.
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Old November 21st 08, 05:07 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
Andy Pastuszak
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On Tue, 18 Nov 2008 09:25:56 -0800, John Smith wrote:

John Smith wrote:


Won;t work RM........................Johnnie Smith the know it all did
not think of that.............its too simple to do it that
way...........now lets just set back and listen to his list of why its
not a good idea to use a few shrimp pellets or flakes of fish food to
iniate a cycle.................LIke Johnnie Boi said, the only proper
way is to buy "Prilled Urea" in 80# sacks so you have a
lifetime.......supply....Hmmmmmmmmmwhy even bother seeing with old
filter media with 80# of prilled urea laying around geting hard as a
rock form humidity.............Hey Johnnie BOi..........anyone ever
tell you that your a real ****ing asshole? If not, let me be the
first.YOur a real ****ing asshole dude! Understand 100% why you hang
your hat in Kornifornia now!


Ahhh, once again, time to PLONK! you. Now don't be afraid or lonely, in
a week or two, I will un-plonk you and check on your mental stability
and health once again ... hope you don't have to spend your food stamps
on more booze and drugs and being forced into having to self-medicate
yourself.

Best wishes,
good luck,
stiff upper lip man!
JS


The ignore feature of Pan just came in real handy....

Peace and quiet again...

Andy
  #17  
Old November 21st 08, 07:52 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_2_]
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Andy Pastuszak wrote:

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The ignore feature of Pan just came in real handy....

Peace and quiet again...

Andy


Yes, my mother warned me about "people" like "it", just lucky not to
have encountered many in my life, I guess ... and unless I venture into
the "questionable" parts of the city here, I never encounter such vile
creatures ... perhaps we are fortunate to have "it"--"it" keeps us aware
of the dangers of such human dregs ... and, "it" provides us with a good
argument as to why owning a gun is NOT all paranoia!

Regards,
JS
  #18  
Old November 21st 08, 03:28 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_4_]
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On Nov 21, 1:52*am, John Smith wrote:
Andy Pastuszak wrote:
...
The ignore feature of Pan just came in real handy....


Peace and quiet again...


Andy


Yes, my mother warned me about "people" like "it", just lucky not to
have encountered many in my life, I guess ... *and unless I venture into
the "questionable" parts of the city here, I never encounter such vile
creatures ... perhaps we are fortunate to have "it"--"it" keeps us aware
of the dangers of such human dregs ... and, "it" provides us with a good
argument as to why owning a gun is NOT all paranoia!

Regards,
JS


better get back on your drugs and meds Johnnie LIttle dick lover
Smith...your starting to hallucinate again................Oh Andy
****inyourasshole (think I spelled your last name right LOL) your
kill filter is only as good as I allow it to be. You'll still wander
into threads and see my posts you ****ing dumb moron!
  #19  
Old November 21st 08, 04:32 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
Larry Blanchard
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On Fri, 21 Nov 2008 05:07:35 +0000, Andy Pastuszak wrote:

The ignore feature of Pan just came in real handy....

Peace and quiet again...

Andy


Yep - yours is the first message that's gotten through my filters in
several days. And I won't see all the asinine responses this post will
trigger.

The only reason I keep checking this newsgroup is in case someone new
requests some help with something. And to see if the assholes are ever
going to give up - apparently not :-).

  #20  
Old November 21st 08, 10:35 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_2_]
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Larry Blanchard wrote:

...
Yep - yours is the first message that's gotten through my filters in
several days. And I won't see all the asinine responses this post will
trigger.

The only reason I keep checking this newsgroup is in case someone new
requests some help with something. And to see if the assholes are ever
going to give up - apparently not :-).


Well, thanks!

But then, we are just happy for your success, no reason to waste
bandwidth with "verbiage", just enjoy it! I do ... :-)

Regards,
JS
 




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