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Swim bladder disease feeding question or is it just a fat asseddoomed pig of a goldie?



 
 
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Old December 9th 08, 06:58 AM posted to rec.ponds
John Smith[_2_]
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Default Swim bladder disease feeding question or is it just a fat asseddoomed pig of a goldie?

John Smith wrote:
.............or see how longi t can stay sober ina glass of beer

or Scotch.that should prove interesting, Let him pickle i that drink
for awhile and you can hang it from a christmas tree as an ornament
later on........wouldlook nice under the angel or star on top.


Hmmm, didn't look like it worked, for the goldfish--or you!

Sober up. Post back later, IDIOT!

Regards,
JS
 




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