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Old December 27th 07, 08:37 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
KurtG[_3_]
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Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads since
I got it. I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.

--Kurt
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Old December 27th 07, 08:47 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs, alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks, rec.ponds
KurtG[_4_]
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Default DSB Deep Stinking Buttholes how to clean out packed crap


KurtG wrote:
Any good recommendations for cleaning out deep butt holes of caked on crap build-up? I inherited a
love doll with a Deep Stinking Butthole, and I've been battling infectiouis issues and sticky dick ever since
I suspect that the DSB is loaded with **** naturally but how does one unpack those thjings.......unlike others in this goruop I am relatively new at packing and cleaning butt holes.

--Kurt, tha panty wearing ladyboi

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Old December 27th 07, 10:20 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Peter Pan[_2_]
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I found this article:

http://www2.hawaii.edu/~delbeek/gobies.html
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Old December 28th 07, 12:13 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs, alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks, rec.ponds
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Default DSB Deep Stinking Buttholes how to clean out packed crap

On Dec 27, 1:47*pm, KurtG wrote:
KurtG wrote:
Any good recommendations for cleaning out deep butt holes of caked on crap build-up? *I inherited a
love doll with a Deep Stinking Butthole, and *I've been battling infectiouis issues and sticky dick ever since
*I suspect that the DSB is loaded with **** naturally but how does one unpack those thjings.......unlike others in this goruop I am relatively new at packing and cleaning butt holes.


--Kurt, tha panty wearing ladyboi- Hide quoted text -


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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, if yuuor ****ing so called super duper filters are
working why the **** is it still that what I reply and post to getting
read.......your all a bunch of lying dumbasses in need of a good
education on kill filters ................Then again thats what
happens when you listen to a dumbass like Wayne or Kurt and
George.................who really know they do not know what the ****
they are talking about, but go through the moitions so they lkook good
to the sheeple that require their guidance like August, Pecker licker
Peter and a few others..what more can I say.DUMBASS"s
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Old December 28th 07, 12:16 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Wayne Sallee
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You could sell it as miracle mud. :-) hehe

I don't normally recommend vacuuming, but you could
vacuum it in small areas, going down just a little
into the sand, and run the dirty water into a
blue-jean filter, with the exiting water returning
to the sump, then dump the mud out of the blue-jean
filter into a bucket, and return the critters back
to the tank.

Wayne Sallee



KurtG wrote on 12/27/2007 2:37 PM:
Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads since
I got it. I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.

--Kurt

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Old December 28th 07, 02:30 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs, alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks, rec.ponds
KurtG[_4_]
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Default DSB Deep Stinking Buttholes how to clean out packed crap

On Dec 27, 5:13*pm, KurtG wrote:
On Dec 27, 1:47*pm, KurtG wrote:

KurtG wrote:
Any good recommendations for cleaning out deep butt holes of caked on crap build-up? *I inherited a
love doll with a Deep Stinking Butthole, and *I've been battling infectiouis issues and sticky dick ever since
*I suspect that the DSB is loaded with **** naturally but how does one unpack those thjings.......unlike others in this goruop I am relatively new at packing and cleaning butt holes.


--Kurt, tha panty wearing ladyboi- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, if yuuor ****ing so called super duper filters are
working why the **** is it still that what I reply and post to getting
read.......your all a bunch of lying dumbasses in need of a good
education on kill filters ................Then again thats what
happens when you listen to a dumbass like Wayne or Kurt and
George.................who really know they do not know what the ****
they are talking about, but go through the moitions so they lkook good
to the sheeple that require their guidance like August, Pecker licker
Peter and a few others..what more can I say.DUMBASS"s


Or as Wayne would go............heheheheheheheheheeh ya ****ing
dumbass
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Old December 28th 07, 04:17 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
George Patterson
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KurtG wrote:
Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads since
I got it. I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


Got any worms in your other tanks? Catch any that you can, and dump them in the
new one. Rd hermits are also good. Conchs work too.

George Patterson
Worry doesn't improve the future; it just ruins the present.
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Old March 1st 08, 06:25 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Mark Cooper
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KurtG wrote in
:


Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.

--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.

He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.

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Old March 2nd 08, 07:10 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.callahans
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default DSB Deep Stinking Buttholes how to clean out packed crap

On Mar 1, 11:25*am, Mark Cooper wrote:
KurtG wrote t:



Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? *I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. *I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.

He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.


hehehehehehe you dumbass!
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Old March 3rd 08, 02:16 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.callahans,alt.fan.prettyboy
ªºªandcarole(R)(tm)[_2_]
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Default DSB Deep Stinking Buttholes how to clean out packed crap

On Mar 2, 1:10�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"
wrote:
On Mar 1, 11:25�am, Mark Cooper wrote:





KurtG wrote t:


Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? �I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. �I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.


He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.


hehehehehehe you dumbass!


LOL!!!
 




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