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^ Actually those nature aquariums are pretty low maintenance. You only replace about 15% of the water at any one time. You don't need to rip it apart for cleaning as the fungi in the soil breakdown the fish waste to make nitrates for the plants, etc.
Anyone have experience with the Pad and Quill case? http://padandquill.com/the-case-for-kindle.html It looks awesome.
I'll be there. Looking forward to it.
I'm new to the city and discovered the store yesterday. 5 floors with a bar on each, excellent. They're having a big big sale now, most items marked 50% off sticker + an additional 25% down. I also learned Wilkes sold to Mitchell's, http://www.mitchellsonline.com/, last year. The SF store will be undergoing major renovations this year.
Address: 1718 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115 Tel: 415-929-8883 http://www.adana-usa.com/index.php?main_page=afa_home Right by Japan town.
I stumbled into the ADA store in San Francisco yesterday. Amazing! Does anyone here still practice the hobby? I'm contemplating getting a small 30 cm setup on my desk.
What isn't Hu wearing a tuxedo to the state dinner?
I've had a J. Crew one for years.
I get shirts laundered when needed and use a steam to maintain upkeep in between. For pants I'm currently experimenting with Supercrease + steaming to maintain a sharp crease and wrinkle free lap.
Running shoes are fine to do anything in until you get too huge, then think about going flat. If on a budget, squat/deadlift shoeless.
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