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i love Jim Fox's reaction to the Martinez goal..........he did not seem like a professional announcer just then...and  love the fact that he reacted more like a fan. great job guys for calling such an epic game, series, and playoffs. it was such a shame that you guys were not heard nationally (Bob and Jim).

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vote goes to the 2014 Stanley Cup winner Anze Kopitar!!!!!!!

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why would you have a venustus cichlid and a bumble bee cichlid which is also an african cichlid in your south american tank? ......you need to keep south americans with only south americans.....if you want to do an african tank then have only africans....you can't have the best of both worlds.....i know this video is a year old but somebody has to voice this.......if you are going to have a big tank then please take the time and do your research!!!!!!

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you damn right i'm happy, that i waited......can't wait to get my fish in my tank. those ngara flametails look amazing!!!!!!!! i'm currently setting up a 180gal and will be ordering more in a months time after the tank settles in.

yes, the price of the fish are high, but like some said....these fish are show quality fish that your LFS will never carry.

thanx again John....you rock!!!!!
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hard to tell what is fish and what is the background...................

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nice to see these back up..........

not sure if you went over your maintenance routine on your 240 or what you do with your other tanks in the shop, but i would like to know. and also how often do you feed your 240.

also one thing you did not mention is using a quarantine tank for any new fish you buy.....whether it is from buying online from KGT or from your lfs.....it is a good idea to do.

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ok i feel like i need to comment since this is old and this person who uploaded has not commented on it.......PLEASE FOR THOSE WHO OWN AFRICAN CICHLIDS.....DO NOT FEED YOUR FISH GOLDFISH. you should never really feed large cichlids in general goldfish for a bunch of reasons.

1. they are not very nutritional. unless you feed the goldfish food high in vitamins and minerals.
2. it makes large fish more aggressive
3. and lastly like someone said, goldfish are mast produced in very low water quality and kept in large populations together, thus they have a greater potential for carrying diseases or parasites that they can transfer to your fish.

it is not cruel like some would say.....it is nature......but just irresponsible.

luckily most of the africans that ate the goldfish were predatory fish anyways. but like some said the majority of these guys are herbivores or omnivores.

stick to pellets, flake and or frozen foods that have way more nutritional content and you will see less aggression and more color out of your fish.