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    www.ratemyfishtank.com


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    ROTFLMAO

    Rate My Fish Tank??!!!?!?!

    Amusing... it looks as if you've deployed a pre-packed content/rating management system, which provides your site with known functionality and design - that was a good idea, considering the nature of the site (you wouldn't want to spend a lot of time reinventing the wheel here).

    I only wish that I had a fish tank to get reviewed... just hilarious.
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    I like the concept too. It's (seemingly) original. I'm not a big fan of the hover styles for links though.

    FYI: Everything looks as I think it should in Mozilla in KDE on FreeBSD.
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    Originally posted by jharnois
    I like the concept too. It's (seemingly) original. I'm not a big fan of the hover styles for links though.

    FYI: Everything looks as I think it should in Mozilla in KDE on FreeBSD.
    Sweet, I know alot of IT people have saltwater tanks and a percentage of them do run linux, I've looked at my awstats and a good portion do use nix browsers.
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    I know alot of IT people have saltwater tanks and a percentage of them do run linux
    You can get a fish tank that runs linux?
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    Originally posted by Enterprise
    You can get a fish tank that runs linux?
    You could probally write a program that runs in linux that works off of a flash card that automates the powerheads to do a wavemaker system with a rotating tumbler of random numbers that would be converted into minutes for each powerhead to go on and then in theroy correctly simulate teh wave pattern of an actual reef with a total cost fo 500 dollars in parts. Or you can buy a power strip for 30 ucks that does it for you.

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