You're taking this all too seriously. Everything's cool.
I suppose it bothers me because I will be compelled to view. It's another couple hundred bucks out of my pocket. I also feel compelled to bitch about it, because that's what we do.
Fuck you, George Lucas. Fuck you.
Actually, America was gearing up to join the war just before the bombing of Pearl Harbor. They also contributed very significantly previously to that from a resources standpoint.
Same deal here....I was going in for a quick Macgyver fix, perhaps some things are best left to memory.
Wait, maybe with some bubble-gum, a proxy, and my shoelace.....ahhhhhhh, that's it. Yes, it's as bad as I remember.
One important thing to know about puffer-fish is that their teeth grow quite rapidly and can get too big if not fed the right diet. If the teeth grow too big the puffer will not be able to eat and will starve. One of their favourite foods in the wild is the snail. The shell of a snail is enough to wear down the puffers teeth as he chomps through it.
Gung-Ho has a new homey, a Sri-Lankan Red-Claw crab. Not my idea, but now that I've gotten rid of all of the guppies in the tank I listened to the gf when she asked if she could have him. Funny thing is that he's so afraid that the puffer will eat him that he doesn't come out at all.
Nothing interesting to say, I'm removing all of the guppies tonight. The number of them is close to thirty now...definitely too many fish for a medium sized tank.
Julie wants to get a new crab for the tank, I'm not completely sold as I don't want to have to arrange the tank for a crab to get out of the water. Will have to research the specific type of crab it is.
Gung Ho seems to be doing just great, I was concerned that he wasn't eating properly, but I think that was only due to stress as he seems to be eating fine now.
Went to the Aquarium shop and got him some frozen blood-worms, those seem to be going over very well with both him and the guppies. It's very amusing to see the guppies after having eaten the blood-worms as their stomachs turn bright red.
I'm currently re-reading Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson (very chic in the
Accidentally clicked the link to look at my journal and realized that it was utterly devoid of content. This is just not something that I want to have be. So, here we are in my journal, I think I'll make the topic my new fish as he was acquired this afternoon.