Re: NANFA-L-- Salt water natives
Tue, 30 May 2006 15:13:54 EDT

In a message dated 5/30/2006 6:54:07 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

Yes, they're fine, but have only limited appeal. I for one enjoy them
and have even spawned them in aquaria. ( Elacatinus, Ophioblennius sp. &
Serranus subligarius ) It's a shame that we can't all live near the beach.

Yes, it is a shame more of us don't live near the beach, lets do a kind of
survey to see how many of us there that live near the sea and might be
interested in salt water natives. At the very least we can make a note with our
e-mail contacts. So far you and me are the only ones interested.

Send in your name to be added to the petition to ban Dihydrogen monoxide.
Dihydrogen Monoxide is a very dangerous chemical. Death can directly result
from the ingestion of too large an amount of this chemical. It is found in all
manufactured foods and canned drinks. The average person already contains so
much of this chemical we sweat it out in large amounts on a hot day. Even
mothers milk contains this long lasting chemical. Lets do something about this
chemical before it's too late!
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