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Re: Could someone FORWARD me the . . .
BTW, It was what I would do *if* my tanks were in a basement. I just use a
simple, direct siphon to the garden, as my tanks are all above grade. I do
use the pump for refill, tho. The siphon line has to have a piece of panty
hose across the inlet to keep babies in the house.
On losing messages:
Netscape messenger does it automatically, and I have to empty my "trash"
every month or so, but I notice that many mail editors dump messages
irretrievably, unless you go in and reset the preferences to save the mail
on your computer's hard drive. It is never a good idea to save them on the
server, which AOL used to offer as an option.
I find it *most* useful to be able to use the search engine to whip through
the last 3 or 4 months of messages to get a vital e-mail addy or re-read an
old one before posting the same thing again. As my (wetware) memory gets
worse, I find the hardware does a neat job of keeping me from total
> -----Cypher----- wrote:
> Hi could someone forward me the e-mail that Wright Huntley sent about the
> water changes I am sorry but I deleated it and I am sure someone has it.
> It was his method of doing water changes. Please send it if you have it!
> THANKS AGAIN
> C - Y - P - H - E - R
> (a.k.a. Grant Baker)
> cypher at cromas_net
> "When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on."
> -Thomas Jefferson
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
If it ain't broke, don't fix it -- and, especially,
don't let politicians fix it. ... Thomas Sowell
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