The fun begins.....
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Hi George - see you are still here -how about an E???
Only the E
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I'll stick to the vowels for now - how about an A??
SAL - Sorry Val
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Oh well - we'll go with an I then???
bubble eye goldfish?
Amazing Nyack! How'd you get it so quick?
I think you're the new hangman.
I think you are right George, will you do it Nyack please?
Congrats Nyack - you definitely are quick!
in another group - we take turns doing the hangman game - that way no one person feels under pressure... Would you like to do a few Nyack? George will be gone for awhile starting sometime in this month - forget when George- would be nice if someone else could take over.
My op is on 21st, may have to go down a day or 2 earlier.
Thanks George - does anyone else want to host the game for awhile?
This is an amazing looking fish!
The Bubble Eye is a small variety of fancy goldfish with upward pointing eyes that are accompanied by two large fluid-filled sacs. It is a dorsal-less fish, and good specimens will have a clean back and eye bubbles well matched for colour and size. The bubbles are fragile and the fish should be kept separately from boisterous types and away from sharp tank decor, although the bubbles will regrow if punctured. Given proper accommodation, the bubbles do not disadvantage the fish and they become very tame.  It is known as suihogan in Japan.
The Bubble Eye normally has an evenly curved back that lacks a fin. The pair of large pouches of skin attached under its eyes jiggle as it swims. Bubble Eyes have metallic scales and they are similar to the celestial eye goldfish. The eyes of the Bubble Eye goldfish are normal in the young fry, but will start to develop eye bladders three months after hatching. Like ranchu, the bubble eye goldfish lacks in dorsal fin and has a double tail. They normally grow up to 6 to 8 inches in length. If one of their "Bubbles" pop by adding force to a "bubble" towards an object(I.E. a very pointy object or another bubble eye goldfish),there will be a risk of infection where the exposed sack. Most species of fishes are known to tear open or eat open one of the Bubble Eye's sacks.
Great information, Val! Yes, I will be more that happy to do a few until George gets back
I am SOOO far behind in my personal messages...I missed George's birthday yestereday. So sorry George... I hope it was a good one that will extend through the weekend!
Nyack so pleased you will do it!
George will still be here for awhile and then you can take over while he is recovering.. Thank you so much. He will be leaving around the 18th.