Emoti-Con Indy continue to deny that they are affiliated with Dashcon despite
- The date and venue set for Emoti-Con 2015 being exactly the same as initially set for Dashcon 2015
- The Indianapolis Convention Centre now having the details for Emoti-Con 2015 but still linking to the now-defunct Dashcon website
- Having two of the three Dashcon admins (Megg Eli and Cain Hopkins) in charge
- There being little to no difference re: text between the Dashcon website and the Emoti-Con website
- Being listed on AnimeCons as “Formerly Dashcon”
- Being exposed on The Daily Dot as being just DashCon in all but name
- Leaving their last venture thousands of dollars in debt and being unable to pay multiple panelists, guests and attendees
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Anonymous said: I've just had a terrible idea. I'm going to start a project where I make fan dragons for the Bad Dragon characters. (You know, dragon dildos.)
That should be… interesting.
I’m honestly surprised BadDragon is banned… like you can’t ban everything with a negative connotation - it’s a fucking game for 13+, but few 13 year olds know what it means anyway. If anything trying to name it and not knowing why could lead them to search up what’s so wrong about “BadDragon”. But if you were to ban every name with a sexual connotation you’d run out of names. What about porn star names?
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I’m starting to think the people who design the holiday stuff just hate Arcane cause they have the worst apparel items I swear.
I like the orb, I just feel it’s weirdly placed and looks really C&P’d on to each dragon - almost like it isn’t supposed to be there? I don’t know. I think it’s cute, though. The familiar is super adorable.
Next time you go walking around barefoot in the water…
No worries, that’s a Bobbit Worm. They live on the ocean floor, and unless you’re able to withstand a ton of pressure, you likely wouldn’t have your toesies nipped off by one since they live deeper than people walk on the ocean floor.
Bobbit Worms are kinda cool. And they were named after Laurena Bobbit, who cut off her abusive husband’s penis and threw it out of her car window as she drove off.
Anyone have info on dwarf gouramis? I’ve seen some conflicting information on them, and I am possibly interested in having one or two, if they can be kept in pairs, in my 20 L after Canvas passes.
What I’ve gathered so far…
Tank size: 5-20 G with some saying a minimum of 24” in length.
Parameters: About the same as a betta; however, slightly cooler waters with a max temperature at 79 F.
Attitude: Overall very peaceful.
Plants: Some say you need hardy plants with these guys instead of more delicate plants???
Supposedly its hard to find females in the trade these days? If kept in a pair, it should be a male and female and not two males.
If you mean 20 litres, then no, if you mean 20gal, then go ahead! I would personally put 15gal as the minimum for a single DG, 20gal as a minimum for a trio (admittedly I don’t have much experience with T lalius so a lot of this is from others’ experiences and my experience with other gourami species).
Here in NZ up until recently it’s been very hard to find females as they were never imported (they once got in on an accidental import, then people started ordering more).
Attitude: Typically peaceful, unless nesting.
Dwarf gourami males can be pretty territorial. It’s possible to keep 3 males - the aggression is spread, but you need lots of room for space and ideally keep them in conditions where they aren’t going to start nesting (eg use light water movement). The issue is that DG are heavily inbred and prone to disease - my concern with 3 males is that wounds can quite easily become infected. You also want to have a spare tank in case you end up with an aggressor.
IMO with gourami you want to keep trios, not pairs. When nesting males can put a lot of pressure on females, and keeping trios helps to spread this so that it’s not a single female stressing out. IME female gourami also seem to hang out together. I find trios of gourami much less stressful overall.
As someone mentioned DGD (iridovirus), I’d recommend a QT for them. There are other gourami species that can get DGD, though. I mean, typically, I’d recommend QT for all fish anyway. But if there’s disease these guys will be the first to catch it so QT is well worth it.
Bar and Daub come out and I’m on slower internet for two days… typical D:
So do we think having to go to www1 will ever get fixed (along with it logging me out sometimes when I go to messages)?