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This topic contains 7 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  JazzBora150 7 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #301033

    JazzBora150
    Participant

    ill be really honest here

    i get the feeling i dont belong in this forum because i dont know anything
    about this section of fish keeping
    i feel real awkward because of the fact i know very little if really nothing at all
    and feel that i will back off untill i know a hell of a lot more than i do now
    ive been overwhelmed by the knowlegde of everyone ive chatted to
    and appreciate all their comments but untill ive learnt enough ill be invisible
    i wont delete my account nor wish you to do also

    im just not ready

    im not going to do anything more to my tank untill i fully understand this setion of fishkeeping

    many thanks to you all

    martin

    #320432

    Mark Duffill
    Participant

    The best way to learn is to get involved, there are some very knowledgable people on this forum but they were all beginners once aswell /smile.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:)” border=”0″ alt=”smile.gif” />

    #320433

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Sorry you feel that way Martin. I feel the same when talking to some of the members here but like Mark says the best way to learn is ask plenty of questions and get involved.

    #320434

    keith565
    Participant

    QUOTE (Matt @ Jan 8 2011, 10:53 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Sorry you feel that way Martin. I feel the same when talking to some of the members here but like Mark says the best way to learn is ask plenty of questions and get involved.


    i agree with the guys. no matter how much we know, we will never know enough. keep asking.

    #320443

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Agree with all the previous comments. Don’t stop now Martin! I’m also a newby and way out of my league with most of the members here. I know just enough to know that this is the most knowledgeable bunch around and where I come first with questions.
    I’ve been keeping fish since I was 8 or 9 but didn’t get serious until about 4 yrs ago. I bought a 5 gallon tank at a yard sale for $2. and went out and bought 2 goldfish and a yoyo loach

    #320449

    Eyrie
    Participant

    I thought I knew a reasonable amount without knowing a lot until I joined SF. Now that I realise just how little I’m aware of, I’m here every day soaking up information.

    Keep reading and keep posting, Martin – one of the great things about SF is how friendly and helpful everyone is.

    #320462

    Jarcave
    Participant

    QUOTE (JazzBora150 @ Jan 8 2011, 03:00 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    ill be really honest here

    i get the feeling i dont belong in this forum because i dont know anything
    about this section of fish keeping
    i feel real awkward because of the fact i know very little if really nothing at all
    and feel that i will back off untill i know a hell of a lot more than i do now
    ive been overwhelmed by the knowlegde of everyone ive chatted to
    and appreciate all their comments but untill ive learnt enough ill be invisible
    i wont delete my account nor wish you to do also

    im just not ready

    im not going to do anything more to my tank untill i fully understand this setion of fishkeeping

    many thanks to you all

    martin

    You know Martin there aree some very knowledgable fishkeepers on here that will have forgotten more than I’ll ever know. But I’m quite certain the one thing all of the uber knowledgable guys will have learnt is just how much more they still have to learn!!!

    You can only gain knowledge through jumping in with both feet and playing around with fish tanks. Compared to some other fish forums, SF is frequented by a higher percentage of hard core fishkeepers. So why not make the most of their knowledge?

    Others are full of teens who believe they know it all, but know very little. You’re missing an opportunity if you choose not to stick around.

    #320476

    JazzBora150
    Participant

    believe me its not that im gonna leave im just not going to input on something i dont know about

    ill stick to the side line and observe

    i may pop a question in now and again and im very grateful for all the encouragment

    thanks

    martin

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