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We have President Ronald Reagan to thank for a lot of things and one of them is the Proclamation he issued on this date in '87 making it Catfish Day and I happen to know where to go for Catfish on the Buffet menu. We're also celebrating Bomb Pops, Color TV, Handshakes, LEON Day, Bugs Bunny, and a whole lot more. Listen in to learn why you should be smiling today.
Join me on a special edition of "Catfish," Find out how,I became a recent victim. What stupid mistake I made. Trying to get an interview with Trey Songz. Also we are going to talk about hackers and it's danger. How to protect your personal info,and what to look out for. Also we will talk about the Do's and Don'ts of meeting someone on-line.
I was recently threatened to have my personal,pics,messages and videos put on display,when it was revealed to Trey Songz hacker,that I was aware of his imposing. Find out what have done to protect myself.
CATFISH!! A catfish is someone who pretends to be someone they're not by using Facebook, G+ or other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances. Have you been catfished or are you the catfish? If you are struggling with your identity then you don't want to miss our show on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 @ 8:30p EST. Dial (347) 850-8318, press 1 to speak to the panel or just call in to listen.
What’s the newest trend, taking hold of the media, as far as online dating scams? Catfishing! Based on a stunning documentary and hit MTV show, a Catfish is someone who creates an online profile, pretending to be someone they're not, with stolen photos and false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances. After the documentary came out, which was about one man catching his Catfish, a flood of reports came in, explaining how this is fairly common and happens to a frighteningly large amount of people! In this episode of SWAK, we’re going to be exploring why Catfishes feel the need to be play-act someone they’re not, as well as how they elaborately deceive us. Whether you’ve Catfished someone, or been on the receiving end, we want to hear your story! And if you’ve never heard of Catfishing before, you’ll definitely want to tune in to these crazy tales! This is definitely a not-to-miss, trending episode!
The Pictus Catfish is a memeber of the antenna catfish group and usually has a pale to gray body with a black spotted pattern. The pectoral fins are serrated, so it is recommended that a glass bowl or cup be used to capture the fish rather than a net.
As one of the more peaceful fish that adds beauty to your aquarium, the Pictus Catfish can be housed with any soft water tank mate. Care should be taken when adding small fish to the aquarium as they may become prey to the Pictus Cat if they are able to fit them in their mouth. Tanks with dim light that are heavily planted are ideal for this fish. Rocks, caves, and driftwood also aid in providing an optimal environment for the Pictus Catfish. In the wild, this fish grows a bit larger than in the aquarium setting, but a minimum of 70 gallons is recommended for proper housing.
These fish are an egg-laying catfish that are very difficult to breed in an aquarium setting.
The Pictus Catfish will feed on left over flake food that accumulates at the bottom of the tank. In addition, small live food and sinking catfish pellet food should be provided for complete nutrition.
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Oscar Alex will be chatting about one of his favorite catfish he likes to keep with his Oscar Cichlids. This catfish is also one of my favorite catfish to keep. The Sun Catfish ( Horabagrus brachysoma) is a very popular Aquarium catfish that has been making the rounds in the aquarium hobby for the last few years now! Sun catfish are very hardy and can be kept by beginners!
Oscar Alex will be discussing how to care for the Sun Catfish, tankmates for the sun catfish, and everything you need to know! Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions!
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex welcomes back Aquatic Wetline's own corydoras breeder Lynn Mathney to the show. Lynn loves being on the show and loves discussing corydoras.
On the show tonight, Lynn will be discussing how she breeds her corydoras catfish, how she raises her corydoras fry and then she will tell us about the toxins in corydoras. Plus we will discuss bandit corydoras, and more! This will be a fun show.
Have questions? call in LIVE at 347-989-8142 dial 1.
Happy Thanksgiving 2014!
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be doing his 3rd episode of Life in the Amazon. We have already learned about the Amazon river, we've learned about Piranhas, pacus, and silverdollars, now we are going to learn about the various catfish that live in the Amazon. There are plenty of catfish species that live in the Amazon and we will discuss them all! From Monster Catfish to dwarf catfish to Armored Catfish to Parasitic Catfish we will discuss all the catfish that live in the Amazon!
Some species we will mention include Plecostomus, Corydoras, Red Tail Catfish, Oxydoras Niger, and more!
Call in at 1 347-989-8142 to join the chat!
Wednesday September 10th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pdt, we are excited to be resume our monster fish series and we will be discussing some monster catfish ! Some catfish are rare and endangered, such as the Mekong giant catfish ! The world’s largest scaleless freshwater fish lives a tenuous existence in the murky brown waters of Southeast Asia’s Mekong River. Capable of reaching an almost mythical 10 feet (3 meters) in length and 650 pounds (295 kilograms), Mekong giant catfish live mainly in the lower half of the Mekong River system, in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, we will discuss the popular small growing catfish that is famous in the freshwater hobby, the corydoras catfish! Cory cats are perfect for community tanks and are often seen schooling together. Corydoras catfish are perfect for beginners too!
William T will discuss corydoras catfish!
Lynn will be on next Sunday!
Steven "Catfish" McDaris (born 1953) is an American poet and author who is often associated with Allen Ginsberg. He is also notable for having collaborated with Charles Bukowski. “Dave Reve, the editor of Zen Tattoo, suggested the nom de plume "Catfish" after McDaris admitted that he wanted to quit his job at the post office to start a catfish farm. He recently retired from the post office after 34 years of service
Catfish McDaris won the Thelonius Monk Award in 2015. He was in the Louisiana Review, George Mason Univ.Press, and New Coin from Rhodes Univ. in South Africa. He’s recently been translated into French, Polish, Swedish, Arabic, Bengali, Tagalog, Chinese, Yoruba, and Esperanto. His 25 years of published material is in the Special Archives Collection at Marquette Univ. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He’s listed in Wikipedia. New work: http://dynatox.storenvy.com/collections/240632-all-products/products/12831481-no-blindfold-no-cigarette-by-catfish-mcdaris