Ok, how many of you slackers are asking just what does stagnation have to do with Albert?
First off, I am not talking about stagnated ponds, or super neglected tanks often seen in the
homes of hobbyist who have lost interest and end up putting their equipment, and I mean
tropical fish tanks and crap, out on the front lawn and beg someone to haul it all away, for
free., Before you reach that point of no return, wrap your brains around the new path that
Ol'Lotsoffish has taken.
For years he has become well known for his tough to beat lines of livebearers. His auctions
had become the same Ol' Ol'. Maybe, that is how he came to be known as Ol'Lotsoffish?
Anyhow, I digress.
It took a few months but, he has finally sold his huge collection of livebearers, freeing up
most of his tanks for the new path he is on. Of the 100 or so tanks he has in his base-
ment, he has saved only about 10 tanks for some of his favorite livebearers such as
set line of RREAS (Real Red Eyed Albino Swords), his set line of Lyretail RREAS, the
great fish you are use to watching for that Ol'Conrad breeds and Pete's
of Guppys that he calls Super Crosses. I keep telling him he needs to call them.
Mang Super Crosses
Now for some great photos of his latest offerings
If you had become bored with the same Ol' same Ol' from Ol'Lotsoffish auctions, prepare
to feed your brain cells, excite your eyeballs and step out of the box you have been living
in. You too, can now leave the rest of the pack and venture forth to new interests. OH
and if you are one of those who let their tanks as well as their brains go stagnate you
too can experience a new rush of adrenalin by visiting Ol'Lotsoffish's auction. They do
change on the average of every 5 days so keep checking back, and prepare yourself
to once again become enthused about your hobby.