Mollies are generally non-aggressive fish. What kind of tank set up do you have? Size, decorations, etc? It could be that he is chasing him out of boredom. Or it could be that one is actually a female. Is the one doing the chasing smaller, or is it mainly going after the tail end or stomach of the other? I breed mollies and the chasing could be do to several different things. If you just got them today, it could be that they are adjusting to the new environment, especially if the chemical balance is off. With the additional info, it does seem like you may be overcrowded. My biggest question is, what kind of algae eater do you have. Most algae eaters get big. FAST. So this is something that needs to be addresses. Another question I have is whether or not you have the tank set up with brackish water (a mixture of both freshwater and salt water.) Mollies are brackish water fish. They need to to have the salinity in the water to survive. And as for tank size, with 2 mollies and an algae eater, I would suggest a 10 gallon tank MINIMUM. And this is just for the short time while they start to grow and it may be possible that they were incorrectly sexed at the pet store and you do have a female, and mollies breed easily and quickly, so your tank may get even more crowded if this is the case. As for decoration, I would add some sort of fake plants. This will provide the mollies with places to hide.
1. What other motorcycles are like a Yamaha Maxim or Honda Silverwing?
I just saw an 83 Maxim for $1200 in my area. It was absolutely stunning in condition and virtually unblemished. My son is a mechanic and was asked by the owner to help get it started. It was no issue, drained the bowls and added fresh gas - started right up. Tank was shiny clean inside. The in-line 4 is reliable and simple, it requires periodic valve adjustments and may require getting new shims to complete the adjustment. Other then that it is a reliable machine. The Silverwing has one issue to consider, when you are in the price range you desire then it's important to consider parts availability. Less common bikes have far fewer parts available, new or used simply because the interest is less. What is worse? The parts (new or used) cost more. Consider if you do not want to spend much on a bike then factor the popularity involved when it comes to obtaining parts, used or new. In your price range you will need parts so both being able to find them and pay for them reasonably should be an important factor for you to consider. Also whether you plan on working on the bike yourself. In that event or case? Go for a simple bike. Avoid the Honda Magna for instance. Carb work on these is frustrating for even seasoned veterans. Early versions have issues with adequate lubrication reaching the upper end (especially the V65). I would consider Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, or Kawasaki in-line 4 engined type bikes as a primary interest first over all else.
2. Can I sell my unused heating oil?
No! You can not sell you used oil to an individual. Reason being, they have to transport your home heating oil, also known as #2, to their tank. Doing this would require 1 or more 55 gallon drums, if you have a large quantity like you do. Because a whole bunch of 5 gallon buckets is going to be an issue even in a pickup truck. The reason being, if the person you sell that oil to is seen transporting drum(s) i.e. a police officer or someone from DNREC (Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control) , and those officers pull that truck over to investigate the content of those drums, the driver is going to be cited for "transportation without a permit". Because to transport large quantities of petroleum requires a permit. Otherwise, even though this person bought that oil for their personal use, the law says since they are breaking the transport law in the first place, they can be presumed to be going to illegally off-load (dump) that oil in the environment. The truck can be seized, the driver arrested and taken straight to jail, and then, and this is where it gets hairy, you the seller are arrested as the "generator" of that oil that was on that persons truck. Because it was your oil first and the illegal transport of petroleum was generated starting at your address and with your consent. So whatever money you made selling that 100 gallons of oil at a loss compared to what you paid for it new, you will be paying a huge fortune to get out of the hole you are now in. Because you can be arrested as that generator, fined, etc... If you know someone who has either 20, 5 gallon buckets (with) lids, lids are vital to avoid spillage, or even a few and they are willing to make the either 2 trips at 20 buckets per run, or many trips depending on how many 5 gallon buckets they can come up with, you will be safer in the long run on both ends, as the seller of the oil and the buyer, to transport that way. This way if the buyer is stopped they can always say they are going to the local used oil recycling station. Make sure, if this is the route you take that you have the address of that station for that buyer just in case a stop like this happens. Because when they are on the road with your oil it's their hide on the line as much as it is yours. You are going to need a hand pump to extract the oil out of your tank. And they are going to need a huge funnel to stick in the top of theirs in order to drain the oil from the containers into their own tank. Or a hand pump if they take the enormous risk of transporting drums. Make sure, if you sell this oil, that your buyer has what is called a "top line feed" in their tank. This is the feed line that draws oil out of the tank into the heater from the top of the tank. A line that is feeding from the bottom is a risk because it will draw in oil, and water, and sludge that gathers in the bottom of the tank and into the heater. And that cuts down on the heaters capacity to utilize clean oil and it can be costly when the heater conks out because of that fill build-up. Ideally, since you can not use this oil anymore and to be totally legal and safe, look in your yellow pages under the header, "Oils Waste". Or, "Oils" and then look for a header "used oil service" or "tank cleaning service", and get a licensed and DNREC permitted used oil service to evacuate your tank. They can also take the tank away and cut and remove your old fill pipes. Yes, it may cost you something for that, or they may pay you a reclaiming fee for the oil. Many used oil companies buy used oil because they sell it or recycle it themselves. But with oil prices going into the basement just to teach Russia a lesson for what they are doing on their end in Ukraine, many companies are either paying very little, nothing at all, or they will charge you for the service. Either way, that expense is far far far better than risking giving this oil away and having the person you sell to getting pulled over by a cop or DNREC. Also, if you do get a used oil service to service your need here,make sure they give you a receipt or paperwork for the service provided. Removal of the oil and the tank. Keep that paperwork forever. Because when you sell your house you are going to have to account for the switch over from oil to your current system. (Real Estate "full disclosure laws") . Make sure you keep your original paperwork but have the realtor copy it for the new buyer. This shows that you disposed of the oil and tank legally so no one can come back on you later. Source? I've been in the used oil recovery business for 58 years. Best wishes to whatever you decide. My advice is go legal always. If you/or your buyer, do not have 5 gallon buckets with lids, again lids are vital because getting the smell of #2 oil out of something it's spilled on including the bed of a pickup truck is near impossible, doughnut shops often give their 5 gallon buckets away because that's what their doughnut filling is usually delivered in. Call around if you are looking for 5 gallon buckets. Dunkin Donuts, Krispy Kream, etc... and see what they've got. Otherwise they toss them in the trash so they are usually happy to give them away.
3. Whats your opinion on Polos?
i think of that polos are a large thank you to place colour into your cloth cabinet on an identical time as nonetheless looking clean and particularly state-of-the-paintings. I constantly positioned on mine with the buttons a million/2 way unbuttoned (a million/2 of them undone) with a colourful tank or cami (form of tank) under them. they are attractive and seem large with denims. I additionally think of that adult males seem large donning a sturdy darkish colour known t-shirt under a lighter coloured polo that has some type of a layout to it. (according to possibility stripes or the type down the element) it seems very attractive and captivating :)