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Re: Giving AKA away (was Re: Aphyosemion sjoestedti)
Jill makes a good point. Personally, I don't have any problem paying the
but 15 years ago I sure would have. Does the AKA have any kind of
program ? I would he happy to add some money to my dues to sponsor a
membership for someone who truly needed it. Maybe there could be a student
or a sponsored discount for people like Jill.
Yes, I know this could be a pain to administer and could result in lower
the AKA, but it might be worth it in the long run.
I'm a very new member to AKA, so I'll shut up and go back to quietly
lurking in the
> From: phoenix kiss <hotkiss_7 at hotmail_com>
> To: killietalk at aka_org
> Subject: Re: Giving AKA away (was Re: Aphyosemion sjoestedti)
> Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 12:42 PM
> I am not a member of the AKA, yet, not because I don't want to be,
> because scraping together $24 US isn't a simple as some might think.
> a student and living on my own many other thing come up. I work, but any
> extra money goes to my fish. I have been putting a couple of buck away
> every month to join and hopefully can borrow my grandmother's credit card
> I appreciate the info I get on this list, I don't know where I would
> without it. I am a member of my local aquarium society, but I do want to
> join the AKA. Some of us non members are not member simply because we
> afford it, not because we don't want to be. I joined this list because I
> wanted to know more about the fish I love and the wealth of knowledge I
> encountering is phenomenal.
> So please give us a break here, we want to learn just as much as the
> people who join. Should knowledge only be reserved for those who can pay
> for it?
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