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Re: KillieTalk Digest and Member Roster
> From: "Al Anderson" <killiman at iquest_net>
> Subject: Re: KillieTalk Digest and Member Roster
> The roster is on line and if you have any rights to it you can go there and
> download it. If you have not paid your dues YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO IT.
Thanks for the blunt reminder and yes, I'm aware that non-subscribing members are not entitled to it. I was an ex-AKA member and sadly the only one from Singapore, as
listed in 1998's (or was that '99) roster. My intention is just to know who else I can turn to, to share in my joy of keeping these beauties, talk killies and perhaps even
view each other's fish-room or fish-rack..... isn't that the spirit and goodwill that killie-keeping fosters?
For some, a 4-6 hour drive is considered local. For me, a *ONE*-hour drive will get me off this island I call home, and send both my motorbike and I into the sea!! So Al,
there *IS* a difference whether I can meet up with other killie enthusiast that's "near me"... not much fun if you're the only bloke in town who can talk killie. No
copyright infringement intended.
If you can help, I would appreciate knowing who's a paying, subscribing AKA member from Singapore (or Malaysia, Thailand or Indonesia for that matter), and request that
they email me. If that's not 'nice' as well, then thanks anyway.
> IT takes about a half ream of paper to print it.
Gee, then someone (postal staff maybe?) must have gone to the loo with it.... all I got was a thin booklet in an envelope. Perhaps you've gotten the 'expanded' edition??
BTW, I read just fine in lower-case.
ex-AKA member, Singapore
See http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html to unsubscribe