Re: [RML] Re: Goo obo gudgeon article

L Boorman (lisachromis at kent.net)
Wed, 7 Dec 2005 23:02:56 -0500

Don't forget that foreign subscribers also pay shipping costs extra per year
as well. I know in Canada the last time I resubscribed, it was $11/yr for
just the shipping.

Just something to keep in mind if you want to get the mag.

Lisa
----- Original Message -----
From: "parin_iceyfist" <parin_iceyfist at yahoo.co.uk>
To: <r_m_l at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 5:09 PM
Subject: [RML] Re: Goo obo gudgeon article

> I found the TFH website and mailed them about an international
> subscription. I could get a subscription for $48 / year. I'm
> interested since we don't have any aqua-magazines here in Belgium, but
> I'm also wondering if it's really worth the money.
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> So, for those that read the mag, is it worth it? :>
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> Regards
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> --- In r_m_l at yahoogroups.com, Scott Davis <unclescott at p...> wrote:
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> > It is a long shot, but Tropical Fish Hobbyist at least, used to be
> sold in the UK. Would it be available in a shop? (American shops, to
> my dismay, are dropping the magazines. As a whole, American aquarists
> - not the on-line crowd - may already be the least read in any of
> the more developed countries.)
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> > I either get my magazines by subscription or go to one of the
> "big-box" book stores. Places which sell many different magazines may
> have it. Here I can pick up Practical Fishkeeping in the
> Book/Magazine places.
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> > There was one local pet shop which carried it, but that is no
> longer the case. I guess they expect American hobbyists will learn my
> osmosis (or they can manipulate an uninformed customer base.) Ah -
> sort of sorry about the rant.
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> > The really fine print in a recent TFH suggests in the UK checking
> with TFH Publications (Great Britain) Ltd, PO Box 74, Havant PO7 STT
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> > Hope that helps. If it doesn't and it is not available digitally
> and you don't mind largish file attachments on several e-mails, I'll
> scan you the one copy allowed by copyright law "for research purposes."
> >
> > Never saw it in my or the hobby's best interests to subscribe to
> TFH until two years ago. Up until then, I bought the issues which I
> felt deserved to be purchased, sometimes in triplicate, for myself
> and others.
> >
> > All the best!
> > Scott
> >
> > parin_iceyfist <parin_iceyfist at y...> wrote: Any chance of a
> digitized version of that article? I'm very interested
> > in this fish, but I can't get TFH, which I'm guessing is a
> magazine? ;-)
> >
> > Regards
> >
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