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PostSubject: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptySun Dec 30, 2018 12:20 am

Dear Sts Friends:

Today, I went to Volunteers of america, and I found a AAA Bull, and a AAA Polar Bear. They were in a bag with some other stuff, but still, that's a real score on my part. I will be sure to show you all pictures soon. By the way, the bear is walking, and the bull is lying down. I've always wanted a bull whose lying down. Well, as always I will keep you all posted as far as to what I find. And as usual, you can use the pictures on Tai. See You

Aschuck
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptySun Dec 30, 2018 12:47 pm

cheers cheers

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptySun Dec 30, 2018 11:39 pm

Congratulations Anna! The polar bear walking may be the same we can see already at Toy animal wiki. The one in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] with the left foreleg forward. The lying bull is still missing and a picture of it could be quite useful. Very Happy

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PostSubject: AAA Apatosaurus Found also   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Dec 31, 2018 5:36 pm

Dear Sts Friends: Well Just to let you know, I now have a AAA apatosaurus in my collection. That makes 80 AAA figures. Isn't that great? Anyway, the apatosaurus will be shown along with the other AAA pictures I will have for you. Pictures of All these new figures should be coming tonight, if my photographer can find the camera. Anyway, have a great new years, and I'll keep you all posted as to my finds. Aschuck
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PostSubject: AAA Total?   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyTue Jan 08, 2019 5:15 am

Dear Sts Friends: Well, I just got a set of AAA dinosaurs the other day, that has a trex adult, a trex skeleton, a juvenile trex and a trex hatching. Would anyone like to see pictures of these to be added to Tai? If so, then great. I don't know when my photographer person will be available, so we'll see. But wait, there's more! I now have in my collection 83 AAA figures. I'll probably order some more soon anyway though, so we'll see. By the way, what do your collections look like as far as AAa goes? I'm just curious, just for future reference, just so I can compare and contrast with my own collection. Also, does anybody know just how many figures exist, I mean actually exist, from AAA? I don't mean to pry, but wouldn't it be nice if some body could just go down to china, and take pictures of everything in their showroom? Now that would be cool! Oh! I am so jealous of all those guys who actually get to organize that stuff! I mean, they get to look at those thingies every day, so why can't we, as collectors, see them too? Anyway, I'm probably going to Volunteers of America tomorrow, so if I find anything, I'll let you know.

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyWed Jan 09, 2019 6:09 am

Dear Sts Friends: Well, no news from VOA, so oh well, we'll see what they have in a few days. By the way Roger, could you take a look at my posts, and, if possible, cut and paste the AAA pictures already here on Tai? It would be great if you could do me this favor. It would save me a lot of work. If you get this message, then do this as soon as you can. I don't want to put you under pressure, but I do think that some major editing of the AAA section needs to be done soon on Tai. In the future, I will remember to send the pictures of the new acquisitions to you via computer or something. To answer your questions, Yes, I do use NVDA, and I have not had much computer training. Proof of that is because my mom always complains that I don't know how to do basic stuff. Anyway, your help with the existing pictures would be much appreciated. Thanks in Advance, Anna
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 1:12 am

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Dear Sts Friends: Well, no news from VOA, so oh well, we'll see what they have in a few days.  By the way Roger, could you take a look at my posts, and, if possible, cut and paste the AAA pictures already here on Tai? It would be great if you could do me this favor. It would save me a lot of work.  If you get this message, then do this as soon as you can.  I don't want to put you under pressure, but I do think that some major editing of the AAA section needs to be done soon on Tai.  In the future, I will remember to send the pictures of the new acquisitions to  you via computer or something.  To answer your questions, Yes, I do use NVDA, and I have not had much computer training.  Proof of that is because my mom always complains that I don't know how to do basic stuff.  Anyway, your help with the existing pictures would be much appreciated.  Thanks in Advance, Anna

Anna, a computer is a fantastic tool and I believe you should train it as much as you could. It doesn't matter how basic is what you can do, it will be always useful. It is also with the basic stuff that we start learning other nice things. NVDA is an excellent program and it would be fantastic if you could use the wiki just as an user even if you can't manage it as an editor. I'd surely would love to help you using a computer or any device with a screen reader. Some of your pictures are on TAI, however, some you presented, were already pictured on TAI and we didn't need to use yours.

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PostSubject: AAA Pages on Tai   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 4:54 pm

Dear Sts Friends: Yesterday, I tried to create a page on Tai called Zebra Foal Walking, which refers to a AAA zebra that I have a picture of. If anyone reads this could they use their skills in editing to correct the mistakes I made? In other words, Roger, if you could make the AAA Zebra Foal Walking an actual page with my picture, that would be great. I also now have a AAA Black Rat Snake Hatching, but we haven't gotten around to taking a picture of that one yet. As for other news, I now have evidence that AAA might have made other hatching snakes, such as: Mamba Hatching, and a Cobra Hatching. Boy, I'll have to get my hands on those soon. Also, here is an address that might help those of us collectors who are specialists in the AAA brand: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Once again, if anyone reads this, then I hope the information is useful. Also, does anyone know if a picture of a AAA tortoise hatching exists on Tai? Because if not, then I can hopefully provide a picture for all of you, because I recently ordered a set of three hatching animals, all by AAA, from ebay. Apparently, there's a hatching tortoise in the set, and two other dinosaurs. As far as I know, this order's package should be arriving to day or tomorrow. It all depends on how fast the mail gets here. Anyway, thanks in advance for all your help at Tai, and I suppose I suppose I'll see you all later. Aschuck

P.S. I will keep you informed of my doings as usual, and if I get anymore figures. Once again, Roger, the page your looking for on Tai is called zebra Foal Looking Right.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 7:00 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
Dear Sts Friends: Yesterday, I tried to create a page on Tai called Zebra Foal Walking, which refers to a AAA zebra that I have a picture of.  If anyone reads this could they use their skills in editing to correct the mistakes I made?  In other words, Roger, if you could make the AAA Zebra Foal Walking an actual page with my picture, that would be great.  I also now have a AAA Black Rat Snake Hatching, but we haven't gotten around to taking a picture of that one yet.  As for other news, I now have evidence that AAA might have made other hatching snakes, such as: Mamba Hatching, and a Cobra Hatching.  Boy, I'll have to get my hands on those soon.  Also, here is an address that might help those of us collectors who are specialists in the AAA brand:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  Once again, if anyone reads this, then I hope the information is useful.  Also, does anyone know if a picture of a AAA tortoise hatching exists on Tai? Because if not, then I can hopefully provide a picture for all of you, because I recently ordered a set of three hatching animals, all by AAA, from ebay.  Apparently, there's a hatching tortoise in the set, and two other dinosaurs.  As far as I know, this order's package should be arriving to day or tomorrow.  It all depends on how fast the mail gets here.  Anyway, thanks in advance for all your help at Tai, and I suppose I suppose I'll see you all later.  Aschuck

P.S. I will keep you informed of my doings as usual, and if I get anymore figures.  Once again, Roger, the page your looking for on Tai is called zebra Foal Looking Right.  

Anna, the picture you uploaded is not a zebra foal but a polar wolf pup instead. You're also editing directly on main AAA page and there is a page to list zebras. As your picture needed to be resized, I used another picture of the same wolf that I had in my list of things to do on AAA section. If you send pictures to my e-mail, it will be easier although I'd love you to edit directly on TAI.
There is one tortoise hatching in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] but it is hard to describe it to confirm if we are talking about the same figure. Luckily someone can help you on it.
These hatching snakes are missing and they sound quite interesting. Let us know more about them when possible. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Emailed pictures to roger   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 9:31 pm

Dear Roger,

Yes, I think you have a point, and Yes, I think emailing the pictures to you would be easier for me. Really sorry if I sent you the wrong picture, I just didn't really know what I was doing. Thanks for straightening everything out for me. Here is a short list of the Hatching snakes I've heard about (These are ones that I am personally loking for): Black Snake Hatching, Black Rat Snake Hatching (96239), Cobra Hatching, Mamba Hatching, Black Racer Hatching, and well that's all I can remember seeing on the webpage for now. I'll probably do some more digging about these in the future, but for right now, let's just focus on getting the pictures on Tai. By the way, what's your email address? I'm just wondering, so that I can send these pictures to the right person. Also, this information will be used as a reference, so if you could send me your address that would be great. Thanks,

Aschuck
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Volunteers of America finds again   AAA Volunteers of America finds again EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 11:43 pm

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Dear Roger,

Yes, I think you have a point, and Yes, I think emailing the pictures to you would be easier for me.  Really sorry if I sent you the wrong picture, I just didn't really know what I was doing.  Thanks for straightening everything out for me.  Here is a short list of the Hatching snakes I've heard about (These are ones that I am personally loking for): Black Snake Hatching, Black Rat Snake Hatching (96239), Cobra Hatching, Mamba Hatching, Black Racer Hatching, and well that's all I can remember seeing on the webpage for now.  I'll probably do some more digging about these in the future, but for right now, let's just focus on getting the pictures on Tai.  By the way, what's your email address?  I'm just wondering, so that I can send these pictures to the right person.  Also, this information will be used as a reference, so if you could send me your address that would be great.  Thanks,

Aschuck

You don't have to feel sorry for sending the wrong picture. It happens with all of us. My e-mail address is [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and considering that there is a significative number of hatching snakes, I will open a page dedicated to them. Very Happy

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