by Duluth News Tribune
September 7, 2011 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
In 2011, the post office is as dated as a Cliff Clavin reference.
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The Postal Service isn’t going to shut down in a month. They might default on mandatory payments regarding retirees (long story), but they’re not going to go out of business anytime soon. It’s complicated, but Congress needs to get off its collective butt and revamp the mandates by which the USPS operates, mandates that don’t apply to any other business in the country.
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Well put, DanH.
I hope the USPS survives and thrives. UPS, FedEx and the others are fine, but the USPS unites our country by delivering to EVERY address – even if using donkeys is required (believe it or not, still used in some areas).
Lots of people like to make fun of the USPS, but my mailings have never been lost or delayed. Typically, letters I send from Dlh to Mpls (44 cents, door to door), arrive overnight.
Use commemmorative stamps… and yes, Jimmy B., start a collection. There is a lot of history and knowledge to be learned from stamps – not just vintage baseball and Simpsons.
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I have nothing but good things to say about the USPS, I hope they’re around for a long time to come.
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The letter part of the post office is down I can’t remember when I got a letter The package portion is through the roof I get packages from Amazon and e-bay contantly. Example-we use a certain brand of cat food would love to buy locally but no local stocks it I cheked Amazon I can get it cheape with free shipping and they will put me on a schedule if I want to ship every 1-2-or 3 months I like Peter Pan honey roast peanut butter Super one in West Duluth stopped carring it-Amazon has it
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Mike, try Goodlife Treats for your cat. Amazon got them and your cat will become addicted to them in no time. (scarry addicted) MEEEEEOOOOWWWWW.
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