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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Entry for 1/15/2008

In this wonderful high-tech world, am I alone in thinking that it should be possible for the U.S. Post Office to get the right letter into the right mailbox? If the carrier needs some vision care, please see to it! With identity theft so prevalent, am I alone in thinking that the U.S. Post Office would take better care of our mail?

Almost exactly one year ago, I finally contacted the main U.S. Post Office about the problems. Still the problems come and go. I have documented many of the cases of wrong delivery, and this morning again contacted my local Post Office and the main U.S. Post Office.

I know that MOST of all mail gets to the correct slot. The family that had to pay a “late-charge” because they never got their credit card statement does not care about that. The poor person that had his or her identity stolen does not care about that. In all honesty, I don’t really care if other people don’t get their mail. I just want to be sure that they are not getting mine.

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