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By Kathy Blackmore, March 19, 2012 at 12:59 am Link to this comment
This is quite a light hearted way to represent the US mail cutting back on its manpower. I think it is quite understandable, as snail mails have be replaced with email and text messaging even. I wonder how the people who lost their jobs are going to recover, and what the future lies for US mail.
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