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Joined: January 30, 2009
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Wow, what a lot of "to do" about this subject. I work for the government and have been instructed that when serving someone a document via certified mail, that the Post Office can not or will not (which ever is the correct description there) deliver certified mail to a PO Box. Therefore, we have to have a physical mailing address.
February 3, 2009, 6:06am
Actually, I find it funny that I stumbled across this blog by Googling (is that a good term to use either??) the term "per say" or "per-say" and the Urban Dictionary website said it means "in-and-of-itself" and "in and of itself". Now I'm really confused on which one to use because I don't like either one of them, per say?? There's some word fun for you if anyone else stumbles in here.
January 30, 2009, 5:32pm
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