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Joined: December 6, 2009
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Why can't the post office have a system where they simply place the mail which has been addressed to the street address in the post office box? If I send a letter to my sister to her street address, it arrives at the post office in her town, they look at the street address and place the mail in a car. They drive to her house and they place it in a box stuck in the ground in front of her house. If they can do that, why can't my sister send me a letter addressed to my street address, it arrives at the post office, they look at the street address and place it in a box in the post office. Is this that difficult? But nooooooo. I get a small package delivered from Hong Kong. The post office sees that it doesn't have a PO number but rather than look up in a simple book to place it in the propper mail box, they would rather put it back into the truck, drive it 75 miles to New York City, place it on a plane and fly it thousands of miles to the other side of the world to return it. Does that make any sense?
December 6, 2009, 12:11pm
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