One of the most notable victims of the Internet is the United States Postal Service (USPS).
Although you love the idea of getting a card in the mail, you prefer email for real-time communications. Admit it. Mailboxes seem to be the depository for junk mail, bills, and whatever antiquated direct-mail campaign is still going on.
The USPS has closed branches, laid off employees, and raised the price of stamps countless times to help stay profitable. (BTW, 49 cents. Oy vey!)
It’s about time the Postmaster General did something that would give them good news, don’t you think? They did with the Harvey Milk stamp, which was dedicated on what would have been his 84th birthday last week. Read more