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:: Saturday, July 06, 2002 ::

ILTE of the day
Nanette Reimer of Idaho Springs, CO (not Denver, whew) picks up on our ethics theme explaining that the Post Office could save money if they just cancelled stamps better. How does she know this?
I typically receive one or two pieces of mail per week in which the stamps have not been canceled by the U.S. Postal Service. I remove the unused stamps and simply reattach them to other pieces of mail and use them again. I've checked; as long as you don't tape over the entire stamp, its perfectly legal. It's like the USPS having a two-for-one sale. Buy one stamp, use it twice, for free!
It's not her fault the USPS loses the revenue. See below.

:: Walter 1:45 PM [+] ::

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