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(Fox 23 Tulsa)   House Republicans decide that people don't need mail delivered to their homes anymore, propose new neighborhood "cluster boxes." If only there was a word to insert between "cluster" and "boxes" that would describe the probable results   (fox23.com) divider line 503
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2013-07-25 10:55:53 AM

Xcott: serial_crusher: hacksaw_jd: bmihura: The ONLY reason I even look at snail mail, once per year, is to check for IRS letters or red light camera letters.

Otherwise I have no use for snail mail and wish it would go away.

Just because you have no use for the mail does not mean others don't. Why do you wish for it to go away if you don't use it?

Because I don't want to have to pay for it?

That's a bit sociopathic, though, isn't it?  "Why do my brothers and sisters get Christmas presents too?  I don't use them."

But sure, we'll cancel the government service that you don't use---and then we'll stop maintaining your local interstate highways, because there's someone in Hawaii that never uses them.


It's not just an "I don't use it" thing.  It's obsolete.  If we had flying cars and teleporters, you'd betcha I'd be arguing against spending billions of dollars each year maintaining ancient highways with only a handful of old cars driving on them.
 
2013-07-25 12:01:17 PM

serial_crusher: It's not just an "I don't use it" thing.  It's obsolete.


I'd say that a service that delivers 132 Billion pieces of mail a year is far from obsolete.
 
2013-07-25 01:02:55 PM

midigod: serial_crusher: It's not just an "I don't use it" thing.  It's obsolete.

I'd say that a service that delivers 132 Billion pieces of mail a year is far from obsolete.


Don't cloud the issues with the facts.
 
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