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Oct. 12th, 2005 | 11:14 pm

Recently I found a note in my mailbox saying that my mail-carrier decided my mailbox was too full and dumped all my mail at the post office. This is mostly because I can't be bothered to open the box as I carry my bike past it. The only things that regularly show up in my mailbox are the unaddressed flyers like the pennysaver. I get a couple of monthly statements, and then the government sends those annual things like car registration or taxes.

Needless to say since I don't like getting all the other junk mail that I then have to trash I was briefly entertaining the idea of just refusing my mail and trying to make sure that all the important things get delivered electronically.

Sadly I decided it wouldn't work, but it was a nice dream to be able to cut off one more cursed source of push advertising.

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Diane Trout

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from: alienghic
date: Oct. 13th, 2005 05:20 pm (UTC)

Paper, paper? what is this paper?

Also the unaddressed mail stuff like the pennysaver have text all over them and aren't so good for scratch paper. Its mostly envelopes from credit card ads that make good scratch paper. (At least that's what i recall from when I was still using paper).

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