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dbnc2
Jul 1, 2017
Did not know what this one was
kjd3682
Sep 21, 2016
These don't have nearly as much charm as the old fashioned boxes at the post office.
xyxyxyxx
Sep 21, 2016
Nice to see you here kjd3682 - headaches gone I hope?
kjd3682
Sep 24, 2016
Not only are the headaches finally gone (after almost 8 months!! ), but the prescription is no longer necessary too! Am feeling very blessed! :-)
retirenow14
Sep 24, 2016
Not much that is newer has much charm. Usually the items are more poorly made than those of old. Clothing sold in department stores is inferior to that which was sold in the 50's and 60's. There are threads that need to be trimmed before it is worn for the first time. Many blouses and dress shirts aren't sewn down where the fabric is folded over. This basically gives the garments a sloppy look. Even houses are often shoddily put together. My house built in 1894 is very well constructed. It has stood the test of time, but many new ones will not.
kjd3682
Sep 26, 2016
I agree Retirenow14! Our family owns a vacation home that was built in the late 1800's. Wouldn't trade it for anything! ;-)
aussiesapphire
Sep 21, 2016
Amazing what can be made into jigsaw puzzles for us to enjoy.

"The Postal Service delivers mail six days a week to nearly 140 million addresses. Every year this number increases by 2 million."
Joe Baca

{Must be in North America, sure isn't here - 6 day delivery that is.}

"Always write angry letters to your enemies. Never mail them."
James Fallows

{Good advice.}

God bless all of you and protect the posties of the world from being bitten. Hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 21, 2016
There was talk of dropping Saturday delivery for a while. So far so good., Aussie.
Jingles
Sep 21, 2016
Email makes a big difference in the postal service.
trynfindit
Sep 21, 2016
Yeah, it leaves more room for junk mail. I asked a postman why the post office didn't somehow regulate all of the junk mail and he said it was how the post office made money!
nlbuchanan
Sep 21, 2016
Besides that, without junk mail, how would we know on what to spend the money we don't have, if we had it?
pixipixil
Sep 21, 2016
I like junk mail. Some of it is entertaining and the rest makes me feel like I'm not invisible.
aussiesapphire
Sep 22, 2016
Would you mind repeating that nlb hahahaha
aussiesapphire
Sep 22, 2016
And pixi I am with you. I get some great bargains from the so called junk mail. Hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 22, 2016
Hugs to you, too, Aussie.
nlbuchanan
Sep 22, 2016
What, aussie, did I take my grammar instructor's rule to never end a sentence with preposition too far? Sometimes I really struggle with that one!

Without junk mail, how would we know what to spend the money we don't have on, if we had it? I don't think that's any better but I think you all got the idea the first time. Hugs to you, too.
trynfindit
Sep 22, 2016
All my 'junk mail' goes directly from the mailbox to the garbage can.
aussiesapphire
Sep 23, 2016
Thanks nlb, I did "get it" the first time and I think recently they did away with that grammar rule of never ending a sentence with a preposition. Thos that get me with advertisers and TV presenters is that they use the two words "exact and same" together and they mean the same thing and should not be used together in the same sentence, as do the words "reason and why" and presenters on Australian TV do it all the time. The other thing is that most of them do not know the difference between bought and brought. What kept me on the straight and narrow in school was that bought is the past tense of buy (vowels after the "b") and brought is the past tense of bring, both have consonants after the "b" and herein ends your lesson for today hahahahah. Hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 23, 2016
Grammar has taken a nose dive since the internet.
Australia isn't the only place it's happening. In the USA the favorite redudndancy in print is "continue on."
My father was a stickler for lay and lie but nobody pays attention to that difference here either and you seldom see "were" after "if" any more.
Finally I go crazy that you still hear nucular instead of nuclear. To me that's like pissghetti.
aussiesapphire
Sep 23, 2016
LOL pixi, I know how you feel about nucular, happens here too. Hugs.
retirenow14
Sep 24, 2016
In upstate NY many residents have put up mail boxes on the grass by the curb to avoid the frequently escalating prices of post office boxes.
Genaya
Sep 22, 2016
Nice one great to have one of them to put all my little bits in.
elijah13
Sep 21, 2016
Quick puzzle.
JAMP124
Sep 21, 2016
The mailbox puzzle was not as hard as I thought --- and more interesting than I thought!
nlbuchanan
Sep 21, 2016
With all those nice squared off lines to follow, I would have thought it would have been easy but all those lines were exactly alike. Oh well, it was fun.

God bless you all and may your mailboxes be filled with only good news.
jas6415
Sep 21, 2016
Hard one loved it
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