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February 04, 2009


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dave fortney

I wholeheartedly agree with this. And how about a snail-mail version of the "do not call list". This could be sold as an environmentally conscious thing to do. At least 90% of the stuff I get goes right to the shredder.

Flint Lane

Actually the USPS has been fighting the "do not mail list" for a long time. It would cut into their their third class mail significantly causing even more losses. I agree that it would be the environmentally friendly way to go but when you're in business preservation mode, the environment isn't high on the priority list.

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