There’s no mail service in town

We can’t get our mail in this town. Credit cards and debit cards are set to expire and essentially irreplaceable without U.S. mail service.

The labor-union locals insist that we open a fee-for-service brick-and-mortar “local” bank account with the proper I.D. birth-sex certificate passport and all that.

According to one Maryland police department, many people are neglecting to don pants for their daily trip to the mailbox. Taneytown Police Department posted a playful “final warning” on its Facebook page. // “Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox,” the post says. “You know who you are. This is your final warning.”

Police: Wear pants to check the mail – final warning

I don’t know who’s responsible for the continued theft, tampering, and failure to deliver, or if it’s the USPS APWU workers themselves on strike at some “local” post office somewhere or other in solidarity with UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc.

I do know it’s not a joke, the mail needs to be delivered, the mail will have to come through, and it will not go well with those who continually and progressively insist on obstructing and tampering with the mails.

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