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Consider the postage stamp my son:
its existence consists of its ability to stick to one thing until it gets there. - WILLIAM "FERGIE"
WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE MAIL TO GET?
JACK MUDURIAN: Love and kisses from Fran Polecki -
she works here. Her husband carries a rifle she says. He's a guard in a
LEO GERMINO: I don't get much mail. I can't answer
that question Dave, I was concentratin' on something else.
HERBIE CALDWELL: Cigars or something like that.
WALTER KIERAN: Money. You can't live without it - of
course you can't - how
FRANK KANSLASKY: I ain't sayin'. Ask them.
DBG: I already did.
FRANK: Ask 'em again.
DBG: What for?
FRANK: They might change their mind.
DBG: To what?
FRANK: Ask 'em, you'll find out.
DBG: After I ask them again, then will you answer?
DBG: Then why should I ask them again?
FRANK: I'm deaf now.
HOW DOES THE U.S. POSTAL DEPARTMENT WORK?
ABE SURGECOFF: Well, they have somebody inside. Each
one has a box, boxes
and they get it at the table and pick up all the letters
and put 'em in the
slots. And then they have a roll call and they have
have an hour to eat.
And they go out with the mail in the morning and the
afternoon. After that
they have to check up on the slips, United States' slips.
Now well, let's see. Another thing - oh yeah, they're
by the United States Police Force.
Oh, also, they punch in at 4:30, 5 o'clock.
(from Duplex Planet issue 62)
ED ROGERS: A check, or a birthday card. The thing I
remember most about my birthday was when I was at home with my mother.