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Re: Seed trouble

Both of you are kids......  I remember when postage for a first class
letter was *THREE CENTS* and a post card was *A PENNY*.  Now, your talking
old!!!!!!  Also, service was better then and no one killed their fellow

>Priority is what first class used to be at fifty times the price. Most of
>you are not old enough to be aware of that so no comments from the peanut
>gallery with that remark. If  you can't say kind words in reference to age,
>then say nothing.
>Half kidding,
>Gee, I remember when mail was delivered twice a day (in Trenton, NJ), once
>on Saturday.  If you  dropped a letter in the corner mail box in the
>morning, it would be delivered that afternoon in the city.  How old does
>that make me?

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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