1. Note the “Found in supposedly empty equipment” stamp. Apparently this situation happens enough that the Postal Service has a rubber stamp for it. (This package was mailed in February 2015; received August 28, 2017.)
  2. This ad was in my local paper. Always proofread.

2 Responses to “Interesting”

  1. DAN FAREK Says:

    Frank, they also have a special printed envelope that reads, in part,
    “Received in damage condition”, etc.,etc.
    I received a package from you that had been slit open, contents removed and the package envelope placed in such a received in damage condition envelope.
    They of course denied any idea as to how this could have happened. But it is never their fault!!!

  2. rationaloptimist Says:

    What you describe is fairly common. The one just received, illustrated, I had never seen before.

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