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USPS driver throws packages on porch, runs lap around truck, speeds off

OKLAHOMA CITY — In the latest case of mail abuse, an Oklahoma man caught a US Postal Service worker throwing packages onto his porch, running a lap around the mail truck and speeding off. 154 more words

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First Time the Art of an Outsider-Artist Featured On US Postage Stamps

Martín Ramírez is widely known as one of the preeminent self-taught masters of the twentieth-century. Ramirez was born in Mexico in 1895, relocated to the United States in 1925, and spent most of his life in Auburn, California at the Dewitt State Hospital. 442 more words

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USPS Rates Rising, But Still a Good Deal

Online sellers may be reeling from the increased costs to ship parcels via FedEx or UPS as those shipping companies added dimensional weight factors into their price calculations at the beginning of the year. 509 more words

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T'was the Night Before Road Season...

And all through my apartment
Lay bikes, clothes, and accessories pulled out of compartments
My race kit was hung on the handlebars with care
In hopes that St. 233 more words

USPS Fails (twice)...

I ordered some stuff online from two separate places recently.

One was shipped USPS (US Postal Service) and one was shipped UPS with the USPS handling the final delivery. 133 more words

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Jury Awards $15M To Workers At Sacto-Based Trucking Company Accused Of Racism, Segregating Employees

SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — A federal jury on Wednesday awarded nearly $15 million to 11 warehouse workers who accused a NorCal trucking company of segregating workers by race, calling people “stupid Africans” and punishing those who complained. 286 more words

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