Mature Life Features

Cecil Scaglione, Editor

I Started Reading A Book . . .

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. . . about anti-gravity

and I just can’t put it down.

Trussed In the Mail

A neighbor recently mailed a half-dozen cloth place-mats to her daughter as a gift. When they
arrived a couple of them were still intact. The rest had been chewed up and clawed apart by some
mechanical device used by the Post Office.
A computer floppy diskette sent by mail recently by a colleague was returned to the sender with vehicle tire marks all over the smashed package.
These are a couple of extreme examples of what can happen to envelopes or packages you send
through the mail. A few simple precautions can protect packages you mail.
Use bubble wrap and Styrofoam “peanuts” to cushion items you’re mailing. If a collection of
photographs is thicker than a quarter of an inch, use a cardboard box or padded envelope.
Use strong packaging tape to seal the parcel. Put a slip of paper with a return address inside all letters and packages. And never send cash through the mail.

Written by Cecil Scaglione

November 15, 2022 at 2:00 am

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