From: "Rod Speed"
Subject: Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2002 16:13:12 +1100
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"Michael A. Terrell" wrote in message news:3E053E5B.FCF38347@mfi.net...
> Rod Speed wrote:
> > CBFalconer wrote in
> > message news:3E04F868.892F5BF5@yahoo.com...
> > > Michael A. Terrell wrote
> > >> Zefram Cochrane wrote
> > >>> .. and is it really illegal to deliver newspapers
> > >>> into peoples' mailboxes (so says Norm) ?
> > Dont believe it, most obviously with subscriptions.
> > >> By Federal law only the home owner/tenant
> > >> or the post office can use the mail box.
> > Bullshit.
> > >> Here, in Central Florida, a lot of newspapers will put
> > >> a plastic box up to hold your newspaper since and most
> > >> are delivered by someone driving by, stuffing it in their box.
> > > Here in the US those mailboxes are often lonely things, sitting
> > > on a post near the road. The mailman comes by and fills it,
> > > largely with junk mail and bills, but sometimes with something
> > > worthwhile. Sooner or later the recipient will empty it. This
> > > leaves lots of opportunity for nefarious types to rob it of checks, etc.
> > And anyone with any sense doesnt get checks delivered to those.
> > > Thus the law against ANYONE other
> > > than the owner using it for ANYTHING.
> > Dont believe it.
> All right, I'll add it to the list of all your
> other bullshit. I didn't believe it, either.
Even you should be able to bullshit your way out of your
predicament MUCH better than that pathetic effort.
Have fun explaining hand delivered flyers into the letterbox.