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From: "Rod Speed"
Subject: Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 09:22:48 +1100
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Richard Henry wrote in message
> Rod Speed wrote
>> Richard Henry wrote
>>> Ignorance is inexcusable in the face of google.
>> We'll see...
>>> Form http://pe.usps.gov/cpim/ftp/manuals/dmm/D041.pdf
>>> With respect to "Customer Mail Receptacles"
>>> "...may be used only for matter bearing postage...no part of a mail
>>> receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not bearing postage..."
>> Nothing like his original claim that thats mandated by federal
>> legislation. Clearly the vast bulk of the rest of that aint been
>> mandated by legislation, particularly on the size stuff.
>> Bet you cant actually cite the legislation
>> that says anything like his original claim.
> It appears Spehro has already answered you in a related sub-thread.
Nope, what he waved around doesnt qualify, fails the 'with
intent to avoid payment of lawful postage thereon' test.
> I will repeat here in the interests of thoroughness
> and in continuing opposition to ignorance:
Even you should be able to bullshit your way out
of your predicament better than that pathetic effort.
> By the way, I first learned this when I delivered newspapers many
> years ago. One of the rules was "Never put the paper in a mailbox."
Thats just because of the USPS requirement on that, NOT 'federal law'
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