Sunday, March 11, 2007

Postal Service "fixed" / Anti-Globalization is like Flat Earthers

Postal Service fixes long waits by removing clocks

The Watson Post Office is one of the nation's 37,000 post offices in which clocks have been removed from retail areas as part of a "retail standardization program" launched last year. The effort is designed to give the public-service areas a more uniform appearance, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported in Thursday editions.

"We want people to focus on postal service and not the clock," said Stephen Seewoester, Dallas spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service.

Like Debating Whether or Not the Earth is Round

A very short and eloquent letter from a law professor. "Only entertainers and politicians could be unaware of the straightforward starting points for solving Africa's many problems."

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