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Re: sorbs.net

  • From: Jay Hennigan
  • Date: Wed Mar 16 15:59:36 2005

On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 Michael.Dillon@radianz.com wrote:

> > > What if the USPS decided any magazine you subscribed to was
> > > suddenly unfit for delivery and decided it should blocked (thrown
> away)?
> >
> > They don't decide. I do.
>
> This is not factually true. The USPS has a Postal Inspection Service
> that can intercept your mail for various reasons. Details are in
> 39 USC 3013. The quote below comes from a report on their activities
> for the year ended March 31 2004. During that period there were 21
> withholding mail orders issued.

OK, they decide, for extremely small values of decide.  21 withholding
mail orders vs. how many trillions of items handled?

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