Dad joke or not, the post received a lot of attention from citizens fighting for their right to check their mail sans trousers during quarantine.
A high-end car service company has adjusted to the coronavirus outbreak by delivering the rich's Manhattan bills, letters, and magazines.
Sixteen clerks and couriers, ranging in age from 26 to 64, accepted bribes as low as $250 to deliver two kilograms of cocaine or more at a time.
Concerned citizens have been mailing non-recyclable Walkers chip bags back to the company to urge them to change their practices.
After getting some mail with free will, the mailman has to decide between sticking to the rules or following the wishes of a package.
To apologize, the company reportedly gave the customers a $150 gift card.
Postman finally gets the recognition he deserves.
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The experimental program will cover a nine mile route.
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Artist Sarah Nicole Phillips uses security envelopes to make collages based on office daydreams.