Red and Rover by Brian Basset

Red and Rover


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  1. comicgos

    comicgos said, 12 months ago

    If Rover could write – he would send mail to Red!

  2. paha_siga

    paha_siga said, 12 months ago

    Don’t people in USA put mail in their own boxes for pick-up, anyway?

  3. catfeet

    catfeet GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    This is so much better than the usual junk mail!

  4. Citizen GROG!

    Citizen GROG! GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago


    Not me, though there are those that can.

  5. lightenup

    lightenup GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago


    Yes, you can, but it’s usually addressed to someone else.

  6. Robert Haacke

    Robert Haacke said, 12 months ago

    I wonder what would happen if you put an unstamped envelope in the mail with the address you actually wanted to send it to in place of the return address.

  7. ArthurAllen

    ArthurAllen said, 12 months ago

    @Robert Haacke

    I think they stopped return to sender for that very reason. I actually had to go to the post office to pick up a letter where my grandmother put a single increased rate makeup stamp instead of proper postage on a letter. The post office sent me a card telling me to come in to pay the difference and pick up the letter.

  8. dzw3030

    dzw3030 said, 12 months ago

    @Robert Haacke

    It would probably be thrown away.

  9. dzw3030

    dzw3030 said, 12 months ago


    Some do in rural areas. Usually, I take my mail into town and drop it off at the post office.

  10. The Life I Draw Upon

    The Life I Draw Upon said, 12 months ago


    They didn’t want to lose money. :-)

  11. DavidGBA

    DavidGBA said, 12 months ago

    Now you owe the USPS!

  12. Jeffrey Kaplan

    Jeffrey Kaplan said, 12 months ago


    Only in some rural areas. In places with post offices and corner mailboxes, no. Mail gets dropped in the communal mailbox for a centralized pickup.

  13. AshburnStadium

    AshburnStadium said, 12 months ago

    In Red’s day, it wasn’t that expensive. I remember back in the early 1970s when postage went from 6¢ to 8¢.

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