Signe Wilkinson for May 03, 2021

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    Michael G.  5 months ago

    Between Scylla and Charybdis.

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    MaryBethJavorek1  5 months ago

    good luck finding one of those boxes

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    elisem4  5 months ago

    Not if you need it to arrive by a specific date

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    verticallychallenged Premium Member 5 months ago

    Get Louis DeJoy & all of his minions out of the USPS NOW.

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    ferddo  5 months ago

    Gee… what a surprise that using servers and network equipment and software that is owned and maintained by strangers could allow strangers to view your communications? /s

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    Cerabooge  5 months ago

    There’s no joy in LeJoyville. C’mon, Biden, get people in there to FIRE that agency-wrecker. And while you’re at it, how about pushing Congress to end the insane requirement on USPS pensions.

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    HT-Missouri Premium Member 5 months ago

    Has any of the boxes and sorting machines that DeJoy removed been found and returned?

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    RabbitDad  5 months ago

    All these people “concerned” about tracking by government and Bill-Gates-microchips in your vaccines, have done their research on their GPS-enabled phones that they carry on their person every minute of every day.

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    wsedrel  5 months ago

    De @#$%^&*() Joy…

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    The Love of Money is . . .  5 months ago

    No dear, they don’t send you free cookies . . . .stop asking.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Fire DeJoy.

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    Flatworm  5 months ago

    Aaaah, to live in a world without Louis DeJoy! (Heavy sigh!)

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    monya_43  5 months ago

    It’s called snail mail because it’s slow. However, it’s still the most private way to communicate.

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    JenSolo02  5 months ago

    Next thing, DeJoy will be reading your snail mail… muhahhhhahaha

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    Scoutmaster77  5 months ago

    Says the person carrying a smart phone all the time.

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    Concretionist  5 months ago

    Umm. OK, here’s how:

    1: Actually talk to people. On the phone. Landline by preference. Or best, in person.

    2: Wilkinson has a point there. Arrange your affairs so you can afford the several days that a first class letter now takes. And mail it from an actual USPS station, not a box.

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    3: Get a VPN. Good ones range from about $4 to $10 per month. Proton is good. Mozilla offers a good one. CNet has several articles comparing some of them. Cheap, even free VPNs exist, but you will likely find them slow and possibly not quite perfect in other ways.

    4: Use “PGP” (pretty good privacy) with your “usual” e-correspondents. You may have to get the Mozilla Thunderbird email program (or some equivalent). This one is what I call “picky to set up” and others call “advanced users only”. But there are guides and plugins to help.

    5: Don’t use company computers or phones for personal things: Your company has the right and may have the desire and ability to track your use of their hardware and software.

    6: Get the “Privacy Badger” and “Cookie Autodelete” plugins for your browser. And if you use Facebook, get “Fluff Busting Purity”.

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    7: Live with it. Opt out where you can, and accept that everybody will buy what data about you that they can afford. Think of it as an advantage: Amazon, Kohls, Wayfair will know what you’re looking for and they’ll show you something that’s textually sort of similar. Oh well…

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    moosemin  5 months ago

    It’s been 1984 for quite a few years now!

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    Kind&Kinder  5 months ago

    Postal Board: Sack DeJoy!

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    wrd2255  5 months ago

    Behold the might of the USPS! Because your letter might get delivered.

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    gmu328  5 months ago

    and don’t send a birthday card or anything that looks like a check is in it … there’s been a rash of theft at post office in the Columbus area

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    jrlind55  12 days ago

    The US Postal Service is sending me pictures of the letters and packages I can expect to be delivered that day. Those pictures could easily be going elsewhere.

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