If you are referring to the United States Postal Service, a forever stamp has no marked denomination on it. You can buy a bunch today at the current postage rates and still use them in the future even if rates go up. They are good for 1 ounce of postage (I believe that is the weight) forever.
by Catherine Spinola 4 years ago
Do you use United Parcel Service (UPS) or United States Postal Service (USPS) to send packages?
by Alexander Pease 7 years ago
How many people want to see the United States Postal Service stay afloat?It is projected that in ten years the USPS will be no more. Do you want to keep the national mail carrier open. or are other options likeFed Ex and UPS just as good?
by Paula 3 years ago
Would you please complete this statement, referring to YOURSELF ?"Regardless of what you believe you see, hear and think about me, the truth is I'm REALLY__________________________________________________Complete this any way you wish! It can be funny, mysterious, confusing, total truth,...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 years ago
Do you feel that the United States Postal Service has become more incompetent lately. I have sent mail to companies which were never recieved. I have decided to sent my orders through e-mail due to the fact that USPS has "lost" my mail. When I ask that USPS...
by Wesman Todd Shaw 6 years ago
If you've ever wondered how it is that the United States Government allows for absolutely deadly foods such as Monsanto Corn, Monsanto Soy, and Roundup to continually damage the lives of not just those using those products so unwisely, but for the generations to come who are subject to birth...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
When one says "hunt _____ like a dog"....Does that refer to the dog doing the hunting, or is it as one would hunt a dog?
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