• Travis Francis

    It’s not “innovation” when it involves cuts and loss of jobs.

  • MrPolarBear

    Mr. Davis…..What a waste of breath.

  • Dylan

    39 years,why doesn’t cochrane retire.

  • MrPolarBear

    Mr. Weisberg. Love your product. Please send a reminder to your customers to have plenty of Ink in their printer. You wouldn’t believe the people that print tracking barcodes that are so faint, you can’t even read the number let alone try and scan them into the system. Also, putting tape over the barcode makes it very hard to scan or putting the label over a box seam that crunches the barcode is a problem. Your help is much appreciated.

  • MrPolarBear

    Mr. Eidemiller. That is just wrong. I would be proud to deliver your product.

  • MrPolarBear

    Mr. Lynch…..The “junk mail” is not going to decrease. It’s going to increase. Check out what the Postal Service calls Every door direct. It’s huge !!!!

  • MrPolarBear

    I hate having to work the day after a holiday. That makes it a five day work week. It’s a nightmare. Too much volume to deliver not to mention the stress involved. They would need to cut routes to get that much mail delivered in a timely fashion.

  • MrPolarBear

    Mr Issa….. You’re crazy. What planet are you from?

  • MrPolarBear

    No………..Six day to five day is only going to delay mail. PERIOD. You don’t do the Job Mr. Issa. You have no idea how hard it would be to shut down. Think about having a holiday on a Monday. On the following Tuesday, you would have Saturday, Sunday , Monday and Tuesday mail to deliver. That’s four days worth of mail to deliver on Tuesday. I don’t like working in the dark. Sir, think of it this way. We get inspected on delivering mail. It is based on time and volume. To keep it simple, lets say it takes eight hours to deliver ten feet of mail. Shut one day and you have double the mail volume. Now it increased from an eight hour day to a twelve hour day…..who wants to deliver mail, with not AC for twelve hours. Our bodies can’t take that. Think Mr. Issa…..Think

  • MrPolarBear

    I think those that have home mail delivery pay more taxes than those that live in apartments. They deserve having a home mailbox service.

  • MrPolarBear

    Property taxes.

  • Arnold S

    California, home of other wackjobs like Pelosi, Brown, Feinstein, etc.

  • Ben

    What do property taxes have to do with mail delivery? Are you saying cities and towns reimburse the USPS for mail delivery now? What planet are you from?

    Beyond that, you obviously have no clue about the issue. The USPS avoids door delivery in new developments, many of which are extremely pricey. Expensive new houses generally DON’T get door delivery.