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Subject: Re: Poll: Holiday card Addresses Date: 10/12/2000 5:36 PM
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Let us settle this once and for all time:
12% (5 Votes)
I hand address cards and expect the same

12% (5 Votes)
I use labels

2% (1 Vote)
I use printer generated envelopes

54% (22 Votes)
I don't care

20% (8 Votes)
I don't send cards


I'm a bit late responding to this, but then it's the first time I've visited this board, so I hope that excuses my late response.

Whenever I move, one of the first things I do is get a rubber stamp with my new address on it. This gets used on all my mail, and the stamp is often easier to find than a pen!

Recently, I was in an office supply store, Staples I think, and they had a self inking stamp kit with moveable rubber type! The letters and numbers are in three sizes, though one is too small to be useful. The kit comes with four gizmos that hold four lines of type each and snap into the stamper. The amount of type in the kit is not likely enough to make four stamps, but waddaya want for 20 bux? Anyway, they have another identical kit, but not self inking, for 10 bux. So if you buy two of those you can have up to eight stamps, and type for maybe six, still for only 20 bux.

When I try to read some people's scrawls, I start wishing everybody had one of these.
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