Frank and Ernest by Thaves for June 22, 2019

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    The Reader Premium Member over 3 years ago

    They should test it in Beta first.

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    sandpiper  over 3 years ago

    Writing long, personal, informative letters requires time, ability to use language mechanics, a wide vocabulary, and serious thought. Users of modern handheld devices seem to demonstrate the short-hand version, with time for thought as the least applied.

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    1953Baby  over 3 years ago

    I keep in touch with friends far and near through telephone. Our conversations are usually an hour or longer. . .much easier to talk than write. . .

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    InTraining  over 3 years ago

    “Omega Mail” would be more fitting…!

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Just step back and think seriously about this for a moment. 6 days a week an agent of the federal government personally stops by your house on the off chance that you might have some sheets of paper that you’d like someone else somewhere in America to have, and for about half a buck, a couple of days later they’ve gotten them. And we just take this for granted! If you were to describe this to, say, Ferdinand and Isabella, they’d think you were either a magician or the world’s greatest con artist.

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    chris_weaver  over 3 years ago

    “Alpha Mail – Not For Sissies.”

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    Ukko wilko  over 3 years ago

    And morons don’t try to write letters while driving.

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    Jim  over 3 years ago

    Eh. I got nuthin.

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    todyoung  over 3 years ago

    Wolfie knows what an “Alpha male” is…

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    gammaguy  about 3 years ago

    Maybe he thinks “alpha mail” will be more attractive to female correspondents… or at least a certain subset of them.

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