The Trash is in the Mail
OK, this story would fall in the “funny as hell” category, as long as it doesn’t happen to you. Or maybe not. Regardless, this tale is brutal, and more than a little puzzling.
If you check out the story on our home page, South Jersey printer Hamilton Press saw more than 3,300 envelopes from a $15K print, $6K postage job destroyed and returned three weeks after it was “mailed,” accompanied by the following items: a withered orange, a bottle of joint ointment, a wall rack for videotapes, books, trash and unrelated mail.