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Bonnie and Jackie

Ashburn, VA

#43 Dec 23, 2013
My mailman looks for a high ball not hot chocolate.

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#44 Dec 23, 2013
Domino wrote:
<quoted text>Here we go, another political party, pro OBO baiter. I saw it in your crybaby post above and threw your savior's idiotic health care program at you mockingly. You people from both sides are just plain old dumb. There is no difference between the parties other than to continue confusing and leading dolts like you in believing their scam and away from truths.
Oh look, we have a Teen Age Libertarian in our midst. Too stupid to know their being duped by the Koch Brothers.......Too F**king Funny.
Amitaba

Utica, NY

#45 Dec 23, 2013
Uticas Blank Stare wrote:
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And that's your right to do so. But the idea that tips should be expected is ridiculous.
It's only ridiculous if you're a cheap right wing asz hole.
Carrier No More

Ashburn, VA

#47 Dec 23, 2013
Bill Gates wrote:
I gave my mailman a million dollars. I'm so freaking rich I'll never even know that piddly small amount of money is gone. I know for most of you that's a huge amount of cash but for me, I most likely wouldn't even bend over to pick it up off the ground if I dropped it. Oh by the way, I'm now worth 72 Billion dollars. Merry Christmas.
and I'm sure he immediately put in his retirement papers & is headed to Florida.
We do it

Morris, NY

#48 Dec 23, 2013
We tip our mailman a small amount each Christmas. We don't have to. He wraps our packages in plastic bags and brings them right to the door in bad weather. He doesn't have to.
Uticas Blank Stare

Stillwater, NY

#49 Dec 23, 2013
Amitaba wrote:
<quoted text>It's only ridiculous if you're a cheap right wing asz hole.
That's your opinion and your ejntitled to it. It's also the reason you live where you do.
american

Worcester, MA

#50 Dec 24, 2013
The Right Gift for the Mailman
Rules for Saying Thank You to the Postal Carrier

From Tom Murse
Updated December 23, 2010
If you're trying to find the right gift for the mailman, here are a few simple rules for what postal carriers are allowed to accept, according to ethics guidelines for federal workers including those for the United State Postal Service.

Postal workers are generally prohibited from accepting gifts valued at more than $20 from customers and coworkers, but there are some exceptions.

Acceptable Gifts for the Mailman

Acceptable gifts for the mailman include:

modest refreshments such as coffee, doughnuts, cookies or soda;
plaques, trophies and other items intended for presentation;
perishable items such as food, candy, fruit or flowers so long as they are to be shared with other postal workers;
and retail gifts cards with a value of less than $20 that cannot be converted to cash.
Unacceptable Gifts for the Mailman

Postal workers are prohibited from accepted the following items:

cash;
checks;
stocks;
liquor;
anything that can be exchanged for cash;
and anything of monetary value such as meals, gift certificates, event tickets and clothing.
Perhaps the best gift for your mailman is simply a heartfelt card saying "Thank you."
Dollar Store

Ashburn, VA

#52 Dec 24, 2013
american wrote:
The Right Gift for the Mailman
Rules for Saying Thank You to the Postal Carrier
From Tom Murse
Updated December 23, 2010
If you're trying to find the right gift for the mailman, here are a few simple rules for what postal carriers are allowed to accept, according to ethics guidelines for federal workers including those for the United State Postal Service.
Postal workers are generally prohibited from accepting gifts valued at more than $20 from customers and coworkers, but there are some exceptions.
Acceptable Gifts for the Mailman
Acceptable gifts for the mailman include:
modest refreshments such as coffee, doughnuts, cookies or soda;
plaques, trophies and other items intended for presentation;
perishable items such as food, candy, fruit or flowers so long as they are to be shared with other postal workers;
and retail gifts cards with a value of less than $20 that cannot be converted to cash.
Unacceptable Gifts for the Mailman
Postal workers are prohibited from accepted the following items:
cash;
checks;
stocks;
liquor;
anything that can be exchanged for cash;
and anything of monetary value such as meals, gift certificates, event tickets and clothing.
Perhaps the best gift for your mailman is simply a heartfelt card saying "Thank you."
Maybe the clown should THANK ME for being such a great customer!
Donna Reed

Utica, NY

#53 Dec 24, 2013
american wrote:
The Right Gift for the Mailman
Rules for Saying Thank You to the Postal Carrier
From Tom Murse
Updated December 23, 2010
If you're trying to find the right gift for the mailman, here are a few simple rules for what postal carriers are allowed to accept, according to ethics guidelines for federal workers including those for the United State Postal Service.
Postal workers are generally prohibited from accepting gifts valued at more than $20 from customers and coworkers, but there are some exceptions.
Acceptable Gifts for the Mailman
Acceptable gifts for the mailman include:
modest refreshments such as coffee, doughnuts, cookies or soda;
plaques, trophies and other items intended for presentation;
perishable items such as food, candy, fruit or flowers so long as they are to be shared with other postal workers;
and retail gifts cards with a value of less than $20 that cannot be converted to cash.
Unacceptable Gifts for the Mailman
Postal workers are prohibited from accepted the following items:
cash;
checks;
stocks;
liquor;
anything that can be exchanged for cash;
and anything of monetary value such as meals, gift certificates, event tickets and clothing.
Perhaps the best gift for your mailman is simply a heartfelt card saying "Thank you."
Surely, u jest! These guys are pocketing plenty!
Uticas Blank Stare

Stillwater, NY

#54 Dec 25, 2013
Dollar Store wrote:
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Maybe the clown should THANK ME for being such a great customer!
Truth.
Speaking the Truth

Ashburn, VA

#55 Dec 25, 2013
Without me, these ppl would have NO jobs! They should be giving ___me presents!!
american

Carthage, NY

#56 Dec 25, 2013
STFU wrote:
<quoted text>Don't ever post such rubbish on here again.
Google it. These are the rules. The original poster wanted the answer and there it is.
Flamer aka Jizzass

Utica, NY

#57 Dec 25, 2013
My mailman gives more than usual for Christmas and gets twice that in return. Oh and he's married...
Flamer aka Jizzass

Utica, NY

#58 Dec 25, 2013
to a woman
Carver St

Utica, NY

#59 Dec 25, 2013
Some of these guys look plain miserable. I think they are looking for alittle something 'extra' on the side & I don't mean gifts.

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