Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: board game postage question ... again
From: email@example.com (Craig R. Falkenham)
Date: 1991-05-04, 18:29
NOTE: I tried posting this a few days ago, but I didn't see it. If it did
get on, then you don't have to read it again. Otherwise, I screwed up the
first time and this is new to you. Share and enjoy.
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In case you're wondering, I'm the one who posted the message that I had a
copy of the 2-page Twin Peaks board game about a month ago.
So far I've sent my address to about 15 people. If you asked for it and
haven't received it yet, please send me another mail message. We're
experiencing technical difficulties with the system lately, so don't think
I'm just tormenting you by not responding.
I received a message from someone who said the following:
Maybe you've heard this already, but the U.S. Post Office
will not allow me to purchase Canadian postage; hence I
can't really send you a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
How have others been handling this delimma? I don't mean
to cause a big deal when you're doing something so nice,
so please let me know whatever I can do to help.
Well, I don't know too much about the Postal Service, but here goes.
This scenario seems to be sound to me: on both envelopes, put whatever
postage you would normally use for a letter. Of course, because of the
size (8.5 * 11), it might cost more, you'd have to check with the Post
Office. Of course, I live in Nova Scotia and the rules elsewhere might
be different. When in doubt, ask Mom.
So far, I haven't received any envelopes from anyone. Hope they're not
all stopped at the border.
If I've given any false information, or if anyone knows the right way to
go about this, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Craig R. Falkenham
The Master of the Obvious