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By DaisyMay - / Monday 4 April 2011 19:47 / United States
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  DocBastard  |  38

Rallets, does your comment have anything to do with the comment you posted under, or did you put it here to be an attention whore? That's a rhetorical question. We all know the answer.

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  KingDingALing  |  9

I remember when I used to thread-jack the first comment. That was back when KaySL brutally fucked me up along with some other people. Ah, good times. :') Don't ruin my special moment, assholes.

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  AWESOME3SOME  |  0

76- Like you're trying to do? Did he not just state something along the lines of being a attention whore and now you're jumping on his pecker stating your pointless opinions.

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  anie01  |  5

Nope. Mailboxes are actually federal property, as are the keys. Breaking into one would result in felony allegations-- even if it's assigned to you. It's a big fucking deal to mess with the post office or tamper with mail in any form.

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  rallets  |  22

i know, how does something just turn up missing? thats like waking up dead, man. you cant go to bed dead and wake up alive but you can go to bed alive and wake up dead

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  KaySL  |  24

Someone's been watching too much Scary Movie, which is kind of like you, Rallets. Occasionally amusing, and yet normally tragically unfunny.

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  KaySL  |  24

As Rallets and his troll friends would say: umad? He's an idiot for ripping off someone else's joke (AMONG OTHER THINGS), not for having seen a movie.

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  joa76  |  3

If they have a key, that means they get their mail at the post office, which means it gets sorted and placed directly into the box from inside the mailroom. They're not getting into the mailroom to grab it before it gets put in the box. It doesn't work that way. They COULD, however, go to the counter and ASK about it. If they show ID, I see no reason why the mail person wouldn't give them their mail (I don't know if they'd need ID or not...here you can just say the box number, but it's a small town).

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I also have a key to my mail box, which costs $25 to replace if it goes missing. All of the homes in my neighborhood share a bank of mailboxes, so the mail carrier only has to make one stop to deliver mail to 20 homes. I was thinking this was the case for OP, and FHL because not only do you have to pay for a new key, but it takes awhile! When we bought our house, it took five days for the box to be rekeyed.

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