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By fuckfuck - / Friday 31 January 2014 18:46 / United States - Fort Smith
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By  Levvy  |  22

Eh, look at it this way. Now that that's done, you can save some time and effort at that stop just flinging mail instead of having to drop it in the box. His loss, your gain.

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  Axipiter  |  24

1, Canada ain't much better. You see all kinds of crazy shit delivering mail on the mean streets of Canada, take it from someone with experience.

By  Levvy  |  22

Eh, look at it this way. Now that that's done, you can save some time and effort at that stop just flinging mail instead of having to drop it in the box. His loss, your gain.

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That is what I am saying. Legally, as a public official (assuming that you work for USPS; I'm not sure how it would work for a private company, like FedEx or UPS), you have the right, nay, the obligation to go onto his lawn.

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  WinterBlue42  |  22

Actually, I think the best option would be for the OP to report it to his superiors, and not deliver the mail until they provide a solution. (Such as police, or. . Something.)

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