Junk Snail Mail Font isn't Fooling Anyone
What year do these junk snail mail senders think it is – 2001? You can’t just pick a font that looks like handwriting and expect to fool anyone. It’s junk mail – I can tell it’s not real handwriting. Also, I don’t know anyone in Columbia, Maryland, and it’s not currently some bygone error when long distance calling was impossible or expensive, so no one I don’t know is going to try to contact me this way… I appreciate they don’t want to put their company name on the outside of the envelope because if they did, I’d be less likely to open it, but… let’s stop this game. You’re just wasting paper. I recycle it, and it’s nice that the Post Office gets some business, but… yeesh. Get with the times and just blast me with spam email like everyone else!