You’ve Got Mail, Man!

I was standing in line in Tim Horton’s this morning when I overheard some ladies talking about the abundance of snow. One of them complained about the fact that their neighbourhood postal worker wrote them a letter informing them that mail delivery would be put on hold until they cleared their walk. The complainer then went on to say how unfair this was, as the walk wasn’t very long from the sidewalk to her front stoop, and that the postal worker was unreasonable.



ATTENTION! THIS IS THE IDIOT POLICE! PLEASE FACE THE NEAREST WALL AND GIVE YOUR FOREHEAD A GOOD SMACK! USE A BRICK WALL IF POSSIBLE AS IT KNOCKS MORE SENSE INTO YOU!

Wow. Talk about clueless. This is a prime example of the selfishness that our society is saturated in. Yes, it’s true that her walkway may not be all that long. But how many snow-filled walkways does the poor postal worker have to walk up every day?


Let’s imagine that everyone had a twenty foot walkway. And that walkway was filled with snow. Now imagine that you have to traverse up and down each walkway on top of walking your entire route carrying pieces of mail slung over your shoulder. It can get tiring. The fact that the postal worker wrote a letter should have been a cue to just clear the damned walkway. And the fact that she made a big deal about how small the walkway is should really point out how lazy her family is for not getting off their butts to do their due diligence.


Kudos to that postal person for standing up for themselves. Canada Post doesn’t really get a fair shake. They are a great service!

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6 Responses

  1. Wow. If her walk is so short, why can’t she just shovel it? Idiot!

  2. Good god, why must everyone in the world (except for my immediate circle of friends) be so stupid? I truly hope this woman breaks her leg in several places while traversing this “short” path.

  3. Your ideas always sound so warm and fuzzy!

  4. i’m with rappy…broken legs are in order 🙂 what a cow!

  5. I guess Tim Horton’s coffee lines are no longer the fountain of intellectual discourse they used to be. On to to Coffee Time.

  6. …I’m with you and the postal worker. The letter had to be a hint. That the postal worker went out of their way to leave a letter hinting to clear the walkway shows that they’ve probably been going out of their way for some time, and the lady has no room to bitch…

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