Thursday, June 7, 2007

Remember the Alamo!

I guess this is one way to deter those pesky kids from scoring points with your mailbox during their next friendly game of mailbox baseball. Spoil sports.

By the way before you get any ideas U.S. Code Title 18, Section 1705 prohibits the willful destruction of a mailbox, or mail within it, and allows for a fine and up to three years of imprisonment for persons who do so.

Just in case you've never been to the Alamo, unlike Ozzy, or you've been and forgotten what it looks like, like Ozzy, but for completely different reasons...maybe. Here's what it looks like:

1 comment:

TaraLivesOn said...

Correct me if I am wrong, but postal regulations also forbid "fortified" boxes that will not collapse if someone accidentally hits themselves on it?

Something to do with safety? I've seen articles where the local Post Office manager makes the homeowner take such boxes down.