Twice, in the past week, we’ve gotten what appears to be a mailed subscription of Two-Lane Livin’ back in the mail for insufficient postage.
They have our return address on them.
But….. We didn’t send them.
These are mailed in a yellow manila envelope. Ours are white.
These have the metal clasp to hold the flap shut, which costs extra postage, which is likely the reason these are being rejected for being 44 cents short.
The envelopes are posted in Central Arizona, sent to what looks to be — perhaps an Army base….
While we think that it is awesome that our readers send their copies on to others — we’d prefer not to pay 44 cents in postage shortages every month, and hate to think that a service man is waiting extra weeks to get his copy.
So — Anonymous Arizona reader, please cut the metal clasp off of your envelopes, add 44 cents to your postage, or purchase a subscription for Mr. Johnson instead.
Thanks, and keep reading!