Thursday, January 14, 2010

Back in the day

Check these things out. These exciting, non computerized pieces of paper are called postcards. You scribble words onto the back then mail them to your friends or family to share the stoke about the rad pooka shells, Vaurnets, and stink finger you scored while on summer vacation. You sent them by afixing a sticky paper thing called a POSTAGE STAMP. These here postcards are from around 1984. The last known postcard that was actually mailed in the US was in 1989. Which makes them irrelevant. I came across 1664 of these old relics from the days of yore while doing inventory over the Holidays. They're just a fraction of the 42,031 that we still have sitting in our warehouse ready to sell.

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