The U.S. Postal Service says it will end Saturday mail delivery in August, but will continue to deliver packages six days a week. The move will save roughly $2 billion dollars out of a $16 billion deficit, making this a plan that will return the USPS to perfect fiscal health when it cuts mail delivery to -1 days.
Solving this crisis would be a lot easier if all it took was releasing another indie pop album:
U.S. Postal Service Name The Postal Service Flying mail to the Anaktuvuk Pass Post Office in Alaska, the only link residents of this road-less town have to the outside world Commitment to Altitude "Such Great Heights" 546,000 people Employees/Members Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello Competitor Relationship to UPS Friends with music licensing benefits Delivering mail by mule train to Native Americans who live at the bottom of the Grand Canyon Toughest Assignment Releasing a second album
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