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Saturday, February 07, 2009

My fear of junk mail (and what I did about it)

As Dvorak might say, I get no junk mail.

Rural mailbox by Matt McGee (Matt McGee)

Our real world spam filters for our real world mailboxes are woefully inadequate. It's no great surprise then that it's taken a year and the determination to harangue those who've persisted in mailing, stealth flyer depositing, and driveway dumping of un-asked for publications, but the flood became a trickle and then...just about completely gone. Junk mail eradication. Worth every repetitive phone call. Should you care to join me in the land of the highly selective, often lonely mailbox (doorknob and driveway to boot), instructions are here. Come on over to the mailbox-zero side.

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