No 101

January 28, 2012

Wow yesterday was my hundredth post and nobody sent me a cake or anything: Bummer Jeff had to send a letter to the social security administration in the US today, what a project first as those of you who live down here know there is no such thing as first class mail here. That was the first problem solved they went to the UPS store to send it from there, quite a bit more expensive but the letter was rather important. After giving him the address and having him check inside the envelope to make sure we weren’t sending a ton of coke (A total of ten minutes) and him checking with his superiors by phone, we were informed the address was unacceptable because it was a PO Box. Jeff was a little upset but they went home to see if there was a regular street address to send it to, of course there wasn’t. So now they had to get another envelope put the first letter in and mail to their friend Rodrigo and ask him if he would please put a stamp on it and drop it in the mail box. So now back to the UPS store and go through everything all over again after another 15 minutes it was done of course it cost around twenty two dollars to send it but that the price you have to pay. Before anyone says why didn’t you just email it? The government does not conduct Social security bus. No email they consider it to be very insecure, I think it’s better than sending mail from foreign countries, but what do I know I’m just a cat. Ciao

One Response to “No 101”

  1. Valerie said

    It had to be a letter you couldn”t just call?? How could there not be a post office??


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