5.22.2007

Why Use Boring Stamps?



So I'm rushing to finish my final draft this week (yes, Virginia, the _final_ draft) before heading west for a vacation and a retreat. But for your consideration today, I submit the new Jamestown stamps, available already in the 41-cent version, and the "Forever" stamp that everyone is talking about. The Forever stamp ain't bad...nice version of the liberty bell and all...but why would you send anything with a plain old boring square stamp when you could send these cool, well-designed, timely _triangular_ stamps?
Life is too short for boring stamps.

4 comments:

The Nunchuk said...

Why limit yourself to boring USPS stamps when stamps.com will let you make your own?

Martin O'Shea said...

A graphic novel which explores the response of the Church to suffering within its scope is available from: www.forbiddenplanet.co.uk

There's also a preview at: http://www.all-creatures.org/fol/ann-theleast.html

Whilst the book challenges certain attitudes and dogma it remains a Catholic (if underground) comic.

All the best,

Martin




The Least Among Us ISBN 0-9552945-0-9

Daniel said...

you want cool stamps, try this:

http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=81833

marvel comic stamps!

marc rousso said...

stamps should speak about history and we could learn a lot... Marc rousso