The United States Postal Service is having some serious cash flow problems which are forcing them to consider major cutbacks. However, if tightening the belt fails to curb the losses, they could end mail service altogether by next summer.
Stephen Colbert celebrated the end of the USPS on Wednesday night's show, lamenting only the fact that he has yet to be featured on a stamp. But like all good men of action, the "Report" host has taken matters into his own hands and designed the stamp himself.
Colbert's bold move got us thinking: What about all of our commemorative stamp ideas we've been sending pushy emails* about? If the USPS doesn't see the value in a "Full House" stamp, then maybe their time really is up. Take a look at these great concepts below and tell us you wouldn't buy sheet after sheet of all of these. Honestly, if the USPS is looking to save its business... here it is. Like money in the bank, or better yet, letters in the mailbox.
*Oops, guess we're part of the problem.
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