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mailboxes: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t cover of my New Yorker magazine stating: he "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail," First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly of you Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier. I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem. Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and neighbors I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity. C. Fay Apartment #39 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course, pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law, thought that would be over reacting. This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)
 mailboxes: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t
 cover of my New Yorker magazine stating:
 he
 "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop
 fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail,"
 First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly
 of you
 Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail
 in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or
 apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox
 specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your
 name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier.
 I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem.
 Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the
 carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from
 occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and
 neighbors
 I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish
 note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen
 again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead
 of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just
 leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another
 Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity.
 C. Fay
 Apartment #39
 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as
 you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that
 tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this
 information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course,
 pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity
 anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door
 for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law,
 thought that would be over reacting.
This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)

This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)

mailboxes: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t cover of my New Yorker magazine stating: he "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail," First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly of you Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier. I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem. Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and neighbors I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity. C. Fay Apartment #39 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course, pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law, thought that would be over reacting. This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.
 mailboxes: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t
 cover of my New Yorker magazine stating:
 he
 "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop
 fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail,"
 First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly
 of you
 Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail
 in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or
 apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox
 specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your
 name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier.
 I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem.
 Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the
 carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from
 occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and
 neighbors
 I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish
 note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen
 again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead
 of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just
 leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another
 Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity.
 C. Fay
 Apartment #39
 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as
 you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that
 tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this
 information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course,
 pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity
 anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door
 for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law,
 thought that would be over reacting.
This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.

This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.

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mailboxes: 4G 2:28 Posts Dec 19 at 3:45pm M Cards Stolen From Mailbox $1 Raeford, NC (28376) People are evil! This lady stole Christmas cards out of our mailbox containing gift cards for my in-laws this morning. I know people are struggling during this time of the year, but do they not know this is a federal offense?!?! Thankful for our home security system and that we have them on video I am so sick right now! O Write a comment 4G 2:28 Comments Or a meth head 1 minute ago Unlike I 1 I don't give two shit if u screen shot it hell I'll do it for u yes l was in the wrong taking the lady's 2 Christmas cards but all the other shit I didn't n the shit l post online comes from a friend that gets shit really really cheap not stolen but I'm not goin to sit here n go bk n forth when I get charged for the one crime I did I'll take it till then y'all keep doin what u do Just now Like Someone please grab ss and make a post calling her out specifically. Not everyone is in these comments Just now Like Someone is writing a comment O Write a reply 4G 2:25 Comments bladen county. Quit acting like this was just one time. 1 minute ago Unlike I 1 better hurry before she deletes stu 1 minute ago Like y no proof meaning l didn't fucking do it n yea l admit the video was me n I'll take the charges for that but all this other shit yall got fucked up I'm done commenting so y'all have at it peace Just now Like LIG 11%. 2:24 PM Comments that ass. 1 New Comment Like O Write a reply 4G 2.31 Comments I Like Comment O Write a comment 2 minutes ago Like Yes, please tell us why. Maybe we can UDGIN understand 1 minute ago Like Nothing was stolen off bk a truck where do y'all come up with all this what y all goin to blame everything in the USA on me? 1 minute ago Like eturn her it tweaker No 1 minute ago Unlike I 1 Are you going to give her cards back O Write a reply 4G 2:32 Comments She doesn't deny being on drugs JUDGING though 1 minute ago Like If 1 you gonna answer my guestion? Why'd you do it? You gonna give the cards back? Just now Like eone get ss pls! Yall got me fucking up at work. Lol getting yelled at an shit Just now Unlike I I go to a dr thats all u need to kno u ain't a fucking judge I ain't gotta answer shit Just now Like O Write a reply caught stealing gift cards out of mailboxes
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 2:28
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 Dec 19 at 3:45pm M
 Cards Stolen From Mailbox
 $1 Raeford, NC (28376)
 People are evil! This lady stole Christmas cards out of
 our mailbox containing gift cards for my in-laws this
 morning. I know people are struggling during this time
 of the year, but do they not know this is a federal
 offense?!?! Thankful for our home security system
 and that we have them on video
 I am so sick right
 now!
 O Write a comment

 4G
 2:28
 Comments
 Or a meth head
 1 minute ago
 Unlike
 I 1
 I don't give two shit if u screen shot it
 hell I'll do it for u yes l was in the
 wrong taking the lady's 2 Christmas
 cards but all the other shit I didn't n
 the shit l post online comes from a
 friend that gets shit really really cheap
 not stolen but I'm not goin to sit here
 n go bk n forth when I get charged for
 the one crime I did I'll take it till then
 y'all keep doin what u do
 Just now
 Like
 Someone please grab ss and make a
 post calling her out specifically. Not
 everyone is in these comments
 Just now
 Like
 Someone is writing a comment
 O Write a reply

 4G
 2:25
 Comments
 bladen county. Quit acting like this
 was just one time.
 1 minute ago
 Unlike
 I 1
 better hurry
 before she deletes stu
 1 minute ago
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 y no proof meaning l didn't
 fucking do it n yea l admit the video
 was me n I'll take the charges for that
 but all this other shit yall got fucked
 up I'm done commenting so y'all have
 at it peace
 Just now
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 LIG 11%. 2:24 PM
 Comments
 that ass.
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 O Write a reply

 4G
 2.31
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 I Like
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 O Write a comment
 2 minutes ago
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 Yes, please tell us why. Maybe we can
 UDGIN
 understand
 1 minute ago
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 Nothing was stolen off bk a truck
 where do y'all come up with all this
 what y all goin to blame everything in
 the USA on me?
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 eturn her it tweaker
 No
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 Unlike
 I 1
 Are you going to give her cards back
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 4G
 2:32
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 She doesn't deny being on drugs
 JUDGING
 though
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 If
 1
 you gonna
 answer my guestion? Why'd you do it?
 You gonna give the cards back?
 Just now
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 eone get ss pls! Yall got me
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 ain't a fucking judge I ain't gotta
 answer shit
 Just now
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