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Revolution in the mailbox (5)

by | Feb 15, 2013 | correspondence, Insurgency | 5 comments

The latest missive from the worldwide typewriter insurgency has reached my nonelectronic inbox. Showing a lovely view of Würzburg and typed on an IBM Executive, it reports on guerrilla activity in central Europe. Remarkably, it was postmarked in Kansas City. The Society works in mysterious ways …


5 Comments

  1. Robert Messenger

    Everything's up to date in Kansas City, they've gone about as far as they can go! (Rodgers & Hammerstein, Oklahoma). Wonderfully done.

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  2. Vikram

    That is an awesome stamp, too! Beautiful postcard.

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  3. Bill M

    That is a great card. Nice photo, nice typeface and as Vikram mentioned, stamp.

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  4. Dwayne F.

    Yes, the Society is indeed mysterious. Rumor has it that agents and minions lurk in every major city in world. They are trained (brainwashed?) in the equally mysterious Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang. Hiding the trail of classified correspondence would be child's play for this elite cadre!

    And that stamp is really choice.

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  5. J.A.

    Oh what fun! Love it when people not only type but get utterly goofy too!

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