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Logistics.
Postal Service Celebrates Another Awesome Day Of Delivering Mail -- Emphatic cheers of "We did it again!" and "USPS is the best!" rang out from the nation's post offices Tuesday as the United States Postal Service celebrated yet another amazing day of successfully delivering the country's mail.

Greyhound follows in the footsteps of the airline industry.
Greyhound Now Charging Customers $15 Fee To Vomit In Aisle -- Greyhound passengers accustomed to complimentary vomiting in the aisles will now be charged a $15 fee to do so, company representatives announced Monday. "In order to better serve our customers in the future, we have instituted a small surcharge for those needing to empty their stomach down the center walkway," said spokesman Don Randall, adding that once riders wipe themselves off, they can pay with any major debit or credit card.

Capitalism is done.
Continued Existence Of Edible Arrangements Disproves Central Tenets Of Capitalism -- "To understand this enigma, we must discard the naïve notion that free-market prices reflect what consumers are willing to pay," Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz said. "Otherwise, how else are we to rationalize the phenomenon of a human being willingly spending 84 bucks on 18 green apple wedges and a Mylar balloon?"

Doesn't surprise me.
Quick-Lube Shop Masters Electronic Record Keeping Six Years Before Medical Industry -- A comprehensive digital cataloging system that keeps track of its customers' car maintenance history, oil-change needs, and past fuel-filter replacements puts Karl's Lube & Go's computerized record- keeping an estimated six years ahead of the medical industry's, sources confirmed Friday.

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