Anyone with a vagina and a few cents could mail a letter completely unmonitored.
Amazing how many innovations, social changes, dietary restrictions, etc., ad nauseum, ad nauseous, have been developed in the vain attempt by Us to control some other Them. In this case, women. And here we go once again, this time: the Post Office.
Yep. If you haven’t listened to this episode, it’s a shorter Smollop, and you really owe it to yourself, because great goofily moogily. We wouldn’t want women writing unfettered letters wily-nily or
Where’s my fainting couch? Enough to give me the vapors.
My hotel has provided me with a fainting couch. Perhaps Twitter could help me with a reason to faint. pic.twitter.com/BPvHU5OEi4
— William Dailey, CSC (@wrdcsc) November 12, 2015
Father Dailey, you seem so cool I had to include you. Any priest that has Twitter pics that include the doc from The Love Boat and a street taco vendor would understand The Dollop’s skewed sense of humor about history. Evening to you, sir. I apologize for the profanity scattered throughout–none in this entry in your honor.
- Dutch Names and Nicknames and Their English Equivalent
- Glossary of Dutch Terms
- New Amsterdam (New York City) New York Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms 1639
The Women Of New York: Or The Underworld Of The Great City (1869) * George Ellington: propaganda designed to score women away from the Post Office (request it to be released in Kindle format)
Governing the Postal Service * Gregory J. Sidak
Home delivery was then promptly started as a way to keep women home and away from those dangerous, pesky post offices–and to continue to allow their husband to monitor their mail. Yes, that is why you receive mail in a mailbox at your house.
Want more examples of positive innovations for All The Wrong Reasons? tag: good out of bad
Band names from this episode:
- Sugar House
- SugarHouse Next Door (think Depeche Mode meets The Psychedelic Furs)
- Unfettered Letters
Cultural references from this episode:
- John Wayne Gacy’s basement (that’s a no bueno according to all the travel guides. Crowded, and difficult to check out.)
- Scooby Doo