I Can Hardly Wait

Just back from the Post Office. Foolish to go on a morning after a holiday, I know, but I had the time, so I tried it.

There were 18 numbers ahead of my ticket and a dozen or so people waiting around. There was one window open.

I waited for about five minutes. It looked as though a second window would open, but instead a postal employee with a fake tan just looked at the crowd that gathered to adore her. I left after the five minutes because the one open window had processed one customer shipping one package in the time I was there, and the guy leaning on the table in front of me had about 60 Priority Mail envelopes.

I cannot wait until our federal government does the same to our medical industry. And once it does, I will wait, hardly.

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