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Old 11-14-2007, 03:08 PM   #6
Michael Rowley
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We, of course, don't need to specify the origin
You don't mention that before postage stamps were invented in the UK, no one else knew of such a thing, but it is relevant.

The US law against having pictures of individuals (I didn't know it existed) seems logical in a country where the president has so much power but can exercise it for (now) only eight years; I should not like to even think of the purposes to which US postage stamps were not the subject of such laws.

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