"Forever stamps"

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  1. B_Lightkeeper

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    Postage is going up soon and if you stock up on those "forever stamps" you might want to pay attention to two new designs. One looks like a Christmas tree in shape but has EID GREETINGS printed at the bottom.

    The other has ZAZZLE.COM and has a butterfly, two hearts and other scribbles. Both are arabic and deslgned to remember and honor the EID Muslim holiday. :frown1:
     
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    The new "EID Greetings" stamp has existed for 10 years. Welcome to 2001.

    The Zazzle.com one you mention isn't an official USPS-issued stamp, its just a customized postage stamp. Anybody can go onto Zazzle.com and create their own stamp to commemorate or celebrate whatever occasion they wish.
     
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    someday Pagan stamps :)
     
  4. TurkeyWithaSunburn

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    Scary moooslim stamps RUN RUN RUN for the hills!!!!! :rolleyes:
     
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    "The Post Office announced today that it is going to issue a stamp commemorating prostitution in the United States. It's a ten-cent stamp, but if you want to lick it, it's a quarter." -- Chevy Chase, Saturday Night Live (unknown date)
     
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    And?

    There are Muslims in the United States, too.
     
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