For the past 150 years the United States Postal Service has delivered mail on Saturdays.  But in an effort to save some money, Saturday mail will soon be a thing of the past.  How big of a difference will it actually make?

Today the USPS made the announcement that beginning August 5th, they will no longer be delivering mail on Saturdays.  So my question is, is it really that big of a deal?

Most government offices are only open Monday through Friday anyway and it will be a 2 billion dollar savings.  So we have to wait an extra day to get our bills or our weekly store ads, big deal.

I actually don't use the mail as much as I use to.  With everything online now, mail is kind of a thing of the past.  I email instead of sending letters, most of my bills are sent to my email to save paper and I can't really remember the last time I bought a stamp for anything.

How do you feel about the changes?



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