Sometimes, for fun, I poke around on the U.S.P.S. website. There's a lot of interesting stuff hidden around in there. I'm weird; I like knowing about various regulations and charts and graphs and stuff. They have a lot of info in their press release section that I never come across anywhere else. I feel like they hide away some of the most interesting things. For example, here's an 88-page brochure about the entire history of the U.S.P.S. It's wonderful. It's full of everything you ever wanted to know about the postal service. A list of postmasters? A visual essay on postal vehicles? A discussion on postal seal insignia? What it is Postal Inspectors actually do? All of these questions and more are answered. It's free, just hanging out for download behind an unassuming URL. Thanks for the great read, U.S.P.S., now quit hidding your light under a bushel and tell us where the other cool stuff on your site is at.