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Standing in line at the local post office, you experience a feeling suddenly coming over you: something is not quite right, but you can’t put your finger on it. Looking over the stack of letters in your hand, you do a quick check: legible writing, return address visible, envelopes carefully sealed shut. What could it be? Your turn arrives and you head up to the counter—only to be told by the clerk that two of your pieces are too small to mail and one of the others is too fragile to make it through the postal ...

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