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October 13th, 2002

The DOJ Needs a Dictionary

Huyen came across an envelope she got in 1993 from the US Department of Justice’s Immigration and Naturalization Services. Take a look at the return address:

DOJ envelope

It’s always comforting to see a blatant spelling error on the DOJ’s return address. I can only hope it’s been since corrected.

Posted in Just Plain Odd

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday October 13, 2002 -- 3:35:15 pm
Shouldn't they have used the proper USPS abbreviation "VA" anyway?

FROM: Ryan
DATE: Sunday October 13, 2002 -- 11:14:01 pm
Probably. I don't know whether it was a big deal or not in 93 to do so...

Virgina. Sounds dirty.

FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Monday October 14, 2002 -- 8:16:40 am
I think I'd rather they use the envelopes than spend public funds to re-print them.

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