I like getting tips and pointers from regular Voice readers. I've gotten three in the last two days including one about our mail delivery here in B'game. According to Wikipedia, the unoffical motto of the US Postal Service
The inspiring words "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds" - while by no means an official creed or motto of the United States Postal Service - have long been associated with the American postman. The motto is inscribed on New York's James Farley Post Office, but it has no official status.
That "gloom of night" bit seems very appropriate since our local tipster reports that he is regularly getting his mail delivered after 10 PM! While that might seem meritorious on the part of the postman, I would be more worried about leaving mail outside overnight. The USPS cut the price of a forever stamp at the beginning of the year by .02 but maybe it should have stayed at .49 and we hire another carrier or two to keep deliveries in daylight or close to it. Change your clocks tonight!