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Ortho Reb
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re: What is typically cheaper to send a 1lb package?

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USPS had those flat rate boxes that you can make work. They get pissed when you cut them up and modify the box though. Try to charge you a different rate. I told them it is the same cubic volume.


I ran out of tape the other night, so I ripped off the part of the FedEx box that has the sticky part to use as tape.



fightin tigers
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re: What is typically cheaper to send a 1lb package?
Those boxes seal like a beast. I was told to use the soft packages to pack things to stay dry on a hiking trip.

They told my that altering the box is technically against the law. There is actually a warning on the box. Think I cut that part off.


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Me Bite
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re: What is typically cheaper to send a 1lb package?
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What is it? A pound of styrofoam is a hell of a lot lighter than a pound of lead.


seriously?


fightin tigers
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re: What is typically cheaper to send a 1lb package?
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Posted by Me Bite


I thought I would be too obvious with that one.


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