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The Saturday Six: Dear…Sincerely

Due to the unexpected absence of today’s designated batter, management of The Nudge Wink Report brings you “The Saturday Six: Dear…Sincerely” posted over at Long Awkward Pause. It’s sincerely funny. Sincerely, NWR Management.

Before the internet, the age of stationery ruled.

*Cue nerd in a Game of Thrones costume: “AND it was a GLORIOUS age!”*

What is stationery you ask?

Well, in the olden days, we are talking like sometime between when Jesus walked the Earth and up to around 1983 or so, most people relied on Number 2 pencils and neatly cut squares of paper called stationary to communicate with each other. Stationery would come in many sizes and colors. You could have stationary accessories like pens, pencils, ribbons, stamps, pencil holders, paper clips, erasers, stickers, scratch-n-sniff stickers, gold foiled stickers…um…anyway, you get the idea.

(Stickers rule!)

You would jot down or type your thoughts, ideas, concerns, desires, or pornographic doodles on these archaic forms of media, then seal them in envelopes and pay someone 35 cents to truck them across the country to their destinations.

It was polite to open your…

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Blogdramedy is a recovering communications specialist who now spends her days helping non-profits communicate effectively. They rarely listen to her advice. When she's not doing that, she writes Upside of Sideways and is a field reporter for The Nudge Wink Report -- both on WordPress.

2 thoughts on “The Saturday Six: Dear…Sincerely

    1. That’s what getting old does to you. Oops. I mean “retirement.”

      Wink was all set to post this Saturday but Wink’s having blockage issues. So by all means, rip away this Saturday and we’ll change the schedule.


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