Halloween Postage Stamps Coming This Year!

by on Mar.13, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from Wicked October | Go to Original Post

Sure, no one mails anything nowadays, but as a person who used pens to write with my hands and then put letters in a magical box, I find the retro charm of stamps delightful. The US Postal Service is issuing the “Spooky Silhouettes” series created by illustrator Tyler Lang (see more of his work at AlwaysWithHonor.com) later this year.

Thanks to Miranda at SpookyLittleHalloween.com for breaking this news to the Twitterverse! A pox on you if you are not following Miranda, the ruling Queen of Halloween. She is everything.


While perusing the USPS site I saw the following disclaimer:

“The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.”

Wonder where your tax dollars go: of every dollar, 23¢ goes to the military, 29¢ goes to healthcare, 14¢ to federal debt, and billionaires now pay $85 billion dollars less than they used to, and 100 highly profitable corporations pay no taxes at all (as of 2017 data). So many things wrong with our government so make sure to have your voice heard and VOTE!

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