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March 14, 2019

THE POLE ALSO HAS A VALID FLORIDA DRIVER'S LICENSE

Staten Island woman receiving bills addressed to the wooden pole outside her home.

(Thanks to esleabs and Le Petomane)

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Mark the bills return to cider and be careful not to fall and break a hip.

cinder. too much cider could lead to a broken hip, so I may or may not choose to amend my prior comment.

Hey, that's no way to talk about Linda Kozlowski's acting.

“I’m 83 years old. Why are they putting me through this? I’m a nice woman.”

Salutes Ms. Sprizzo

A winter's day
In a deep and dark December
I am alone
Gazing from my window to the streets below
On a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow
I am a pole
On Staten island

I've been sending that pole postcards for years.

Send the bills to the North Pole where they belong.

No normal person sends bills to a wooden telephone pole.

Lovin' the S&G earwig!

*waves flashlight app in The Charter Pole's direction*

*boards the Geezer Bus*

Come on, Pole-ish jokes aren't nice.

She sounds Italian to me.

What?

Before he retired from a tobacco company and hired on to the telephone company wasn't Elijah a Native American Indian instead of Polish?

Did that guy say it's standard procedure to send the bill to the pole? I guess normal people don't work at Con Edison.

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