Thursday, November 15, 2012
Via EVG reader Mike at the Peter Stuyvesant Post Office on East 14th Street... where he simply wanted to buy a stamp.
The windows were closed. No Internet, per the sign.
Well, just use a machine.
"Nope, the wall machines weren't working either. And they got rid of (probably a while ago) the simpler, dumber (i.e., not Internet-connected) machines that just took money and dispensed stamps."
Anyone around working?
"The only thing open was the line to hand out held packages. And, of course, there wasn't another employee to be seen, even after repeatedly knocking on the door to the back room."
Previously on EV Grieve:
Today in rants: the Peter Stuyvesant Post Office
Posted by Grieve at 1:40 PM