DOU­BLE EX­PO­SURE DOU­BLE EX­PO­SURE

Bring­ing to light the un­told - and un­true sto­ries be­hind the pic­tures

Albuquerque Journal - - OP-ED -

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NEXT WEEK: “We’d like to kiss 2020 good­bye, but Zo­zo­bra gives new mean­ing to the moniker ‘hot lips.’” ... OR ...

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THIS WEEK’S WIN­NERS

The mail would have been on time, if only the Pony Ex­press rider had not fallen off his horse some­where near An­ton Chico.

FRANK G. SAN­DOVAL, Al­bu­querque

“Dear Cousins, Re­ally look­ing for­ward to the Novem­ber elec­tion! That dreamy, hand­some War­ren Hard­ing will whip stuffy old Cox/Roo­sevelt, and we’ll be back to ‘nor­malcy’ in no time!”

CH­ERYL K. HAAKER, Al­bu­querque

USPS lo­cates the Repub­li­can health care plan.

KEMP­TON LINDQUIST, Al­bu­querque

This is a new def­i­ni­tion for SNAIL MAIL, aka POST HASTE meets 100 years of SLOW MO­TION!

TODD TIBBALS, Al­bu­querque

Be­fore the in­tro­duc­tion of the “For­ever Stamp” there was the oh-so-lit­eral “100Year Stamp.”

ARTHUR D. ORTEGA, Al­bu­querque

Writ­ing very small, the post­card sender thought they had got­ten their money’s worth. Un­for­tu­nately, they didn’t an­tic­i­pate a slight de­liv­ery de­lay.

MARK B. YARNELLE, Al­bu­querque

Ob­vi­ously it was de­liv­ered by Pony Ex­press. You can smell the ma­nure.

LINDA S. SOLOMON, Al­bu­querque

No won­der my draft board couldn’t find me for WWI.

DWAYNE ARGAUD, Al­bu­querque

This post­card de­layed 100 years states “Your mail-in bal­lot will fol­low shortly.”

RICK W. WELLER, Al­bu­querque

ED­DIE MOORE/JOUR­NAL

COURTESY BRIT­TANY KEECH

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