Which is better, the mailer or the postage stamp?

By now, most of you have heard about a new USPS stamp that looks like it could be a good idea.

In fact, it looks like a good one.

But what is it, and how did it come to be?

Read moreIn February 2018, USPS announced it was looking for ways to simplify its postage process and cut costs.

It proposed an alternative to the old “large” envelope and new “small” envelope.

The USPS said it was using a combination of “new technologies” to create a new, more streamlined, more efficient postage stamp.

The proposed postage stamps will use a stamp that is made of a metal that’s less porous than the old mailer, which was designed to keep ink from sticking to the paper, according to the USPS.

The new stamp is made from a material that’s easier to handle.

It looks like the new postage stamp is designed to help the USPS cut costs, but there are a few major questions.

How much will it cost?

The USPS has said the new stamps will cost between $2 and $3 per mailer.

It’s unclear whether this means a postage fee of $2 per postage stamp or a one-time fee of as little as $1.99 per mailers worth.

And it’s not clear how many mailers will be made available.

It’s also unclear what happens to mailers after the new stamp hits the market.

But there’s a new website that will let you buy the stamp yourself, with prices starting at $2.50 per postage item.

The new stamps are expected to ship in early 2019.