Oh there are people who would care alright - - AND complain about it!
In late April the day after tornadoes devastated northern Alabama and power was out across most of it I saw people going to their mailboxes looking for that days mail. A friend of mine works for the Post Office (those who could make it in were required to report to work) told me that people were phoning and stopping by her location complaining about how they didn't get their mail.
Hello you Morons! People have died, neighborhoods destroyed, TVA hit, most of the area didn't have any power whatsoever (and we didn't know when we were getting it back) and you are upset about not getting mail delivery!??!!!
upset about not getting mail delivery!??!!!
It’s probably because they rememeber a time in this
nations history when the mail WOULD go through, hell
or high water.
“Do you really think people would care if they could only get a drivers license or registration just M-Th at a DMV?
Actually, I would care and complain about it, but for a different reason than you expect. I’ve never understood why DMV and most government offices are open generally 8 am -5 pm on weekdays, when people who work need to get to them from 6-8 am and 6-10 pm weekdays and 8-5 on weekends. Typical government bureaucrats’ response to the needs of constituents, eh? I’ve never been to a voter ID, passport, garbage or utility service office that was busy during the day besides 8-9, lunch, and 4-5—but you can bet that they’re open 8-5 to “help people.”