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May 7th, 2009
11:32 AM ET

Huzzah! (DOH!)

Sure, today's "Odd Day"... but more importantly, it's Simpsons Stamp Release Day.

USPS.com
USPS.com

As a longtime Simpsons dork, I have mixed emotions. I'm thrilled the clan will grace my outgoing birthday cards. But no sneering Mr. Burns stamp to affix to bills?! Shoot – one of his best lines ever was to a postal clerk!

It hurts, USPS. It hurts.

(Any other Springfieldians you'd hoped to see? Feel free to leave comments - and fave show quotes! - below.)


Filed under: Kyra Phillips
soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. michael armstrong sr.

    i like the simpsons but stamps should be for fallin heroes and presidents to honer there service to our country.

    May 8, 2009 at 8:57 am |
  2. Slim

    It's true. She's a Simpsons Dork. Try to stump her with a trivia question (early simpsons years preferred). Oh yes, she'll know it.

    May 14, 2009 at 1:25 pm |
  3. LaQuita Preston

    I just want to share I remember Michael Jackson when he did the beat it video. and every one went out and bought that Jacket. I had one and it was red. There will never be another like Michael Jackson He will be missed very much. My prayers goes out to his family. He will never be forgotten. I grew up with his music.every thing he did was his own trade mark and no one can take that away.

    Love YA Always Michael Jackson

    June 26, 2009 at 11:20 am |
  4. Sharyll Glasstetter

    I think Michael Jackson was an incredible talent. What upsets me is another talent, Farah Fawcett was also a talent, just in another field of the entertainment business. Her loss has got almost no coverage, while Michael has got hours and hours of coverage. What a discredit for Ryan and Farah's son.

    June 30, 2009 at 12:38 am |

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