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Victor Lewis-Smith's column: MAIL BONDING?

Byline: Victor Lewis-Smith

DREADFUL news about the Post Office losing part of its monopoly.

That happened to me once too. I was on holiday when I lost the battleship, the boot and most of the Community Chest cards, and it completely ruined our subsequent games.

But this news could be even more serious than it first appeared. I mean, I can't see private companies delivering at anti-social hours, like the good old Post Office does.

For example, an acquaintance of mine phoned Michael Barrymore some time ago, and was told: "I'm in a terrible state - the postman woke me up at 6am. That's the last time I sleep with him."

Let's hope he could swim.


STATE: Barrymore
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 2, 2002
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