Scissorhead Dennis Cole sends us tidings from the front-lines of La Resistance:
SCARBOROUGH, Maine (AP) — U.S. Postal Service workers have reassembled one of the two high-speed letter sorting machines that were ordered dismantled over the summer in Maine.
WMTW-TV reports the machine that can sort more than 20,000 letters an hour went back into operation on Thursday…
The American Postal Workers Union pushed management to restore the machine to help deliver election-related mail promptly.
Sadly, the second machine was sold for scrap.
Sen. Susan Collins is now actually very concerned. Good.