Post Office Paranoid
Post Office Paranoid is based on my 19 years with the postal service and grew out of work-related diaries that I kept for 15 of those years, most of them spent as a clerk on the night shift. Its main theme is working at the post office and the harassment and games that seem to thrive there, due to a combination of factors I don't try to analyze but just demonstrate by using my experience as an example. It's a memoir that contains a certain amount of anger, bitterness, and what probably sounds like paranoia, but it's not some monotonous "Fear, Loathing, and Whining." Hopefully, it's an informative and somewhat humorous look at a place everyone is familiar with but few have seen the inside of.
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