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Creating Jobs on Stamps

The Stamp Collecting Report, I'm Lloyd de Vries

The decision to allow people still living on U-S stamps has eliminated any waiting period
whatsoever. That makes sense: Why allow living people and people dead more than five years,
but not someone who died recently?

The newly-revised guidelines for stamp subjects talk about people who, quote, "made
extraordinary contributions to American society and culture" and "transformative

Like Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

"I think Steve Jobs is going to end up being an inspiring figure because he has, one, a very
interesting story, he was a very larger-than-life personality, and he used that in order to
kind of push through his vision."   RUNS :10

says C-Net senior editor Dan Ackerman. And adds fellow Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak,
interviewed on ABC's "Nightline:"

"Almost every personal computer in the world has some Steve Jobs history in it." RUNS :03

The new policy was designed to honor people you know are going to end up on a stamp anyway...
a little sooner.

Like Steve Jobs.

I'm Lloyd de Vries of The Virtual Stamp Club. For more on stamps and stamp collecting,
visit virtual-stamp-club-dot-com.

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