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Each time the postal service does something to infuriate the general public, which is fairly often, it encourages business to reevaluate, to look for a more dependable, less expensive, and faster type of communication," says Steve Bonneau, president of Denver-based Infaxamation, an enhanced fax/data service bureau.
Today's revelation of where the money goes will infuriate all motorists, whether they support or oppose the speed traps.
This book will infuriate Bush supporters and frustrate and depress environmentalists.