- n. Plural form of mailbox.
“It appears that too many on the right like to threaten, either with phone calls, pipe bombs in mailboxes, or firearms holstered to their sides (wild wild west style) when the government makes decisions they don't agree with.”
“Which U.S. residents are more likely to do their civic duty and fill out Census forms that are due to land in mailboxes next spring?”
“Conservatives are putting pipe bombs in mailboxes, plotting to murder cops, shooting people in churches and trying to build dirty bombs to use against their fellow Americans.”
“Fuzzy, conservatives are putting pipe bombs in mailboxes, shooting people in churches, plotting the murder of policemen and working on dirty bombs.”
“Re – he hated an individual and the federal government: inzloo08: “Then why did he just put bombs in mailboxes?””
“Both Wilson and his Democratic challenger Rob Miller have raised more than $1 million since the normally reserved congressman shouted "You lie!" at the president last Wednesday - a cash bonanza that will have both candidates on the airwaves and in mailboxes late into next year's campaign.”
“More than 120 million 2010 Census forms should start to land in mailboxes by Monday.”
“Pipex users will not be surprised to learn that the mailboxes function does not currently have "added functionality" unless being unable to view or change existing mailboxes or add new mailboxes is considered to be "added functionality".”
“Section 1725 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code prohibits placing mailable materials like circulars and sales bills with unpaid postage in mailboxes with intent to avoid payment of postage.”
“Letters bearing her picture, on letterhead that reads “Office of the Governor” and encouraging people to sign up for a free Alaska travel guide, have begun reappearing in mailboxes around the nation as part of an appeal from the Alaska Travel Industry Association.”
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