Sunday, September 07, 2008

Well, if the duck hunting is a bit slow...

...you can always find other ways to amuse yourself, such as calling a phone sex line. And luckily for duck hunters, the Federal government is providing them with the number of one of these services.

Feds will continue selling a stamp that directs consumers to a phone sex hotline because they say it would be too costly to reprint them.

Approximately 3.5 million stamps sold by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service were supposed to include a phone number to purchase the current Migratory Bird Conservation and Hunting edition, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. Instead of the correct phone number – 1-800-STAMP24 – the printers substituted the word "STAMP" with "TRAMP."

You have to hate it for whoever proofread those stamps, getting caught with their pants down like this and all....

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