Wonder If The Roller Coaster In The Background Gave It Away
So, this story just cracks me up! It’s has been discovered the U. S. Postal Service used the wrong Statue of Liberty on a recent commemorative stamp. Instead of the New York City landmark, they unintentionally used a shot of the replica at the New York New York Hotel in Las Vegas. It’s a real tight head shot, and it actually took a stamp collector to call ‘em out on it. They have no intention of corrrecting the error. I don’t blame them—they printed over 3 billion—and there’s no need to recall.
Well, I look forward to future commemorative stamps, like Mount Brushmore, The Average Canyon, The Saint Louis Golden Arches-way and Somewhat Unfaithful.