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Is Anything Free in this World Anymore? May 10, 2008

Free Sign

Sometimes you get the feeling that there just isn’t anything free in this world anymore, right?  It seems that every day we are dealing with hidden fees and charges, rising gas pricing, falling stock prices, scams, the weakening U.S Dollar, more work, less pay, tighter budgets, shrinking profits, “increased costs of doing business”, housing crunch, etc.  The list goes on and on.  It’s hard enough to keep our head above water, much less even think about saving money or taking a vacation, and you can certainly forget about any chance of getting something for free, right?  Is anything FREE in this world anymore? 


Of course there is!  iwiLetter.com (send real letters, write online) is offering a free month of service during the entire month of May.  It’s our Memorial Day Mail Call Just visit iwiLetter.com/Military and type your letter.  We’ll print it on reclyced paper, stuff it, stamp it with a first-class stamp, and mail it anywhere in the U.S. (including U.S. Soldiers currently overseas) within 24 hours, for FREE!  It’s our way of saluting the U.S. Military and their families this Memorial Day, it’s our Memorial Day Mail Call!

Memorial Day Mail Call 


There are even sites online that profile tons of free stuff each and every day!  Check them out:

http://www.TopSavings.com (formerly called TotallyFreeStuff.com)



So clearly, there are things that are still free.  Take advantage of them!


However, this all comes at a very sad and strange time when something critically needed is being offered for free, but is not being accepted.  The U.S. and U.N. are eagerly trying to freely give aid and resources to the people of Myanmmar who desperately need the help after suffering from a catostrophic cyclone.  Their government however does not currently appear to be accepting or allowing this aid and help to reach the people in desperate need.  Of course they must have their reasons, it’s just frustrating to think something is free and readily available, yet the “should be” accepting party is not interested. 


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