Greetings Addicts, Today I received confirmation that our illustrious US Postal Service has finalized negotiations with @tac45 to have Addict-to-Addict parcels routed via TTT Airlines, renown for their quick and efficient delivery of parcels bearing USPS tracking numbers. I submit for your consideration, a small parcel bearing a few metallic objects, arriving in today's mail and bearing tracking number 9114 999 4431 4889 9021 79. I am here to confirm safe arrival of the same parcel from member @CaptCG , originally taken to the Post Office on September 5th, 2018. This quick and efficient service took only four (4) months and thirteen (13) days for the parcel to travel from Williston, NC to Tucker, GA. Both CaptCG and I initiated tracking number searches for this wayward shipment, but the TTT Delivery pilot eluded detection. As late as Wednesday of this week (1/16) I received confirmation from the USPS that my search request was still active and not relegated to the bowels of the dead letter office . . . . . . . It seems our trusty Postal Service never gave up, even after both CaptCG and myself resigned ourselves to never see the shiny metal parts again. Well, after all hope had been lost, and two days after the latest robo-mail declaring the obvious, the package mysteriously appears . . . . . . I am fairly certain I could have walked up to NC, picked it up in person, and walked home in less time. TTT Airlines - once again breaking all barriers of quick and efficient delivery. What's the longest it has ever taken for you to get a package delivered? Z Oh, what did I get . . . . ?