I read someone speculating once about if Superman were real, and put on a stamp, his image would frequently be stamped over with a postmark from zipcodes with two zeroes in them. Just be sheer luck, eventually, the two zeroes from the zip code would land over his eyes like glasses, and whever got that stamp would instantly recognize him as Clark Kent, and his cover would be blown.
Congratulations on the house! One notch closer to retiring in style.
I saw your picture in Sport Rocketry yesterday--Hey, that's my rocket!
Isn't there some kind of law against putting anyone on a stamp who's still alive? I don't think he'd need to worry about his secret identity if dead -- although with the number of times any superhero seems to die and come back again, I guess he might at that.
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 09:43 am (UTC)|| |
Pictures on stamps
In this country it is the case where they wait until you are suitably dead before putting your picture on a stamp. But in England the Queen's face is on everything.
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 09:46 am (UTC)|| |
They needed a good looking rocket to counter balance my ugly mug.