In the summer of 1943, a postcard was sent to two sisters by their parents. Guess when it arrived?
And the people now living at the home were surprised to discover the postcard was in pristine condition.
The two sisters are now dead as are the parents.
So do you think this is the longest time for a delivery ever?
And, if so, does it make you more or less concerned about holiday packages you're expecting to arrive at your home by next month?
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"