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The United States Postal Service is looking at closing maybe 1,400 branches nationwide, with 3,600 branches under review.

http://news.yahoo.com/post-office-looking-close-offices-save-money-002241371.html

This article does not suggest that our post office branch will be closed.  But with our branch having been up for sale for a year or more, and knowing that the USPS is looking at closing maybe thousands of locations, it is fair to ask whether our branch could be one of them.  Our mail carrier, who works out of that branch, indicated that there seems to be a concern at that branch that if it can’t be sold, the building will be closed.   Revenues apparently might not justify keeping it open, or so goes the thinking.

I would like to see our local post office branch survive.  Not only is it an historic building, but it is one of those services that draws people downtown.   A healthy downtown, in my opinion, should have more than just candy and ice cream shops, restaurants and arts-crafts stores.

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I’ve not had a chance to get much information on it as there is usually a crowd when I’m there, but the Bean has a newer roast called “Indian Plantation.”  I know little about it other than it tastes great!

I love coffee but I don’t know that I am very knowledgeable about different roasts, where the beans come from, how to describe the tastes, etc.  I think that kind of knowledge takes some study.  I’m more interested in simply drinking the stuff.  That said, I would describe this coffee as a medium roast.  It’s not too strong, not too light.  It tastes like coffee without an acidic aftertaste.

If you like coffee, I suggest you check it out.

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Friday, April 30, 2010

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There has been a lot of fun and excitement associated with the filming of Trust, the David Schwimmer movie starring Clive Owen and Catherine Keener.   I don’t know too many specifics, but quite a few scenes have been shot on the streets of our little town.

There are some other web sources regarding this, particularly some cool stuff on Facebook.  I’m hoping to gain permission to share some of that information here (since it was gathered by someone else’s hard work.)

UPDATE:  As of about 8 p.m. today (Wed., 11/25), it looked like there was shooting taking place in The Gathering.  The intersection of Union and Penniman, and in front of the Penn, were closed to traffic.

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I wanted to take the time to thank you for reading this blog.  Maybe you drop in every day.  Maybe you’ve only been here once.  Either way, I appreciate you taking the time to read my stuff and visit this site.

I have other blogs for writing things that are more personal.  Sometimes I just write random nonsense.  Other times I write to get something off my chest.  While those blogs are public, I primarily write in them for myself.

Plymouth Living — I’m debating a name change — is less about me and more about what is happening around town.  It is written for an audience.  Without readers, there would be no point at all in this blog.

Feel free to comment and/or pass along interesting information.

Thanks again.

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