I sat down this afternoon all ready to fill out the U.S. Census form.
Looking at the envelope, that’s what I thought was within.
Pulling out its contents, however, showed it was a letter dated the very day it arrived, March 8th!
What an efficient post office.
It was from some guy named Robert M. Groves. Wonder of wonder, he’s Director of the U.S. Census.
So, why sent everyone a letter a week before the census questionnaire is coming?
And, what are those other languages below the instructions in English?