World Record chain letter. "No stamp is needed!"  Seven copies in four days. US, 2006.

Children started this letter in 1996.  If not broken in 2006, it will be put in the Guinness Book of World
Records,  along with all the names of the participants who took part in this.  (How cool it that!!!!)  No
one has ever broken, so please DO NOT break it.  All you have to do is copy this letter or type it and
send it BY MAIL!!! Mail is free!! No stamp is needed!!  All you have to do is write "Guinness Book of
World Records" in the spot where the stamp usually goes.  (see my envelope) 

The reason you have to mail it is so the post office can see who broke the chain.  You have 4 days to
sent it to 7 people under the age of 16.  The day you get the letter counts as day 1 out of 4.  In a few
days you will receive a letter thanking you for taking part in this. 

It would be really cool seeing your name in the Guinness Book of World Records, so please.
                                        DO NOT THROW THIS AWAY !

Photocopy received on Oct. 28, 2006 in Cohoes, NY. Return address in Phoenix, NY. Text sent to DWV via email, "retyped with all spelling, spacing and grammatical errors intact."  Paragraphs above added by DWV.  No stamp on envelop, nor list of names. A postal employee attributed the stampless mailing to automation. Very close to we2006-03_kids_nost_n0q7. Provided by Bonny Einstein. Entered by DWV, 11/3/06.


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