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I like writing about green cars because we need a cleaner and better way to get around. I'm lucky, because I often don't need a car. I ride a bike and live close to stores and other places I need to be. I drive when I have to (hell, last week, I even rented a Jeep SUV because Thrifty messed up and didn't have the economy car I requested, but that a story for another post. Coming soon). Still, it's good now and again to step back, get out of the hows and whys of green car technology and think abo

Yesterday I was in line at the post office, running out to attend to some errands between posts. Since my mind was on AutoblogGreen content, and this was no ordinary post office, I noticed a few things. Before I get to my mini-rant, let me say that the post office I was at is just a drive-through window. It's a full-featured office, sure, but there's no lobby. The entire office works from one window that you hand your mail through and where the nice postal employee hands you your stamps or whate