I haven’t checked this out yet, but I stumbled across a service called Catalog Choice, which promises a way to eliminate all of those catalogs that show up uninvited at the house, especially around the holidays. Annette and I have both ordered a few things over the years, I think primarily from Signals, and it seems like once you order from one of these things, you get 100 different catalogs from weird and bizarre places where you would never order anything. If I could stop this crap showing up in my mailbox in the first place, it would be a good thing.
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