by Intellectual_ Steve
An Actual Letter That Was Never Sent
I came home from the bookstore (where I had about five $3.00 coffees) not too long ago, and in my mailbox I discovered a letter that I had mailed to my cousin about a week and a half prior.
You see my cousin, Adrian, is the industrious type, and about five years ago he unfortunately landed himself in a prison in Orlando, Florida. Yep, he'll be there for about fifteen more years.
More on that to follow.
At any rate, the letter I sent was returned from the prison with a Corrections stamp that stated "Prisoner #33126788 does not exist at this facility".
So, naturally, I checked his mailing address (went over old letters we have sent each other) and the address is correct - prisoner number and everything... (????)
Basically, I have two thoughts running through my mind:
1. Is there a hidden meaning behind 'Prisoner 33125788 does not exist at this facility'?
2. Why do they have a stamp for it?