Emergency medical delivery test went well, officials say

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  • Updated: May 6, 2012 - 9:14 PM

Postal carriers dropped off empty pill bottles in four metro ZIP codes. Summary.

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jbpaperMay. 6, 12 5:58 PM

Also known as: Operation Waste of Money

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elind56May. 6, 12 6:59 PM

Why wait until the chaos of a crisis before putting this medicine in the hands of the citizens? Sounds more like 'Operation Overtime' to me.

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MellersMay. 6, 12 7:28 PM

You know what happens if you don't plan for emergencies? Gulf coast spills, Japan tsunamis related to nuclear reactor meltdowns, Hurricane Katrina disasters and more. If you DON'T plan for catastrophes, you're wasting your time. Our world is far more complex than the average person to comprehend. Planning for an emergency is a necessity.

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buttlesMay. 6, 12 8:28 PM

So, if the Republicans succeed in destroying the Post Office what's the plan to get the medicine into our hands?

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thequyneMay. 6, 1210:01 PM

The folks complaining about the simulation will be the first one outraged when they don't get the medications or their needs yet. They'll be threatening others with guns.

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tcnorthstarMay. 7, 12 5:27 AM

Amazing, waste of money, to many holes, no emergency factors, overload of support assets on and on this is so funny it is sad.Do you have to show a photo ID? or do you just put it in the mail box

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gregdeereMay. 7, 12 5:51 AM

The Postal Service was hired to deliver to do the delivery, if you want to complain about the simulation call your represenative in Congress.

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