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‘Forever’ Stamp Features Wrong Lady Liberty

The newest “forever” stamp from the U.S. Postal Service features a photo of the New York–New York casino's Statue of Liberty replica in Las Vegas instead of the original. What do you think?

  • "It's about time we celebrated our proud history of pumping out chintzy reproductions of things."

    Dan Prechtl
    Racker
  • "Makes sense. We’re talking ‘forever’ here, and we already know the real one gets blown up before the apes take over."

    Paula Martens
    Case Fitter
  • "I actually like the Vegas one better. You can see up her dress."

    John Walter
    Hop Weighter