> I've never heard of any "international reply coupons". I think that it is They're small pieces of paper you can get at your post office - don't worry, you might have to ask around because even THEY might not know about them :-) At least last time I went to get some, the clerk had to ask her superior, what they were, and so on. Anyway, they're supposed to be the equivalent of one first-class stamp for a light envelope (20g?) going anywhere in the world. I think they're still frequently used by radio amateurs. There is a slight difference in price vs. the value of stamp you get in return, but I guess that goes to running the bureaucracy that handles the IRC traffic. > easiest to send money ($1 or $5 bills) in an envelope. It's a bit That's also OK if you can get the currency, USA is no problem but some more exotic country could be. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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