If I were an American citizen, this is something I wouldn’t do at the moment. Via BoingBoing, we learn about this entertaining meat-world hack:
“This guy takes USPS stickers, runs them through his printer and prints ‘USPS does not acknowledge the authority of the Bush administration.’ and then puts them back in the rack at the post office.
The amusing Quicktime video is here. While it’s a great idea, I don’t think Americans dig people messing with their federal institutions. If he gets the wrong person investigating him, the creator of this video may be in for a world of hurt. It’d be a pretty simple matter to track down where he is and, using surveillance video from the post office, determine his identity. When whole teams of officials investigate somebody for photographing public buildings, you may want to be a little choosier with your pranks.