Same (except I'm not old), but I'm on my last sheet, so color me irritated to learn that stamps are now 55 friggin cents each. I hope the USPS finds other ways of making money sooner or later, even if only because letter-writing and physical mail themselves are fading out. My office sends a ton of correspondence, and this year we began an electronic system. And we're late to that bandwagon. I did a couple letter writing campaigns in the run up to the midterms, and I can see those kinds of activities falling off too, just because they're too expensive.
In other news, I only got rid of my dumbphone a little over a year ago (I realize this is losing me the "I'm not old" argument), and I immediately became a target for spam calls. I don't know how my smartphone is to blame, but that's what I've always done. I learned after the first couple not to answer numbers I don't know, but they are a huge nuisance. Trolling Ajit Pai probably won't make a big difference in political will to change the regulations (ringing their phones every 9 minutes maybe?), but it gave me big schadenfraude to see that little finger push that little button that made that big finger push that huge button.
And obviously, Donald Trump is ridiculous. Hence, people gonna ridicule him, and people gonna laugh. It's basically the bedrock of every late night show in the US right now. I think that segment was the show working out some psychic guilt over the fact that laughing at Trump might empower him even as it eviscerates him. Saying that there is a way to try and do it responsibly, balancing the reality of our circumstances with the absolute, unbelievable-unless-you're-living-through-it absurdity of Trump and many of the others currently causing these problems. I think this show is one of the very few that routinely excels at that balance.