I just had a flashback as to why Fredward probably couldn't afford nice new 767s back in the mid 1980s. That's because he was busy trying to pay for ZapMail, which was a system of gigantic fax machines which didn't pre-date the portable office fax machine by very much. In other words, an extremely poor decision which cost many millions. Here's how ZapMail worked. Whenever a "Zap" came-in, you broke route (even if it was P1), and immediately headed to get the material to be faxed. Then, you headed back to your station or some closet FedEx had rented in an office building and "Zapped" (faxed) the document. If this sounds like a cluster, it was far more than that. Then you headed back to your route and all of those late P1s.All of those ZapMail machines became either station copiers or sat gathering dust for years in some corner of the station. Project Gemini was the super-secret code for ZapMail. Our Fredward. What a dope.