One of the primary directives of the mail art clan is to be helpful to struggling young mail artists. I think you can see that Mason falls under the category of at least one of those things if not three. Certainly he has struggled initially to learn the basics: how to address an envelope, for example. I don't know about you but I think he has achieved mastery in this regard. Also to Mr. Keys' credit is that instead of writing an essay on "How to Apply for a Credit Card" in his Consumers Education class he has taken the road of many a mail artist before him and opted for something more daring, more artful, more insightful: "How to use a credit card to buy a Unicycle with assorted digressions." So bravo, Mason. I think this is the beginning of a long, fruitful career in the mail art biz. If you need help on how to address a postcard there are several old hands here that will step up to the plate. Thanks for your good work.