For as long as I can remember, I have heard anti-government pundits sneer “The federal government can’t even deliver a letter across town!”. I have never understood why this is an applause line, given that delivering letters is something government generally does exceedingly well.
In Britain, many people don’t put return addresses on their letters because their confidence in the Royal Mail is so high. Here’s an endearing demonstration that that confidence is well-placed. Despite the vagueness of the address, the Royal Mail quickly got the letter to the desired recipient.