Fan mail comes in all shapes, sizes

Some fun on a Saturday: Stan Muller, producer of the wildly popular educational YouTube channel Crash Course, recently received some interesting fan mail.

“Some awesome fan mailed a potato to the office,” he tweeted, adding the potato was “not in a box” and had its stamps affixed directly to it, sans cover.

Launched in December of 2011, Crash Course now has more than four million subscribers and has received more than 300 million views on its videos. To date, there are 17 seasons covering a variety of topics, including world history, English literature, chemistry, biology, physics and a seven-episode season hosted by Muller on the topic of intellectual property.

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