I'm not sure if any of you fellow citizens of the United States have tried finding the price of one standard U.S. postage stamp, but it seems that this simple question can't be answered online. You'd think that on USPS.com, there'd be a big box surrounding strong, red type reading "your current standard U.S. postage is: blumpty blump cents." Sadly, their "Pricing Calculator" gives you the option of sorting out every non-standard option that isn't the simple base price. It's a perfect existential puzzle. It's sort of like going to the car dealer and hearing:
SALESMAN: Airbags cost $80 each to install.
YOU: Great. How much is the car/
SALESMAN: Also, automatic steering will be an additional $200.
YOU: Fine. How much is the car?
SALESMAN: $15 a month will get you satellite radio.
YOU: How. Much. Is. The. Car?
SALESMAN: Let's talk about seat warmers.
YOU: Let's talk about your impending funeral.
Just mad, I tells ya.