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Posted bywildcat
Posted on04/26/07 02:51 AM



> UPS's tracking system:
>
> Estimated Delivery date is
> Item shipped at
> Moved to St. Luis for handling
> Arrived in AZ today
> Out for delivery

UPS's delivery system:

Knock on door
If answer, give package to person answering
If no answer, leave package in front of door


> Now here's USPS's tracking system:
>
> The U.S. Postal Service was electronically notified by the shipper on April 23,
> 2007 to expect your package for mailing. This does not indicate receipt by the
> USPS or the actual mailing date. Delivery status information will be provided if
> / when available. Information, if available, is updated every evening. Please
> check again later
>
> Could the Feds be any more vague with that description.
> Perhaps they should just say:
>
> "We have no idea if you package is in our system or is
> even been shipped. Pray it arrives in a timely matter and isn't broken"

USPS's delivery system:

If it fits in the mailbox and doesn't require a signature, deliver it
If it doesn't fit in the mailbox or it requires a sig, knock on the door
If answer, give package to person answering
If no answer, leave note in mailbox and take package back to post office so it DOESN'T GET FUCKING STOLEN OFF YOUR DOORSTEP

Given a choice between the two, I'd take FedEx. And the lasgana.



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Subject  Posted byPosted On
*UPS vs USPS  n2locarz04/26/07 00:47 AM
.*CAGEMATCH [nt]  Joffeman04/26/07 02:50 PM
..*: ] [nt]  n2locarz04/27/07 02:30 AM
.*DHL is the WORST  MegaHurtz04/26/07 02:12 PM
.*FedEx is the best  jajig04/26/07 04:57 AM
..*Agreeance -nT- only way to ship  itchyNADZ04/26/07 07:53 AM
.*Re: UPS vs USPS  Bryzian04/26/07 03:12 AM
..Re: UPS vs USPS  wildcat04/26/07 02:51 AM
.*USPS has a few good points  VanillaDome04/26/07 02:46 AM