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2013-06-17 06:27:31 PM
This idiot just made twice as much work for himself as he originally had -- and in the process likely broke something.
 
2013-06-17 06:48:45 PM
Douche.
 
2013-06-17 06:56:04 PM

bring to a festering boil: This idiot just made twice as much work for himself as he originally had -- and in the process likely broke something.


and if there was a party member on board that plane, or that sees this video, then he likely will be disappeared for doing that.
 
2013-06-17 06:59:35 PM
That's not so much "I'll do this quickly!" as it is "f*ck this job."
 
2013-06-17 07:54:40 PM
It's okay, they are just melamine-enriched dog treats! Shaking them up a little won't hurt them.
 
2013-06-17 07:55:04 PM
That wouldn't have happened if he had been unionized.
 
2013-06-17 07:56:18 PM
I flew on China Air once.  It was still a better experience than flying with American airlines.
 
2013-06-17 07:56:31 PM
prob boxes of those thousand year eggs.  or something
 
2013-06-17 07:57:41 PM
Explains what happens to guitars.

There must be something about this type of job that makes these people just want to break things.
 
2013-06-17 07:58:15 PM
wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!
 
2013-06-17 07:59:53 PM

Alonjar: /how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS? HOW?!?!?!?!?!


Seriously? Wow. I have no idea.
 
2013-06-17 08:00:51 PM

Alonjar: /how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!


American ingenuity.
 
2013-06-17 08:02:03 PM
"FRA-GEE-LEE.

It's Italian !"
 
2013-06-17 08:03:20 PM
www.theblindcard.com
 
2013-06-17 08:04:09 PM

Shostie: That's not so much "I'll do this quickly!" as it is "f*ck this job."


This.
 
2013-06-17 08:05:17 PM
Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.
 
2013-06-17 08:07:12 PM
cannotsuggestaname:
and if there was a party member on board that plane, or that sees this video, then he likely will be disappeared for doing that.

This is what I was wondering. Is that guy in deep shiat, or is the American way of doing things now the norm in China?
 
2013-06-17 08:09:11 PM
It's Snowden, deep cover.
 
2013-06-17 08:11:50 PM
When shipping anything, always pack it in a way to survive this kind of experience because your package will likely go through something similar at least once along the way.
 
2013-06-17 08:12:03 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-17 08:13:14 PM

vbob: [www.theblindcard.com image 541x541]


ugh. I'd have to take the guy with the boxes.
 
2013-06-17 08:14:33 PM
Clumsy bellboys
Brutal cab drivers
Careless doormen
Ruthless porters
Savage baggage masters
Butter-fingered luggage handlers

All over the world.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8C-e96m4730
 
2013-06-17 08:14:52 PM
this is what happens when you only pay the shipping, and skip paying the handling.

/also when you pay the handling
 
2013-06-17 08:18:36 PM
These are the guys that have you crapping your pants with their space program?
/Hope my eBay crap is OK
 
2013-06-17 08:19:51 PM
Anyone who thinks this is real also frequents those sites that 'damn you autocorrect' one.

morans.
 
2013-06-17 08:22:21 PM
um, supposed to be a 'like' in there somewhere.
 
2013-06-17 08:25:19 PM
There's something fascinating about anyone who openly treats their job with undisguised contempt. No false politeness, no fake smiles, and they neither do it accurately and sarcastically or poorly and politely. When a McDonald's employee spits in your food, he's at least hoping you won't notice the loogie until it's too late. The person who comes to work in his pajamas at least has to be admired for not just wearing his despair on his sleeve, but doing so in a fashion that amuses others and maybe helps him blow off steam. Until the boss finds out.

As I was typing that, though, I realized there was another possibility - that this is the relatively simple-minded little brother of a higher-up who goes to work every day beaming "I have job!" and whose co-workers are used to following resignedly behind him and cleaning up the mess. I don't know how eager China is to tout its high employment rate (or even if it has one) but this matches some kind of outreach program as much as it does a neglectful worker...
 
2013-06-17 08:26:05 PM

Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.


The pallet he unloads them from is meant for a wide body plane.  Cargo holds on narrow body planes can't handle pallets, and he is loading a narrow body A320.  He is probably pissed at the dispatcher who had him load the wide body pallet, and then made him unload it into an A320.

When checking a bag or shipping FedEx/UPS, expect a 10ft drop onto concrete.  Even if some ramp ape doesn't chuck your package/luggage off the plane, the sorting facilities are full of nice impacts from hydraulic hammers and other sorting equipment.
 
2013-06-17 08:31:38 PM

Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.


Do you really want to see what one of these farkwits would do with a boxcutter, trying to get the wrap off?
 
2013-06-17 08:32:20 PM

I Like Shiny Things: Anyone who thinks this is real also frequents those sites that 'damn you autocorrect' one.

morans.


More likely it's all rubber dog shiat out of hong kong and he knows it doesn't matter.
 
2013-06-17 08:32:22 PM
That's why they are called "throwers". Also, we only refer to those as "the" boxes, not "your" boxes.
 
2013-06-17 08:35:17 PM

bring to a festering boil: This idiot just made twice as much work for himself as he originally had -- and in the process likely broke something everything.


FTFY.
 
2013-06-17 08:35:51 PM

Enemabag Jones: Explains what happens to guitars.


You should only ship or check Telecasters. Those things are so sturdy, being manhandled in such a fashion just adds a bit of character. Probably won't even knock it out of tune.
 
2013-06-17 08:38:36 PM
Why would you do that? Now you have to pick them up  twice.
 
2013-06-17 08:39:26 PM
Everyone worries about the rise of China, but they'll be just as lazy and halfass as the West in no time.
 
2013-06-17 08:41:21 PM
American tourister?
 
2013-06-17 08:42:34 PM
That can't be China, because I didn't the the guy spit on the boxes that landed on the belt.
 
2013-06-17 08:47:02 PM

clear_prop: Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.

The pallet he unloads them from is meant for a wide body plane.  Cargo holds on narrow body planes can't handle pallets, and he is loading a narrow body A320.  He is probably pissed at the dispatcher who had him load the wide body pallet, and then made him unload it into an A320.

When checking a bag or shipping FedEx/UPS, expect a 10ft drop onto concrete.  Even if some ramp ape doesn't chuck your package/luggage off the plane, the sorting facilities are full of nice impacts from hydraulic hammers and other sorting equipment.


Y'know, there are similar responses in the comments on that article, but the simple fact is that it still doesn't excuse his deliberate attempt to damage each & every box on that pallet.

The benefit, hopefully, is that his supervisor will recognize him in that video and send him packing.
 
2013-06-17 08:47:49 PM

Alonjar: wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!


Even though it was insured, I sent a Shakuhachi USPS (double bubble wrapped in their own priority box) to a customer. When he received it the flute looked like it had exploded. The pics he sent me showed Tire marks on the box.
Someone actually ran the thing over (probably with a fork lift) and still shipped it. WTF?
 
2013-06-17 08:48:13 PM

clear_prop: Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.

The pallet he unloads them from is meant for a wide body plane.  Cargo holds on narrow body planes can't handle pallets, and he is loading a narrow body A320.  He is probably pissed at the dispatcher who had him load the wide body pallet, and then made him unload it into an A320.

When checking a bag or shipping FedEx/UPS, expect a 10ft drop onto concrete.  Even if some ramp ape doesn't chuck your package/luggage off the plane, the sorting facilities are full of nice impacts from hydraulic hammers and other sorting equipment.


See, now I'm just picturing an A320 with a hold full of loose boxes sliding around like some kind of hydro-simulation. Not heavy enough to bring down the plane, just heavy enough to spook the pilot.
 
2013-06-17 08:52:07 PM

Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.


Smaller jets don't have large cargo doors. That's why on 737s and smaller they have to manually load/unload individual pieces.
 
2013-06-17 08:52:45 PM
/shakes tiny fists at A Shambling Mound
 
2013-06-17 08:52:59 PM
from what I have seen tossing bags around like that is the norm for baggage carriers everywhere.
 
2013-06-17 08:55:51 PM

Shostie: That's not so much "I'll do this quickly!" as it is "f*ck this job."


Having worked in logistics, more often than not it's "I'm helping!"
 
2013-06-17 08:57:40 PM
Someday, a job that will be done better by robots.

Who laughs last now, Loading Guy?
 
2013-06-17 09:01:44 PM

Plant Rights Activist: from what I have seen tossing bags around like that is the norm for baggage carriers everywhere.


THIS!

This is standard operating procedure for people who load airplanes. Your luggage is handled the same way. It doesn't get destroyed from being placed nicely on the belt.
 
2013-06-17 09:01:48 PM
Reminds me of my days back working shipping for Dell.

Monitor bowling was fun, and an effective way to disperse the monitors off the pallet before loading onto the conveyor belt.

My career of fixing computers after that is probably some sort of karmic payback.
 
2013-06-17 09:06:56 PM
Are we certain this isn't a video of the USPS?  Seriously, last 3 boxes from Amazon have practically fallen apart after the tape on top is cut, they were smashed to hell.  Fortunately I wasn't purchasing anything fragile.
 
2013-06-17 09:09:34 PM
Reminds me of  JiffyExpress
 
2013-06-17 09:13:01 PM
I've seen that at ORD.  I saw a bag fall under conveyer truck and get driven over, ripped open, tied together with twine and then thrown on the plane at MSP.  I went to baggage claim after the flight even though I hadn't checked any baggage just to see what would happen.  Sadly this was in the days I was carrying a Motorola Star-Tac, so no camera.
 
2013-06-17 09:16:20 PM

LargeCanine: Someday, a job that will be done better by robots.

Who laughs last now, Loading Guy?


That would have been possible decades ago. We, as a society, decided to automate away other jobs instead to create the utopia we have now.
 
2013-06-17 09:20:25 PM
The boxes are all from a pallet, which means they all have the same thing in them.  Judging by how they bounce, and giving him the benefit of the doubt, they're almost certainly not breakable.

I've done a similar job and you quickly learn which boxes need you to stoop and place them down and which ones you can spare your back by dropping.

That having been said, YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG -- NOW YOU HAVE TO PICK THEM UP AGAIN.
 
2013-06-17 09:21:48 PM
Doing the same jobs as American workers for 1/10 the cost.
 
2013-06-17 09:22:38 PM

lohphat: /shakes tiny fists at A Shambling Mound


clear_prop beat us both, I came in post something similar but since he beat me to it I quoted him and went back to daydreaming. Still having visions of a drunk Airbus, in fact.
 
2013-06-17 09:38:04 PM

abhorrent1: Why would you do that? Now you have to pick them up twice


It's worse than that...the sub is a re-badged Daihatsu. He could have dropped the belt box high and put in a simple XY-translate, and any box would never be more than about 6 inches from the front of the sub. He wouldn't really have had to even pick them up once.
 
2013-06-17 09:38:50 PM
Not giving a f*ck embodied.
 
2013-06-17 09:43:56 PM
Looks like he's pissed off beyond rational thought.

Thinking brain offline, lower brain now driving.
 
2013-06-17 09:48:22 PM

Tony_Pepperoni: Alonjar: wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!

Even though it was insured, I sent a Shakuhachi USPS (double bubble wrapped in their own priority box) to a customer. When he received it the flute looked like it had exploded. The pics he sent me showed Tire marks on the box.
Someone actually ran the thing over (probably with a fork lift) and still shipped it. WTF?



I've received packages that clearly received forklift forks into them.  Nice horizontal punctures.

UPS just farked up the third car part I ordered, a 4' long metal plate for the bumper.  Probably some sorting machine slammed it around a corner giving it a nice bend.  Although one of the delivery exceptions sounded like someone stole the part.

I gave up and found a local albeit more expensive source.
 
2013-06-17 09:51:33 PM

Alonjar: wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!


I knew a guy that bent a 1/2 inch thick crowbar. He wasn't the most intelligent person I've ever known.
 
2013-06-17 09:55:23 PM
Those boxes looked like they were 90 percent foam, ten percent actual item.
 
2013-06-17 10:01:58 PM
this guy has a great future with the post office or airlines here, hes fully trained.
 
2013-06-17 10:25:25 PM
I guess someone did not give him a big enough bribe to load the boxes.
 
2013-06-17 10:28:24 PM

Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.


I bet the airline is trying to make more money by renting out some of their cargo hold for commercial shipping, and since it is just a passenger plane probably does no have a hatch large enough to take pallets.
 
2013-06-17 10:31:35 PM

peasandcarrots: As I was typing that, though, I realized there was another possibility - that this is the relatively simple-minded little brother of a higher-up who goes to work every day beaming "I have job!" and whose co-workers are used to following resignedly behind him and cleaning up the mess.


Taking that thought a step further, watch it again and assume that all those boxes are actually empty, and the simple-minded "I have job!" guy loads and unloads the same ones all day long.
 
2013-06-17 10:35:00 PM
i4.ytimg.com
 
2013-06-17 10:35:34 PM

Tony_Pepperoni: Alonjar: wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!

Even though it was insured, I sent a Shakuhachi USPS (double bubble wrapped in their own priority box) to a customer. When he received it the flute looked like it had exploded. The pics he sent me showed Tire marks on the box.
Someone actually ran the thing over (probably with a fork lift) and still shipped it. WTF?


I'm not at all surprised. Airlines are batting around .500 when it comes to sending my luggage on a different journey from the one I'm on, but they always manage to deliver it unscathed within at most 24 hours. Except once. That exception was Iberia, the Spanish airline.  When my sister in Italy got married, my wife, daughters and myself flew from Montreal to Milan on Iberia with a stopover in Madrid. When we retrieved our luggage, we discovered that all our suitcases had been run over and split-open and much or our stuff missing. The most puzzling was my suit, which I had bought especially for the wedding, it was still there, but the collars of the jacket and shirt were missing, with clearly visible burn marks. How ???
What was even worst was Iberia's reaction. They weighted the remaining luggage and declared themselves responsible for something like $20/kg (I forget the exact amount, but it was something ridiculous) for what was missing, with their Milan rep acting insulted and becoming upset and belligerent when I wouldn't accept. In the end I told her to forget it and that I would settle this once back home, in the meantime we had some shopping to do for new clothes. Fortunately, their Montreal office was a lot more cooperative, but no one in the Capt household will ever again fly on Iberia.
 
2013-06-17 10:38:20 PM
him peepee in coke
 
2013-06-17 10:40:32 PM

Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.


You have to take into account the hourly wage vs the cost of 5 or 6 pallets
 
2013-06-17 10:43:23 PM
Hey, ya Limey bastard, maybe he's still pissed about the Opium Wars.

Also, cut him some slack: around 1:21 he nails five in a row.
 
2013-06-17 10:59:16 PM
So that's what happened to my genuine Faberge eggs!
 
2013-06-17 11:01:23 PM

thisisyourbrainonFark: Hey, ya Limey bastard, maybe he's still pissed about the Opium Wars.

Also, cut him some slack: around 1:21 he nails five in a row.


That actually sounded like an Aussie accent to me. Do we know who recorded the video ?
 
2013-06-17 11:19:52 PM

capt.hollister: thisisyourbrainonFark: Hey, ya Limey bastard, maybe he's still pissed about the Opium Wars.

Also, cut him some slack: around 1:21 he nails five in a row.

That actually sounded like an Aussie accent to me. Do we know who recorded the video ?


For a while I was convinced it was a Fark joke to confuse the Aussie or Kiwi accent with an English one... but turns out people are just really bad at telling them apart.
 
2013-06-17 11:22:36 PM
Dont call them tossers for nothing.
 
2013-06-17 11:24:01 PM

A Shambling Mound: See, now I'm just picturing an A320 with a hold full of loose boxes sliding around like some kind of hydro-simulation. Not heavy enough to bring down the plane, just heavy enough to spook the pilot.


There are cargo nets in the various cargo holds to keep the sloshing of bags to a minimum.  Even if the ramp apes are lazy and don't use them, there are so many bags and the cargo holds are so small that unless the pilot does a negative G push over, the bags aren't going to move much.

/offer not valid on MRAPs loaded on the main deck of 747s
 
2013-06-17 11:28:57 PM
The same thing happens (though not so comically) at Fedex and UPS.  Not your friendly driver...he/she's always good.  They're the face of the company you meet.  But the people at the warehouses?  It's box hockey time!

When it comes to shipping, my attitude, and the attitude I instill in my college age underlings is "pack your boxes like they're going to be attacked with bats".  Cuts down on the breakages considerably.
 
2013-06-17 11:39:10 PM
Just throw it on the "Fragile" pile.
 
2013-06-17 11:59:46 PM
being in the "get off my lawn"group i noticed he repeatedly was talking/texting. and no one but me mentioned it. so is ignoring your paid job while you talk/text ok now?
 
2013-06-18 12:01:23 AM

Curious: being in the "get off my lawn"group i noticed he repeatedly was talking/texting. and no one but me mentioned it. so is ignoring your paid job while you talk/text ok now?


I'm sure that it lowered his shots attempted/shots made percentage.
 
2013-06-18 12:12:31 AM
I recently sent a poorly-taped box across Canada via Greyhound, and it arrived intact.  Actually, all of my half-assed packing jobs have survived rattling around in a bus hold for three days.  I was impressed, but Greyhound doesn't have a feedback option on their website for me to tell them that.
 
2013-06-18 12:20:00 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-18 12:22:53 AM
Wow.... Just wow... I was a lumper for many years..  I (un)loaded skid on to a conveyor in 1/3 the time and never missed the belt... And had all labels facing up...   Of course I had performance and accuracy bonuses and penalties..
 
2013-06-18 12:27:54 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Curious: being in the "get off my lawn"group i noticed he repeatedly was talking/texting. and no one but me mentioned it. so is ignoring your paid job while you talk/text ok now?

I'm sure that it lowered his shots attempted/shots made percentage.


I know Fed Ex locally bans phones or texting devices or mp3 players even on the property.
 
2013-06-18 12:38:02 AM

capt.hollister: Airlines are batting around .500 when it comes to sending my luggage on a different journey from the one I'm on, but they always manage to deliver it unscathed within at most 24 hours.


Is it true if you declare a firearm (even a starter pistol) in your checked baggage, it's pretty much guaranteed to not get lost?

Anyway, regarding the video, I guess that's the consequence of free shipping from AliExpress, though I gotta say the items I've ordered from there practically need a hacksaw to be unwrapped.
 
2013-06-18 12:38:40 AM

ShadowWolf: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Curious: being in the "get off my lawn"group i noticed he repeatedly was talking/texting. and no one but me mentioned it. so is ignoring your paid job while you talk/text ok now?

I'm sure that it lowered his shots attempted/shots made percentage.

I know Fed Ex locally bans phones or texting devices or mp3 players even on the property.


No mp3 players?  That's some bullshiat.
 
2013-06-18 12:39:02 AM

lewismarktwo: capt.hollister: thisisyourbrainonFark: Hey, ya Limey bastard, maybe he's still pissed about the Opium Wars.

Also, cut him some slack: around 1:21 he nails five in a row.

That actually sounded like an Aussie accent to me. Do we know who recorded the video ?

For a while I was convinced it was a Fark joke to confuse the Aussie or Kiwi accent with an English one... but turns out people are just really bad at telling them apart.


And on top of that, we don't care. Because 'Merica.

Also  Tony_Pepperoni, fine work as usual.
 
2013-06-18 12:44:51 AM
I wonder what the guy is doing inside the plane, responsible for balancing the load ...
 
2013-06-18 12:51:07 AM

Tony_Pepperoni: [i.imgur.com image 286x254]


You forgot "I don't give a fark."
 
2013-06-18 12:51:39 AM
I worked for the USPS when I was younger for the Christmas season overhaul.  2 things I learned from those 3 months:

1.  USPS warehouse workers are some of the laziest self entitled douchebags to ever hit the planet.  Some 40 yr old is complaining because he has no other job skills except sorting pieces of paper and wah wah I'm only making $27/hr. with pensions and benefits on top.

2.  Never, EVER, mark your package fragile.  9 times out of 10 it'll get through fine, but more often then not, it got hucked up the belt just a little harder than the rest.  Just let it be inconspicous and move on.
 
2013-06-18 12:55:57 AM

Konowalchuk22: The same thing happens (though not so comically) at Fedex and UPS.  Not your friendly driver...he/she's always good.  They're the face of the company you meet.  But the people at the warehouses?  It's box hockey time!

When it comes to shipping, my attitude, and the attitude I instill in my college age underlings is "pack your boxes like they're going to be attacked with bats".  Cuts down on the breakages considerably.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=RR_firhtoPM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=AWe_ICjYJn0
 
2013-06-18 01:00:49 AM
Northwest Airlines.
 
2013-06-18 01:28:47 AM
Well, his name is Chuck DeCase....
 
2013-06-18 01:36:58 AM
I worked as a 'Christmas Casual' one year at the USPS and was appalled at the the way packages were treated! If the package said 'fragile' I actually saw workers throwing them up on the conveyors! So this doesn't surprise me at all.
 
2013-06-18 01:44:23 AM

Rip Dashrock: cannotsuggestaname:
and if there was a party member on board that plane, or that sees this video, then he likely will be disappeared for doing that.

This is what I was wondering. Is that guy in deep shiat, or is the American way of doing things now the norm in China?


Uh... that's not how law and order works in China. Despite one party rule and a lack of freedom of speech / the press / some of America's other basic freedoms, they do have a functioning legal system.
 
2013-06-18 03:12:34 AM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system


Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.
 
2013-06-18 03:37:53 AM

UsikFark: The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system

Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.


No, they actually have courts.  They don't just inject people.

I didn't say I approve of their legal system.  But they have one.
 
2013-06-18 03:59:28 AM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: UsikFark: The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system

Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.

No, they actually have courts.  They don't just inject people.

I didn't say I approve of their legal system.  But they have one.


Correct.
 
2013-06-18 04:02:12 AM

FormlessOne: clear_prop: Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.

The pallet he unloads them from is meant for a wide body plane.  Cargo holds on narrow body planes can't handle pallets, and he is loading a narrow body A320.  He is probably pissed at the dispatcher who had him load the wide body pallet, and then made him unload it into an A320.

When checking a bag or shipping FedEx/UPS, expect a 10ft drop onto concrete.  Even if some ramp ape doesn't chuck your package/luggage off the plane, the sorting facilities are full of nice impacts from hydraulic hammers and other sorting equipment.

Y'know, there are similar responses in the comments on that article, but the simple fact is that it still doesn't excuse his deliberate attempt to damage each & every box on that pallet.

The benefit, hopefully, is that his supervisor will recognize him in that video and send him packing.


His supervisor is probably the one that taught him how to load cargo.
 
2013-06-18 04:11:04 AM

digistil: FormlessOne: clear_prop: Uzzah: Now, remember that there's also a guy on the other end of that conveyer belt, loading the boxes into the plane's hold. Rest assured, he likes his job just as much as the guy in the video.

Which kind of makes you wonder what the value is of off-loading and on-loading those boxes one-at-a-time. Why not shrink wrap a pallet, push the whole thing up into the plane's hold, and stow it? I know some of those holds aren't very big, but even 2 or 6 or 10 shrink-wrapped pallets would be easier to load than 120 individual boxes.

The pallet he unloads them from is meant for a wide body plane.  Cargo holds on narrow body planes can't handle pallets, and he is loading a narrow body A320.  He is probably pissed at the dispatcher who had him load the wide body pallet, and then made him unload it into an A320.

When checking a bag or shipping FedEx/UPS, expect a 10ft drop onto concrete.  Even if some ramp ape doesn't chuck your package/luggage off the plane, the sorting facilities are full of nice impacts from hydraulic hammers and other sorting equipment.

Y'know, there are similar responses in the comments on that article, but the simple fact is that it still doesn't excuse his deliberate attempt to damage each & every box on that pallet.

The benefit, hopefully, is that his supervisor will recognize him in that video and send him packing.

His supervisor is probably the one that taught him how to load cargo.


And his uncle.

"I'm helping!"
 
2013-06-18 04:19:39 AM
He should have used a handtruck and just toppled the stack unto the conveyor - better accuracy and less effort.
 
2013-06-18 05:41:30 AM
I was responsible for shipping and receiving a lot of air cargo at a previous job. The rule was never ship any package that you wouldn't feel comfortable jumping up and down on. (see pelican cases or similar). Too many bags pass through too many people at too many places for anyone to care about your particular piece of cargo. Luckily what we used to ship wasn't fragile.
 
2013-06-18 05:58:11 AM
I've stopped checking in luggage a long time ago, precisely because of this. Just a small carry-on and make sure the hotel I'm staying at has same-day laundry.
Shipping by Greyhound works well too. No big drop heights, loaders usually in plain view of public.
 
2013-06-18 07:02:54 AM
That explains my new I-Phone
 
2013-06-18 07:46:56 AM
You get what you paid for.
 
2013-06-18 08:39:27 AM

bratface: I worked as a 'Christmas Casual' one year at the USPS and was appalled at the the way packages were treated! If the package said 'fragile' I actually saw workers throwing them up on the conveyors! So this doesn't surprise me at all.


One day it was raining really hard out, and I happened to be downstairs in the kitchen for some reason or other, when I heard a really loud BANG just outside the front door, like someone had just thrown a big bucket of bricks down on the front step as hard as they could... I looked out the window, and saw a surly looking USPS driver climbing back into his vehicle and driving off in a rush... I opened the front door and there was a package for my roommate with FRAGILE written all over the damn thing! Just left lying there outside in the pouring rain, no less! He didn't even bother ringing the farking doorbell to let anyone know he had left it... If I hadn't happened to be there to grab it immediately, the damn cardboard would've disintegrated in the rain... Amazingly, I guess nothing was broken, despite him obviously trying to break something...
 
2013-06-18 08:46:57 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q6_9A90cUk">http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=2Q6_9A90cUk
 
2013-06-18 09:08:00 AM
The behavior seen here in this video is the reason the Chinese can never win a war against us.
 
2013-06-18 09:22:47 AM
                                                                            Sounds broken.
1.bp.blogspot.com
Most likely, sir. I'll bet it was something nice, though.
 
2013-06-18 09:54:12 AM

A Shambling Mound: See, now I'm just picturing an A320 with a hold full of loose boxes sliding around like some kind of hydro-simulation. Not heavy enough to bring down the plane, just heavy enough to spook the pilot.


I don't know why, but I really laughed at that.
Also this immediatly popped into my mind:

images2.wikia.nocookie.net
/Otto: *spash* Ugh. I really need to get that back window replaced.
 
2013-06-18 10:05:21 AM

UsikFark: The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system

Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.



Is it these guys?
tng.trekcore.com

/obscure?
 
Bf+
2013-06-18 10:46:58 AM
It's China-- He's also the pilot.
 
2013-06-18 11:25:41 AM
He made that a much more Sisyphean task than it needed to be.
 
2013-06-18 12:51:42 PM

MythDragon: /obscure?


Fark is well aware of all Wheaton-threatening scenarios.
 
2013-06-18 01:13:34 PM

MythDragon: UsikFark: The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system

Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.


Is it these guys?
[tng.trekcore.com image 850x637]

/obscure?


You could not at least post a picture of the native females?
 
2013-06-18 02:09:02 PM

Mock26: MythDragon: UsikFark: The All-Powerful Atheismo: they do have a functioning legal system

Yeah, they pull a van up and give you that legal injection. Happens only a few thousand times a year in China.


Is it these guys?
[tng.trekcore.com image 850x637]

/obscure?

You could not at least post a picture of the native females?



They weren't threatning to inject Wesley. (Allthough Wesley was threatning to inject them) And , are thus, irrelevant to the quoted text.

But, of course, since when is relevancy an excuse not to post things like this?
images1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-06-18 04:47:31 PM
Or the guy at the top is screaming at him "faster you %#% what's the matter with you faster retard, haha faster "

The only way anyone would know what's going on in this guy's mind is to approach him, you never know, maybe someone told him his wife served divorce papers, etc.

In this case approaching might not be a good idea though...
 
2013-06-18 10:25:51 PM

Alonjar: wow that guy was taking out some frustration on those boxes.

What a farktard... putting the boxes on the belt properly would have used a lot less energy/effort.

This shiat happens everywhere though... ive had the USPS break seemingly unbreakable items plenty of times.

/how the fark do you bend a half inch steel plate USPS?  HOW?!?!?!?!?!


Put in the back of a 60 ton tripled trailer truck then roll it over at 70 mph.
 
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