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(MLive.com)   Child rescued from UPS drop box. Using a flat rate box from the USPS would have been cheaper, and might have actually made it to its destination   ( mlive.com) divider line
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2012-09-07 01:57:52 AM  
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Subby: "Using a flat rate box from the USPS would have been cheaper, and might have actually made it to its destination, but sopping wet, reeking of cigarette smoke, and folded over on itself seven times so it could be jammed into the mailbox to avoid a 15 second trip up the driveway"

Missed a bit, Subby. Damned character limit must've gotten you.

/or is this just my local mail carrier muppet
//no kidding, on the rare item that doesn't fit in my mailbox if folded or snapped, I've actually seen them drive up the driveway, and then *throw* it at my carport rather than get out of their car and walk ten steps to my door
///yes, UPS, FedEx, and DHL cock up occasionally, but they're seldom malicious
////Airborne Express is the worst. Had a problem with them regularly leaving packages or preprepared "sorry we missed you" notes outside the door without knocking or ringing the bell; caught it once when it happened (I was within four feet of the door; the blinds were closed so he couldn't see me) and I called to let the supervisor know (with the vehicle reg and time he arrived as proof I'd been at home). The driver came straight back, rang the doorbell, and told me he was going to intentionally break every package that was delivered to my address from then on. You can be damned sure the supervisor heard that, too. Never used them since, never will again.
2012-09-07 01:26:36 AM  
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2012-09-07 12:43:05 AM  
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2012-09-07 12:27:21 AM  
1 vote:
If it fits it ships

/no exceptions
//no refunds
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