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Old 12-04-2018, 10:51 AM
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And it likely made it all the way there before someone/thing kicked it all the way back to you.
Ah.. you do know how they operate ...right
They send the letter to the address
The letter is sorted (that means it is headed to where it is addressed to ) in a fraction of a second
by your comment it seems you think they call the place to see of anyone came to stay with them before proceeding..
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:37 AM
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Old 12-06-2018, 01:48 PM
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I ordered a part from Tenn. and it went to Wisc then to MN and then to Ill and finally to ft Wayne, IN. But I am not complaining as is was free shipping.
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:14 PM
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A guy I work with at a dealership , wanted to work for USPS on the mail trucks , because you had to work so slow, 4 hours on the rear brake shoes you got warned if it was quicker
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Old 12-06-2018, 09:44 PM
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Post office never ceases to amaze me. One package can come halfway across the country in 2 days, another can take a week to come from 3 counties away.

I had a head set get lost in the mail, literally. Took well over 1/2 hr of phone calls to ever get to somebody. It was supposedly priority or some other means of "important" shipping. But they had no idea where it was, only that it left a particular post office days prior. Told me to give it a couple weeks. I finally gave up arguing with those idiots. Called and explained my plight to the merchant and that I needed another one sent--UPS this time. It arrived in 2-3 days, the "lost" one showed up a day later.

Lately we keep getting packages delivered by the post office, chunked in the gravel beside the garage. They lay all the mail on the ground and put the package on top sometimes. Got home one day and the mail was quite scattered. Fed-ex likes to put stuff on the front porch, of the wrong house.
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:09 PM
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Things arrive to me quicker from the east than the west, never will understand that. I get the apps for all the carriers to track packages. Yes, ive had to tell fed-ex what color my house is!
Only because there are two adresses in town almost identical with the same name, how strange is that. But, the carriers bring my cub stuff! And that makes me happy!
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Things arrive to me quicker from the east than the west, never will understand that.
Maybe it's because you're still sleeping when the east wakes up!
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:23 PM
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Location location location!
But, your probably watchin that 70s show when im havin afternoon coffee!

I ordered some tubes yesterday at 830 am and they got here tonight at 800 via ups ~12mph 425miles 36 hrs. Thats close to half pony express!

I think right now ups has part time extra drivers for the extra capacity.
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I can believe all that the service "should be" But darn, sometimes those drivers got their foot in the carburetor,.... beating the living h** out of those delivery trucks!
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The Allen Park "black hole" has sucked down another one of my packages. Been there for a week now. I had them search for a package that was stuck there once, had a tracking number for it. It actually arrived the next day, and the tracking information says that it arrived. They still keep sending me emails saying they are searching for my package but haven't found it yet. That was six months ago.
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