Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by hellfire, Aug 28, 2015.
Start time 855, Monday...What potential threat Florida?
We worked preload the morning Hurricane Sandy hit. What....UPS is open?? Oh sorry....NY had no gasoline available to drive my car to work....oops!
Because 804 loves Sandy?
Erica will be a windy rain storm by the time it hits Florida.
I remember when the hurricane of 1938 hit New England. Ups was closed for a week.
That's what they said about Katrina
What will they say... Monday at school?
You really are a jerk. I'm sure your prediction will calm everybody in South Florida.
855 because preload has unexpected volume and will be running late on <insert weekday here>
When Charlie hit we were told that if we came in before we had "permission" we would be fired.
I watched a tornado go right over my car and I sent in this message " On my way in. Tornado just went over me".
I drove back in and the rain was blowing straight thru the building. I was not fired and several drivers had already given up and come back before me.
Yeah right...Safety First!
I think UpState just scored 2 points!
my prediction is that it hooks into the gulf and hits Tallahassee as a cat 3
another over-sensationalized media hype machine
Don't watch too much tv anymore, so I'm just going to assume Anderson Cooper is already in Florida for around-the-clock, storm of the century coverage.
That's just down right atrocious on their part. When I hear like this or management not telling drivers about their kids being born/death in the family so that they'll finish the day, I can't help but think that we work for the biggest pieces of on earth.
No they didn't.
Don't quite your day job.
We go out in blizzards in New England, 2 feet of snow, 50 mph winds, not a single business open. Send out those big brown trucks. Don't you know auntie mae needs her amazon order?
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