Hi all, I am just a regular old residential customer with a question for you fine folks: I got an overnight package missorted in Oakland to Petaluma (North) when it should have gone to Monterey (South). In Petaluma it ended up on a delivery truck for that day. It eventually got re-routed back to me a day late but my question is how did it end up on a delivery truck? At the local outstation, isn't there a sorting process whereby when the package got scanned and there would have been a big ERROR ERROR STOP STOP THIS ADDRESS WILL TAKE YOU 4 HOURS SOTUH HELLO SILLY HUMAN ? At least I assume there is some automation. Aren't routes created based on the packages in the truck? Just wondering.