Job dedication

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by dannyboy, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. dannyboy

    dannyboy From the promised LAND

    Dedicated to getting the mail delivered I guess.

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  2. Fnix

    Fnix Active Member

    Did his manager tell him to finish his route?
     
  3. MonavieLeaker

    MonavieLeaker Bringin Teh_Lulz

    LMAO
     
  4. DownsizedUPS'er

    DownsizedUPS'er missing my UPS family

    there oath is no sleet nor rain nor hail of night, there is nothing in there about snake bites. i really hope he is ok. thats nuts.
     
  5. User Name

    User Name Only 230 Today?? lol

    Heck I got a really bad hang nail the other day and wanted to go home. This gut aint got nothing on me.
     
  6. drewed

    drewed Shankman

    Isnt the eastern diamondback one of the more venomous and lethal snakes in the US?
     
  7. dupa

    dupa On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation.

    We have an hard-nosed 40 something female driver about 4 years ago lose and hunk of her right butt cheek to a Rott, and went about 3 more hours.

    Had to pull the seat out of the pkg car and dispose due to the blood soaked in it
     
  8. Johney

    Johney Raise your hand if you think Upstate is a D-Bag

    Same center??:knockedout:
     
  9. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    Was this mail carriers name Chuck Norris???
     
  10. dilligaf

    dilligaf IN VINO VERITAS

    Yes and more aggressive.
     
  11. New Englander

    New Englander New Member

    No...it isn't an aggressive snake at all.

    Behavior

    By nature, this snake isn’t overly aggressive. They are generally reclusive and can live up to twenty years. These snakes aren’t good climbers, but can manage negotiating small bushes and trees, in the pursuit of a meal. They are, however, good swimmers and can actually swim fairly long distances. Similar to most rattlesnakes, they possess a well-developed rattle that can be heard from quite a distance. On occasion, it has been known to remain silent to allow a predator to pass without being detected. Like most snakes, it would prefer to run than to waste its venom for defense. If cornered, however, the snake will lift its anterior half of its body into the classic S shaped rattlesnake coil. This defense allows the snake to strike a distance approximately a third of its length. It is capable of delivering multiple strikes if necessary.
     
  12. dilligaf

    dilligaf IN VINO VERITAS

    Oh my mistake.