Maybe UPS is keeping him around to try and figure out how to clone him!sendagain said:Five sick days in 60 years? I've seen guys use more than that in a month. All I can say is get a sample of his DNA for scientific research; he may be a walking medical breakthrough.
Lol, good point. My husband worked as a pkg car driver last summer covering vacations and also this past peak season - there is no way in the world his body could last 60 years at UPS! I couldn't even see him do 30 years! My hats off to all of you who have put in that many! (and some of you even more!)fmrtie said:He has already been cloned, how else could he have worked at UPS for 60 years.
He's a better man then all of us. The scary part is when you see guys who go non stop for their time at UPS, then they retire and within a year they are dead. My dad was pretty active after he retired from the USPS, mainly golfing. But when he stopped golfing due to his eyesight getting bad he went downhill so fast. It was scary to see. It shows that no matter what, you need to keep busy doing something, weather it's like Marty and working or just having a hobby of golfing or woodworking etc. Whatever you choose, keep yourself busy and happy and living.wily_old_vet said:He's a better man than me. I did 31 1/2 and thought I was doing well. Congrats Marty