Look around your station, and somewhere (probably under glass), you'll find an ancient-looking document informing you that all "labor disputes" must be settled according to The Railway Labor Act. The date on this document is AUGUST 14TH, 1934. Let's see, in 1934, could anyone have imagined an overnight delivery service using jets? Yet this 76 year-old law is the basis for an "Express Carrier Exemption" for a delivery system that has nothing to do with railroads and depends on a technology (jet aircraft) not yet invented? Maybe the Railway Labor Act shouldn't have anything to do with a supposed "airline" anyway. Please remember, that in 1934, you'd be lucky to survive your flight, much less have your pkg be delivered within a couple of days by airplane. The fastest commercial aircraft couldn't exceed 200 mph without a huge tailwind. More evidence that Fred's exemption is based on an arcane law that has absolutely nothing to do with the operations of both UPS and FedEx. Next time you have a station meeting, please ask your manager about the Railway Act. HR will be there the next day wondering why a "rogue" employee is questioning FedEx gospel. WHAT A SCAM!!!