Around 8:07 am each morning, a driver comes in and takes the 300 car (which is located on the end of my belt). They take the car for early AM. When the package car leaves, I get to "stack out all the 300 pal boxes". Which is quite a lot, seeing as it normally comes down that hour. This conversation happened between my normal driver/head supervisor and myself. Me: Oh great, there goes my truck again. Head supervisor: Why are you stacking out the 300 truck? Me: The truck left the building, for early AM. Head supervisor: I understand that...but why are you stacked out with the 300 truck? Me: Do you see a truck here? (points to a empty spot, where it used to be). Head Supervisor: -blank stare- I don't know what you mean? Me: The truck that used to be here in the morning, is now gone for early AM, hence why I can't load it anymore. Head Supervisor: (without skipping a beat). you NEED to load it! Me: Where do you want me to put it? Head Supervisor: In the 300 truck! Driver comes in a few moments later: Where is my truck, is it on another load line? Me: No, they took it early for early AM. Driver: Again!?!?! Gahhh. Head supervisor: What's the problem driver? Driver: My car is missing that's what! This place is nuts, why are you taking my car of all cars early? You really need to plan ahead. Head supervisor: -blank stare- I don't know what you mean? Driver: -turns to me- Is this woman for real? Me: join my world. Haha. Finally around 8:31 am the truck comes back, they open the back door, and the perfect picture load quality is all shifted inside. Trying to make you load 150 extra pieces in 3 minutes. You can see why my driver is NOT a happy camper. Anyway, this was more of a rant, I feel better for getting this out of my system.