Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by FracusBrown, Aug 9, 2010.
Packages marked "Confidential Founders Day Materials" flowing through the system today. Any ideas?
A photo of yours truly!........What else could it possibly be?
instructions on how to ignore it again this year?
We still have Founder's Day?
A letter saying sorry for all we have put you through in the last three years
Trinkets made from the Dodge Sprinters that fell apart?
Is that his name I forget.
Close enough ... we know who you talking about! Great Scott LOL
He's just another cog in the big machine ... the King is dead, long live the king.
Maybe I'm talking about Mr.T or Gary Coleman.
What you talking about? I pity you fool!
indeed, one to be placed in the each security shack of every ups facility with instructions to call the police if you see this man.
There is nothing to be alarmed about..
There's a car at the end of your block..........Possibly watching your every move...........Your Daughter goes to School and Your Wife does some grocery shopping....
The Car slides up and invites your Wife and Children into the Sedan............
They hesitate; but there is a man that they know is inside; He becons them inside.............With Concern they step into the Sedan......
Hoax is there and ready to have you all slide out the opposite door.
Shots do not ring, but the depth of life weighs strong.....We're ALIVE!!! The Claim is
People with significant YOS will be getting plaques. (I know cuz they asked me how I wanted my name to appear on it).
I got mine last year for 20 years of service. The plaque is actually very nice.
I think it's nonsense. What do you do with it? Is it hanging in your house?
Waste of money.
It's on my desk. I like it. The body of the plaque is made of metal (bronze?) and the frame is made of wood. It is well made and the engraving was done by a computer.
I can't remember anyone ever getting one. Did it start last year? (In Feeders, I didn't have PCMs so I would have missed it)
Yes. They were given for the milestone years.
Separate names with a comma.