paperboy - 4th grade.
paperboy and work at mink ranch shoveling mink poo - 5th & 6th grade.
work with Dad at his typewriter shop (way before computers) - next 6 yrs.
work at machine shop in Rockford, Ill. -18 months.
drafted into Army Mar 68 - Feb 70.
college -smoke a little wacky weed-drinking excesively ---1 year---I had a little catching up on my youth to do. Fun while it lasted
UPS Feb. 71 to June 2001.
Screw off - rest of life ----
Our OMS decide it was ok to give my number out. Fortunately it was to another driver. Unfortunately for her, I called her. I don't care if the other drivers have my number, but she is now VERY clear on my position about giving my phone number out to anyone. I doubt very seriously she will do that again.Can you imagine how upset most of us would be if the OMS gave our personal cell phone numbers out to a customer, whether irate or not, without our consent?