So such a strange coincidence of events has been occuring that has demanded me to really pay attention to something Im starting to notice as a trend all around me. Starting off first with what I saw friday night, I was trying to load these irregular bulk and awkward shaped deer antlers which were obviously for a prop. I was having a hard time putting it on to the belt because honestly the damn thing would fit onto the belt for bulks. So another unloader comes by to help just grabs it and tosses it onto the belt crushing a flat screen t.v. with obvious damage to the box. I thought to myself, man, wasnt there a better way to do it then that, this guy just didnt seem to care, I also heard his sup tell him earlyer to correctly use ladders because he wasnt going down them properly, but he just cussed at his sup jokingly, and the sup just takes it and laughs. Anyways, so today Im have some drinks with my parents, and my mom tells me you how her company quit using UPS due to that very reason, they damage so much of their packages. Then to add to it I was randomly surfing a news website and came across this *down below*. My sup even told us thursday how fedex's stock is higher then UPS, which if you ask me is reflective of higher profits am I wrong? Is this just me noticing a lack of quality? I see that sups push for production, and downtime, but when they are telling you hey just bust this truck out let the packages fall on to the belt and you see how much that drives down quality. Why wouldn't corporate see that perhaps reputation and quality at this point is more important then reaching downtime so quickly. Ultimately this seems to be driving customers away, and a bad word of mouth on the street, which really isnt good for profits, stock, etc. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-UPS/126625634073990 "We're just American citizens against United Parcel Service because of their abuse of the system and their customers. They ought to treat us better, because we have other options for shipping. Think USPS."