On Leaving UPS...

nealv

New Member
I quit UPS in 2001, a few months before 9/11. I worked there for almost 6 years: drove for about 6 months. I hated most of my supervisors, but I quit in order to spend more time with my daughters, three and four years old. When I left work in the morning, they were asleep. When I got home they were asleep. Was making money more important than spending these crucial years with my kids? My pension will kick in in about five years at about $265.00 per month. Am I stupid?
 

542thruNthru

Well-Known Member
I quit UPS in 2001, a few months before 9/11. I worked there for almost 6 years: drove for about 6 months. I hated most of my supervisors, but I quit in order to spend more time with my daughters, three and four years old. When I left work in the morning, they were asleep. When I got home they were asleep. Was making money more important than spending these crucial years with my kids? My pension will kick in in about five years at about $265.00 per month. Am I stupid?

Yes you are stupid. Because only a idiot would start a thread like this 18 years later.

It's been 18 years. Why do you even care???
 

Wally

BrownCafe Innovator & King of Puns
I quit UPS in 2001, a few months before 9/11. I worked there for almost 6 years: drove for about 6 months. I hated most of my supervisors, but I quit in order to spend more time with my daughters, three and four years old. When I left work in the morning, they were asleep. When I got home they were asleep. Was making money more important than spending these crucial years with my kids? My pension will kick in in about five years at about $265.00 per month. Am I stupid?
You wasted time creating a fake screen name for this?
 

rod

Retired 19 years
I quit UPS in 2001, a few months before 9/11. I worked there for almost 6 years: drove for about 6 months. I hated most of my supervisors, but I quit in order to spend more time with my daughters, three and four years old. When I left work in the morning, they were asleep. When I got home they were asleep. Was making money more important than spending these crucial years with my kids? My pension will kick in in about five years at about $265.00 per month. Am I stupid?
Did you expect it to be more?----and yes you are stupid. Any more questions?
 

Jkloc420

Do you need an air compressor or tire gauge
I quit UPS in 2001, a few months before 9/11. I worked there for almost 6 years: drove for about 6 months. I hated most of my supervisors, but I quit in order to spend more time with my daughters, three and four years old. When I left work in the morning, they were asleep. When I got home they were asleep. Was making money more important than spending these crucial years with my kids? My pension will kick in in about five years at about $265.00 per month. Am I stupid?
i dont get
 
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