Rocky-I've got 2 pkgs headed your way by ground from Md. starting tomorrow. One to 80016 and one to 80027. Should be out there by the 18th. Please take care of them.
I'd gladly do so, Wily. Unfortunately.....the nearest I get to UPS packages is waving at a driver or seeing package cars or feeders on the road. You see....I QUIT UPS 8 weeks ago! Haven't looked back, either. My stress level is at or near an acceptable level. If my government manager has his way I'll be a calm, even-tempered, NORMAL cubicle worker in a couple weeks. We're working on that side. Its really nice not to feel like someone is standing over my shoulder, hissing at me to MOVE! No, I was ordered to slow the h*ll down the other day. Ya know why? He said, "QUALITY is a h*lluva lot more important to me than QUANTITY! You can't make quality when you're producing QUANTITY!" So....yeah, much healthier work situation. I encourage anyone that can--or has thought about--leaving Father Brown to do so. I'm far from being the only success story. The $$ you're making at UPS can be matched elsewhere if you look. I took a nice raise when I started this job. Then again....keep in mind I had only worked for UPS (this time) less than a year. I was making $10/hr.
By the way, Wily....about those zips. 80016 is ringing a bell for Aurora, Colorado. And 80027 is ringing a bell for Louisville, Colorado. Am I anywhere near right? I used to sort at Commerce City and the 800's were splits. -Rocky
You can have both Q's at the same time. You forget you are paraphrasing a government employee.
And we started a post for this why?
Rocky-You were right on the money on the cities. Good luck in your new profession. It does feel nice to be on the outside looking in at peak doesn't it.
Cino321-Next time I start a thread I'll make sure to consult you.
I still think you're a traitor, Rocky!
Yeah please do my preferred method of contact is via private message. Thanks.