Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by packageguy, Jan 26, 2013.
What is your moment of the day, post anything and everything each day, this should be fun.
Delivering to an apt yesterday, knock on the door, 2 dogs barking, going nuts... lady screams at the dogs "SHUT THE EFF UP"(she used the correct word).
she signed for me and said "have a blessed day"
The early morning before work.
I try and wake up, acknowledge the Most High, pray, listen to Worship music
and clear my head of myself, my concerns, and seek Him. Quite time.
No TV, no family, just look above.
Once I get back in my car to leave the job behind until the next day.
too easy * when i see the gap on line #8
When I drink enough alcohol that I am comfortably convinced that it really doesn't matter anymore.
edit: And sex, of course.
so to clarify: when you drink enough alcohol that sex doesn't matter anymore
When the board reads.
My moment will be when Tom Tancredo burns a rope.
When I see Inside Bldg on line 8.
Imagine the freedom that moment has.
Waking up to my alarm on the first Monday morning after Daylight Savings Time goes away, and realizing that I can set my clock back an hour and go back to sleep.
When my DIAD has a number "1" in the Y spot where it says, "Would you like to punch out? Y/N"
Of course you have that scary window of time when you might be struck by the ODS Msg Green Light of Doom... "PLZ ASSIST JONES ON ROUTE 03J HE HAS 85 RESIS LEFT"
When I wake up on Monday morning and I'm on vacation for two weeks.
amen to that. Dark cab. Haulin tail to Ctr and the dreaded green lite comes on
That's an easy one. Don't touch that diad until you're on the lot. Answering while driving is unsafe. Pulling over suddenly is unsafe.
You got it. DIADS are like cell phones and are not to be used while driving. "Oh, so sorry I never got the message till I got back."
Lately it's been around 1745, at that point I'm at my last pickup. Friday it was snowing to beat the band and I had 25 of my resi split to do. The day before I watched the sunset then headed in (no split) that's my moment.
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