1) I'm still not sure if it's the p/t job for me, but it's gotten easier over time. 2) As a pre-loader, it's obvious that some drivers are divas. Instead of directing their anger at mgmt, they snap at you for a full package car with 170 stops. 3) I'm not sure if I could ever be a supervisor. A good number of them are blatant a$$e$. 4) The sound of the scan check is annoying as all hell. 5) Work as Directed is more often than not, arbitrary and capricious. 6) According to my pedometer, I take about 18,000 steps during my shift. 7) If you post on Brown Cafe as a "newbie" you will likely be verbally beat down. If you snap back, you will be called a troll. 8) The turnover rate is extremely high. I was in the " mentoring" sessions with about 14 people and only about five of us have remained. 9)Getting two pages of adcuts at 8:00am is not okay. 10) I work with a great group of guys who have helped make my adjustment to the job somewhat favorable.