Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by BobBarker, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:03 PM.
Drink lots of water.
With the AC running, it's pretty nice...
being a worker in capitalism is similar to being a child with your parents:
your parents (the capitalists) make most of the decisions that affect you. except with capitalism, the capitalists take much better care of themselves than their workers, whereas parents are typically looking out for their kids.
here in our hub, during the summer, 90-100 degrees, outside, = 100-120+ inside a trailer, i personally drink at least 2 gallons sometimes more of water in a 3-4 hour shift, (im a loader if that makes a difference)
It feels like you are breathing soup and sweating a tropical rainstorm.
And please, use deodorant.
Most of the Pussilamous PT workers call in.
All the Millennials call in as well.
Have fun sweating suckers!
My parents take good care of me then. I work and can buy a lot of nice stuff. Live is a gravy train!
Like the Nelly song "Hot in Here" makes you want to take your clothes off. Hotter in back of a PC than a Hub in the summer trust.
Really? A PC parked in the shade is hotter then a trailer that has been sitting out in the sun all day? Open up the trailer door is like opening up a hot oven.
It's very unpleasant and at times actually dangerous.
There were multiple times this past summer where I started getting dizzy, seeing black spots, and throwing up on the floor of the trailer/package car.
They don't care of course.
Sorry for stealing your thunder @burrheadd
You’re gonna get kicked out of the coop. all the chickens know that the work has to get done.
Don't have to work here.
The swamp @$$ is real .
Most PCs deliver to stops they dont have shaded areas. I've loaded/unload 55' and delivered in the summer. The heat and pressure of delivering for 9.5 hrs is greater than being in one area 4.5 hrs inside a trailer.
theres a difference between choosing your dictator and choosing your democracy.
yea but UPS can give you AC cheap s.
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