Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Johnnyfootball2014, Oct 16, 2015.
I think that everyday just looking at all the trucks loaded by Stevie Wonder, the idiotic dispatches and SUPER DUPER UP DOLS lmfao. But yet we dont need the supes around cause all they do is BUCK everything up all day and are totally worthless, but for some strange reason, even though we solve all the problems they create, they still hate us for that 1 important reason in their eyes, STUPPOSEDLY WE MAKE TOO MUCH DAMM MONEY lmfao. WTF DUDE REALLY lol.
It's ing rediculous. What the hell is going on? I'm at the point I don't want to get out bed anymore. Gonna be a stellar peak season.
Ive been like that for the last 5 years at least. Cant wait for the nightmare to be over lol.
Posted this like 15 times in the last month.
Still funny as hell dude you gotta admit it lol
We are some derailing asczzholes lmfao. Every thread us idiots derail it= LOVE IT DUDE LMFAO
I've had a few that made me really scratch my head. One that really stands out is from several weeks ago. HR sent me an e-mail that a new guy was starting the next day, even though I never asked for him. When I sent an e-mail back saying we were overstaffed as is I get "The plan says we had to hire someone, so I did."
Like what? I get a quarterly turnover report and I'm told I need to fix it, then you send me someone who I ended up having to layoff for two weeks, now going into 3. Makes sense.
Every morning when I look at Orion I ask myself if this is some secret plot by FedEx to have UPS lose money. But I am not sure FedEx is any smarter then UPS
They're not. I can vouch for this. UPS has ORION, FedEx has DRA.
Every split I get makes me wonder the same thing.
Old timer once told me. "My theory is ups charges so much we will always make money. So they think all of their ideas are great."
I've thought this for 15-20 years. They have always done stupid stuff.
I've covered a route in which Orion has you run in-town business air, run two or three towns worth of extended stops, then come back in town to finish running the business ground from the morning.
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