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Re: Plant disaster/ups versus usps

In a message dated 5/29/04 10:03:16 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:

<< I think it's just the eyes front; brain on hold syndrome.  >>

Assuming all UPS delivery personnel work under the same rqmts, they must work 
till their truck is empty.  That may mean 7 pm or 4 pm depending on the day 
and time of yr.  We have a couple of great guys and occasionally a female who 
is all business that serve our area.  Our mail man is the best!  He considers 
his route as 'his customers', goes out of his way to get the mail safely 
delivered and makes sure his substitute fills his shoes when he is on vacation.

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