It will be interesting to see who get there first. Right now UPS is in the lead with the phone on the delivery truck while Fedex still has theirs at the distribution center.
Also UPS gets points for sending SMS updates while Fedex only does emails.
Each of them raises taxes for stuff the mayor and city council members can brag about at conventions with other cities and not for things that we actually need. I'm sure its nice that the mayor can tell his California mayor buddies that we have more bike lanes than they do, but how does that help me when its 105deg outside and I have to drive my car to work?
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