Reminds me of the line from Ocean's Eleven: "You tossers! You had ONE job to do!". 11 calls and 3.5 hours on the phone with customer service, with each "supervisor" profusely apologizing and swearing it will be delivered within the next few hours. This would be comical if it wasn't so tragic. Item was for a $4,000 medical device that had people waiting for it on friday.
USPS - here's a tip. For the definition of "Guaranteed Overnight" - look it up on the Fedex Website. I'd be pushing my congressmen to pull funding for USPS, except that the prospects of having all these incompetents in the commercial workforce might be even more terrifying.
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