• anon

    Yeah this is fantastic. A great example is when Amazon tried to send me multiple packages from their San Antonio facility to my address in Del Rio, TX. The local post office (literally the worst I’ve ever seen) received the packages from Amazon, then decided to send them aaaaaalllllllllllll the way across the state to Corpus Christi. Literally should have been at my house that day, but instead USPS figured it’d be a great idea to send them on a bit of an adventure first. Seriously, why do we keep this garbage operation running? All anyone gets with USPS is junk mail, late, lost, or incorrect deliveries, and headaches.

    Apr 04, 2021
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