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  1. Some of that conversation is understandable, but...

    Some of that conversation is understandable, but most of it isn't. With FedEx, we call our fill-in drivers 'swings' (I was one for a year and a half--never again!), and yes, swings can be a bit...
  2. One thing I see a lot of are houses with signs on...

    One thing I see a lot of are houses with signs on the door or window alongside the door saying 'knock please, don't ring the doorbell.' Might help make those instances a little more infrequent, at...
  3. Dang, that's messed up. I work for FedEx, and...

    Dang, that's messed up. I work for FedEx, and that kind service philosophy you're describing is just wonky. Why would a driver not wait for a few seconds, and instead have to do the stop over again...
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    Yep. The only reason at all Panthor sticks out as...

    Yep. The only reason at all Panthor sticks out as a memorable toy for me when I was a kid was that short, purple flocking. There's no way I'd get a Panthor update that wasn't flocked.
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    I work for FedEx, so if UPS's policy is anything...

    I work for FedEx, so if UPS's policy is anything like ours, it is generally up to the driver's discretion as for what gets released whether a signature is required or not. One big factor that we...
  6. I'm with you there. I have a massive audiobook...

    I'm with you there. I have a massive audiobook collection, and my copy of The Complete Knightfall Saga is one I listen to time and again (and I'm not even a Batman comics fan). It's amazing, and I...
  7. In theory, I'd love to take a stab at a MOTU...

    In theory, I'd love to take a stab at a MOTU novel, but I doubt there's any way a novel would happen. If it did get the go-ahead, I would pity the poor sap who "got" to write it. Take what Val &...
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