Great = taking 17 days to travel 15 miles? I think we can do better than 1.1 miles PER DAY.Oddly enough, I ordered some prescriptions from my pharmacy on-line on Sunday afternoon the 27th (X-mas weekend) and the US Post Office delivered them Monday afternoon the 28th.
Could it be that you expected great mail performance during the busiest time of the year? Nah. Anecdotes do not make a good basis for policy.
(And didn't "po-po" go out of linguistic fashion in about 1996?)
That would be a start.Great = taking 17 days to travel 15 miles? I think we can do better than 1.1 miles PER DAY.
Also totally disagree about policy. It is amazingly obvious to me at least the USPS couldn't get a letter from my house to my neighbor's house anymore. This is not an accident! I say boot every single freaking Trumper right on out of there and put people who know how to run the place back in charge.
Oh, of heuristic importance was it?It was an anecdotal data point not a fucking editorial. Jesus.
wholesale privatization of the United States Postal Service, are now being supported by all the tree-hugging lefties who see Amazon as a kind of Greenie Christ.
I guess you don't know then ...Sure, the Drumphists did nothing to impede the USPS, all fake news . .
What does Bezos have to do with first class letter delivery ?? Nothing
In today's mail I received a christmas card that was postmarked Dec 5th - from Chicago.
And below is total and complete crappola - lefties do not support Amazon.
Mike you are lying . .
The USPS is trying to be like other logistical operations but they do not know how to pull it off yet.USPS rant number about a million!
My car registration took from Dec 20 to now to travel about 15 miles :angry: At least the po-po have been advised to let expired stickers slide, lots of them are in mail limbo.
I have a package from New Orleans that somehow went to New Hampshire on the way to Maryland and has been there about a week.
Gaithersburg to my house is maybe 45 miles. That package got to DC and has been sitting a week.
WTAF :huh: Maybe no room on the truck going to Fargo