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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by masshass81, Dec 16, 2004.
That's a ridiculous question, since the mail carriers work their routes generally for eight hours a day. So there's an eight hour range and the precice time they deliver to you depends on where you are along their route.
Maybe he varies his route because being in the same place at the same time every day gets boring. I think I would do that too.
Its like asking "when will skywalker66 get arrested for rape" , who the hell knows, apart from it'll happen before the consignment's time limit.
depending on where you live
I've been told that their tracking isn't exactly for people to watch the status of their package on the internet, but more of a way to find out where it got lost if it does wind up missing... which is a way of giving them extra money to not be able to find sh!t.
depends on the carrier.
but let me say that as a former person who had to call carriers all the time, they're required to be at work at like 8:30am (if you had a complaint with your post office, you'd be able to talk to your carrier on the phone at that time. they leave at like 9:15).
i'm not sure why they'd be delivering mail at 6-7pm... it doesn't sound reasonable. but since i'm not in their shoes and don't understand national routes, i am not going to comment further on that matter.