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Old 04-24-2019, 11:34 AM   #1
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04/24/2019 9:18 A.M. Austin, TX, United States Accepted by post office
04/23/2019 6:54 P.M. Coppell, TX, United States Package processed by post office
04/23/2019 6:41 A.M. Coppell, TX, United States Accepted by post office
04/23/2019 4:49 A.M. Dallas, TX, United States Package processed by post office
04/23/2019 4:46 A.M. Dallas, TX, United States Package processed by post office
04/23/2019 3:15 A.M. Dallas, TX, United States Package processed by post office
04/22/2019 11:22 P.M. Dallas, TX, United States Package processed by post office
04/20/2019 8:00 A.M. Austin, TX, United States Package transferred to post office

Four days to get back where it was supposed to be in the first place.
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Old 04-24-2019, 11:39 AM   #2
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That is how they create job security in a Government run operation. If UPS did that they would be gone in short order.
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Old 04-24-2019, 11:42 AM   #3
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What still pizzles me off is they spent. Gazillion dollars sponsoring the Tour de France!!! What the heck??? They thought the advertising exposure would benefit the USPS???

I imagine it was so the postmaster general and some politicians could get a free vacation to France!
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Old 04-24-2019, 11:51 AM   #5
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I really hate when people mail me stuff usps. It never shows up on time


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Had a package in Tyler (40 minutes away) go all the way to Chicago to come back here...?
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Excuse my ignorance, but if everyone began using FedEx and UPS becouse of the **** poor delivery of USPS would they shut down? Or would they continue to survive with tax dollars? I am unfamiliar with how they are set up structurally as a company?
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Excuse my ignorance, but if everyone began using FedEx and UPS becouse of the **** poor delivery of USPS would they shut down? Or would they continue to survive with tax dollars? I am unfamiliar with how they are set up structurally as a company?
They are just engrained into society so they won't go away. Just suck more tax dollars.

I never really understood why you never see ANY government agency try to run efficiently or like a business. I know it's tax dollars so who cares but you'd think with pressure from the public they would at least try once in a blue moon.
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Excuse my ignorance, but if everyone began using FedEx and UPS becouse of the **** poor delivery of USPS would they shut down? Or would they continue to survive with tax dollars? I am unfamiliar with how they are set up structurally as a company?
Their business model is broken. It was designed to be self sufficient but it has never been - at least for a long long time. I think they lost over $2 billion last year. UPS/FedEx is part of the problem for sure but mostly they lose because are legally required to deliver to every mailbox in the country 6 days a week. Thousands of small post office produce no revenue. They are supporting over 1 million employees and retirees. The union makes it impossible to fire so they can only reduce by not hiring when someone quits or retires. Believe it or not (in this era of government overreach) the post office is in fact something the the US government is required to do - it's in the Constitution!
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Old 04-24-2019, 04:15 PM   #11
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Had a package recently take a month to get from PA to Tx. Not exaggerating
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Old 04-24-2019, 04:31 PM   #12
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Amazon Prime is putting a hurt on them too
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Old 04-24-2019, 04:47 PM   #13
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Mail service to any address in the US is a legitimate public service that the Fedgov should subsidize. However, it can definitely be improved and made more efficient.
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Old 04-24-2019, 05:38 PM   #14
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Funny thing about Fed Ex and UPS......in the rural parts of the state...guess who delivers those packages??!!
That's right...the USPS.

My mom unloads a UPS truck everyday and puts it on the carriers trucks because they can do it faster..lol

She said the Unions forcing the prepayment of every retirement fund has hurt the USPS big time
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Old 04-24-2019, 05:58 PM   #15
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I sure don’t understand it. I needed something for work and had someone send it to me 2-day option. Well they picked the USPS 2-day and it arrived 10 days later after going back and forth between the same two locations (both in town) several times. Pure craziness.
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Old 04-24-2019, 06:03 PM   #16
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Most the post office employees couldn't pour **** out of a boot with the instructions on the bottom.
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Old 04-24-2019, 06:23 PM   #18
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My usps delivers my amazon prime . Always 2 days late and wonít drop it at the house . Girl is to lazy to get her fat *** out of her Jeep. I have to drive to town to get my stuff
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Old 04-24-2019, 08:17 PM   #19
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Actually our local post office has some great people working there. It's getting it to the local office that's the problem.
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Yup I can't stand em... they'll send and invoice I mail out that's one zip code over to Dallas then back to Houston to get to an address that's 4 miles away. Takes 4 to 6 days, and when that customer sends a check back guess what... same BS...
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Old 04-24-2019, 09:22 PM   #21
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My usps delivers my amazon prime . Always 2 days late and wonít drop it at the house . Girl is to lazy to get her fat *** out of her Jeep. I have to drive to town to get my stuff
I was standing in my yard yesterday and the Fedex fool drove by and slung my package in the ditch. He seen me and kept on going.
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Old 04-25-2019, 01:39 AM   #22
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I have nothing for the USPS and never intentionally use them however Amazon and others send me packages by them.

But.... the USPS will send a letter from anywhere in the country for 54 cents. FedEx will do it guaranteed in in one day if it is 1/2 pounds or less.... for $39.26.

I would bet that for a 7,000% increase in shipping cost, the USPS might be better and/or not lose money.
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It takes 4 days for my house payment to go 30 miles from Allen to Dallas.
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Old 04-25-2019, 07:09 AM   #24
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Had a package in Tyler (40 minutes away) go all the way to Chicago to come back here...?
I bought a bow from a guy in Louisiana. USPS shipped to Houston via Massachussets.
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Old 04-25-2019, 08:21 AM   #26
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Affirmative action.

Never understood who in the government or why they insist on hiring the most worthless people. Sure there are a few good people that work at the USPS. But why in the world can't they fire the bad ones? Plenty of good, hard working people would love a job with those benefits. Just saying "union" is crap. Get rid of all unions if they're only there so no one can ever be fired.
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Third generation affirmative hiring, their union, and they're 90% lazy democrats..









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Funny thing about Fed Ex and UPS......in the rural parts of the state...guess who delivers those packages??!!
That's right...the USPS.

My mom unloads a UPS truck everyday and puts it on the carriers trucks because they can do it faster..lol

She said the Unions forcing the prepayment of every retirement fund has hurt the USPS big time
I recently ordered a red dot and tracking showed fedex delivered on Thursday. Then it changed to USPS delivered on Friday. On Friday it showed delivered on Monday. Saturday afternoon, it was raining and my garage door was open. I saw 2 boxes thrower I the floor. One was the Red dot. I was going to call and raise hell about the poor service but whatís the use.
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Old 04-29-2019, 06:46 PM   #30
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Whole lot of opinions and lots of misinformation in this thread.

USPS is self funded. ZERO tax dollars at work here.

Congress passed legislation that said they had to self fund retirements for 75 years. Which is why they have been operating in the red ever since that passed.

Amazon has put a huge strain on USPS resources since they made them take a deal to deliver last mile legs of delivery.

They also lose money on amazon deliveries.

Your mail carriers did not receive any compensation for having to carry and process additional packages brought on by the amazon deal.

Every piece of mail or package that is at your local post office gets delivered same day, unless it comes in after all of the carriers leave for routes. Then it goes the next day unless it's a priority package that's guaranteed by a certain time and date.

All incoming mail goes from your box to your local post office and is loaded on a truck by 5pm every day and taken to the local distribution hub where it is either processed locally, or sent to another main hub, and processed again by mail handlers. Mail is moved all over the country 24/7 at the processing facilities.

Now, because of the large human element involved with moving things all over the place, sometimes you'll see delays due to various circumstances such as misplaced, mis-sent, or re-routed parcels or pieces of mail based on how it was sorted or handled at the sorting facilities.

Not all postal districts are created equal. Some post offices are operated like it's the wild west (your local postmaster is the problem here) Leadership starts at the top. This is the exception, not the norm.
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:11 PM   #31
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Yall make me feel good about my mailman. I can't think of any issues we've had
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:23 PM   #32
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Hell i have better luck with the USPS than anyone else. Always faster and cheaper than UPS, and UPS has broken 2 bows that were coming to me. So far USPS is %100
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Whole lot of opinions and lots of misinformation in this thread.

USPS is self funded. ZERO tax dollars at work here.

Congress passed legislation that said they had to self fund retirements for 75 years. Which is why they have been operating in the red ever since that passed.

Amazon has put a huge strain on USPS resources since they made them take a deal to deliver last mile legs of delivery.

They also lose money on amazon deliveries.

Your mail carriers did not receive any compensation for having to carry and process additional packages brought on by the amazon deal.

Every piece of mail or package that is at your local post office gets delivered same day, unless it comes in after all of the carriers leave for routes. Then it goes the next day unless it's a priority package that's guaranteed by a certain time and date.

All incoming mail goes from your box to your local post office and is loaded on a truck by 5pm every day and taken to the local distribution hub where it is either processed locally, or sent to another main hub, and processed again by mail handlers. Mail is moved all over the country 24/7 at the processing facilities.

Now, because of the large human element involved with moving things all over the place, sometimes you'll see delays due to various circumstances such as misplaced, mis-sent, or re-routed parcels or pieces of mail based on how it was sorted or handled at the sorting facilities.

Not all postal districts are created equal. Some post offices are operated like it's the wild west (your local postmaster is the problem here) Leadership starts at the top. This is the exception, not the norm.
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Had documents sent priority USPS from Hawaii on Friday. Arrived today, on time!

.....and God Bless America.
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The USPS is poorly run because it is a government agency with no accountability. Unions don't help either.
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I ordered a piece of trim molding for my wife's car, came Friday (USPS) in a box that says fragile all over it. The box was pretty crunched so I opened it and the piece was snapped in half. Now have to wait another week or more. A pain.
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Our wedding invites had our return address in small font on the back of the envelopes. USPS ran them through their machine backwards and delivered them all back to our house. Since they were printed with a bar code across them every time we'd tried to mail them again they would be delivered back to our house.

I've had so many issues with them that if I'm ordering something and see it's being shipped USPS I won't order it
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They send my passport to the wrong mailbox. Luckily it was an honest older lady from out church that knew me and hand delivered it unopened.... that cost a little more than a standard stamp
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Old 04-29-2019, 11:02 PM   #40
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My usps delivers my amazon prime . Always 2 days late and wonít drop it at the house . Girl is to lazy to get her fat *** out of her Jeep. I have to drive to town to get my stuff
The lazy *** mail lady that comes by the house put a note in my mail box to pick my package up at the post office because it wouldn't fit in the box. Bad part is I was standing on the driveway and she couldn't be bothered to pull in and give it to me..
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Took 2 weeks for a letter to get from Midland to Dallas. Pathetic!
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Post office definitely has problems but ****, how many times do some of yall have to be told that they dont receive tax dollars.
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Yup, not much difference between the Post Office and the DMV imo.

I’m convinced these employees are told to deliberately go slow so the public will demand they hire more clerks so the union can collect more dues for their coffers. Makes sense to me.

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If you notice my screen name you would think I would know a bit about the situations. Can't help do your job even if I'm doing nothing cause I would get written up. Duhhhh
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The lazy *** mail lady that comes by the house put a note in my mail box to pick my package up at the post office because it wouldn't fit in the box. Bad part is I was standing on the driveway and she couldn't be bothered to pull in and give it to me..
In her defense, unless she knows you, you are just a stranger in a driveway.

Can you imagine how hacked you would be if you were trying to find your package and the delivery said they gave to the guy standing in the driveway because he looked like the homeowner?
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In her defense, unless she knows you, you are just a stranger in a driveway.

Can you imagine how hacked you would be if you were trying to find your package and the delivery said they gave to the guy standing in the driveway because he looked like the homeowner?
Those odds are better than them putting at right address anyway.....
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Old 04-30-2019, 09:24 AM   #47
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Our LOCAL mail, and all of our mail, has to go to the Dallas processing center to be sorted now and then they bring it all the way back, even if its a letter going across town. And we live 50-60 mi. away from the Dallas office! Unions at their best, demanding more work but can't keep up. Now they're delivering UPS and FedEx pkgs on local routes. Wish they would've abolished the whole system a few years back when it was brought up.
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Funny thing about Fed Ex and UPS......in the rural parts of the state...guess who delivers those packages??!!
That's right...the USPS.

My mom unloads a UPS truck everyday and puts it on the carriers trucks because they can do it faster..lol

She said the Unions forcing the prepayment of every retirement fund has hurt the USPS big time
Lots of misinformation in this post...
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Old 04-30-2019, 07:08 PM   #49
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In her defense, unless she knows you, you are just a stranger in a driveway.

Can you imagine how hacked you would be if you were trying to find your package and the delivery said they gave to the guy standing in the driveway because he looked like the homeowner?
She knows me . I meet her at the box usually .. she looked right at me and hauled ***.. no reason to defend her she lazy . Plain and simple. The post office needs to refuse to ship packages like that if they cant handle delivering them.
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Same post office guy for 10 years. Super guy.
Morning FedEx guy super dude. Evening FedEx guy is worthless.
Depends on who gets out of the truck I guess.............
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