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groundhogy

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Posted: 07/11/20 05:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have one in mind, but I’m just gonna wait and see.

As our civilization crumbles in front of our very eyes, I bet there are a number of good candidates.

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There are 31,322 post offices in the US. I understand the smallest one is in Ochopee, FL on the Tamiami Trail with outdoor access only, but I wouldn't call it the worst one. For me, I guess the worst one was Ocala, FL since they screwed up a needed package delivery to the Salt Springs sub-office General Delivery twice for me.


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Posted: 07/11/20 06:15pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

groundhogy wrote:


As our civilization crumbles in front of our very eyes.


I bet old geezers have been making statements like that for thousands of years!

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We have good USPS people for my office and home.


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Posted: 07/11/20 06:23pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How is this RV related?


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It's RV related because you may need the P.O. to hold, forward, etc. your mail.
Some are good, some are not so good.

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the USPS handles in excess of 160-billion pieces of mail each year. do individual pieces get mis-delivered? sure. it's happened to a lot of us. it"s happened to me. hut considering the enormous volume of mail i think their record is pretty darn good.


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rk911 wrote:

the USPS handles in excess of 160-billion pieces of mail each year. do individual pieces get mis-delivered? sure. it's happened to a lot of us. it"s happened to me. hut considering the enormous volume of mail i think their record is pretty darn good.


Pretty much any objective look at usps overall is good considering the volume of mail, esp at peak times. However there are some branches that should be closed due to no customer service. The local offices are prob responsive to complaints delivered by a USPS Inspector General as complaining locally is not effective.

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This is RV related: Quartzsite AZ.

I ordered from Amazon a few years ago. Q's local UPS hub is Quiet Times. The package didn't go there, it went to the PO, but addressed to QT. Because the package's shipping address didn't have QT's box number on it, the package was refused and returned to sender.

Are you kidding me? How long has that post office and Quiet Times been there? This stupid clerk couldn't put the rule book down for one second and know/find the box number??

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