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Why has my computer been stuck in Louisville, KY for 2 days?
Surely if its anywhere in KY it shouldn't be stuck.
That's weird, I had an order stuck in KY last week as well. Paid for 2 day delivery. It took 6 days.
That's funny. Normally, KY helps it to not get stuck...
dammit, shitehawke...you beat me.
I just got a new computer from UPS!!! FREE!!
There's a fly in the KY, it would seem/
umm this is QBN, you need UPS.
if you paid for ground, they won't let it get there early. if they said 5-7 days or whatever, for damn sure it won't get there earlier even if it has to sit somewhere for a couple days. it would upset their business model and such.
It seems detrimental to show me the tracking information, if I was them, I would do something more like this:
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 17/08/2009 1:30 SNAP ONE OFF
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 17/08/2009 11:30 COFFEE
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 17/08/2009 8:30 POOP
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 17/08/2009 7:00 BREAKFAST
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 16/08/2009 11:00 HOTEL WANK
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 16/08/2009 9:56 LATE DINNER
LOUISVILLE, KY, US 16/08/2009 8:53 ARRIVAL SCAN
ANCHORAGE, AK, US 15/08/2009 18:42 ARRIVAL SCAN
15/08/2009 15:53 DEPARTURE SCAN
SHANGHAI, CN 16/08/2009 2:11 DEPARTURE SCAN
SHANGHAI, CN 14/08/2009 21:59 DEPARTURE SCAN
14/08/2009 21:30 DEPARTURE SCAN
14/08/2009 19:23 EXPORT SCAN
14/08/2009 12:54 ORIGIN SCAN
CN 14/08/2009 0:27 BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED
It took 1 day for your package to move from China to Arkansas, but 2 days for it to move in Kentucky....
Actually, 1 day from China to Alaska, 1 day from Alaska to Kentucky, now it's just sitting there. Waiting.
I ordered a pair of headphones. Here's how UPS shipped them:
Las Vegas (where I fucking live)
Somewhere in Montana
I'm actually really curious how they set this shit up, honestly. I'd love to have a little insight into their routing. I live in BC, pretty much straight south of Alaska, you'd imagine, if there is ANY logic at all, that they would have a depot in the western United States, instead of shipping that fucker to the east. I don't get it.
Brown Ain't Doing Shit™
Louisville is where UPS is HQed, therefore SDF is the primary hub for UPS. Almost everything comes through the airport there so it gets there fast and then bottlenecks before being sent out. I live 40 miles south of Louisville and brown trucks pass my house with my package inside them on their way to Louisville for processing and distribution.
America! America! God shed His grace on thee!