I pounded the name out so I won’t anger my current employers. We had our usual glut of packages with no ability for one person (me) being able to deliver them all. Many of today’s packages for a large retail company had a problem being scanned in. They couldn’t scan them in so they had to put them in by hand. When I left this morning, there were still many packages waiting to be added. Why does this continue to happen? It reflects bad on us when we had nothing to do with it.
Once I got out of the warehouse then the real fun began. Driving on a Monday. Something about a Monday brings out the angry drivers. People breaking the law to give the finger to other people who broke the law. My favorite part of the day was the speed trap on 224 around 11am as well as the state trooper by a school zone running his radar. We need more of that. I am not joking, we really need more police in the school zones. If you agree with me please post in the comments below.
I posted part 4 of chapter 6 in the Book with No Name just before I posted this.
Thank you for your time and sensible driving in a school zone
Michael Collins is a Delivery Driver and an amateur writer living in Lakemore, Ohio
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