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Topic: train wreck coffee (5 msgs / 75 lines)
1) From: Spencer W. Thomas
My coffee shipment, which was in the train wreck last week, arrived 
yesterday in fine shape.  Whew!
:-)
=Spencer
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2) From: Dan Bollinger
Mine arrived monday, none the worse for wear, too.  :)  Dan
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3) From: Lee XOC
< On Behalf Of  Dan Bollinger
< Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 10:36 AM
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< Mine arrived monday, none the worse for wear, too.  :)  Dan
<
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< > My coffee shipment, which was in the train wreck last week, arrived
< > yesterday in fine shape.  Whew!
That's funny, the last shipment I received from SMs arrived the other
day looking like it had been in a train wreck, but alas it must have
merely been typical UPS handling practices as it only needed to travel
from central to southern CA.
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Lee / San Diego
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4) From: Mike Vanecek
UPS must've had soccer practice that day and needed a nice 
box...er...ball. :)
Grin,
Mike
Lee XOC wrote:
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5) From: John Abbott
Lee, do you realize how many man-hours of training handlers, and then the
actual time and cost to crush all those boxes? This is part of the reason
the costs keep going up - retraining the crushers.


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