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Journal Chacham's Journal: Silliness: FedEx messages 3

7:30 am On FedEx vehicle for delivery LAKE ORION, MI
5:33 am Arrived at FedEx location LAKE ORION, MI
5:31 am At local FedEx facility LAKE ORION, MI
2:39 am Arrived at FedEx location PERRYSBURG, OH
9:40 pm Departed FedEx location INDEPENDENCE, KY
4:19 pm Arrived at FedEx location INDEPENDENCE, KY
2:59 pm Shipment information sent to FedEx
11:11 am Picked up LEBANON, OH

Yeah, i know, i know. But i still am amazed at Kentucky being on the way from Ohio to Michigan and the package's ability to be at Lake Orion before arriving there. My condolences to the dear departed location in Independence, Kentucky. And, i am amazed that it's about to be here, in just a day. It took the company, seemingly, longer than that to tell FedEx about it!

And then i get my hammocks.

Final note, JEs are as bad as they used to be. Can't see the source and the preview at the same time?! Guess the morons^H^H^H^H^H^H who design these things, refuse to admit their absolute stupidity of removing functional parts of websites that have been there for years.

I hate everybody.

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Silliness: FedEx messages

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  • by Chacham ( 981 ) *

    Just reread the comments from the lat time i complained about the JE redesign. The old page is still available.

    My complaint still stands though. Seriously, it refuses to sit. I yelled at it twenty-five times already. I guess not previously being known by any other name means it has no (k)nees.

  • I'm all for it. Bring on the paradoxes.

    I'm a rabid fanboy of the dot - and I'll hang in here until the bitter end. But that front page story about ctrl-shift-t the other day made me think that end may be closer than I thought.

    • by Chacham ( 981 ) *

      I haven't intentionally read the front page in years. Unintentionally (after a login, or on the way to the JE link), maybe 5 times?

In seeking the unattainable, simplicity only gets in the way. -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982