Mike, thanks for the clarification. As for the confusion...it's a constant state for me.<sigh>
The USPS...I sent a package (reading glasses and a phone charger) to a relative who was in Birmingham, Alabama, at UAB Hospital...roughly 135 miles from me. The package traveled to Montgomery, then to Birmingham, *then* to Atlanta, onward to the fine state of South Carolina, and (not to be outdone), it went up the road to *North* Carolina. Shortly after arriving "said package" reversed it's journey...revisiting South Carolina and then trekking onward to Atlanta once again, until it finally arrived *back* in Birmingham where it circulated around for a week or so. About two months later (after giving up on the package it found its way back to us due to not being able to find the individual. Naturally the person had left the hospital before the package's *second* arrival in Birmingham. Efficiency, man, efficiency!!!
FedEx gets my second vote: Ravine Filled with Packages in Blount County, Alabama
, Stolen Service Dog
, and one county over from me a FedEx driver was caught simply stealing "interesting looking" packages.<sigh>