Can't they get together and make up their minds?
Edit: since this post got so much Attention: amazon sucks, unionize. The driver is fine afaik, Saw him yesterday driving around the block
The other day i accepted a package meant for my neighbor who was at work. It was a hot day, so my windows were open. However it was also very windy. So my appartement door is right next to the front door. I was laying in a T-Shirt and shorts on my couch, no socks or anything else. So i take this box for my neighbor and boooom my door closed because of the wind. I had no keys, no phone and no socks.
That's when this amazing amazon driver stepped up. First he tried opening my door with a card. Afterwards he let me call my parents with his phone. Then he insisted on driving me to their house to get a spare key. I wanted to give him a tip or something, but he drove away the second i stepped out of his car. My hero.
Tldr: locked out of my Appartment, saved by amazon guy
Edit: Windows weren't wide open, more ajar (hope it's the correct Word). Like upper half of it were open
What the title says really... tried a few things like careful tears of the individual tubes, taking it from the box, over the sink but there are crumbs everywhere regardless.
Wow, this blowed up real good! Maybe someone at FedEx will see this and tell the bosses that there are some dissatisfied customers out here.
On October 8th, 1976, 16-year-old Curtis Skoog was busy mowing the yard at his family’s home in rural Benton County, Indiana when his father, Norman Skoog, passed by on his combine. Shortly after, Norman pulled into the driveway, this time in his pickup truck along with Curtis’ grandfather, Everett Daulton, who lived nearby. Knowing something must be wrong, Curtis approached the truck to see a white cardboard box sitting in the bed.
Norman had spent the day harvesting his “back 40,” acres of corn along Benton County Road 200 South. Around 5pm, while harvesting in a remote spot about a mile-and-a-half from the Skoog home, he made a bizarre discovery. A white cardboard box wrapped in tape and rope sat on the ground roughly nine rows deep in the field, approximately 15 yards off of the gravel road. Norman had nearly ran over the box with his combine. When he got out to investigate the box, he realized it was far too heavy for him to lift alone. He left on his combine to get his father-in-law and his pickup. Together, they loaded the box into the bed of the truck and drove it to the Skoog home.
Curtis was first to notice the pungent odor of cheap perfume coming from within the box. Using a pocket knife, he sliced open a section of the box to find a broken vial of perfume lying atop something wrapped in layers of plastic. Concerned what may be inside, Norman phoned police. He told Curtis to return the vial to the box and wait for the Sheriff to arrive.
Sheriff Donal Steely arrived at the Skoog home a short time later to inspect the suspicious package. As he began to cut into the thick sheets of heavy plastic and rope, a new foul smell wafted out of the box. Steely decided he should contact the State Police before proceeding any further. Indiana State Police arrived and opened the box. Beneath the layers of plastic sheeting and rope, they discovered the body of a woman. The body was taken to the local coroners office, and later an autopsy was preformed in Lafayette, Indiana.
It was concluded that the woman’s cause of death was from a small caliber single gunshot wound at the base of her neck fired at close range. The bullet was never recovered. Her death was estimated to have occurred 7-10 days before being found, but it was noted that very little decomposition had occurred.
She was found in the fetal position with her knees pressed firmly against her chest. Her body was bound with rope and her hands were tied under her knees. Her head and face were wr... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I have an older dog so I have ended up saving hundreds of dollars on training pads! The can be found next to the feminine hygiene and adult briefs typically by the in store pharmacies.
I live in a mid rise apartment building and packages left outside my apartment door keep getting stolen. There are about 7 other apartments on my floor and I have no idea who is taking my stuff. Any ideas on how I can set up a surveillance camera on my door to help curtail the stealing? I’ve looked at the Blink and Ring cameras on Amazon and honestly I’m confused at which would be the best solution. I can’t nail anything to the wall outside of my apartment so I thought I might find a way to attach the camera to a wreath and hang that on the door.
Any help is appreciated