The U.S. Postal Service is a glaring example of terrible service, bad management, and a government-operated waste of taxpayer money. Kudos to United Parcel Service for creating some competition in the market.
Thanks to bizarre regulations at the USPS, it turns out that UPS can actually deliver packages through the postal service at a lower price than the postal service can, itself, offer to customers. And that, friends, takes the cake as one of the best examples of how backwards the U.S. Postal Service really is.
The U.S. Postal Service offers bad service, long waiting lines, needless paperwork and slow delivery of packages. UPS, in contrast, offers fast delivery, hard-working employees and smart management. In college, I loaded packages for UPS, and I can tell you that nobody sits around twiddling their fingers at UPS. They get the job done.
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