In Transit : On ScheduleExpected delivery: Tuesday, March 4, 2014, by 8:00pm
Holy crap, seriously? This item (a DVD) has been shipped from Ohio--- and I can expect to receive it here in Maryland by Tuesday, March 4 (by 8 PM- well, that's something, anyway???) Is it being walked to my door? The snail mail carrier in Frog and Toad are Friends delivered items faster than this.
Note that I said this has ALREADY been shipped- from OHIO- not Saturn, for chrissakes.
Here's the silver lining, which still makes it funny- from past experience, I know that the "Expected Delivery" date is 100 percent fictitious. I'll have this DVD inside of a week. So where did Amazon come up with "Tuesday, March 4, 2014?" Does it have something to do with it being Town Hall Meeting Day in Vermont? Did some poor slob who found himself pulling a Sunday shift just figure it sounded reasonable, so what the hell?
"By 8 PM." Well, thank goodness for that. Because I really was planning to watch this DVD at 8 PM on March 4.
They're doing it because they took on a bunch of sellers from China, I believe. They can't bother to do real shipping analyzes for each sale, so they're just over-estimating everything now.ReplyDelete