Fresh when it gets here from
Thursday, February 7, 2008
No package, yet. But this morning the web site showed a THIRD "destination scan" twenty minutes after the second one.
I suspect the package is inside of a big crate, and there's an RFID tag on the outside. Every time the crate gets moved, it gets registered, which shows up as a "destination scan" online.
Of course, I could be wrong. They could be playing touch football with my camera, for all I know. It just bothers me that a package can sit in the local warehouse for longer than it took to travel halfway across the country.
Tell me I'm an idiot. Go ahead.