[PLUG-TALK] 26% of FedEx complaints from Oregon ... drones?
keithl at kl-ic.com
Tue Oct 5 22:35:31 PDT 2021
At 940pm on Tuesday, this service complaint website:
... lists 947 service complaints for FedEx for the last 15
days. 242 complaints are from Oregon, or 25.6% . Oregon's
4.24 million residents are 1.25% of 331.4 million US residents.
Perhaps this is because Oregon residents are internet savvy
and extraordinarily impatient. Perhaps FedEx focuses its
energy on Oregon's big corporate customers (screw with Intel
and your computers stop working) at the expense of others.
Most likely, Intel and other big Oregon companies are being
screwed as well, and it's time for Big Company Pressure.
Or little entrepreneur pressure; who can outcompete FedEx
in Oregon (nationally next), and take all their marbles?
As Hunter Thompson said, "when the going gets weird,
the weird turn pro". What's the biggest, weirdest,
commercially-licensed AI drone?
How high can porch pirates climb? My drone delivery pad
would be outside a second story window in the back of the
house. Highrise residents could have camera-surveilled
rooftop delivery pads, and streets without delivery trucks.
P.S. Your toddler may be late for preschool, but ... no.
Keith Lofstrom keithl at keithl.com
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