Yes my peeps, I know that. But what I understand and you don't is that I deliver to 100 people by 6:00 am each and every day of my life. I get no days off unless I beg someone to take over the route for me and then pay them dearly. On top of the fatigue associated with this job there are variables that need to be considered.
- What size is the paper? Is it thin or thick?
- Is the paper is banded or bagged?
- Wind direction?
- Wind speed?
- Rain, ice, snow?
- Is my path clear?
These all need to be considered before asking (re: complaining) about why your paper isn't exactly in front of your door every single day.
Where the paper lands is not an exact science no matter how hard the "thrower" tries to get the paper exactly where the "throwee" wants it. Flicking my wrist the same every time does not ensure precise paper delivery. I am sorry.
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