> I've been waiting for something that looks like a greatly magnified PEN
> a supplementary finder on top, since being notified that it was posted
> to me
> on Aug 25, 2009 3:06pm CROYDON POST SHOP
> Express International Parcel Post at
> then the message below gives the latest location ... ... ...
> EQ003523151AU AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Your item
> arrived at the international processing centre in MELBOURNE at 10:50pm
> on 26 Aug 2009, and is ready for processing.
> So; 31 hours to move across one city
> It's now 1 September; 5 days later and it's still in the city.
> I probably haven't done my cause any good, but I couldn't resist
> their enquiry people a message that read in part " In the context of
> Post International, how is the word "Express" interpreted by Australia
> As far as I can tell they shut down totally over the weekend.
Yeah, well Australia Post, an interesting organization !
I once won an *b*y auction, payed with P*yp*l and the seller notified me
that he had posted the item. The seller was located about 20km away from my
office where I have such things delivered. 3 weeks later I contact the
seller saying that the item hasn't arrived, he gives me a refund on the item
then another week passes and the item arrives. I checked the post mark on
the parcel and the date corresponded to the date the seller said he had
posted it. So where did that lens go for 4 weeks ?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/