Is that not illegal?Phat_Pat said:my teacher said he used to Fedex lizards and spiders to his brother... although i have nothing interesting to share....
HAHA!iMeowbot said:Why a hand? Shipping a whole body is a lot more expensive, and the rest wasn't needed. Why frozen? So it wouldn't crawl out of its container and strangle the driver. Hope this helps!
Subject: care for boulder...
From: Andrew from apple.com
What do you advise for the best care and maintenance of origami boulders?
Thanks for email.
Recommend security as elaborate as top secret new Apple products and software. Only Steve Jobs can know location of boulder and he must fire anyone else who tells media about. Announcement only at Mac World.
Never enough boulder available for people who want it in first six months, and boulder have slower megahertz even though paper speed of wadding actually faster.
New wadding system make boulder more resilient than ever, although not many pen yet compatible unless run in emulation mode. Many pen makers promise compatible product soon, but give no date.
good one made me laughejb190 said:So I end up waiting in a long line at the USPS office. I was carying a thirty pound box of soil samples I was shipping to a lab in Ohio. When I finally got to the front of the line, the guy at the desk asked me what the insured value of the contents was.
"Well, it's soil samples," I replied.
"So it's worthless?" he asked.
"WORTHLESS?" I reply, with some shock in my voice.
"Well, it's just dirt"
"Dirt?" I say raising my voice. "It takes two hundred years to form one inch of topsoil. Without this 'dirt' we would have no food, no natural resources."
I go on for a couple of minutes about the value of soil after which the guy at the counter asks, slightly stunned, "So how much do you want to insure it for?"
"Oh, nothing," I said with a smile, "It's just dirt."
Everyone in the place broke out laughing....
So I went back a year later with another box of soil to ship and sure enough, the same clerk was there - and he remembered me! We had a good laugh over that!
Bull Semen is very expensive stuff. check out this article: http://apnews1.iwon.com//article/20041117/D86DLIGO0.html This bull is worth 13 million dollars a year just in semen.Black&Tan said:I remember going into UPS and looking at the warning list on the wall with things to declare. I was shocked to see that bull semen is something that must be declared....