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Never Ship Dinosaur Eggs with FedEx (2 pics)

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Photos from a dinosaur museum. More after the jump.

1 Never Ship Dinosaur Eggs with FedEx (2 pics)


2 Never Ship Dinosaur Eggs with FedEx (2 pics)


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№1 Author: Jimmy Johnson (17 Nov 2010 02:22) Total user comments: 5518


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If you can't do it for yourself, you find ways to fuck it up for somebody else.

I believe I said that already, but I could be wrong.
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№2 Author: astroboy3000 (17 Nov 2010 02:48) Total user comments: 2543


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maybe you shouldn't have shipped them in a cardboard envelope
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№3 Author: Patty (17 Nov 2010 02:57) Total user comments: 1766


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Ever heard of bubblewrap?
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№4 Author: paullex (17 Nov 2010 03:35) Total user comments: 592


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Ever heard of DHL?
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№5 Author: akteco (17 Nov 2010 03:51) Total user comments: 34


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astroboy3000,

No fucking shit, what a dumbass.
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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (17 Nov 2010 03:57) Total user comments: 5518


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Yes, assuming paleontologists also do bubble wrapping and not have interns or graduate students doing such mundane tasks.
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№7 Author: rockers114 (17 Nov 2010 05:22) Total user comments: 544


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№8 Author: mahedi (17 Nov 2010 05:59) Total user comments: 10772


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№9 Author: Louie (17 Nov 2010 06:35) Total user comments: 8189


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№10 Author: Jinxaruny (17 Nov 2010 09:17) Total user comments: 10324


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№11 Author: Royal (17 Nov 2010 09:40) Total user comments: 549


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Fossils are the garbage of long dead creatures. You think our fossils will be in a museum? I just pray Fedex destroys any archeological evidence tied to me... I pray hard.
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№12 Author: fairmania (17 Nov 2010 10:34) Total user comments: 1436


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I worked the parcels for several years, with three different operators, and I know how these would have been treated.

The box would have been heavy, and probably dropped rather than lowered to the ground. It would have been thrown into the van, dropped down chutes at the sorting depots, and probably droppped a few more times, again due to the weight.

I saw it happen time and again. Had the staff at some depots known the value of this parcels contents, I'm sure one of them would have taken the time to open it up and take a dump in it too.

I lost valuable customers because some of my colleagues didn't give a flying toss. I avoid sending anything courrier now.
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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (17 Nov 2010 14:39) Total user comments: 10400


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Now lets have a talk about how stupid it was to ship something so valuable using fedex!
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№14 Author: joffenbaker (17 Nov 2010 14:50) Total user comments: 4965


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Things that important maybe should have been hand carried and delivered.
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№15 Author: aks3167 (17 Nov 2010 15:53) Total user comments: 1674


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№16 Author: galz (17 Nov 2010 16:41) Total user comments: 2043


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№17 Author: Lu (17 Nov 2010 18:23) Total user comments: 15082


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Yeah, the sender is the mule ass.
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№18 Author: wololo (17 Nov 2010 19:55) Total user comments: 383


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i would never do something like this.... i mean sending valuables with fedex
if it was up 2 me id take them by hand
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№19 Author: paul86 (17 Nov 2010 20:12) Total user comments: 360


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I think it's bullshit.
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№20 Author: Nsibai (17 Nov 2010 22:45) Total user comments: 5694


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№21 Author: bruce88lee (17 Nov 2010 22:47) Total user comments: 1818


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№22 Author: best giler (18 Nov 2010 04:34) Total user comments: 242


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The sender shall take the blame in yhis case. Not Fedex..
How can u let someone to deliver the valuable things using ordinary currier service.
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№23 Author: miscellaneous (18 Nov 2010 06:14) Total user comments: 4179


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I really don't get this.......were is the pic of the destroyed eggs.......I am missing something here. 02
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№24 Author: 2fuzzy (18 Nov 2010 19:05) Total user comments: 10400


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They were grouped all together, FedEx broke some them off. And before you ask they are worth way more as whole because of how rare it is to have them all together.
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№25 Author: adzhoe (20 Nov 2010 04:45) Total user comments: 14959


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Best Giler is right. That and it was shipped from China after all.
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№26 Author: raymond.wendt (21 Nov 2010 22:37) Total user comments: 9115


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well, if it was that important they made it safely, they probably should have packed them so nothing could have happened. BUT, obviously that didn't happen.
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№27 Author: khannibal (23 Nov 2010 13:54) Total user comments: 4711


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