(POST MILLENNIAL) – UPS drivers discovered that their delivery software had been updated this week from a system that specified the gender of the person who accepted delivery of a package, to a generic one-size-fits all term "customer."
Previously, the delivery system required delivery drivers to specify who they had given a package to if they handed it to a person, rather than leave it by the door or garage of a destination. The options previously included, met customer (MC) man, mc woman, mc boy, mc girl.
A driver who reported the system upgrade to The Post Millennial said, "Now when customers ask, 'who did you give the package to,' the details have been eliminated."
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