posted on May, 15 2020 @ 06:50 AM
Take a look at this video. I can't embed it... ?
I am appalled at how this driver was treated. I can relate to his pain b/c I too was treated this way while doing a delivery driving job. I've got
numerous stories of the horrors put upon me while I was driving and delivering product to folks homes. What I am seeing here is total abuse of power
and control from this HOA man onto a delivery driver. How do you think the residents living in this community feel about getting their deliveries ?
With an attitude of representation like that for the neighborhood I think they might as well forgo the convenience of deliveries in their
neighborhood, that or assign someone else to be their HOA rep.
I was treated in a very confrontational manner by many people while I was out on the road and most of it was before the pandemic hit. It was absolute
insanity on how people were acting toward me and treating me on the road. It created a very hostile work environment for me and every day it put me
on edge of worry and wonder to what might happen next, I had to watch my back daily. I thought gosh... this is not at all how I thought this job
would be, why or how could it be so negative I kept thinking. It was just one more thing that made me stop and think about the crazy way people act
toward one another in our world. In my case I was antagonized, not once, not twice, but repetitively over and over again by complete strangers
similar to what this man is going through. It is horrible, It is unforgivable. Why I kept wondering when I was going through it. For the pay I was
making (not enough to live) I knew I definitely can not continue this job, I was very afraid for my safety as well as my mental well being putting up
with the hostility every day for such meager low wages just wasn't worth it.
In this video I hear this driver man turn over and resign into a thought process of thinking he did something wrong and being sorry for his response
toward the absurdity of what the HOA man was doing to him. Big fat F and NO. I don't see how he did anything wrong or deserving of that type of
response of the HOA man. To me... if that neighborhood was having any type of issue then the checkpoint should of taken place before the truck was
able to get on the property which would prevent any type of confrontation or confusion from occurring to begin with.
I got road blocked onto a neighborhood road one day that was not a gated community. Imagine trying to deal with this on the road in an area your not
familiar with. I was on someone else's turf/neighborhood but a public road... making a simple delivery when someone arrogantly got mad my van was
driving down their road and they did a full road block (I do not know what set them off or made them do this to me but they did) so when I turned
around to come out I couldn't get out, there they were blocking the road and I could not pass. This did not only happen one time to me, it happened
several times. Can you imagine the horrors I felt when that occurred ? The panic that sets in when someone does this to ya ? So in relation to this
delivery driver he was doing the same exact thing, minding his own business doing his job and he had to deal with this HOA mans confrontation. An
unnecessary unwanted confrontation he was being forced to deal with against his will.
Is this what our world has turned into ? Are folks this hell bent on being in control that they are always going to find a way to abuse their power
to control someone in an abusive manner & why ?