Know what?

You know what doesn’t make sense:
Package Tracking.
In theory, it’s there to tell you where you package is.

He’s a package I’m tracking from Think Geek:

11/13/2006 9:39 am In transit Toronto, Canada
11/12/2006 8:49 pm Arrived at DHL facility Toronto, Canada
5:29 am Depart Facility. Wilmington, OH
11/10/2006

7:58 pm Departing origin South Plainfield, NJ
7:49 am Arrived at DHL facility Toronto, Canada
6:28 am On Hand. Toronto, Canada
5:29 am Depart Facility. Wilmington, OH
7:58 pm Picked Up by DHL.

So where is it?
Let’s see, the Think Geek offices are in NJ, so the package starting in OH is already a bad start.
Let’s consult the map shall we?
From NJ to OH

Then, it travels from OH to Toronto.
And then, for some reason, goes back to NJ.
That was a 10 minute journey BTW. Pretty speedy.
Now we’re on our way back to OH and finally arrives in Toronto, again.

So where is my package?

In my pants is the obvious answer, but all kidding aside, I have no idea.

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