"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds."
That's the United States Postal Service's unofficial creed, but after Hurricane Sandy wiped out much of the Northeast's infrastructure, post office employees only traveled "where it's safe to do so." Fortunately for Hoboken, New Jersey residents who needed their packages delivered on time, one UPS driver--don't call him a mailman--went above and beyond the call of duty, navigating his truck/vessel through shin-deep water with nothing short of glee.
"You're still working?" a girl shouts. The hero of shipping replies: "You're gonna see this on YouTube!"
(The parcel company might want to change its slogan to "What Can't Brown Do for You?")