ak-zaaf said:so 15:00 here is 23:00 at you?
I explained to him how boring the average flat tour stage is (since I took days off for mountain stages), but that I never take the risk of missing it because there's usually one unexpected sensational stage. So I could work 10 hour days with some tour time in the afternoon or I'd work half days (I'd still make expenses, so a full day or one lengthy holiday is cheaper for them.). He agreed. His replacement said he wasn't insane and made me take it away. So last September I took about 15 half-days.auscyclefan94 said:yep, but you are ****ed the next day for work or university in my case. i like your boss. does he like cycling? or did he give a tv because you weren't going to do work without watching cycling?
You're not listening right. Gesink explodes as soon as he accelerates and Pozzato has a date in the Italian part of Liege. That guy is apparently very informed.issoisso said:Thank god for the eurosport commentator. If it wasn't for him, I'd never know Gesink is a very explosive rider and Pozzato is resting for his big goal Liége.