I haven't felt all that great either. Almost didn't bother with the road ride today but forced myself out. Throat feels a bit funny, maybe it's all the GP waiting rooms I've been in the past couple of weeks.
ive felt physically good since Tuesday ive just been a slack ass - why dont u two tell the truth :P
You know you're in trouble when even Bryce tells you to stop talking shit.
I have no idea if he just said he was fine or ill.
He doesn't know if he's physically good as he's just sat on his backside all week. Maybe it's because I work surrounded by a GP and Pathology waiting room that I too am a bit not great either.
Well he changed his post so now mine doesn't make sense.
No one will notice tRicky m'boy.
no one will care either :P
He's right, even I don't care.
I've spent most of the week trying not to fall asleep at work/traffic lights and generally feeling rubbish - and I didn't even rogaine.
You have traffic lights in Geraldton? How vulgar.
Yup. Afraid so. Probably about half a dozen sets. Fortunately, I managed to find a way from home to work without any, even when I lived at the other end of town. Now its a 400m walk to work, it's definitely not an issue.
It's apparently a sign of a civilised society to clutter up the roads with traffic lights, which ultimately cause more congestion than they're worth.
I'm happy to have them in Geraldton. The thought of Geraldton drivers trying to turn right across two lanes of traffic without some help is positively terrifying.
We used to have a huge roundabout, but it turned into a bridge with traffic lights when they realigned the railway. (But that was worth it, because now we have a foreshore that isn't cut off from the whole town by a railway.)