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    Full Ashes coverage on FTA

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    Yep. I went out and bought a set-top box last weekend for the Ashes and Tour. Got one with a recorder because I can't do the 2005 zombie act again - well not every night.

    In all seriousness, is there anything better than watching 6 hours of test cricket, or 6 hours of Le Tour? While others sit there saying "but nothing happens!"
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    Will Mo Matthews again be providing his unique insights from the SBS studio, like in 2005?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt79 View Post
    Yep. I went out and bought a set-top box last weekend for the Ashes and Tour. Got one with a recorder because I can't do the 2005 zombie act again - well not every night.
    Distinctly remember staying up until 3:30am watching the cricket then getting to work for a 7am start and almost literally praying no crime had happened. Was disappointed so many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Distinctly remember staying up until 3:30am watching the cricket then getting to work for a 7am start and almost literally praying no crime had happened. Was disappointed so many times.
    I wonder if my work would consider it over-time if i stayed up to watch the Ashes - and then be impressed by my dedication....

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    May have to find myself unemployed by choice come The Ashes/Le Tour period!

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    The Tour de France is a 'sporting blockbuster'. Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt79 View Post
    Yep. I went out and bought a set-top box last weekend for the Ashes and Tour. Got one with a recorder because I can't do the 2005 zombie act again - well not every night.

    In all seriousness, is there anything better than watching 6 hours of test cricket, or 6 hours of Le Tour? While others sit there saying "but nothing happens!"
    Finish exams on the week before, will be awesome. Assuming we don't stuff up.

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    The Tour de France is a 'sporting blockbuster'. Really?
    Always amazed me how many people stay up watching it here. Don't understand it tbph.

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    Bloody students

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    Watched bits and pieces of the Tour last year. Found it not bad, but couldn't watch it by myself. Was good with a few mates, and better with a few beers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    The Tour de France is a 'sporting blockbuster'. Really?
    Suppose it's got bigger Down Under with recent Aussie hopes of a win.
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    Awesome! I'm hoping the digital television revolution will either make Foxtel not as desirable or bring the price down significantly.
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