1 Yesterday I looked at my load and was convinced I was not getting round, after consultation with my sup I was greeted with the words "you should be alright." Given the additional candy he earns I was in all honesty looking for something a little bit firmer or at least a lie. needless to say my actual day of 10 hours plus with a plan of 10.5 hours and several Missed deliveries left me feeling that I had let everybody down. The question I ask is whats the best "in the trenches" line ever received and did it work. You know the "I Know its 150 stops but its an easy 150 stops" or "whilst I would be concerned if I was sending this out with a driver of lesser ability". You know the lines I mean but which one really works. Our sup was back from SLS in Germany and he hit me with "I learnt so much whilst in Germany but the bottom line is you will do it because I said so" Some would consider that as ten wasted days I was just impressed that he had managed to string a sentence together.