It finally happened - my CCR tried to kill me

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Scuba Client

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I found the article disturbing to say the least. Key words like: vigilance are susceptible to fatigue. Sequential cognitive memory lapse can be overcome by establishing a revised checklist. The village idiot is a product of their environment. Great minds think alike while others undertake a parallel journey of reality and delusion without ever realizing it.
 

Heat Miser

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I found the article disturbing to say the least. Key words like: vigilance are susceptible to fatigue. Sequential cognitive memory lapse can be overcome by establishing a revised checklist. The village idiot is a product of their environment. Great minds think alike while others undertake a parallel journey of reality and delusion without ever realizing it.

@Scuba Client have you gone through a recent divorce or other life changing event. Your posting up a storm. Hope you still have time to get out an dive. Everything's better after a dive.
 

Scuba Client

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@Scuba Client have you gone through a recent divorce or other life changing event. Your posting up a storm. Hope you still have time to get out an dive. Everything's better after a dive.
Day off! Anyone who blames their tools is a fool.
 
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