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digdug87

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Wearing anything, including tanks, that are yellow in the ocean, due to sharks.
 

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Wearing anything, including tanks, that are yellow in the ocean, due to sharks.
There was a TV commercial in the 1960s or 70s for a razor blade manufacturer touting their blades. Basically they maintained using a lesser blade that might draw blood was a hazard before diving where sharks might be in the water.
 

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This is what we need, certifications for mundane divers.
 

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Just don't die of boredom. Everything else is OK.
 

dead dog

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My dive buddy 1950's
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What about the dangers of spitting in your mask then washing it with baby soap before coating it with commercial defog ?
 

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Negative entries will result in certain and immediate death.
 

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Anyone else remember the BC’s that had a co2 cartridge for emergency accents? That was some scary stuff. This was back in the late 70’s
 

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Anyone else remember the BC’s that had a co2 cartridge for emergency accents? That was some scary stuff. This was back in the late 70’s
They still had those in the early 80's, I learned to dive with one. The shop would leave a used CO2 cartridge in the mechanism so that students wouldn't activate it and rocket to the surface!
 

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You guys forgot cave filling low pressure steel.

Also An OW diver carrying a light anywhere near a Cavern or Cave.
 
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