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    I did a freshwater dive the other day. My first...

    I did a freshwater dive the other day. My first in 5 years. Water temperature was 26 degrees at the surface and 16 degrees at 20 metres. I'd forgotten about that aspect of freshwater diving. Nothing...
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    - Await Further Instructions - The Predator ...

    - Await Further Instructions
    - The Predator

    Good start to 2019. Possibly the two worst films I've ever seen. I describe most films as the worst film I've ever seen, so it isn't too much of an...
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    Thanks for the replies. Just arrived. Water...

    Thanks for the replies. Just arrived. Water temperature is lower than home and too much hassle to organise diving, so left dive kit at home. Not as keen as I used to be!
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    Melbourne

    Going to Melbourne for a week tomorrow. Should I try and get a day's diving in, or not worth the effort?
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    We generally only eat meat from animals I have...

    We generally only eat meat from animals I have shot. Rabbit, hare, goat, venison, turkey and duck. Cooking game meats well can be a challenge because of the lack of fat, and sometimes strong...
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    Diving tomorrow. Catch bag is being left at home...

    Diving tomorrow. Catch bag is being left at home and the camera is coming with me :)
  7. Up until I left the UK 6 years ago, it was a...

    Up until I left the UK 6 years ago, it was a simple process:

    1. Phone Blue O2 and book liveaboard

    I did this four times in the last year that I was in the northern hemisphere and all the trips...
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    A pony thread! Merry Christmas!

    A pony thread! Merry Christmas!
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    Cyprus in September is wetsuit territory unless...

    Cyprus in September is wetsuit territory unless you are doing long technical dives. Personally, I would be in a decent "semi-dry" and a hood, but I feel the cold.
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    I'm not a diving medicine specialist, but I do...

    I'm not a diving medicine specialist, but I do know a little about resuscitation. The most like disturbance to cardiac rhythms following drowning is asystole. An AED will not help you in this...
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    Hmmm.

    Hmmm.
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    Christmas dinner is sorted. ...

    Christmas dinner is sorted.

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    I think you are being a little unfair to rabbits....

    I think you are being a little unfair to rabbits. There is plenty of nutrition in rabbits, but you wouldn't do very well if you ate nothing but rabbit (i.e. "rabbit starvation").
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    5 holes in the water to throw money into :nod:

    5 holes in the water to throw money into :nod:
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    Why so many? Every man needs two boats, but five?

    Why so many? Every man needs two boats, but five?
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    I think you better get two boats, one going...

    I think you better get two boats, one going north, and one going to the deep south, preferably leaving from different ports 🙂
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    If you play with fire, you get burned.

    If you play with fire, you get burned.
  18. My point was not about the emergency signal being...

    My point was not about the emergency signal being received, but who is going to rescue you. Many of the smaller countries in the south Pacific for example don't have the means to rescue a diver who...
  19. Re: cost - anyone who has been "lost at sea",...

    Re: cost - anyone who has been "lost at sea", myself included will tell you that the cost of the unit and battery replacements is pretty much irrelevant.
  20. McMurdo Fast Find 220 and CD canister. The latter...

    McMurdo Fast Find 220 and CD canister. The latter has a poor reputation, but I haven't had a problem. There was someone selling an alternative on TDF. As for the PLB, I haven't had to use it, so...
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    This guy. ...

    This guy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cW7oPxIpS1w

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cW7oPxIpS1w
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    I didn't really want to "out" myself, but I've...

    I didn't really want to "out" myself, but I've had one of those on my harness since 2007 and haven't had any problems.
  23. I carry a PLB for offshore diving. However, it...

    I carry a PLB for offshore diving. However, it won't be much use if the country in which your diving lacks the infrastructure to mount a rescue. Better than nothing though. You will need a canister...
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    I finally took a freediving class. No waivers, no...

    I finally took a freediving class. No waivers, no agency, no cert cards, no bullshit. Just get in the water and do it. After 5 hours, my static breath hold was up to 3.5 minutes, I could swim 50...
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    Poor little Maltese hire car! ...

    Poor little Maltese hire car!

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