[QUOTE=steelemonkey;1999059][QUOTE=ootini;1999047]I test gaming systems to make sure they're compliant with various regulatory bodies around the world.[/QUOTE]
So, how do I beat fruit machines in the pub? :) :) :)[/QUOTE]
I'd recommend a sledge hammer.
Originally Posted by paulo
Originally Posted by bythesea
I believe the current phrase for such activity is 'Dutch ruddering'
No that is where someone jerks you off using your own hand, possibly after lying on it for a while so that it goes dead first ......... allegedly
sounds like a Paul thing, though I think I've heard of it.
Originally Posted by Stu @ M Developments
My quest to stay warm continues - but I think its almost at an end.
As regular readings of my drivel will know, I settled on the Whites Thermal Fusion after owning the FE Xerotherms, Arctics and Halo 3D.
This whites under-suit has kept me very warm and its very flexible, so the others have been sold, to fund my latest purchase. I tend to find that the Whites Fusion Bullet drysuit offers no thermal properties whatsoever as its just an expensive bin liner, and while
So... on to the water work of my Advanced Nitrox Course. Whilst this is not actually taking me to decompression levels, this tends to be taught in the style of the Decompression Procedures course. It is basically the first baby rung on the very deep ladder that is technical diving. Hence I have gone back to basics and am learning how to dive once again. Today, I will be discovering what it is like to dive
Updated 07-10-12 at 06:42 AM by divebunnie
I know!! It is shocking really that after all these years here, and a good three thousand dives, I am still only qualified to dive within recreational limits. And... like a true goodiegoodie (I always was), I have not yet broken my forty metre depth limit.
We often chat about how, as an instructor you really should have more knowledge and experience than the depth at which you are teaching, and it