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It's Friday afternoon again, so come up with some of your own hints and post away.

It's always a good idea to keep the regulator in your mouth

Diving isn't dangerous. Drowning is dangerous

The only time you have too much air is when you're on the surface

Try to keep the number of your ascents equal to the number of your descents

The dive is optional, the ascent is mandatory

A regulator is actually a diver cooling device, when it stops working you see the diver start to sweat

Never let your dive gear take you somewhere your brain didn't reach five minutes earlier

Probability of survival is inversely proportional to the speed of arrival at surface

In the battle between expansion of gas bubbles v. expansion of diver, the gas has yet to lose

It's always better to be up here wishing you were down there than be down there wishing you were up here

The three most useless things to a diver: the spare cylinder on the boat, computer with no battery, missed deco stops

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Quote[/b] (peter k @ June 06 2003,16:54)]It's always a good idea to keep the regulator in your mouth
Unless you are wearing my FFM in which case, you have done the straps up way to tight.
 

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Quote[/b] (peter k @ June 06 2003,16:54)]The three most useless things to a diver: the spare cylinder on the boat, computer with no battery, missed deco stops

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Duff Wifes who complain about the strong smell of beer from your breath and don't believe it when you explain that the bubbles in the beer actually gets rid of the excess nitrogen
 
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