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Divemaster Candidate, from jersey shore

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    jersey shore
    charity director
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    Certification Agencies:
    Padi Sdi/Tdi
    Dive History:
    jersey shore diving-wreck and bottom
    shark river inlet
    recovery and boat repair
    round valley reservoir
    dutch springs
    Florida gulf coast
    The Florida Keys
    Certification History:
    OW, AOW, Nitrox, Drysuit, PPB, Wreck, Deep diver, DPV Rescue, Solo diver, tech 1, MasterDiver, DM, AI ,OWSI
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Apex xtx200 regs
    diving concepts zflex drysuit
    Aqualung conshelf12 reg
    Scubapro Barrier7 wetsuit
    Scubapro nighthawk bc
    Aqualung blades2 fins
    Scubapro 5mil boots and gloves
    deepsee mask
    Wolfie's Kielbasa
    Rebreather Experience:
    I have been diving since I was 12 and I am now 43. If anyone came to me on a boat or at the quarry or on a shore dive and asked me if I could give a hand I WOULD because someday somewhere I would hope someone would do the same for me. If they dont oh well its not gonna stop me from helping because if i help someone and they in turn help someone else out it starts a really vicious cycle of people doing nice things and having fun diving. I would not be half the man or diver that I am today if it wasnt for someone helping me out even if I didnt ask for it! So please reserve your comments to the individual that give you a problem and stop the negativity. I dont think helping someone on a boat who might have never been on one is such a big deal even if you've never met them before that moment! Yes some people are buttholes but if you ignore them they go away! really it works! So good luck and happy diving