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psiborg1812
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RA at a local college. Any work that i can get is

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psiborg1812

NAUI Instructor, from Arlington, Texas

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    Location:
    Arlington, Texas
    Occupation:
    RA at a local college. Any work that i can get is
    Gender:
    Male
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    Well, i'd rather not, unless i know you
    Certification Agencies:
    NAUI, TDI
    Dive History:
    Well, I started diving in Texas Lakes, and have dove primarily lakes for a long time. Although I did go on the best trip ever to Bonaire in May, HOLY CRAP that was awesome. It was Everything I had been waiting for. Um, while underwater I have lead tours for students, done some light salvage work, search patters, compasses, etc. I have done deeps dives and want to go deeper. I am advanced Nitrox certified and would like to continue with my Tech certifications. I have dove one wreck, the Hilma Hooker, and would like to keep diving wrecks. I have done more low-vis dives then normal vis, but still love diving those Texas mudholes!
    Certification History:
    Um, Naui Open water, Advanced, Master, AI, Rescue, Nitrox trained for mixes above and below 40%
    Certification Level:
    Instructor
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Years Certified:
    Three Years
    Dive Equipment:
    BC, Reg set, computer, mask, fins, boots, old shorty, everythign but a tank.
    Rebreather Experience:
    Um...I'm a student at a local college, and I am studying Biology. I Love diving, and am interested in going on to grad school to study Marine Biology. I also am a huge dork, and love Sci-Fi, reading, and playing racketball (sp?) Hanging out in general is the coolest.

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    Too many divers focus on taking care of the equipment they buy rather than the equipment they are. We must remember that the most important piece of gear a diver owns is his mind.