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Last known coordinates: Western Hemisphere
Jack of many trades, chained to the world of IT.

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    Last known coordinates: Western Hemisphere
    Jack of many trades, chained to the world of IT.
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Bulk has been off my own boats in the Gulf of Mexico (oil platforms usually) 35-70 miles off the Louisiana coast, love spearfishing and photo/video. Several Flower Gardens, Stetson Bank visits, Many dives on the FL panhandle and a few springs. Some light commercial work (shallow, zero vis site sweeps to locate obstructions and remove pipes). San Diego beach dives, several of the usual carribean stops (Bonaire is my favorite), Florida caves (Mill Pond, Wes Skiles/Peacock Park, Little River, Ginnie). Catalina Island Kelp last February (will definitely go back), various inland lakes and a couple of cool sites on the other side of the No Trespassing signs (back in college of course).
    Certification History:
    Padi Jr Open Water in 1981. Padi advanced rescue. Full cave. Cave DPV. IANTD Technical Cave. TDI Advanced trimix. IANTD gas blender.
    Certification Level:
    Advanced Weight Belt Forgetter
    # of Logged Dives:
    I just don't log dives
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Mostly old, but still works. Two 3cuft SpareAirs rigged as doubles with isolation corkscrew and independent beer keg taps. 50' octopus hose on spring loaded reel from Harbor Freight Tools side slung via redundant suicide clips, full denim 1 piece cover-alls, cotton gloves (the good ones with the black dots), Converse Hi-tops, dual tank bangers one neon yellow and one neon green (want to upgrade to the new tek type electronic ones that sound like a haunted house, maybe two for stereo effect as budget allows). Two flooded Nikonos Vs, AB Biller 48 speargun with riding rig (shows signs of heavy use), big bowie style knife just in case it gets serious.
    I'm simple really. I just like being underwater as often as possible.