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TheHuth
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May 10, 1978 (Age: 41)
Location:
Long Beach, CA

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TheHuth

Barracuda, Male, 41, from Long Beach, CA

TheHuth was last seen:
Jun 19, 2019
    1. Blacktip Scuba
      Blacktip Scuba
      Hi Huth, I'm getting ready to list my Eon Steel for sale, and I noticed you may be looking for one? Mine is less than a year old, and has less than a hundred dives on it. Mostly used in the pool (I'm an instructor.) If you're interested, I can send you pictures. Includes the transmitter, black rubber bezel guard, and usb/charging cable. Cheers!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 10, 1978 (Age: 41)
    Location:
    Long Beach, CA
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Certification Level:
    Rescue Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Two Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Aqualung Legend, Dive Rite BP/W, Atomic Aquatics Split Fins mask and Snorkel, Eon Steel, LP Steel 72 tanks, and various knick knacks.
    I'm a network engineer who specializes in Voice over IP. I started working with Computers at 12 years old, and eventually turned that in to a career. Even though I'm only 39 as of this writing (Sept 2017), I already have 20 years of experience, and am very well known within my industry. My work is very consuming, so my free time is limited. I've always enjoyed hobbies that cater to small groups of people who don't follow societal norms. Currently I spend my free time Mountain Bike riding, and Scuba diving. In the past I have flown airplanes (I have my private pilots license), hang gliding, snowboarding, motorcycles on street and dirt, stand up jet skis, water skiing, classic car building, radio control planes and helicopters, and much more. If you name it, I've probably done it. I never quit, and that is what has propelled me to be successful in life.

    For diving I will likely eventually pursue an instructor certification. Its not an aspiration to earn a profit, but maybe something to do when I retire from computers.
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