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A very bad week in Florida

Discussion in 'Cave Diving' started by Bruciebabe, Mar 29, 2007.

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  1. noobascooba

    noobascooba Nassau Grouper

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    I am not a mudslinger by nature, but I just had to say- if you want a laugh look at scubabrucie's own forum... I may be way of the mark here, but shouldn't a forum have more than one person posting?

    I know the fact that I looked says a lot about my own level of pathetic-ness, and that no one has commented on my blog for months so I am also filling up the www with pointless manure, but c'mon.... a forum of one?

    Isn't that the title of a Smiths album?
     
  2. Dan Gibson

    Dan Gibson Divemaster

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    Does he answer his own posts?

     
  3. eandiver

    eandiver Solo Diver

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    Can't we just let this thread die?

    I think it would be like a mercy killing.............
     
  4. noobascooba

    noobascooba Nassau Grouper

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    :rofl3::rofl3::rofl3:
    not as far as I can tell... but I stopped looking quite quickly.. I could feel my cells dieing
     
  5. noobascooba

    noobascooba Nassau Grouper

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    agreed.. I for one am taking my ball home.
     
  6. Vtdiver2

    Vtdiver2 Solo Diver

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    I have one last question, and then I'm grabbing my bat and ball and going home.
    Does the mudslinging in the original poat, even if it's via a link, violate the TOS of this board? His insinuations and accusations are rather serious, even slanderous, and the instructor in question was called out by name. I know if those accusations were headed my way in a public forum, I wouldn't be happy and would be considering legal action.
    It seems that fortunately, due to the level of expertise of many of the SBer's here, it's easy to see thru the BS and see the original post for what it is.
    Personally, if this thread doesn't violate the TOS, and the writer of the original post isn't sent packing, I'll be figuring out how to use the ignore feature.
    C-Dawg
     
  7. Doubles

    Doubles Instructor, Scuba

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    I have read a lot of the posts, but not all so I cant' say if any mods have read the thread. If they haven't then one of us would need to click that "report" button to engage someone to see if the TOS has been violated and take the appropriate action

    edit - i went ahead and hit the report button just to have it reviewed

    -s
     
  8. Doubles

    Doubles Instructor, Scuba

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    For those who are still reading this and

    a - haven't made an opinion yet
    b - are having too much fun and can't stay away
    c - can't sleep and need something to pass the time
    d - have a sinus infection and can't dive

    then

    just google the phrase "scubabrucie" and enjoy that read outside of sb for a while

    -s
     
  9. Jeff Toorish

    Jeff Toorish Instructor, Scuba

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    Amen, Brother!
     
  10. Dive-aholic

    Dive-aholic Dive Shop

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    Not necessarily. I'm not GUE, but I am cave and I still see my instructor almost every trip I make to N. Florida.

    I did my full cave with someone close to that age. He's not trimix, but has been considering that too. Besides, there are lots of caves that won't even require any deco, especially in Mexico. Considering the type of diving you do in the PNW, the conditions you'll find in cave diving will be much better.
     
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