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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Nov 19 09:03 PM

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Clodfobble  Sunday Nov 20 08:39 AM

Cave diving is terrifying to me. I'm not particularly afraid of drowning*, and I'm not claustrophobic, but somehow combine the two and I'm sweating here just thinking about it.

*Hmm, maybe I take that back. I'm afraid enough of being trapped in my car after driving off a bridge that I have a special "break the window glass" tool on my keychain. Still, that's kind of like another version of cave diving, being trapped inside. I've been a swimmer since I was very little, no fear of the water in general.

captainhook455  Sunday Nov 20 10:18 AM

I was born in Florida and as a youngster frequently swam at Mud Springs. Many divers went into the springs some didn't come out. Being lost in an underwater cave with a limited amount of oxygen is not a good way to die.


glatt  Sunday Nov 20 12:35 PM

Cave diving is riskier than it is rewarding. Nope.

Diving is dangerous enough when there is open air straight above you with no obstructions in the way.

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