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Spin the Shark

'SPIN THE SHARK' CONTEST!

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The dive industry desperately needs your help. Confronted by the overwhelming success of the low-budget, B-movie Open Water about divers left behind to die, PADI and DEMA are fighting back.

BUT THEY'VE GOT IT ALL WRONG.  You can't win hearts and minds citing negative and depressing statistics about deaths caused by bees, wasps, snakes, lightning and cars.  42,815 people died on America's highways so it's OK to go scuba diving?  NO! There's a better way. 

Dive in to Scuba Forum's 'Spin the Shark' contest and help the folks at PADI and DEMA spin the low-budget, B-movie Open Water so the general public gets the right buzz about sharks, dive safety and scuba diving in general.

Lamar Bennington
Industry News Editor
CDNN

    CDNN 'SPIN THE SHARK' CONTEST PRIZES

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    Deep Blue Sea Inn
    Sunrise in Puerto Galera from the Deep Blue Sea Inn

    FIRST PRIZE: Seven nights accommodation with breakfasts for two guests at the charming Deep Blue Sea Inn plus 24 spectacular, high-voltage boat-based drift dives and shark dives (12 for each diver) with Action Divers, Puerto Galera's leading full-service PADI dive center. Team Action will greet you with a "Welcome to Puerto Galera" cocktail, Action Divers cap and the legendary "Get Into Action" T-shirt.

    10 SECOND PRIZES: Two tickets for the movie Open Water or another movie of your choice.

    25 THIRD PRIZES: JAWS - The Editor's Cut DVD (made in Hong Kong--quality may vary)

      CDNN 'SPIN THE SHARK' CONTEST DETAILS

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      CONTEST OBJECTIVE: To improve dive industry spin about sharks, diver safety and scuba diving in general.

      CONTEST FORMAT: The contest utilizes the same Q & A format of the PADI letter.  There is one question only; submitted answers will be posted daily on this page.

      CONTEST RULES: Contestants may submit multiple entries under one name only and are eligible to win more than one prize.

      CONTEST DEADLINE: November 1, 2004. Winners will be announced on November 15, 2004 November 25, 2004 right here.

      CONTEST FEE: None.

        CDNN 'SPIN THE SHARK' CONTEST WINNERS!

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        Well it wasn't easy! Blame it on the abundance of industrial-strength shark spin that flooded Scuba Forum during the month of October. Blame it on back-to-back typhoons that slammed into Puerto Galera. Blame it on the 10-day extension that nearly brought our international team of Shark Spin contest judges to blows over the 36 prize winners.  Blame it on planetary misalignment.

        Granted: Heated discussion raged over the Second Prize and Third Prize winners with nearly 500 entries in contention for 35 prizes.  But while over a dozen entries made the short list for Grand Prize, the decision was unanimous to award Gerry Gibberer's clever twist that transformed PADI/DEMA's crude and depressing PR flop - 'the bees will kill you before the sharks do' - into Grand Prize winning buzz that defanged the sharks and took the sting right out of the bees in only 10 words, including the feel-good and simply elegant 'all right'.

        So to Mr. Gibberer, Elvis, the 35 other contest winners and everyone who made this contest such a huge success (3,250,000+ page views), "It's all right mama, you're out there, and we enthusiastically celebrate your ridiculous spin."

        Lamar Bennington
        Industry News Editor
        CDNN

        Q. "But aren't there dangerous sharks out there?"

        Grand Prize Winner:

        "They're out there, all right, but they only eat bees." by Gerry Gibberer

        (Mr. Gerry Gibberer and his companion have won seven nights accommodation with breakfasts for two guests at the charming Deep Blue Sea Inn plus 24 spectacular, high-voltage boat-based drift dives and shark dives (12 for each diver) with Action Divers, Puerto Galera's leading full-service PADI dive center.)

        Second Prize Winners:

        1. "Better be, I've had it with the jacks and clownfish." by Annie D
        2. "Define 'out there'." by PADI Legal Affairs Department
        3. "Don't worry unless you see me do this hand signal, which means 'a shark just bit your leg off'." by Warren D
        4. "Sure, but they only eat divers we forget to bring back." by Nathan
        5. "Only when we play the JAWS soundtrack underwater--they hate it." by Leon
        6. "No, the crocodiles ate them all." by John B
        7. "Not anymore, not since the bees scared them all away." by michelle w
        8. "Nobody cared until DEMA and PADI panicked about a stupid shark movie. Their idiotic press releases linking scuba diving and car accidents damn near put us out of business." by SOS
        9. "Only the PADI-fed sharks. The unfed sharks will ignore you." by aware
        10. "I'm afraid the dive has been canceled.  Our boat captain died in a car accident this morning after being hit by lightning, stung by bees and bitten by snakes." by unAlaska

        (The 10 Second Prize winners listed above have won two free tickets to the movie Open Water or another movie of their choice.)

        Third Prize Winners:

        1. "I repeat: You descend first." by primenumber
        2. "You know you're in trouble when the dive boat captain calls you 'chum'." by Jim Barnett
        3. "Depends on the currents--the only way we know for sure is when we find the bloody pieces of another dead diver torn limb from limb." by scuba bobby
        4. "Yes, but that's only because they saw Open Water." by Erich Ritter's mangled leg
        5. "Maybe, but the reason I'm missing an arm and a leg is because I just renewed my PADI membership and paid for my insurance." by hawg-tied
        6. "No, DEMA bought the sharks and now you can ride them at a Florida amusement park for only $149, which includes a PADI Project Aware Shark Rodeo patch." by nakedcowgirl
        7. "Sharks????  It's the damn jellyfish you have to worry about!" by Texasdiver2
        8. "No, they mysteriously disappeared about the same time the Chinese divers left." by Maowow
        9. "Yes, but thanks to Cyber Diver's Spin the Shark contest, we know the sharks are not nearly as dangerous as DEMA and PADI want us to believe." by Molly G
        10. "Mmmmm, diving....a vacation from being at the top of the food chain." by scubaddict
        11. "Yes there are! They're swimming right next to the un-dangerous ones!" by seaweed
        12. "Oh, don't worry.  The buddy system will protect you." by chainmail condom
        13. "Right. If you'll follow me, I'll show you to the shuffleboard area." by mariamaria
        14. "Yes now if a shark grabs you down there, do an emergency ascent and pull it up to the surface so the bees can kill it before it kills you." by diver
        15. "Only when people do stupid things like feed them." by donna pearson
        16. "Dangerous? Take a look in the mirror." by Patricia Yates
        17. "Hey, look what shark feeding did to my hands. Now do you understand why I have trouble with headcounts?" by Ross
        18. "No, the Chinese killed all the sharks, the Japs killed all the dolphins and whales and the Russian trawlers got what was left.  How about diving our artificial reef?" by ScubaDoc
        19. "Endangered, not dangerous--same genre but a different antagonist." by alienmicrobe
        20. "I'll tell you one more time wacko: NO BANGSTICKS--PERIOD." by Luis in Baha
        21. "No genius, I'm missing one of my arms because I got hit by lightning." by DIRong
        22. "You drove here in a gas-guzzling SUV, your new coral-busting fins are four feet long and you've got a spear gun in your hand: Tell me about dangerous." by dive slut
        23. "Yes, and this is called a dive boat.  Your boat is the cute one over there with the little glass windows in the bottom." by Captain J
        24. "Only if you can't blow a few bubbles to scare them off!" by circusoflife
        25. "Ignore the sharks, they're auditioning for the next B movie action pic." by jMack

        Q. "But aren't there dangerous sharks out there?"

        ALL CONTEST ENTRIES

        • 04-11-01 "Not anymore, the alligators ate them all." by Captain John in Florida
        • 04-11-01 "No, the Japs killed them all.  More sushi?" by MD
        • 04-11-01 "Sure, and that's just one reason scuba diving is an extremely dangerous sport." by Michael Katz
        • 04-11-01 "There are sharks everywhere, least there I can see them coming." by Adam
        • 04-11-01 "Quick, play dead and maybe it will go away!" Reefseal
        • 04-11-01 "That's right and humans are nothing but shark food underwater." by Opinwada
        • 04-11-01 "You know you're in trouble when the dive boat captain calls you 'chum'." by Jim Barnett
        • 04-11-01 "Only the PADI-fed sharks.  The unfed sharks will ignore you." by aware
        • 04-11-01 "Now you know why divers pee in their wetsuits." by Marilyn Manning
        • 04-11-01 "You signed a waiver, didn't you? You grandchildren's grandchildren will be getting your Rodale's spam -- something to remember you by!" by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-11-01 "Yes, and the most important thing you'll learn in your PADI Shark Awareness course is how much money you lose and we win for shark diving thrills." by $hark$ for $ale
        • 04-11-01 "Sure, but on average, UK scuba divers die at the age of 29 (half the global average) so you're already living on borrowed time ya old limey geezer." by pub-twit
        • 04-11-01 "Most certainly, card sharks, pool sharks, loan sharks!!" by hook
        • 04-11-01 "In order - lawyers, insurance agents, boyband agents, sharks - does that answer your question?" by wickedinnit
        • 04-11-01 "Sharks r playful, TRIGGERFISH r the true killers. Sadly, many of these trigger-attacks go unreported." by rigdiver75
        • 04-10-31 "Thats right, diving in the ocean is like being back in the food chain." by Nikeninja
        • 04-10-31 "It's easy to die especially when you're scuba diving." by padiprobait
        • 04-10-31 "OK, but you've got your DAN insurance--that should cover your funeral." by EBW
        • 04-10-31 "That's why we put you in this little cage." by Ducky in South Africa
        • 04-10-31 "Dangerous? Let me smoke another joint while I think about it." by aussie pothead
        • 04-10-31 "No problem, they always attack really young babes. Older women like you in their late 20s and early 30s have nothing to worry about." by PADI Safe Sex Instructor
        • 04-10-31 "OK, OK, but you don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the dive boat crew would have to mess up the head count and that only happens once or twice a month." by Babs
        • 04-10-31 "Sharks, lightning or snakes? Make my day dive punk!" by Scuba Bobby
        • 04-10-31 "Sure, and the National Geographic specialty course video of you feeding the dangerous sharks will only set you back another $99!" by hellbelly
        • 04-10-31 "Yes, but that's only because they saw Open Water." by Erich Ritter's mangled leg
        • 04-10-31 "No, not here in Belize.  But the phantom tornados can be quite deadly." by Scott Miller
        • 04-10-31 "Hey, you're a scuba diver now. Getting attacked by a shark is part of the fun." by RT
        • 04-10-31 "Don't worry unless you see me do this hand signal, which means 'a shark just bit your leg off'." by Warren D
        • 04-10-31 "Correct, but they only attack imbeciles like Erich Ritter who try to talk to them." by RT
        • 04-10-31 "That's right, and the shock is even worse than the bite." by manny
        • 04-10-31 "Hey, sh*t happens. Now let's go diving." by shane
        • 04-10-31 "The whole shark attack thing is a myth perpetrated by swinmming pool manufacturers to scare you out of the ocean and into their pools. Now jump in!" by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-31 "No big deal--scuba divers die all the time." by silky
        • 04-10-30 "Only where we go scuba diving." by silky
        • 04-10-30 "Right, but you're much more likely to be killed by a PADI divemaster." by sharkscientist
        • 04-10-30 "Sure, but they only eat bad people." by sharkscientist
        • 04-10-30 "All sharks know 'people are friends, not food.'" by SaraSea
        • 04-10-30 "That's why you're scheduled for the first dive and we're on the second." by tim b
        • 04-10-30 "It could be worse...we could be diving in Iraq or Afganistan." by jerryjunker
        • 04-10-30 "OK, on the next dive, we'll pretend WE are the sharks, and the sharks are the scuba divers.  Stand by for casualties." by sputnik44
        • 04-10-29 "The sharks are cool mate--but watch out for the Aussie pothead divemasters who can't count." by blundercurrent
        • 04-10-29 "Respect nature? Sign this--I love killer sharks, not PADI-fed circus sharks." by MiniP
        • 04-10-29 "Oh, is it the teeth? That's just their pretty smile." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Hey, you're breathing air underwater and you're worried about sharks?" by paws
        • 04-10-29 "OK, but you're much safer swimming with the sharks than scuba diving." by paws
        • 04-10-29 "There just aren't enough shark dentists to go around!" by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Yes, but remember Open Water?  The sharks were the good guys who got rid of the bad guy divers who were extremely annoying box office negatives." by filmcritic
        • 04-10-29 "BALONEY--That's what we feed them and they love us for it." by Stupid Cove
        • 04-10-29 "Sharks are just looking for a good underwater dentist to fix their crooked teeth." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Yes but you are a National Geographic certified diver--even if you can't control your buoyancy and damage the corals, at least you can read." by chubbygirls
        • 04-10-29 "I'm afraid the dive trip is canceled.  All the divers died in a lightning storm." by BO
        • 04-10-29 "There just aren't enough shark dentists to go around!" by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Menacing they may look, rare that they bite. - Yoda" by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "OK, but wouldn't you give you're right arm for fame and fortune." by macy
        • 04-10-29 "Sharks are friendlier than your pet cat with sharp claws." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Compared to high-risk, extreme sports like scuba diving, sharks are safe." by fatima
        • 04-10-29 "Now, now, now...let's not get carried away (in a body bag)." by fatima
        • 04-10-29 "Sharks are like cats, they just want to rub up against you." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Sharks are maneaters--that's why we love them." by the natural plan
        • 04-10-29 "Sharks are just starving for your attention, just like your pets." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-29 "Yes, but watch out for those underwater bees." by bellyup
        • 04-10-29 "Only if you can't blow a few bubbles to scare them off!" by circusoflife
        • 04-10-28 "Not anymore. Peter Hughes and his staff left yesterday." by Ben D
        • 04-10-28 "That's right thrill seeking dive consumer. And if you are as stupid as you look, you'll buy the PADI National Geographic Passport to Adventure DVD." by slomo99
        • 04-10-28 "Sure, but your contemporary snorkel will protect you." by Ben D
        • 04-10-28 "Maybe, but the reason I'm missing an arm and a leg is because I just renewed my PADI membership and paid for my insurance." by hawg-tied
        • 04-10-28 "Again, the dive plan is for you to swim out there, descend and swim back underwater.  Your PADI divemaster will monitor your safety from here on the boat." by hawg-tied
        • 04-10-28 "Yup. The fish should be more careful." by skullking
        • 04-10-28 "No, DEMA bought the sharks and now you can ride them at a Florida amusement park for only $149, which includes a PADI Project Aware Shark Rodeo patch." by nakedcowgirl
        • 04-10-28 "Nope. The attorneys ate them." by skullking
        • 04-10-28 "The best way to avoid death by sharks is to hold your breath and ascend very quickly." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-28 "The most dangerous sharks exist in our imagination." by SaraSea
        • 04-10-28 "Sharks: Man's New Best Friends!" by SaraSea
        • 04-10-27 "Compared to PADI scuba divers, sharks are a walk in the park." by h2okay
        • 04-10-27 "Scuba diving is extremely dangerous--sharks only slightly so." by h2okay
        • 04-10-27 "I dunno...but I think we're gonna need a bigger boat." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-27 "Didn't you hear? Ever since filming "Open Water", they've all moved to L.A., are looking for work as actors and in the meantime, are working as waiters." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-27 "No, most scuba divers kill themselves before the sharks have time to get them." by PA
        • 04-10-27 "Sharks???? It's the damn jellyfish you have to worry about!" by Texasdiver2
        • 04-10-27 "Don't worry about it...word in the sea's is they have W.M.D. so we know G.W. will take care of all that." by sharkbait72
        • 04-10-27 "We sure hope they're out there. We're filming the sequel to Open Water today. You're the star." by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-27 "The ocean contains both beauties and beasts, your experience will always be determined by your dedication to safety, to the preservation of the environment and local ecology, and a by displaying a deep and profound respect for all the living creatures you observe while being a part of the wonderful experience that is scuba diving." by Paul
        • 04-10-27 "Well I saw Open Water and I screamed so loud that people started laughing in the cinema." by Nicole Kidman
        • 04-10-27 "Yes, but I want to go diving with the great white sharks. I love sharks and I love the water. I'm very afraid but that's kind of it." by Nicole Kidman
        • 04-10-26 "Yes, and they breathe water and we don't.  Does that tell you something about why they are top of the ocean food chain and we are not?" by rippleffect
        • 04-10-26 "Yeah, but with the dodgy quality of our hire gear, sharks are the least of your worries." by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-26 "That's why we have the buddy system: your chances of being attacked are cut in half!" by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-26 "Sure, but the PADI Rescue course will teach you how to get back to the boat with only one leg." by Carla F
        • 04-10-26 "Yea, but your buzzcut and tough guy stickers will scare them away." by KingFish
        • 04-10-26 "No, but you'll find them all on the menu at the Chinese restaurant." by Rene W
        • 04-10-26 "YES! PADI 'Pay Alot Die Inevitably'." by Blair
        • 04-10-25 "Not anymore. After I got certified as a PADI Project Aware Shark Feeder, I rounded them up and sold them all to the Hong Kong mafia." by Max E. Mizin-Profits
        • 04-10-25 "No, they all died after they ate Jean-Michel Cousteau." by condos in heaven
        • 04-10-25 "It's all an act--didn't you see Open Water?" by Sweet Sheena
        • 04-10-25 "No, they are striking for higher quality chumsickles." by Stupid Cove in the Bahamas
        • 04-10-25 "Sorry, they are extinct now thanks to yank-tank gas guzzlers." by eurothink
        • 04-10-25 "Out where? Can't you be more precise?" by Hong Kong Shark Finner
        • 04-10-25 "Sharks...second most deadly creature...right behind humans." by sarasea
        • 04-10-25 "I'm sorry your honor, I forget.  Next question?" by Captain Chumsickle
        • 04-10-24 "Why, are you allergic?" by scubaddict
        • 04-10-24 "Heck no. They purr like kittens when you rub their tummies." by bananafana
        • 04-10-24 "Yes, but that's why I'll sell you the shark repellant here...for $49.95." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-24 "Yes, but you'll be safe if you buy this $299 PADI Shark Feeder patch." by Son of Will
        • 04-10-24 "No, the pamphlet is new but the shark photos are 30 years old. We haven't encountered any marine life in the Florida Keys since the mid-70s." by bill the man-eating queer
        • 04-10-24 "Only on the other side of the bay at the cinema center." by vicky
        • 04-10-24 "Hey, you're in the Florida Keys baby--the sewage polluted water will kill you long before the sharks do." by bill the man-eating queer
        • 04-10-24 "Sure, but our affordably-priced PADI Project Aware shark feeding show will educate you about how much money we can make exploiting them as circus performers." by Son of Will
        • 04-10-24 "Yes, but thanks to Cyber Diver's Spin the Shark contest, we know the sharks are not nearly as dangerous as DEMA and PADI want us to believe." by Molly G
        • 04-10-24 "C'mon, with names like "angel", "cookie cutter" and "gummy"....how dangerous could they be?" by scubaddict
        • 04-10-24 "Yes, but we weren't discussing the stock market right now, please keep to the topic at hand." by nyjimbo123
        • 04-10-24 "Yes, that's why I'm here at Cyber Diver's Spin the Shark contest and not out there!" by Molly G
        • 04-10-24 "No worries...a shark attack is always preceded by the music from Jaws!" by scubaddict
        • 04-10-24 "You mean the ones that bite your head off?" by Randy Fry
        • 04-10-24 "Mmmmm, diving....a vacation from being at the top of the food chain." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-24 "OK, you're right.  Hey everybody, there are dangerous sharks out there.  We've doubled the number of dives scheduled for today." by Whiney and Rosies
        • 04-10-24 "OK, you're right.  Hey everybody, there are dangerous sharks out there.  I'm afraid we'll have to cancel the dive trip." by Whiney and Rosies
        • 04-10-23 "Yes, but the risk is substantially less if you wear protection and practice safe sex." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-23 "You want dangerous punk? What's your room number?" by BuzzCutBitch
        • 04-10-23 "Even if they chomp your fat butt off, you'll still be 100 pounds overweight!" by rodney
        • 04-10-23 "Not to worry, according to Project Aware, your death will help educate people why we need to sell more PADI shark feeder patches!!!" by killerB
        • 04-10-23 "C'mon, the worst thing that can happen (cue laugh track) is that you die (cue thunderous applause)." by meredith
        • 04-10-23 "Hey, whaddya want--Shark Week and that Ritter idiot? This is the real thing!" by PJ
        • 04-10-23 "OK, OK, but according to DEMA, the annual fatality rate from Viagra is twice that of shark attack." by stiff upper lip
        • 04-10-23 "Right! Don't miss the boat on the way back mate." by aussie pothead
        • 04-10-22 "Not since the Hong Kong scuba diving club was here." by Jackie Chan
        • 04-10-22 "Yes, but thanks to our reasonably priced Project Aware interactive educational shark feeding course, the shark finners found them and killed them all." by Mrs. Ethel Tubbs
        • 04-10-22 "Well yes, but they taste like chicken." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-22 "Sure, but they usually target the big fat obnoxious DIR guy who can't control his buoyancy and breathes his doubles dry in less than 10 minutes." by first-up-first-eaten
        • 04-10-22 "Peter Benchley, author of "Jaws", says it best: "The most common and off-base misperception is the theory that sharks target humans, that they are man-eaters. Nothing could be further from the truth." amen." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-22 "Yes, that's why when you first got here you were diving with 10 divers but now you're all alone." by wildcat
        • 04-10-22 "Just remember, you don't have to swim faster than the shark, you just have to swim faster than your dive buddy." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-22 "Sure! Harassing the female of any species can produce some very dangerous results. Especially with maneaters!" by Lure'm In
        • 04-10-22 "Yes, but only the ones in the water." by scubaddict
        • 04-10-21 "Yes, but this boat is equipped with the DAN O-2 Sharkbite Recovery kit.  You just breathe 100% pure oxygen for 20 minutes, and your leg will grow back." by Mia
        • 04-10-21 "Sure, but your DIR backplate and double tanks will scare them away." by Jerry T
        • 04-10-21 "Yes...it's true there may be some trial lawyers diving out there, but they generally don't bite." by devo
        • 04-10-21 "Awesome. Let's get our scuba equipment and go find out." by parker
        • 04-10-20 "Yes, that's why we strictly forbid Florida cave divers and other wimps." by eBubba
        • 04-10-20 "Yes, but we don't harass and DEMAnize sharks with Project Aware circus trainers." by killerB
        • 04-10-20 "Yes, and you're on the menu as the Daily Special." by Janice J
        • 04-10-20 "Yep, we don't dolphinize our sharks...we respect nature's original design." by killerB
        • 04-10-20 "Nope, they are more afraid of you than you are of them." by Testing the Waters
        • 04-10-20 "Only when your lungs explode and you start coughing up blood." by M. Bolism
        • 04-10-19 "No, (cue JAWS soundtrack) they're right here under the boat...hungry...waiting...for you." by meredith
        • 04-10-19 "Don't worry dude.  Our divemaster did the DAN defibrillator course." by hijinx
        • 04-10-19 "No, they're cute and cuddly...didn't you see Erich Ritter on Shark Geek?" by tammy
        • 04-10-19 "Yes there are! They're swimming right next to the un-dangerous ones!" by seaweed
        • 04-10-19 "Depends what your definition of "dangerous" is. Actually I think the "PADI/DEMA Landsharks" are more dangerous" by bubbleblowingnurse
        • 04-10-19 "Yeah sure...but they'll leave you alone if you show them your PADI PIC card" by Jimmy B
        • 04-10-18 "Only if you pretend you're a shark scientist." by Erich 'Pegleg' Ritter
        • 04-10-18 "Yes, but nothing else...that's why we only do shark feeding dives." by rubberduck
        • 04-10-18 "That's right and we sell PADI Shark Diver C-cards and patches for only $200." by B-1
        • 04-10-18 "Only if you look like a seal." by alanc
        • 04-10-17 "I guess so but the sharks normally don't eat divers unless they get run over by a boat first and that only happens once or twice a month." by originalsinc
        • 04-10-17 "Sure there are...but there are more dangerous sharks in Washington and corporate America." by Kona Charlie
        • 04-10-17 "Absolutely but considering how you pickled yourself in the tequila last night, I don't think they'll mess with you." by Jose in Coz
        • 04-10-17 "Yep, great whites. That's why we put you in that little chicken wire cage." by JoyceJ
        • 04-10-17 "Well of course.  We don't dumb down sharks like PADI and DEMA." by Herb Collins
        • 04-10-17 "Yes, but I'd rather take my chances with the sharks than stay up here where the killer bees are sure to get me." by ScreaminSally
        • 04-10-17 "Only if you pee in your wetsuit." by scubaboy
        • 04-10-17 "Oh, don't worry. The buddy system will protect you." by chainmail condom
        • 04-10-16 "Sure, but you're much more likely to die stepping on a banana peal." by George Berg
        • 04-10-16 "Right, nature according to Steve the con-man Spielberg." by Robert L
        • 04-10-16 "Hey, are you writing a book? Just turn on your air and get in the water." by M-1
        • 04-10-16 "Correct...that's why you are paying us and we are not paying you." by Seth G
        • 04-10-16 "Oh really?" by Joshua B
        • 04-10-16 "Yes just like the ones in Shark Week and the other dumb TV shows you like.  Now will that be cash or credit card." by Graeme Miller
        • 04-10-15 "That's right fat ass.  Before you go diving with me, make sure you've got your affairs in order." by BuzzCutBitch
        • 04-10-15 "Not really.  Stuart Cove's ugly wife fired them for not jumping through hula hoops but we give them the wild animal respect they truly deserve." by snatchwrapper
        • 04-10-15 "Yes, but you're an eco diver so you're OK--they only eat Republicans." by Harlon P
        • 04-10-15 "Only when they want to rip your head off." by Randy Fry
        • 04-10-15 "(a frenchman) Zee are zscared of being zee big fish zfood? Zso zAmerican." by Melanienova
        • 04-10-15 "Don't worry about it, our sharks don't eat fat ugly DIR types." by steven fisher
        • 04-10-15 "Yes, but I assure you that in-laws are scarier." by Melanienova
        • 04-10-15 "So what, looks like you got one foot in the grave already." by mona c
        • 04-10-15 "Only until you realize that they swim away scared, after they see you blow a few bubbles." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-14 "Yes but the annual risk of death from diving on a Peter Hughes liveaboard is 30 times greater than from shark attack." by gunrunner
        • 04-10-14 "Well sure, but after the shark bites your leg off, you can call DAN's hotline for expert advice about offshore tax evasion scams." by scubadoc
        • 04-10-14 "Sure, but all the big ones only eat plankton." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-14 "It's OK, you've got your submersible iPod." by topsecret
        • 04-10-14 "Sharks like seals when their plump with fat blubber. They're just fitness gurus warning you to get in shape." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-14 "Right. If you'll follow me, I'll show you to the shuffleboard area." by mariamaria
        • 04-10-14 "If they haven't all been cooked into shark fin soup yet." by circusoflife
        • 04-10-14 "Yes but most of our guests die from food poisoning, malaria or random acts of violence." by junglejim
        • 04-10-14 "Yes now if a shark grabs you down there, do an emergency ascent and pull it up to the surface so the bees can kill it before it kills you." by diver
        • 04-10-14 "Sure, thats what we came for - didn't we?" by divingat
        • 04-10-14 "It's always feeding time SOMEWHERE!" by seaweed
        • 04-10-13 "Nope, they're all on land, here's your sign." by lovejoy
        • 04-10-13 "Dunno. Here's a mask and snorkel. You go find out." by rebop
        • 04-10-13 "Well there were sharks and turtles and dolphins and millions of fish but not anymore. Not since all the PADI resorts came in and destroyed the mangroves." Natalie Baker
        • 04-10-13 "Don't worry about the sharks.  Most divers die from the bends." Lawrence R
        • 04-10-13 "Hope so." by ian h
        • 04-10-12 "Yes sweetheart and that's why you and all the other guys are scheduled for pool aerobics while the girls go scuba diving." by scubabitch
        • 04-10-12 "No, not since we launched our kinder, gentler shark campaign.  Now they all chat amicably just like the sharks in Finding Nemo." by unclepete
        • 04-10-12 "Of course, that's why you'll be wearing the chumsickle helmet." by Darrel C
        • 04-10-12 "Well yes, but according to DEMA, they mostly kill surfers, swimmers, snorkelers, honeymooners and small children." by iced
        • 04-10-12 "Yes, those are the ones that run with scissors in their little fins." by needthis
        • 04-10-12 "Yes, but that's where we think the dive boat sank yesterday." by clonemaster
        • 04-10-12 "Dangerous? Not compared to the tap water and mosquitos." by jorge
        • 04-10-11 "Yes, but if you put your head in the shark's mouth, you can stop worrying." by fm2
        • 04-10-11 "Yea, but I'm tired of being in this cage.  It's boring and those great whites don't look that big to me." by Shannon Blake
        • 04-10-11 "Well that's what I thought until I wisely invested $495 to get certified as a PADI Shark Feeder. Now I understand that sharks should perform for our amusement." by Nathan
        • 04-10-11 "No, they mysteriously disappeared about the same time the Chinese divers left." by Maowow
        • 04-10-11 "OK, that's one way to describe them." by j-zone
        • 04-10-11 "You really ought to get out a bit more." by aki
        • 04-10-11 "Yes, that's why you're paying double for this dive." by WaterWorks
        • 04-10-11 "Yes, but they'll move inshore when we do the night dive off the pier." by outback
        • 04-10-11 "Dangerous? Only if you eat them." by michelle
        • 04-10-11 "Obviously, you're not a diver." by galen h
        • 04-10-10 "Hey, you were the one that wanted to go scuba diving." by g-spot
        • 04-10-10 "Yes, but they only eat kids." by snake
        • 04-10-10 "Not half as dangerous as the man-eaters in the pub you stumbled out of last night." by trevor h
        • 04-10-09 "Yes, and if we're lucky, they will resolve all of the problems we now attribute to you." by senor san luis gonzaga de los tres reyes valadez de uranga
        • 04-10-09 "Don't worry, your ugly, overpriced Rolex watch will protect you." by platinum digger
        • 04-10-09 "Hey, you're late for the ball game stud--see you later." by JayRap
        • 04-10-09 "You want to dumb down sharks to the lowest common denominator? Go rent a stupid Steven Spielberg movie.  You want to be inspired by nature--let's go shark diving!" by overtimely
        • 04-10-09 "Yes, of course, and you are about to enjoy the spectacle of observing them up-close au natural." by chum-dummie
        • 04-10-09 "Yes, that's why it's called a shark dive." by Caroline
        • 04-10-09 "Uncomfortable with real sharks?  Go to the Bahamas." by J Clark
        • 04-10-09 "If you're concerned about sharks, watch Open Water." by Danny M
        • 04-10-09 "Bloody Steven Spielberg!" by Lisa
        • 04-10-09 "Oh yes, we're just terrified--that's why we're going scuba diving out there." by Mel O
        • 04-10-09 "Steven Spielberg has a lot to answer for!" by Lisa
        • 04-10-08 "No, we don't feed them...they are still wild and naturally avoid humans." by WM
        • 04-10-08 "Yes, but few are fortunate enough to see them. However, beware of dangerous humans, they are everywhere." by depaus
        • 04-10-08 "Only when people do stupid things like feed them." by donna pearson
        • 04-10-08 "Yes, and if we're lucky, we'll see a few." by pierre dumas
        • 04-10-07 "Yes, so are killer whales and that's why everybody wants to protect them." by ecotrip
        • 04-10-07 "Everybody dies sooner or later.  If you're lucky, you'll still be among the living at the end of the dive." by pierre dumas
        • 04-10-07 "No, to the best of my knowledge, they have not been involved in any of the drive-by shootings here." by Art P
        • 04-10-07 "Somewhere, yes, and there are bears in the forest and people on the streets - guess which you are most likely to be attacked by without provokation?" by Grinch
        • 04-10-07 "Just stay cool.  My mistake was that I completely lost my head!" by Randy Fry
        • 04-10-07 "Sharks don't kill divers: WE DO!" by PADI 5-Star Gold Palm/DEMA Member
        • 04-10-07 "No problem...here in Australia it's the tiny jellyfishes that kill the divers." by Nigel T
        • 04-10-07 "That's why you're diving alone today." by El J-KO
        • 04-10-07 "No, according to DAN, the annual risk of death from poisonous gases in your scuba tank is 100 times greater than from shark attack." by gunrunner
        • 04-10-07 "Don't blame the sharks for human error...you're 90 percent more likely to die scuba diving with no sharks around." David C
        • 04-10-07 "Dangerous? Take a look in the mirror." by Patricia Yates
        • 04-10-06 "They are us and we are them. If they cannot survive, neither can we." by Winston Cornell
        • 04-10-06 "We've never lost any divers but we've lost many sharks." by Sarah Benton
        • 04-10-06 "Hey, look what shark feeding did to my hands.  Now do you understand why I have trouble with headcounts?" by Ross
        • 04-10-06 "Don't worry about the wild ones but be careful in the Bahamas, Tahiti and a few other places where they have not yet banned the PADI shark feeder dives." by Glenda
        • 04-10-06 "Yes, but we caught you shark finning.  Your punishment is to swim with the sharks for the rest of your life...figure a day or two--max." The Grand Executioner
        • 04-10-06 "Yes, and that's just one reason why we love them, respect them and want to protect them." by Cynthia
        • 04-10-06 "We, the shark-fin eating creature, are more dangerous than them." by Rache
        • 04-10-06 "Yes, but most of our customers die from malaria, not shark attacks." by bangstick
        • 04-10-06 "No, the Chinese killed all the sharks, the Japs killed all the dolphins and whales and the Russian trawlers got what was left. How about diving our artificial reef?" by ScubaDoc
        • 04-10-06 "No, our problem is too many divers. Sharks help us cull the diver population." by JJ
        • 04-10-06 "No, Thanks to our DEMA shark feeding program, the sharks are now much closer to the resort.  See where the surfers and kids are playing in the water?" by DH
        • 04-10-06 "Hope so. Let's go find 'em." by SpinZone
        • 04-10-06 "I'm afraid the dive has been canceled. Our boat captain died in a car accident this morning after being hit by lightning, stung by bees and bitten by snakes." by unAlaska
        • 04-10-06 "Tell you what--you stay here in the boat and get seasick while the rest of us enjoy scuba diving with the 'dangerous sharks'." by Karl K
        • 04-10-06 "Correct. But our PADI Shark Diver course - 10% off today only - will enable you to scuba dive without being ripped to pieces by deadly sharks." by Nathan
        • 04-10-06 "Yes, now what?" by BilltheDiver
        • 04-10-05 "Yes, we always do PADI Discover Scuba with sharks." by Allan P
        • 04-10-05 "You'll be alright, they only eat phony quacks like Erich Ritter." by montezuma
        • 04-10-05 "Yes, but the number of sharks killed by people is a 1,000 times greater than the number of people killed by sharks." by Tifosi
        • 04-10-05 "Yes, but they don't eat humans on purpose." by dorianr
        • 04-10-05 "Yes, but (checking PADI letter)...Open Water is not about sharks, it's about dive operator negligence." by Michael Goldman
        • 04-10-05 "It's OK, they only attack scuba divers and snorkelers." by Riley H
        • 04-10-05 "Not anymore--they were forced to be part of a Chinese wedding." by Tracy Stewart
        • 04-10-05 "Well there used to be....but now they are mainly a soup ingredient." by Depaus
        • 04-10-05 "OK, but the annual risk of death from an incompetent dive operator is 100 times greater than from shark attack." by RedEye
        • 04-10-05 "Yes, they call themselves The Queensland Dive Tourism Association." by RedEye
        • 04-10-05 "Only when we play the JAWS soundtrack underwater--they hate it." by Leon
        • 04-10-05 "No, but we've had problems with divers who fake their own deaths." by Coby A
        • 04-10-05 "Not really, but they can be a bit short-tempered when we forget to leave behind a couple of divers." by Maurice N
        • 04-10-05 "Nobody cared until DEMA and PADI panicked about a stupid shark movie. Their idiotic press releases linking scuba diving and car accidents damn near put us out of business." by SOS
        • 04-10-05 "Your metal tank acts like a lightning rod, so if they bite, they'll be electrocuted." by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-04 "Yes sir, that's why you are required to buy this big expensive knife to fight off frequent attacks by sharks, barracuda, swordfish, eels, seals and killer whales." by Jeremy H
        • 04-10-04 "Yes, see the human body parts floating on the surface? You'll find them there." by TP
        • 04-10-04 "Not since Stan Waterman and his tour group tagged them all to death." by Eric M
        • 04-10-04 "They're out there, all right, but they only eat bees." by Gerry Gibberer
        • 04-10-04 "Sure, but you're so ugly, even a shark wouldn't bite you." by airsucks
        • 04-10-04 "Good one!  Now let's go diving!" by HellBelly
        • 04-10-04 "Trust me, I'm the PADI divemaster, you're the PADI 'Scuba Diver'." by John B
        • 04-10-04 "course' not! We even have shark tagging activity here...they isolate them for some time in a huge salt water bin to mature, feed them with dead fish every morning then...if they feel like it is time for them to be set free in the wild, they tagged them and set them off to the open...and die afterwards." by vincypotskie
        • 04-10-04 "Endangered, not dangerous--same genre but a different antagonist." by alienmicrobe
        • 04-10-04 "Just a couple of great whites and they're mostly harmless." by Marion Davis
        • 04-10-04 "Look, if you refuse to sign the liability release because we don't offer rental chainmail suits, I'm going to have to ask you to get off the boat." by Rob
        • 04-10-04 "Better be, I've had it with the jacks and clownfish." by Annie D
        • 04-10-04 "Nah, no sharks here in the lake, just catfish large enough to swallow a small dog for dinner." by Imbodie
        • 04-10-04 "I'll tell you one more time wacko: NO BANGSTICKS--PERIOD." by Luis in Baha
        • 04-10-04 "Only when we dive with bad B-movie actors." by BuzzCutBitch
        • 04-10-04 "Relax--It's been over a month since we left divers behind." by diverX
        • 04-10-04 "Yes and unfortunately for you they always attack tourist divers." by diverX
        • 04-10-04 "No idea. In 1997 Boracay trip a great hammerhead shark kissed me in Yapak! I'm now hoping for a great white shark to give me a nice hug! Can you sponsor my trip to Cape Town?" by bluedolphin
        • 04-10-04 "Yes, like your buddy Same day same ocean." by deepsydiver
        • 04-10-04 "Only at our favorite dive sites." by narkEd
        • 04-10-03 "Yes, but you're not a GUE diver so it's OK--they only attack dumb DIR machos all dressed up to look just like real cave divers." by Gerald Phillips
        • 04-10-03 "Not since the Killer Whales came through!" by Steve B
        • 04-10-03 "Yeah, but I think my fins are faster than yours." by JT
        • 04-10-03 "I repeat: You descend first." by primenumber
        • 04-10-03 "Only when we go diving." by Paula M
        • 04-10-03 "No genuis, I'm missing one of my arms because I got hit by lightning." by DIRong
        • 04-10-03 "Yes, but you're not a PADI diver so it's OK--they only attack divers who cannot control their buoyancy." by Gerald Phillips
        • 04-10-03 "No, but there are bees out there so we had to cancel the dive trip." by Raoul Timmons
        • 04-10-03 "Yes." by Randy Fry
        • 04-10-03 "PADI strongly urges all divers to complete the new "left out in the ocean by an incompetent dive operator" course." by Martyboy
        • 04-10-03 "Maybe, but the most deadly animal out there wears neoprene." by dive slut
        • 04-10-03 "You drove here in a gas-guzzling SUV, your new coral-busting fins are four feet long and you've got a spear gun in your hand: Tell me about dangerous." by dive slut
        • 04-10-03 "Yes, and also watch out for sea snakes--they're even more dangerous." by Ted L
        • 04-10-03 "No.  By the way, your mask is on upside down." by President Bush
        • 04-10-03 "Not any more, that's all been taken care of." by dave670
        • 04-10-03 "What does it matter if scuba diving is under a threat of shark attacks, people will still do it, it is in our nature." by Matt
        • 04-10-03 "yes but we kill way more of them than they do of us, so whose the one that should be afraid?" by dave670
        • 04-10-02 "Only when they hear diver bubbles--that makes them hungry." by Dana B
        • 04-10-02 "Bite'em back!" by JT
        • 04-10-02 "No! There are sharks that are more or less prone to take a bite and whenever there is an attack it's basically due to mistaken identity." by JonnyB
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, and this is called a dive boat. Your boat is the cute one over there with the little glass windows in the bottom." by Captain J
        • 04-10-02 "No, after we banned shark feeding, they all moved to the Bahamas." by KeyWest
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, but we just noticed we forgot a couple of divers on the night dive last night so I don't think the sharks are hungry now." by Barry
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, that's why we're going scuba diving out there." by Sargeant Garcia
        • 04-10-02 "Not anymore, not since the Chinese shark finners got the GPS coordinates for the dive site where we were feeding sharks." by Miguel F
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, but as long as you sign our standard PADI 5-Star Gold Palm waiver release, we don't care if the sharks eat you." by Miguel F
        • 04-10-02 "No, they are still on strike over pay rates for extras in dumb shark movies." by BB
        • 04-10-02 "It's not a serious problem--we only lose one or two divers a week." by Jamie
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, duh." by foon
        • 04-10-02 "Sharks? don't worry they won't come into polluted water." by foon
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, but not at the charming Deep Blue Sea Inn!" by foon
        • 04-10-02 "Sorry, we don't deal in hypotheticals around here." by Sharky's Shark Feeders
        • 04-10-02 "Only if you look like a walrus in your wetsuit." by RuleBritannia
        • 04-10-02 "Define 'out there'." by PADI Legal Affairs Department
        • 04-10-02 "No, they all left to work in PADI's legal affairs department." by Ron Holton
        • 04-10-02 "Not like the ones that charged you the 150% mark up on your new dive gear, but hey, don't worry, these sharks don't have any overhead to cover!" by RuleBritannia
        • 04-10-02 "So what--nobody lives forever." by Roz
        • 04-10-02 "Yes, but only the ones that had their fins cut off for soup." by RuleBritannia
        • 04-10-01 "Don't worry--sharks out there only attack PADI 'Scuba Divers'." by G Williams
        • 04-10-01 "No...all the DANGEROUS sharks have been elected to Congress." by Ross M
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but the sharks are only half as dangerous as the PADI professionals you'll be diving with today." by The Atomic Chicken
        • 04-10-01 "Sharks! What Sharks??  Darn, and I only have one leg left to feed it with..." by jsdiver
        • 04-10-01 "Not anymore, not since the bees scared them all away." by michelle w
        • 04-10-01 "Depends on the currents--the only way we know for sure is when we find the bloody pieces of another dead diver torn limb from limb." by scuba bobby
        • 04-10-01 "Don't like dangerous sharks? Try bowling wimp!" by bill the man-eating queer
        • 04-10-01 "Sharks! What sharks?? I was too busy laying a trail of fish guts so I can find my way back to the boat" by jsdiver
        • 04-10-01 "Yes and at the surface, they'll hunt you down quicker if you use your safety sausage, dive whistle, mirror and waterproof flares." by dylan
        • 04-10-01 "It's OK, they'll rip your head off before you know what hit you." by Randy Fry
        • 04-10-01 "Afraid of sharks???? Stay out of the ocean!!!!" by scubascott78
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but only if they eat you first!" by jsdiver
        • 04-10-01 "There were but thanks to our DEMA interactive shark feeding program, they don't act like sharks anymore." by eco logic
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but that's why you carry your dive knife, so you can cut your partner then get the hell out of there!" by jsdiver
        • 04-10-01 "No problemo! Do the PADI Shark Diver specialty course and learn about bees, snakes, lightning and the hazards of driving a car." by Tom L
        • 04-10-01 "The sharks are not really a problem unless you fail to get back to the boat before we leave." by Brian J
        • 04-10-01 "PADI diver merit patches and C-Cards can hurt if dropped on your foot!" by diverkms
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but the way you dive, the bends will kill you before the sharks do." by Macy
        • 04-10-01 "Absolutely, and there's no extra charge if one bites you." by sharktooth
        • 04-10-01 "You're not listening, I told you--I lost my leg in a lightning storm." by Dan the DM
        • 04-10-01 "The food here will kill you before the sharks do." by Macy
        • 04-10-01 "We send the really mean ones to the Bahamas in hopes they will eat Stuart Cove and his wife." by technodiver
        • 04-10-01 "These sharks are well trained, provided nobody shouts 'ACTION', we'll be ok." by jMack
        • 04-10-01 "If you see one, stop, think and don't lose your head." by brandon
        • 04-10-01 "That's why we make you sign the liability waiver." by Wayne H
        • 04-10-01 "Don't worry, according to Erich Ritter if you slow your heart rate and tell them you like them, they will only eat one of your legs." by Kip
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, that's why it's called a shark feeding dive." by David Goldman
        • 04-10-01 "No, they all died from acute food poisoning a week after we launched the DEMA shark feeding program." by eco logic
        • 04-10-01 "Only during lightning storms." by David Goldman
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, that's how we keep the diver population under control." by dive resort manager
        • 04-10-01 "Only if YOU eat THEM." by jackie chan
        • 04-10-01 "Yeah, but it's okay.  This is a shark-feeding dive, uh, sort of." by Kerri
        • 04-10-01 "Do you want to live life or sit on the sofa." by Diver80
        • 04-10-01 "Well, sure, but how else do you expect to earn that PADI Dangerous Shark Diver certification?" by PADI Course Director
        • 04-10-01 "The divers portrayed in Open Water are alive and well living in New Zealand on the millions of dollars they split with their parents from their life insurance policy." by ScubaSteve
        • 04-10-01 "No!! Our sharks can't drive." by Andre
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but they're not hungry any more...we had the PADI executives out on the morning dive." by Ross M
        • 04-10-01 "They're also smart--they own this dive boat operation." by jules
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, that's why diver insurance is so damn expensive." by mambo
        • 04-10-01 "Yes but the dive has been canceled because a big snake ate our divemaster this morning." by Raoul Timmons
        • 04-10-01 "Does a diver pee in the water?" by cdennyb
        • 04-10-01 "(PADI answer) Yeeeah, but they don't know how to drive." by Scuba Food
        • 04-10-01 "No, only the hungry ones." by Scuba Food
        • 04-10-01 "If your truely worried about sharks find a Lawyer to dive with; sharks do have professional courtesy for there own kind." by ScubaSteve
        • 04-10-01 "All animals are dangerous when you mistreat them or get to close for comfort. (old saying: you play with the cat until the cat scrabs you!)" by pennyIns
        • 04-10-01 "We won't know until we go diving." by Theresa
        • 04-10-01 "I have not seen a shark as dangerous as most PADI instructors." by ScubaSteve
        • 04-10-01 "What's a Shark?" by JT
        • 04-10-01 "The only ones are: Human" by JP
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but you can dive with me.  I'm gonna do a little spearfishing and that'll scare them off...here, can you string the fish as I catch them?" GNP
        • 04-10-01 "Only the ones that watch dumb movies like Open Water." by Bob P
        • 04-10-01 "They're more afraid of you than you are of them." by Curtis F
        • 04-10-01 "Not anymore, Hollywood blew up the last one." by Butch
        • 04-10-01 "It's OK, they only attack divers with shiny DAN tags." by R Martin
        • 04-10-01 "Just reduce your heart rate--didn't you see Shark Week?" by TP
        • 04-10-01 "Yes Virginia, but we are going diving, not to DEMA." by Butch
        • 04-10-01 "Yes but our new 'drifting Dan' self rescue kit comes with shark repellant. Don't leave the boat without it!" by CoralCuts
        • 04-10-01 "Well, Yes, but if you look them in the eyes, they always turn the other direction. Didn't you read your PADI Open Water manual?" by Optimist
        • 04-10-01 "You wanna get laid Jim? Then you dive with me and the sharks." by Scuba Bitch
        • 04-10-01 "Surprise me--tell me you didn't see Open Water." by Tiffany
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but only the ones that work for boat captains." by Mike C
        • 04-10-01 "When there are scuba divers in the water--Yes." by Virginia Jarvis
        • 04-10-01 "Usually they spit out your leg so we can sew it back on." by Ron E
        • 04-10-01 "No, Erich Ritter is still under psychiatric care." by Aaron Phelps
        • 04-10-01 "Whaddya want Ace? A boring Club Med holiday?" by Benny P
        • 04-10-01 "Only for Yanks--they were trained by Osama Bin Laden." by Bill R
        • 04-10-01 "Hey--no problem: They only attack divers wearing PADI Shark Feeder patches." by Micky Z
        • 04-10-01 "Don't be arrogant--you don't need both arms." by Ryan James
        • 04-10-01 "Ignore the sharks, they're auditioning for the next B movie action pic." by jMack
        • 04-10-01 "Sure, but they only eat divers we forget to bring back." by Nathan
        • 04-10-01 "No, our sharks are cute like the ones in Finding Nemo." by Shelly
        • 04-10-01 "It's OK, they usually bite divers on the morning dive." by Cynthia
        • 04-10-01 "Only the ones that attack you." by E Blake
        • 04-10-01 "No, pollution and dynamite fishing killed them all." by M Morgan
        • 04-10-01 "Don't worry about sharks--you're 30 times more likely to die during a PADI Open Water course." by J Norwalk
        • 04-10-01 "Nope, they were all killed by lightning." by Jimmy McPherson
        • 04-10-01 "Yes, but it was the bees that killed all the divers." by Carter Wallis
        • 04-10-01 "Only the ones with teeth." by Dexter Fulton
        • 04-10-01 "No, the crocodiles ate them all." by John B
        • 04-10-01 "Is there any other kind?" by Walter T

         

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