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Another Shark attack - this time Australia

 
KickinIt

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07/25/2015 08:24 PM

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Another Shark attack - this time Australia
Daughter worries when, after gathering scallops, her father doesn't resurface with her. Goes back down to look for him and sees him being mauled by shark. In waters off Tasmania.

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Anonymous Coward
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07/25/2015 08:36 PM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
the scallop and abalone divers used to get eaten the most.

rule one is never take your eye off partner, rule two is bangstick ready to go in off hand at all times. break either you will get eaten.

you have to look at ocean floor to do your work. doing it while other diver isn't watching your back, it's only a matter of time before youre attacked.

specially where they were, great white high density.
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07/25/2015 08:49 PM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
Oh, Hell no!
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07/25/2015 10:26 PM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
back in the water, back in the food chain...
Thereturn

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07/26/2015 02:11 AM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
The idea that scallops is pronounced Skull Ops......Like skull and bones operation.

Also that some people still venture to dive in shark infested waters. Seems more like the MSM telling us something....

Last Edited by Thereturn on 07/26/2015 02:21 AM
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07/26/2015 02:14 AM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
Pronounced like that over there perhaps, not in the US.
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07/26/2015 02:17 AM
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Why don't we just fucking kill every shark and jelly fish in the ocean so man can enjoy it more without worry? I mean fuck them! This is a mans world!
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07/26/2015 02:21 AM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
the scallop and abalone divers used to get eaten the most.

rule one is never take your eye off partner, rule two is bangstick ready to go in off hand at all times. break either you will get eaten.

you have to look at ocean floor to do your work. doing it while other diver isn't watching your back, it's only a matter of time before youre attacked.

specially where they were, great white high density.
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Rule one should be don't go into fucking water where man eating sharks may lurk.

Simple really.
Thereturn

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07/26/2015 02:33 AM
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Pronounced like that over there perhaps, not in the US.
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[link to www.yankeemagazine.com]

She fixes me with a warning eye, “And beware the person who says ‘skal-lup’! They don ‘t know what they’ re talking about. They’re inlanders. It’s ‘skawl-up.’
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07/26/2015 02:50 AM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
Pronounced like that over there perhaps, not in the US.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2452000


[link to www.yankeemagazine.com]

She fixes me with a warning eye, “And beware the person who says ‘skal-lup’! They don ‘t know what they’ re talking about. They’re inlanders. It’s ‘skawl-up.’
 Quoting: Thereturn


Seems it's more like Skull Ops than Skal-ups.

Last Edited by Thereturn on 07/26/2015 02:50 AM
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07/26/2015 02:53 AM
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Re: Another Shark attack - this time Australia
Pronounced like that over there perhaps, not in the US.
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[link to www.yankeemagazine.com]

She fixes me with a warning eye, “And beware the person who says ‘skal-lup’! They don ‘t know what they’ re talking about. They’re inlanders. It’s ‘skawl-up.’
 Quoting: Thereturn


Seems it's more like Skull Ops than Skal-ups.
 Quoting: Thereturn


Nah mate, it's a scoll-up.

You go in their territory, you do so at your own risk.





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