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"Dream Chasers" tv show

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Working Class Spearo
Mar 17, 2002
recently watched an episode of the new "reality" tv show called Dream chasers. In this episode they took an diver and let him live his dream by laying line in a virgin Cenote.

in my opinion they should have left this bozo at the airport.

He got stuck twice.

Rammed into the cave wall/ceiling on a few occasions.

and to make things worst-

All the other divers were diving sidemounts, which he agreed to adopt also, but not with their gear config - he used his backplate and Pioneer wing!!! even after all the guides/divers tried to convince him othewise!

so as he swam (read silted) through the cave, his wing, in a perfect vertical fashion, just scraped the cave ceiling everywhere he went!

if you ever get a chance to watch this show - do. it's a great way to explain why some people should never be alowed in a cave.

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