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Freediving kills brain cells

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Mmm... Freediving
Jan 12, 2004
Freediving kills brain cells.

There I was in Las Vegas for a 2 day vacation. We were staying at the 5 star Mandalay Bay Resort. Mandalay Bay has a "lush, 11-acre tropical sand beach. Daydream the day away as you float on a lazy river ride, or swim in one of our three pristine pools."

So my friend and I ended up in Morea (sp ?) beach. Morea is a 21 and older beach/pool complete with a bar and restaraunt, Flat panel TV's displaying numerous shows, great music, and numerous hottubs.

So what am I doing at the pool while a seemingly endless stream of beautiful, often topless women are sunning themselves, drinking and having an all around good time ?

I'm practicing dynamics in the pool.

Like I said my friends, freediving kills brain cells.
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