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How often does Pez change his avatar?

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How often does Pez change his avatar?

  • Too much

    Votes: 2 10.0%
  • Not enough

    Votes: 3 15.0%
  • His captions are funny so it's ok

    Votes: 11 55.0%
  • Who's Pez?

    Votes: 4 20.0%
  • What's an avatar?

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    20

The111

Shallow Water Whiteout
May 29, 2004
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First he was a little kid on a sunny beach, then an old timey dancing couple, now an apneic feline. You be the judge!
 
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Tommy Engfors

New Member
Jul 29, 2003
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Yes.

But which one of you changes it more often? That is the real issue here... Maybe a poll would ease our minds... :cool:
 

neshamah

CFD Group
Jun 2, 2003
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hi

This is what I really like of deeperblue his creativity- diferent topics and a lot of ideas

I never think about an avatar competicion jajaj
Stephan if you have any present or( T- Shirt) for this Tournament give it To Pez man

Tommy you make laught I know you me miss my avatar sometime jaja let see what I can I do -

saludo los aprecio mucho

Daniel.
 

The111

Shallow Water Whiteout
May 29, 2004
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Originally posted by naiad
I like the cat!

Lucia
Yeh, it's pretty good, but I still think "Kundalini snooze button" is the funniest thing I've ever read...

And as far as the cat goes, 1 cat hour = 8:30+ human time (1/7 conversion rate?), so that's still a pretty far-fetched PB for most of us! :)
 

Pezman

We pee deep. Ew!
Sep 24, 2002
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I saw a cat-years calculator online that used a ratio of 1/12, so my statics are definitely nothing to write home about.

If I do static practice, I normally quit after the first 4:00+. I look holding my breath as a means to an end, rather than an end in itself, so I'm not very determined, esp. since there seems to be little correlation between my statics and my ability to do an active dive.

There also seems to be no pattern that I can determine for when I'm going to have an easy time hitting 4:00 or a struggle. Even the duration of the first static is not a good indicator. Sometimes I'll do 1:30 on the first static and easily sail past 4:00 on the fourth. Sometimes I'll hit 3:00 on the first static and get stuck there on subsequent tries.
 

ivan

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Jan 26, 2002
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Originally posted by Pezman
I saw a cat-years calculator online that used a ratio of 1/12, so my statics are definitely nothing to write home about.

If I do static practice, I normally quit after the first 4:00+. I look holding my breath as a means to an end, rather than an end in itself, so I'm not very determined, esp. since there seems to be little correlation between my statics and my ability to do an active dive.

There also seems to be no pattern that I can determine for when I'm going to have an easy time hitting 4:00 or a struggle. Even the duration of the first static is not a good indicator. Sometimes I'll do 1:30 on the first static and easily sail past 4:00 on the fourth. Sometimes I'll hit 3:00 on the first static and get stuck there on subsequent tries.

hi

Pezman I notice exactly the same as you with statics myself :(

cheers
 

Roan

Deeper Blue Wayfarer
Jul 12, 2003
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:cool: For a long time, I think, his avatar was a shot of him in So Cal kelp (La Jolla I think). I never did get around to looking up in a dictionary what the word pheromonomaniac means. :confused: :)
 

Pezman

We pee deep. Ew!
Sep 24, 2002
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Ahh yes, the "Phronemomaniac" signature. I have to confess that the word was not really in my vocabulary either. The way that I learned it was that I looked up Will's signature (Thalassomaniac) on google and found this site with more manias than you can shake a stick at (figured I'd toss in a treat for the flagellomaniacs).

mania mania mania :martial mania mania mania

BTW, Roan's "Deeper Blue Votary" was one that sent me to dictionary.com as well.
 
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OceanSwimmer

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Nov 3, 2002
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Ha- I voted 'not enough'-- since you have a seemingly endless supply of great pics....loved the one with the 'sack lunch'! OceanSwimmer
 
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