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Still feel safe cage diving with GWS?

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sinkweight

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Everyone knows that beating a Great White's head with a metal pole only make things worse.

If it were a responsible dive tour, they would've had an emergency granny-purse somewhere on the deck.
 

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Erik

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"But two weeks previously there was a woman killed by a Great White in South Africa so it was possibly the same shark."

Yes, great reply Einstein, thank you Captain Obvious (of Her Majesty's Ship 'Apparent'). Maybe it was the same one that ate the snorkeller a few weeks back in Oz, too? Moron. First of all there is no shortage of sharks that would attack a cage or indeed eat a moron in a cage with all the chum and guts in the water. Secondly, what degree in GW spotting does this guy have? Thirdly, I'm sorry for the relatives of morons who chum for sharks then get eaten, but there is a Darwinian element at work here. And since I don't know this Braniac, I have to laugh my ass off rofl
Cheers,
Erik Y ;)
 
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Oldsarge

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My reaction to GWS is much like my reaction to lions. I wish them "Good hunting, brother" and leave the area. I sure as Hell don't play bait onna hook! I feel the same way about orca, too.
 
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Sharky

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Erik said:
"But two weeks previously there was a woman killed by a Great White in South Africa so it was possibly the same shark."

Yes, great reply Einstein, thank you Captain Obvious (of Her Majesty's Ship 'Apparent'). Maybe it was the same one that ate the snorkeller a few weeks back in Oz, too? Moron. First of all there is no shortage of sharks that would attack a cage or indeed eat a moron in a cage with all the chum and guts in the water. Secondly, what degree in GW spotting does this guy have? Thirdly, I'm sorry for the relatives of morons who chum for sharks then get eaten, but there is a Darwinian element at work here. And since I don't know this Braniac, I have to laugh my ass off rofl
Cheers,
Erik Y ;)


preach it Erik, preach it :D
 

Pekka

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You play with fire, you'll get burned.. people have no idea of the power of sharks in water before they have actually been in water with one.. hope that guy learned his lession so we dont need to read the rest of his sad story on darwin awards web site..

Pekka
 
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