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  • April 11, 2011

    How To Get Your Face And Thumb Bitten Off While SCUBA Diving

    I plan to finally get back in the water this coming Saturday, April 16th for the Divevet’s Easter Egg hunt.

    I’ve been trying to get my right ear to pop from the on going congestion that I’ve had, and have decided on a regimen of Sudafed and saline nasal spray to help.

    So, with that in mind, here is your weekly fluff to fill another post and let people know that I’m still alive and not in jail or the hospital.

    The following videos are not new, but the thing is, I just found them while doing a search for “dumb SCUBA diver” – something that I’ve only been called about a dozen or so times.

    When divers are in the water, the only time that they’re ever attacked is when marine creatures feel threatened – with the exception of maybe a test bite from a shark.

    I’ve been attacked by a Garibaldi diving Catalina – apparently, they attack if you’re to close to where they laid their eggs.

    Crazy Ivan was attacked by a red crab while lobster hunting off Cabrillo Beach a few years ago – remember that Crazy Ivan?

    But as I stated, these creatures who “attack,” attack with the perception of self defense.

    And then, there’s the dare devils and dumb asses…

    With that in mind, if you ever get so comfortable to where you’re going to hand feed eels or kiss sharks on the lips, you will eventually suffer the consequences.


    So here’s the question to be asked – Does an eel know when the food stops and the hand of the one who feeds it begins?

    To watch this video on click here.

    Do sharks ever look pretty enough to play with, let alone kiss?

    To watch this video on click here.

    After watching the above videos, I think that I may not be such a “psycho” diver after all.

    1 Comment

    1. Hey,that crab could really cha-cha!! But I still have all my fingers – and the toes are all in the right place. Thanks for the memories.


      Comment by Ivan — April 11, 2011 @ 6:42 pm

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