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Don't quit your day job, Jethro. A comedian, you ain't.
How do you see anything once you start? I would think it would take hours just for that reason.
The bottom is considered a sanctuary hull thereby guaranteeing denial by the local jurisdiction of authority, unless the president of a higher power, known as the department of cgrowth overrules the local authority thought to have jurisdiction at which point the sanctuary hull is granted immunity by all jurisdictions.
Fortunately, we here on SBO have low standards
A job like that is mostly done by feel.
How do you get leverage? Do you need leverage? Do you just use positive buoyancy? Do you use an attachment? I would imagine you could run a line gunwale to gunwale...
Oh, and that boat needs a weedwacker!
Typically I would use this:
But in this case a little positive buoyancy would do the trick.
Boyle's Law still work in the stomach, but not as fast as your breathing.
Hmmmm... CO2 in the stomach
Just hard to burp with a regulator in your mouth!
The hard part of CO2 in the stomach is not burping, its loss of buoyancy through gas seepage through the rectal passage.......
That shouldn't affect buoyancy... It just gets trapped in the dry suit and is saved for the beach.
There was once a 30ft sailboat at the AFRC at Canyon Lake, Tx that had melded with the bottom. Apparently, the requirements the Recreation Center had for using that boat were so stringent that it never left the dock. The person in charge of the boathouse told me that they tried to move the boat, but it wouldn't budge. That was when I dove in and found that the growth on the bottom of the boat was attached top the lake bed 6 ft below.
My cute dentist says to floss often
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