.one too many.

…a place for waste…

i not not you not why not?

with 3 comments

it started with spearfishing.

pearl plucking in the orient.

lobster poaching in honduras.

sponge diving in greece.

after that,

it was luc besson.

le grand blu.

enzo and jacque.

rosanna arquette.

death in the french version.

dolphins in the american version.

french teenagers were never the same again.

today it’s apnea.

competitive apnea.  dynamic apnea.  static apnea.

free immersion.  no limits.  constant weight.

fins or no fins.

bi fins or monfins.

 orca suits or custom 5 mil suits.

shallow water black outs and samba.

white cards.

red cards.

and of course,

the legend of jana strain.


its about holding your breath underwater.

equalize or die.


Written by canepari

October 12, 2011 at 4:06 pm

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    January 7, 2013 at 12:18 pm

  2. For the chauvanist pigs that anrewsed this question in a demeaning way obesity is not always because a person overeats, its often genetic, or brought upon by other health issues, NOT ALWAYS OVEREATING, like you IGNORANT, stupid, pretentious fools think. Carol, I suggest you visit obesityhelp.com its a website with a huge forum that addresses every possible question about gastric bypass and lab band surgeries. My insurance has also turned me down, and my doctor is personally calling the insurance so that they will (hopefully) approve me, something you can try. Other than that, the website has prewritten fill-in-the-blank letters that you can send to appeal their decision. The first thing you need to do is get your family physician to refer you to a bariatric surgeon, and have a consult with him. after that you can appeal your insurance’s decision.Best of luck, Carol


    February 23, 2013 at 12:22 pm

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