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Diving Doesn't Involve Floating; The Best Part Is Underwater

Here's a new lawsuit I'd like to read. It's a scuba diver who was diving off an oil rig, and alleges that he was left to drift for five hours because the dive boat forgot him. As we all know, there are more than two sides to every story.

It has happened to other divers in other parts of the world, sometimes with disastrous results. But there are precautions. High among them is to dive with a group of friends.

Another is to stay with your buddy. It's a system that works well to ensure everyone dives safely. It also places responsibility on both divers to maintain contact while under water. After all, even if you're doing fine, your buddy may need some help.

On the whole, diving is safe, enjoyable and an exhilarating sport. Like other sports, it requires discipline and attention to detail.

After all, if you don't dive, you're missing two-thirds of the world. You can dive right in.

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