Amazing video for noobs who need help

Paladin
Lol.
09/13/2012 07:34 AMPosted by Blackdealdou
can u giv me a cuple tips ? u look rly gud and i want to lern from the best


Yea sure np bro I can help you just post your skype and i will be in touch, I won't charge you anything as long as I feel your learning
Why is this a thing
I approve this video
09/13/2012 03:32 PMPosted by Bubballs
can u giv me a cuple tips ? u look rly gud and i want to lern from the best


Yea sure np bro I can help you just post your skype and i will be in touch, I won't charge you anything as long as I feel your learning


09/14/2012 05:21 PMPosted by Iretalmages
I approve this video


Man has always longed to spend some quality time with the creatures of the deep blue. Maybe it's because of the unknown nature of the ocean's depths. For centuries, it was largely a mystery, only viewed from topside. Tales of giant squid and other man-eating aquatic monsters are as much a part of seafaring history as schooners and frigates. Just like outer space, the vastness of the ocean has always captured man's attention and inspired exploration. So much that early attempts at diving date all the way back to the time of Alexander the Great who, legend has it, used a diving bell to journey down as far as 600 feet (182 meters) into the ocean. While this is likely the stuff of legends, genuine strides were made in the late 1600s as innovators like Denis Papin and Edmund Halley made deep sea submersion in a diving bell a reality.
09/17/2012 01:10 AMPosted by Bubballs


Yea sure np bro I can help you just post your skype and i will be in touch, I won't charge you anything as long as I feel your learning


09/14/2012 05:21 PMPosted by Iretalmages
I approve this video


Man has always longed to spend some quality time with the creatures of the deep blue. Maybe it's because of the unknown nature of the ocean's depths. For centuries, it was largely a mystery, only viewed from topside. Tales of giant squid and other man-eating aquatic monsters are as much a part of seafaring history as schooners and frigates. Just like outer space, the vastness of the ocean has always captured man's attention and inspired exploration. So much that early attempts at diving date all the way back to the time of Alexander the Great who, legend has it, used a diving bell to journey down as far as 600 feet (182 meters) into the ocean. While this is likely the stuff of legends, genuine strides were made in the late 1600s as innovators like Denis Papin and Edmund Halley made deep sea submersion in a diving bell a reality.


lol nice vid
I'm a newb, not a noob :)

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