Re: Part 2.

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Posted by Randy54 on January 03, 2001 at 19:33:34:

In Reply to: Re: Part 2. posted by Eins on January 03, 2001 at 17:52:26:

Enis: Something you say does not make sence. If DIR gear configuration is fixed, as is stated often, how can you say others are not open to new experience, when a major problem that seahunt and I, along with others, is that DIR is closed to change. By definition, DIR divers can't be open to learning new stuff, using new equipment or experimenting with their configuration in any way. If they do, by definition, they are not DIR. A very curious statement you make.I think the term "Oxymoron" would apply. How does DIR go about adopting new ideas or equipment? This is a serious question. is the DIR history so short that no major gear changes have taken place since it's inception? I leaned to dive in 1970, dove for 5 years, then stoped for over 20. I went back through a basic course because I was sure there had been lots of changes, and there was. I realy do want to know.

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