Unless, of course, you fell overboard head first, knocking yourself unconscious. Then of course, being face down you would only have needed a couple inches of water to drown. Stop talking like some macho idiot.<quoted text>Ball deep in 2.5 ft.? Either you have short legs or saggy balls....lol. I agree with your opinion though. More of a money racket than a safety issue.
#21 Oct 6, 2010
#22 Oct 7, 2010
That's what she said!
#23 Oct 8, 2010
Stop talking like a little paranoid wimp. If that was the case, a vest would keep your dead body afloat. Let me quess, you wear protective gear when you go for a walk.
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