At 10:05 PM 3/2/00 +1200, Jean-Marc wrote: >"Robert F. Ling" wrote: > >> THIS was the post Jean-Marc referred to, in which I wrote: >> >> *>A RESPONSIBLE diver, alone or not, at ANY depth, should >> *> >> *> NEVER, EVER, EVER, NEVER, NEVER ... >> *> >> *>be so CARELESS as to find himself/herself in such an OOA situation! >> *> >> *>It SHOULD BE a NON-existent scenario. :-) > >I thought that your "such an OOA situation" referred to the case >where one doesn't monitor one's air properly. >> *>A RESPONSIBLE diver, alone or not, at ANY depth, should >> *> >> *> NEVER, EVER, EVER, NEVER, NEVER ... is an unconditional statement in the rest of my post. An instructor, with plenty of AIR (two minutes?) and WARNING (reg freeflow) at 50 m and was OOA at 35 m (your revised depth <G>), and you're defending it? You've gotta be kidding, JM. >Apparently you meant something else. I therefore withdraw my "me >too". No, I meant the above. Yes, you never understood those two lines when you said "me too". Wish you and your two instructor luck. You'll NEED LOTS of it. -- Bob.