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Old 02-26-2012, 04:48 PM
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This guy is swimming with Great Whites!

He "understands" them.

Yea, right.
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just like the guy that was living with the bears in Alaska .
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I am sure he does understand them....about as much as Tim Treadwell understood Grizzlies
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did u see the segment before that? guy climbing the worlds hardest climbs, with no ropes.

i would like to see shark boy try and swim with the mako's.
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just like the guy that was living with the bears in Alaska .
First thing that came to my mind too.

"Was", being the operative word.
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Now he is one with the bears.


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He also got Anderson Cooper to swim with the Great Whites.

Anybody root for the sharks?
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Either way, it took a set to get in the water with them.
Not many can say they swam with Great whites.

I'm OK with not being able to say it.



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Originally Posted by 240 LTS View Post
Either way, it took a set to get in the water with them.
Not many can say they swam with Great whites.

I'm OK with not being able to say it.
Agreed!
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The whole show was pretty good IMO. The kid climbing the cliffs was amazing. The guys base jumping with those gliding suits was really something to watch too.

Seeing a great white shark is on my bucket list. But getting in the water with one? No thanks. I wouldn't want that to be the last item I got to check off my bucket list.
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yum, yum eat'um up....................
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