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Why do you hate money, /biz/? 300k a year starting.
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I make that as a Wendy’s chef
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>>12408393
fucking where?
me and my bro were looking around to start underwater welding and it was around 90k/year
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>>12408393
That job looks extremely dangerous. What happens if you're a thousand feet underwater and the welding torch flame accidentally contacts your diving suit? What if a whale gets tangled in your air hose? What if you get stuck inside a pipe? I would rather sweep and mop floors for a living.
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>>12408483
you panic and die
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>>12408393
No I just hate the abyss.
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>>12408393
Apparently that's a /biz meme.

I've read stories about deep sea welder on reddit (yes). It is super scary and dangerous. It is pitch black down there and there might be stuffs TV don't talk about.

If you can't stand wage cucking anymore perhaps.

It's the sort of job that gives you nightmares.
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>>12408510
>deep sea welder on reddit

Can you link the threads?
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>>12408483
In the pic you can see the surface reflections relatively close, but anyways, better to have an epic fast death than dying slowly of cancer after a boring life, for example.
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Reminder there's all kinds of weird shit in the ocean that man was never meant to encounter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ljnf_Vybhs
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>>12408549
>depth: 7828
holy shit
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>>12408539
https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/3lll1h/

There are other better check on reddit.
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>>12408561
Yeah, that's deeper than where human divers operate but I would worry about these things coming up at me from below if were a diver. Giant squid is my biggest fear and those do come up near the surface sometimes.
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>>12408577
Nosleep is basically a creepypasta sub, none of it is real
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>>12408406
This thread happens at least once a week. It's a bait thread.
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>>12408585
Lol its the little red bastard Humboldt squid that you as a diver should be worried about.
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>>12408393
Incredibly niche market and likely to be fully automated in literally less than a decade plus training ain't cheap
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>>12408585
>Giant squid is my biggest fear
stick to the middle of the pavement, avoiding open windows and Chinese Restaurants. You can get through this, anon
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>>12408393
300k a year means jack shit if you die from ∆P.
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>not being a real man and being a nuclear reactor diver so you get the danger of drowning and radiation poisoning simultaneously

Faggots.
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>>12408483
Just don't do anything retarded and you'll be fine
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>>12409007
NOW THATS MY KIND OF DIVE JOB!
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>>12409007
this
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>>12409007
>not being a real man and being a black hole diver and dealing the dangers of being crushed into atomic bits, radiation poisoning, drowning in the space sea and being taken over by creatures of the warp simultaneously

What is it like being a pussy?
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>>12409041
lmao floating around some bookshelves and seeing the past, woooow that must be so stressful bro
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>>12408393
>>12408483
what if you get an itch on the back of your head that you can't reach?
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>>12408577
reddit has the worst fiction writers on the planet
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>>12409389
>reddit has the worst on the planet
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>>12408483
What if you need to take an emergency liquid shit?
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>>12408483
>I would rather mop floors for a living.

What if you slip on a wet floor and crack your skull open?
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>>12409088
>floating around some bookshelves

worst scene ever
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>>12408393
I worked on a DP2 dive vessel that killed one of our air divers. It happens more often than you think. And when they die, it's horrific. Imagine being along, underwater, in the dark, waiting for your bail out tank to run out, and that's if you're lucky. The one we killed went through the props, the dive super had too much umbilical in the water. He got dragged towards the props, and he knew what was coming. Radio was open the whole time. Minced meat, head first. No body to recover, just debris. Take your Rolex and i8 and I'll take dying in my bed many years from now
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Underwater welding is completely hyped up by the schools. You'll get suckered into some year long course that costs tons of money, with them reassuring you the loans will be paid back this time next year because of the high salaries. You'll graduate and realize that you may be able to weld, but you don't have nearly enough hours underwater for anybody to hire you.

I used to do some professional diving, while I did not weld I was around a lot of them. Your hours under water count more than welding experience. It's better to take a guy with 100's of hours of diving experience and teach him how to weld in a couple months on the company's dime.

If you really want to get into professional diving, your probably better off joining a military branch as a diver and learning a majority of the skills without any debt. "Hurr durr I don't want to get blown up fighting for jew's oil", you realize just how dangerous diving is? Military is actually safer.
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>>12410428
Kinda hard to illustrate 4D though.
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>>12408393
Yeah my brother did this and burnt out in a year.

The ones making 300k are saturation divers and last I heard there is only like 250 of them in the entire world.
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>>12410499
this
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>>12411360
And I'm in the top 350 link holders.
>feelsgoodman
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>>12410445
>>12411360
>saturation divers
>be in dive bell
>bell decompresses
https://www.documentingreality.com/forum/attachments/f237/581590d1415139828-pictures-byford-dolphin-diving-bell-accident-byforddolphindeathpicture.jpg

yikes
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>>12411360
Hottest Asian I've ever seen posted.
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>>12410445
W-what was he saying? How long did it take?
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>>12411360

sauce?
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>>12408393
I dont hate money I'm afraid of Delta P
>what's Delta P
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEtbFm_CjE0

Naui scuba certified too thought about this briefly before taking a comfy IT gig.
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>>12411558
Milkers are too big.
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>>12411636
>W-what was he saying? How long did it take?
The spiritual superiority which formerly divided and created hostility now tends to unite: how could the individual keep himself aloft and, against every current, swim along his own course through life if he did not see here and there others of his own kind living under the same conditions and take them by the hand, in struggle against both the ochlocratic character of the half-spirited and the half-educated and the attempts that occasionally occur to erect a tyranny with the aid of the masses? The oligarchs have need of one another, they have joy in one another, they understand the signs of one another -- but each of them is nonetheless free, he fights and conquers in his own place, and would rather perish than submit.
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>>12411760
don't give it to him, he doesn't deserve her nudes. make him pay for it, he already told you how much he makes



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