It’s still a Commonwealth nation! And that statement was about something I thought I knew about AC/DC from the 80s! I was still an idiot back then (yes, still an idiot now).
(EDIT: It’s particularly embarrassing because Brian Johnson has a house here. He used to do shows at some of the small venues around Sarasota for fun, sometimes surprising the band that was playing. I met him a couple of times, once at “The Five O’Clock Club” on Hillview (I am totally name-dropping here to support one of my favorite dive-bars, the “5-O,” as we call it, if anyone comes to SRQ) So yeah, I feel like a jerk).
While yours was out of the inner orbits of the Solar System and how many times must you be permanently banned for puns?
@Benkyo I do a lot of photography, and YES, doing it underwater is very problematic. There are so many factors, with lighting being a huge issue, not to mention just being able to hold the camera still for long enough in those lighting conditions. I think that’s even more important than waterproofing, which itself could ruin your entire equipment, but might hinder from getting the shot. And, yes! The gear is incredibly expensive (although in some places you can rent it, which is what we did. It probably saved us thousands).
(Edit: I just realized that the statement, “doing it underwater is very problematic,” could be on a very tacky t-shirt or bumper sticker.)
Anyway, I’m not really 140 years old. I’m just over twice that. Stop teasing me @Jagrafess