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Yeah, I agree Cam, pretty sad choice of words.

What are you pretending not to know ?

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Better than killi, er aborting the baby.
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I'm missing something here. Who are you guys discussing?

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Gary...see 1000days.net for the story of the voyage....at least the fairy tale version. Several threads here on the deal...search under 1000days, REID and SOANYA and you'll find the rest of the story!

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It's not just his seamanship at question Windy...Check how he welcomes his new son into the world:

"Let's hope this doesn't happen on the real Mars mission, because accidents do happen."

Let's hope the little "accident" never gets to read the log book.
The little boy to his mother: Mom! How come my name is Little Accident?
Then his sister thumps him and says: Ask why my name is Oopsie?

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How come this doesn't surprise me. Reid Stowe's character is questionable at best from everything I've seen on him.
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It's not just his seamanship at question Windy...Check how he welcomes his new son into the world:

"Let's hope this doesn't happen on the real Mars mission, because accidents do happen."

Let's hope the little "accident" never gets to read the log book.

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