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View Poll Results: How many children under the age of 18 do you have living with you?
1 42 33.87%
2 56 45.16%
3 16 12.90%
4 6 4.84%
More than 4 4 3.23%
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Zero, but my GF would tell you that I act like I am under 18 most of the time!
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Is this a question regarding the number of home made descendants / spouse, or the part time harboring of not related minors to accommodate for someones sick sexual preferences?
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It appears the amount of time for sailing is directly proportional to the number of kids you have.

0 kids - all the time in the world for sailing
1 kid - Grap the kid and go
2 kids - Still plenty of time to sail
3 kids - Sail once in a while
4 kids - Read about sailing on a forum and get a stinkpot.
I don't have any kids, but I have a 9year old malamute (60s dog years) who is terrified of sailing, this directly affects the amount of sailing I do. I live aboard so I just can't leave her at home. She was OK with sailing at first but we have run into some nasty weather, 40kt winds blowing against the tide with the accompanying 10-15ft waves in the Straits of Juan De Fuca did the trick. She is now quite happy as long as the boat is tied up.
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(1) 14 year old 9 (yikes) teenage girl

2 fur kids, great dane and dalmation
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my pup

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most recent one shows her happiness at remaining tied up
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zero at home but have 18 grandchildren
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Why is "0" not an option?
Exactly! Ever hear of single sailors?
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Why is "What Time IS IT?" not an option ?????
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None should be listed. Why isn't it on the list? Why is question asked. I don't have children, but children sail with me.
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A better question: How many children sail with you? 0-4+
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