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View Poll Results: 1000 DAYS AT SEA - How long do you think they will be able to stay at sea
0 to 6 months 40 40.40%
6 to 12 months 24 24.24%
12 to 18 months 5 5.05%
18 to 24 months 10 10.10%
24 to 30 months 2 2.02%
30 to 36 months 1 1.01%
THEY ARE GOING TO MAKE IT! 17 17.17%
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Old 20-10-2008, 21:36   #91
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God...this news about Baby Darshen is months old! You guys gotta keep up....Reid is drawing "course whales" in the Pacific Ocean now and they are communicating with him to help enlighten all mankind. I think he will have more child support payments due upon his return.
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Old 20-10-2008, 22:33   #92
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After 3 days of leaving S.F. for Cabo I was talking to myself.
But have you stopped yet?

I think he has a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock. His latest entry hints at meglomania.... "I am aware that the whole world is watching and that I have a responsibility to the world, my country, family, friends and contributors ....." " I am already helping in a psychological way by opening the minds of young people to follow and I will help in the training if asked. I understand that it is difficult for the government to subject trainees to the possibility of suffering and death ..."
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Old 20-10-2008, 23:01   #93
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God...this news about Baby Darshen is months old! You guys gotta keep up....Reid is drawing "course whales" in the Pacific Ocean now and they are communicating with him to help enlighten all mankind. I think he will have more child support payments due upon his return.
The guy is a self centered nutter that will do anything to avoid responsibility. I predict he wont be "coming back". At least not to NYC. My guess is he will quietly fade away after pulling a Donald Crowhurst.

Hopefully Soy will gain some responsibility, whatever happens. At least for the kid's sake.
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Old 21-10-2008, 07:22   #94
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But have you stopped yet?

I think he has a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock. His latest entry hints at meglomania.... "I am aware that the whole world is watching and that I have a responsibility to the world, my country, family, friends and contributors ....." " I am already helping in a psychological way by opening the minds of young people to follow and I will help in the training if asked. I understand that it is difficult for the government to subject trainees to the possibility of suffering and death ..."

Yes I did stop, but only after 15 years. That took a lot of counseling....lololol
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Frankly I'd rather this chap continue sailing in circles on the deep than be loose in public. We have rather too many Charley Manson/Jim Jones/Marshall Applewhite types running loose in society already.

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He is definintely a whacko but I will give him credit. He's exceeded my vote of 12 months, although she didn't.

Now that he has no one to talk to except himself and the whales, I think he has got to totally crack up at some point.

The scary part is that for some reason this guy has Jim Jones type charisma. Just keep him away from your kids and don't drink the Kool Aid.
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The poll was taken as a couple and that's how I voted. That ended quite a time ago. I didn't think the woman would last as long as she did with this nut case.
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