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: You don't think you can make a difference? Alex Mack
: Mum, I'm a teenager, no one cares what I think.
: Do you know what's going on here Alex, what does Danielle want with you? Alex Mack
: I guess I'd better tell you guys something. You know that truck driver, Dave, and he told that a couple years ago there was a GC-161 accident and some kid got doused with the chemical. George Mack
: Yeah. Alex Mack
: Well that's true but he didn't tell you that, that kid was me. George Mack
: What do you mean it was you? Alex Mack
: It happened on my first day of 7th grade, Annie made sure I was OK healthwise, I just have these side effects. Barbara Mack
: What kind of side effects? Alex Mack
: Like this.
] Alex Mack
: And this.
] George Mack
: Well why didn't you tell us? Alex Mack
: Because we thought if you found out, that you'd lose your job and you'd tell Danielle and they'd come after me and cut me up, I don't know we just thought it was best. Barbara Mack
: You thought it was best to not tell us? You thought it was better to take care of this all by yourself, what were you girls thinking about? Alex Mack
: I'm really fine Mom, I just have these powers. Barbara Mack
: We must be the most oblivious parents on the face of the Earth. Alex Mack
: No, it was nothing you did, I was just really careful with them you know. George Mack
: Didn't we bring you up with the understanding that you could tell us anything, anytime? I just don't understand, Alex we could have helped you, we could have been there for you. And I could have stopped Danielle a long time ago. Alex Mack
: I'm sorry Dad, but it really wasn't that bad. You probably can't understand this but it was actually kind of fun. George Mack
: Maybe it was Alex, but look at where we are now.