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    I'm a professional serial killer, known as the Zodiac killer. I'm old so I decided to hang up my knife and write some stupid things on Deathlist.

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  1. drol

    Grange Hill

    Someone edited Gillian Hanna's Wiki page to indicate she died. Hanna appared in the sixth series of Grange Hill as Mrs. Gossage. No obits could be found.
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    Alberto Fujimori

    Hospitalized. Yaaawn...
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    Bollywood Stars

    Khayyam now dead.
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    Death In The Family

    Terrible news. My mother in law died yesterday aged 78, suddenly. She did not suffer from any known illness. She was going upstairs, we heard a thud and she was on the landing in the middle of the stairs. She lost blood from mouth, nose and ears. Every resuscitation attempt failed and she was pronounced dead at 3:00 p.m. local time. We will enormously miss her, as she cared about everything in the house. Really one of the worst, if not the worst, moments in my life.
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    Political Frailty

    Now on life support... Mr. Jaitley will soon have another thing in common with Swaraj.
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    Bollywood Stars

    Yes, I read that some days ago. Doctors said she was "much better" and "out of danger", whilw her daughter simply said she wasn't well. Now you know who was right. Coincidentally Indian composer Khayyam was in a nearby hospital with lung infection, and his wife Jagjit Kaur, a noted singer, was hospitalized too (she is expected to be discharged by Monday). Though Khayyam was said to be "on the road to recovery" it seems it has now taken a turn for the worse; mind, he has been in a semicomatose state for weeks.
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    World's Oldest

    Ugo Sansonetti dead at 100. Prematurely.
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    The 100 Club

    A quick list of Indian centenarians, or possible centenarians. 1)Sudhakar Chaturvedi (1897 or 1901): Claims to be a disciple of Gandhi, a famous Vedic scholar and the oldest man ever. According to more sensible sources this man was born in the mid 20s, so should be around 95 now. He probably used someone's else identity. Currently not in the best health, his family declined to let him be interviewed or seen in April, so there is a good chance he's already dead. 2)Dharam Pal Singh (1897): Claims to be the World's oldest marathon runner ever. His claims have been exposed as hoaxes multiple times, and the man was actually born in 1938, he is just using the documents of an older deceased person. But it will be funny to see him living into his 140s 3)Fauja Singh (1911): I suspect he is a fraudster, probably 10/15 years younger. Still impressive. 4)Pappukutty Bhagavathar (1913): Malayalam singer and actor who has not made a public appearance in years. He is said to be in fair health, but 106 is 106. 5)G. Venkatasubbiah (1913): Kannada lexicographer. Still goes strong as he was seen voting at last polls in April/May. 6)Saalumarada Thimmaka (1910, 1913 or 1919): Tree planter who was in uber-dire health some years ago. God knows how, she recovered and is now fairly active. 7)Aiyappan Pillai (1914): Lawyer and current VP of ruling party BJP. Still going strong, but you can say this about all of them. 8)Lambert Mascharenhas (1914): Of Portuguese descent (Goa). Journalist and Padma Shri awardee, Catholic. 9)Man Kaur (1916): Old athlete.Or claimant to be and old athlete. 10)S. I. Padmavati (1917): Cardiologist. 11)Shyam Saran Negi (1917): Indian first voter. Ever. Looks miserable. 12)Sharadchandra Shankar Shrikhande (1917): An important mathematician. 13)H. S. Doreswamy (1918): Journalist and activist 14)Philipose Mar Chrysostom (1918): Metropolitan of the Syrian Church. 15)K. R. Gowri Amma (1919): Head of a small party in Kerala, former Minister. 16)Amala Shankar (1919): famous danseuse, widow of Uday Shankar. Groan..
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    Alt Obituaries Deadpool

    And the oldest with the Swami. Unfortunately that does not count.
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    Alt Obituaries Deadpool

    Second place now! A daily double would be great... never had one.
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    Deathless Days

    The last five days have been dull as fuck...
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    Political Frailty

    Former Indian Minister of Finance Arun Jaitley is in ICU with breathing problems and expected to be discharged in two-three days. He left govern on 30 May this year citing health reasons, recently received a kidney transplant and was born in 1952. All three things in common with the late Sushma Swaraj. Plus he suffers from diabetes and in January 2019 was diagnosed with sarcoma, which did not require chemotherapy because it was detected in an early stage. Just a long surgery in New York.
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    Nobel Prize In Death

    Oh, God! On LSD till the last day, I hope.
  14. drol

    Nature In Your Backyard

    A lot of hedgehogs and rats, which are the reason why I don't feed hedgehogs anymore (rats would eat everything before them). Some years ago I saw a big fox eating where I usually feed stray cats. I also used to feed a fox near my home; it would show to me in full sunlight to get food, was very hungry, I reckon, and maybe sick. Green whip snakes come to my garden and once they had offspring, many little snakes crawling around. I'm very benevolent towards them, they eat rats (and unfortunately frogs, which are useful animals on their own). Grass snakes are also very common, and I guarantee they won't bite you, just smell you like cats. My father in law was very harsh towards snakes, you know, all the stupid things in the Bible and so on. Around 2003 he and a neighbour who looked like Freddy Krueger (has died in 2006 I recall) killed and impaled on the street a whole family of green whip snakes. I got really angry at him.
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