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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

    Political Frailty

    Perù has 4 years to join the group depending on JPdC and Francisco Morales Bermudez and Vietnam only three years with Do Muoi and Le Duc Anh (Vo Chi Cong was a near miss).
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    Most Significant Death Of Each Month

    Tom Wolfe, Philip Roth, Patricia Morison, Clint Walker, Robert Indiana, Bernard Lewis, Ray Wilson, Margot Kidder, Tessa Jowell... this was a great month. But the most significant death was indeed Big Bully Busick.
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    Death, Italian Style

    Sergio Graziani dead at 87.
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    Political Frailty

    Yasuhiro Nakasone will turn 100 tomorrow. Recently he suffered a broken wrist and is now less active in public life, but still nothing to worry about.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

    Continuing with the list of immortals: 1)Sister Wendy Beckett (1930): Has been a nutshell for all her life, reportedly frail and wheelchair bound. One would have expected her to die around 2005 and she is still here, nearing her 90s. 2)Hutton Gibson (1918) Last year he was completely dying in March, then he went to Spain for advanced treatments as I recall. Almost 100 and reportedy on the brink of death for years. Strongman. 3)Roberta McCain (1912): While her son is definitely dying, the old lady is still fit and sound of mind. She will bury him indeed and even go on for a bit. 4)Henry Kissinger (1923): He has always been a fat fuck and suffered some health problems around 20 years back. Indestructible, still active in politics at 95! 5)George Shultz (1920) Fit as a fiddle. Will see his 100 without any doubt. 6)Khmatai Siphandon (1924): Almost unrecognizable as a human being. Everlasting dictator of Laos, still keeping much of the real power. 7)Fauja Singh (1911): Many years ago (around 2010) I wrote a list of very old people born before 1914 who would have died in a short time. Singh is the last survivor and dying is still not in his plans. 8)John Franzese (1917): Why is this son of a gun still here? He stayed in a prison till 100 and he is out and about now. Fucker. 9)Paul Hellyer (1923): Last indestructible complot theorist. Legend. 10)Lyndon LaRouche (1922): Oh, come on, it's just Lyndon LaRouche. 11)Ernest Angley (1921): Fat fuck who loves to dye his hair so he looks younger. Well, it works.
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    NASA has posted some photos of him, so I guess he is dying, but not dead yet.
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    Should I Leave This Site?

    Yes, I had a horrible day too. My father in law suffered a stroke and is currently in ICU. You see, real problems come sooner or later, don't waste time creating them.
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    Saddam Hussein

    No. Apparently still going, but no source since 2014.
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    Saddam Hussein

    Saddam's loyalist officer Ayad Futayyih Khalifa al-Rawi, who was the Seven of Clubs in the Most wanted Iraqi playing cards, has died of a stroke aged 76 while in custody. This seems legit, but Arabs tend to resurrect often...
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    Political Frailty

    It has been withdrawn. People on Wiki are looking for proofs as it seems he may have died in 2012 or 2013 only getting local North Korean obits. See what happens.
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    Political Frailty

    92 in July. Khieu Sampan and him are the last reamaining Khmer Rouge leaders.
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    Political Frailty

    Oldest living state leaders are the hardest category to get. They simply never die, every time it seems it's the end, but it is never, they'll be back in their dictatorship after 15 days, in "great health". Gizenga just came back to Congo from Bruxelles, he was said to be dying two weeks ago. Mahathir was elected Prime Minister at 92 when some years ago the biggest hope for a 92 year old was breathing. Giorgio Napolitano has interveined in the process of forming a new govern just days after he suffered an aortic dissection. Bob Hawke has been discharged in perfect health. Muoi and Anh have been in hospital for months when a normal person of their age is dead in two days. Tun Tin has been bedridden for almost a year and still he is writing historical biographies! Milos Jakes was hit by a car and almost died in 2016, now he is giving interviews every day and his best pal Strougal has released a new biography. Kaunda has survived multiple hospitalization and still his last birthday was the biggest celebration of the year in Zambia. Wolde Giorgis is launching a plan to build a huge statue of Haile Selassié at 94 and Mugabe is seeking to regain power. Mubarak is spending holidays with family, looking 20 years younger. Awadalla travelling to Sudan from Dublin last year as it was normal for a centenarian and Hau Pei-Tsun giving a whole series of conferences all around Taiwan at 99. All North Korean (Kim Yong Nam, Hyang Hiong Sop, exc) travelling to foreign Countries for NK normalization process, Giscard d'Estaing interveining on political topics almost every week and Tran Thien Khiem organizing Vietnam veteran coventions every year. What's wrong with them? Why can't they die like normal people?
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    Boxing Clever?

    Hey, don't forget my friends Mr. Anh and Mr. Muoi! But I guess they are just living the final part of their lives in 108 hospital like Vo Nguyen Giap did. He lasted four years in hospitalization. Can't see them doing the same, but Autumn is a concrete possibility.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

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    Political Frailty

    Burmese Prime Minister Tun Tin has been bedridden and in frail health since September. Rare photos of him in this Facebook posts. Apparently he lost his wife last year and has been very ill since.

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