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  1. Life Is Beautiful

    15. Jimmy Carter

    Username checks out.
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    Well smack my ass and call me peanut boy.
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    Yeah looks like that is his hand indeed.
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    33. Walter Mondale

    So who is left from the Carter administration, besides the man himself?
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    15. Jimmy Carter

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    22. Tony Bennett

    Grace Slick is really good, and should be considered for next year BTW
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    Each Year's Most Significant Death.

    UPDATE Since 1900 1900: Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher 1901: Queen Victoria, UK Queen 1902: Emile Zola, French writer 1903: Paul Gauguin, French artist 1904: Anton Chekhov, Russian playwright 1905: Jules Verne, French writer 1906: Paul Cézanne, French artist 1907: Dmitri Mendeleev, Russian scientist 1908: Grover Cleveland, US president 1909: Geronimo, Indian Apache leader 1910: Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer 1911: Gustav Mahler, Austro-Bohemian composer 1912: Wilbur Wright, US aviation inventor 1913: Alfred Russel Wallace, British explorer 1914: Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria 1915: Charles Tupper, Canadian father of Confederation 1916: Grigori Rasputin, Russian mystic 1917: Mata Hari, Dutch exotic dancer and spy 1918: Nicholas II of Russia, Russian royalty 1919: Theodore Roosevelt, US president 1920: Robert Peary, US arctic explorer 1921: Enrico Caruso, Italian tenor 1922: Alexander Graham Bell, Scottish inventor 1923: Warren G. Harding, US president 1924: Lenin, USSR leader and founder 1925: Sun Yat-sen, Chinese leader 1926: Rudolph Valentino, Italian actor 1927: Victoria Woodhull, American civil rights activist 1928: Emmeline Pankhurst, British civil rights activist 1929: Archibald Primrose, UK PM 1930: William Howard Taft, US president 1931: Thomas Edison, US inventor 1932: John Philip Sousa, US composer 1933: Calvin Coolidge, US president 1934: Marie Curie, French-Polish physicist 1935: T.E. Lawrence, British archaeologist 1936: King George V, UK King 1937: John D. Rockefeller, richest person in modern history 1938: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founding father of Turkey 1939: Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis 1940: Leon Trotsky, USSR thinker 1941: Virginia Woolf, English writer 1942: Reinhard Heydrich, Nazi official 1943: Nikola Tesla, Serbian-American inventor 1944: Erwin Rommel, Nazi general 1945: Franklin D. Roosevelt, US president and Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader 1946: Hermann Göring, German leader and war criminal 1947: Henry Ford, US inventor and Elizabeth Short, Black Dahlia 1948: Mahatma Gandhi, Indian ethicist 1949: Richard Strauss, German composer 1950: George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright 1951: William Randolph Hearst, US businessman 1952: King George VI, UK king 1953: Joseph Stalin, USSR leader 1954: Enrico Fermi, Italian inventor 1955: Albert Einstein, German physicist 1956: Jackson Pollock, US artist 1957: Joseph McCarthy, US Senator 1958: Pope Pius XII, Holy Pope 1959: Buddy Holly, US rock singer-songwriter 1960: Albert Camus, French philosopher 1961: Ernest Hemingway, US writer 1962: Marilyn Monroe, US actress 1963: John F. Kennedy, US president 1964: Herbert Hoover, US president 1965: Winston Churchill, UK PM 1966: Walt Disney, US animator 1967: Che Guevara, Argentine revolutionary 1968: Martin Luther King, Jr., US minister and activist 1969: Dwight D. Eisenhower, US general and president 1970: Charles de Gaulle, French President and Jimi Hendrix, US guitarist 1971: Jim Morrison, US rock singer and poet 1972: Harry S. Truman, US president 1973: Lyndon B. Johnson, US president 1974: James Chadwick, British physicist 1975: Francisco Franco, Spanish general 1976: Mao Zedong, Chinese Chairman 1977: Elvis Presley, US rock singer 1978: Pope Paul VI, Holy Pope 1979: John Wayne, US actor 1980: John Lennon, UK singer-songwriter 1981: Anwar Sadat, Egyptian PM 1982: Leonid Brezhnev, USSR leader 1983: Tennessee Williams, US playwright 1984: Indira Gandhi, Indian PM 1985: Orson Welles, US film director 1986: Harold Macmillan, UK PM 1987: Rudolf Hess, Nazi leader 1988: Mohammad Zia Ul-Haq, Pakistani PM 1989: Ruhollah Khomeini, Iranian Supreme Leader 1990: Greta Garbo, Swedish-American actress 1991: Freddie Mercury, UK singer 1992: Menachem Begin, Israeli PM 1993: Audrey Hepburn, UK actress 1994: Richard M. Nixon, US president and Kurt Cobain, US singer-songwriter 1995: Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli PM 1996: François Mitterrand, French president 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales, UK royalty 1998: Frank Sinatra, US singer 1999: Wilt Chamberlain, US basketball player 2000: John Gielgud, UK actor 2001: Mohamed Atta, Egyptian terrorist and Todd Beamer, a passenger on the hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 2002: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother of the United Kingdom 2003: Katharine Hepburn, US actress 2004: Ronald Reagan, US president 2005: Pope John Paul II, Holy Pope 2006: Gerald Ford, US president and Saddam Hussein, Iraqi president 2007: Benazir Bhutto, Pakistani PM 2008: Paul Newman, US actor 2009: Michael Jackson, US singer 2010: J. D. Salinger, US writer 2011: Osama bin Laden, Saudi terrorist and Muammar Gaddafi, Lybian leader 2012: Neil Armstrong, US astronaut 2013: Nelson Mandela, South-African PM and activist 2014: Robin Williams, US actor 2015: Stéphane Charbonnier [Charb], French Charlie Hebdo cartoonist 2016: Fidel Castro, Cuban PM and leader 2017: Helmut Kohl, German chancellor 2018: George Bush Senior, US president and Stephen Hawking, UK physicist 2019: Abu-Bakr al Baghdadi, ISIS leader and Jacques Chirac, French PM 2020: Mr. Zhang, the first COVID-19 death and George Floyd, African-American police brutality victim 2021: Larry King, US broadcaster (so far....) Most significant death by decades: 1900s: Queen Victoria 1910s: Franz Ferdinand 1920s: Lenin 1930s: Sigmund Freud 1940s: Adolf Hitler 1950s: Joseph Stalin 1960s: JFK 1970s: Elvis Presley 1980s: Anwar Sadat 1990s: Yitzhak Rabin 2000s: Pope John Paul II 2010s: Osama bin Laden 2020s: George Floyd (so far...) Most significant death by centuy: 20th century: JFK 21st century: Osama bin Laden
  8. Life Is Beautiful

    15. Jimmy Carter

    Some home footage of him and Rosalynn, includes extreme social distancing of course
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    delivers a moving video tribute to Hank Aaron
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    Next FOX News headline: Even democrat President Jimmy Carter believes election was rigged, refuses to take part in inaugation.
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    Tomorrow at 9 pm, CNN will air a premiere of Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President. A very interesting documentary on his relationship to the counter-culture movement of the 70s. Another Deathlister is in this one, I will let you guess which one.
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    Biggest Miss of 2021

    Can't get bigger than this tbh.
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    The Dead of 2021

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    Biggest Miss of 2021

    Михаил Горбачов
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    Last of the Vice Presidents


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