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i need to know who is the oldest living person in this world :banghead:

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i need to know who is the oldest living person in this world  :banghead:

But you did not need to create 2 identical threads in the deathlist.net forum to find out this information. You could have just as quickly done a search on google.

 

In regard to your question, I hope that this helps.

 

Regards,

 

ff

 

World's Oldest Living Person

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Deathlist Boy i try to figure out why you post multiple threads on

the same subject. I think maybe your a young child who has a computer and you discovered a websight in which you don't have any buesness posting on at all.

I think u have been asked quite a few number of times to post only once on

a topic or post in the proper thread that is set up for a certin subject

"Exsample" If you have an idea for 2006 you would post in the

ideas and possibilitys thread. I understand u may not know because

you appear to be young. Then theres always the possibility that

someone is frauding to act young like they have no idea how to post.

I guess they would think that it is simmaler to being there deathlist chararter

an annoying useless fruity child that makes posts that quite frankly

no one could give a Fu*k about. I don't really know how to disclose this issue with the deathlist boy. I wonder if theres anyway to block a member from posting?

If theres anyway that some of the administrators like the Reaper or Stayin Alive or even the Death Watch Beatle could block the deathlistboy from any further posts that would be a big help the to deathlist commite.

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The oldest man in Britain was 109 the other day.

 

I think the oldest woman in the world is about 120 & lives in Japan.

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Hear, hear Banshees!

 

Not sure that DLB has the concentration necessary to read and understand such a long post though, even though you obviously went to some trouble to formulate it in ways which should be familiar to him.

 

Let's hope he gets the message. That smiley is starting to get a bit annoying, when it appears on a new thread.

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Today Mss Hendrikje De Andel-Schipper is celebrating her 115th bithday today. She holds the record for over a year now.

 

Wiki link.

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Maria Strelnikova was born March 15, 1890, making her 125 years old. ;)

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Maria Strelnikova was born  March 15, 1890, making her 125 years old. ;)

Your math is a bit off..That would only make her 115..

 

The world record book is also off a bit. The oldest women

was 128. Her lifespan was 1875 - 2003.

 

http://www.thedominican.net/articles/pampo.htm

 

I think the oldest living women was born circa 1880.

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To my knowledge, no man or woman has been categorically proved to have lived to the age of 128. The most widely accepted record holder is Jeanne Calment who died a few years ago aged 122. Before her there was a Japanese man who lived to 120. So it's possible that a 115 year old is the world's oldest living person.

 

Sill not really famous though.

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Sill not really famous though.

Agreed. It's just discussion with the worlds oldest and the

remaining WW1 vets and also the titanic survivors.

 

It's not celebritys type fame. It's just not deathlist material.

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that man had better get some water, I believe his trousers are aflame. And his nose, it's the length of a telegraph cable. Convenient the way the world's oldest claimants are always from countries which are too ass-backward to have any hope of official records to verify their true age.

 

I'd almost vote to put this guy on the list for '06 just for the sheer satisfaction I for one would dervive upon reading of his demise. But he's not famous enough, and being a blatant liar doesn't help his cause either.

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Ronnie my man, I take your point but 'Ass backward' countries to the generation currently making up the worlds oldest living people also includes parts of the USA and Europe.

 

Sonny Liston - an American probably born in the 1920s - has no birth certificate. He - apparantly - never knew his true age. His official ages listed as he registered as a boxer disagree with each other. Either way, were he still alive he'd be mid seventies at the oldest

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Guest Robert Young
In no way do we pretend to be the best death list, the most successful death list or the definitive word in death lists. It's just our death list and this is how we do it.

 

Success is measured against how we did it in previous years and for ease of comparison we try to do it the same way each year. i.e. we meet in the pub, argue a lot and then the Grim Reaper goes home and mis-types up the results

 

I'm happy with that format anyway. Viva the Death List - long may it prosper.

It's a shame that ALL of the below posts are MISINFORMATION.

 

1. The official 'world's oldest person' has died ONCE, not SIX TIMES, this year. Hendrikje Van Andel's Aug 30 2005 death was preceded by Ramona Trinidad Iglesias-Jordan--May 29 2004. The prior death to that was in Nov 2003.

 

2. There is no validated 125-year-old.

 

3. Calment holds the all-time record, but she is no longer living.

 

4. No official person from 1880.

 

5. The Dominican claim to age 128 is UNVALIDATED. The "records" were written in the year 2000, that doesn't prove birth in 1875.

 

:sicktherm:

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It's a shame that ALL of the below posts are MISINFORMATION.

 

Strange, the only posts below that statement were made by, er, Robert Young. Rather foolish to post statements that you know are misinforming, I would have thought.

 

The official 'world's oldest person' has died ONCE, not SIX TIMES, this year

 

With the exception of Jesus, Lazarus and bad comedians, I thought everybody only died once and not six times. Some people obviously just can't make their minds up!

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The UK's oldest person has died aged 113

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I'd take issue with one statement in that report. Surely, anyone who was born before 1901 has lived through the reigns of six monarchs (assuming, of course, that they lived in the UK or a Commonwealth country). They might not be able to recall much of Queen Victoria, though.

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I was born in Ulan Bator in 1863, and therefore turned 142 this year. Unfortunately all documents relating to my birth and the first 105 years of life were destroyed in a fire.

 

It's true.

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it is physically impossible for a human being to live till 130 i have been informed by a doctor so th at man is lying

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I'd take issue with one statement in that report. Surely, anyone who was born before 1901 has lived through the reigns of six monarchs (assuming, of course, that they lived in the UK or a Commonwealth country). They might not be able to recall much of Queen Victoria, though.

She didn't live through the reigns of six monarchs. She was alive during only part of the reigns of Victoria and the present monarch.

 

In order to live through the reigns of all six, she would have had to have been born at the latest in 1837 and couldn't die until after Elizabeth II dies or abdicates.

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it is physically impossible for a human being to live till 130 i have been informed by a doctor so th at man is lying

 

My mother was informed by a doctor that smoking was 'good for your nerves, luv.'

 

Doctors eh?

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I'd take issue with one statement in that report. Surely, anyone who was born before 1901 has lived through the reigns of six monarchs (assuming, of course, that they lived in the UK or a Commonwealth country). They might not be able to recall much of Queen Victoria, though.

She didn't live through the reigns of six monarchs. She was alive during only part of the reigns of Victoria and the present monarch.

 

In order to live through the reigns of all six, she would have had to have been born at the latest in 1837 and couldn't die until after Elizabeth II dies or abdicates.

You're right, of course, but I'm sure the report said "five monarchs" earlier. :lol: In any case it should have been four, in which case someone would only have needed to live from 1900 to 1953, not very impressive really.

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i have been informed by a doctor so that man is lying

And you can always trust a doctor.... ;)

 

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