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Despite the political machinations clogging up the news media it's gratifying to see the Daily Telegraph amongst those covering the death of Florrie Baldwin...........and bringing in the dead pool bacon for those of us who picked her on a team or two.

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Turinah Masih Sehat, 157, with an adopted daughter of 108, maybe. Sorry it's in foreign but the take home message is not dried banana skins but clove cigarettes ;)

 

http://news.fr.msn.com/m6-actualite/insoli...entid=153678233

 

and wiki had it in Dutch, lucky for some!

 

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turinah_Masih_Sehat

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Turinah Masih Sehat, 157, with an adopted daughter of 108, maybe. Sorry it's in foreign but the take home message is not dried banana skins but clove cigarettes ^_^

 

http://news.fr.msn.com/m6-actualite/insoli...entid=153678233

 

and wiki had it in Dutch, lucky for some!

 

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turinah_Masih_Sehat

 

 

That is impossible - nobody has ever lived to 157 !!

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Turinah Masih Sehat, 157, with an adopted daughter of 108, maybe. Sorry it's in foreign but the take home message is not dried banana skins but clove cigarettes ^_^

 

http://news.fr.msn.com/m6-actualite/insoli...entid=153678233

 

and wiki had it in Dutch, lucky for some!

 

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turinah_Masih_Sehat

 

 

That is impossible - nobody has ever lived to 157 !!

 

wanna bet?

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According to the BBC news site American scientists have developed a method to predict what chances individuals have to live beyond 100. We need to know more about this. We also need genetic information of our favourite celebrities.

 

regards,

Hein

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Smoking seaweed, dipping snuff, and an occasional shot of whiskey will get you past 100, easy.

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Eunice Bowman dead at 111.

 

Points for Maryport?

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Eunice Bowman dead at 111.

 

Points for Maryport?

 

Nope...

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YES!

 

Nine points in the six month deadpool, she was a few years short of 120.

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YES!

 

Nine points in the six month deadpool, she was a few years short of 120.

 

 

Oh I didn't know you had her in another pool...

 

Carry on...

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Ivy Bean, the world's oldest user of Twitter and Facebook has died aged 104. A unique and joker pick for Not Gone Yet, But Still Forgotten.

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Tokyo's oldest citizen goes missing.

 

This explains why Japan has had such a good record for long life. Turns out they just have a very bad record of benefit theft. :)

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And the Telegraph reported Winnie's demise.

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Winnie Langley, "Britain's oldest smoker" dead at 102.

 

Somebody's reading this website and informing newspapers, I'm sure of it. It's almost as if the Deathlist forum is a news gathering agency for stiffs!

 

She was only mentioned yesterday and she died on July 27th. I had her listed in the List of the Lost and ready to be uploaded.

 

Then wham! The Torygraph come up with the obit...

 

Congrats to whoever picked her!

 

Means updating the monthly figures too... :banghead:

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Tokyo's oldest citizen goes missing.

 

This explains why Japan has had such a good record for long life. Turns out they just have a very bad record of benefit theft. :crossbone:

 

Another one found dead...in her son's backpack.

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Has anyone done the "Hey, why does Britain's oldest person keep dying, must be a dangerous job? Eh? Eh?" gag in this thread yet?

 

Annie Turnbull dead at 111.

 

Beat me to it Spade. I couldn't find the damn thread.

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Queen Annie is dead, short-live Queen Elsie

 

At her 110th birthday, Steele recited a poem by Pam Ayres about the joys of old age.[3]

 

We'll, she's dead inside already at least.

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