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Botswana had two centenarians in 2020, both female. Around 75 over 95-year olds of which 16 are male, of which Chiepe and Mogwe were one eighth

 

Mogwe was most likely among the 10 oldest people in the country, possibly among the top five.

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1 hour ago, arghton said:

Botswana had two centenarians in 2020, both female. Around 75 over 95-year olds of which 16 are male, of which Chiepe and Mogwe were one eighth

 

Mogwe was most likely among the 10 oldest people in the country, possibly among the top five.

Gaositwe Chiepe is a woman. 

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36 minutes ago, drol said:

Gaositwe Chiepe is a woman. 

oh, I was fooled by stereotypes.

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Suggestions:

 

 

Erling Lorentzen (born 1923) Norwegian-Brazilian founder of Aracruz Cellulose, widower of Princess Ragnhild. Looks different, sometimes younger in every picture taken of him, doesn't seem to age despite being 98

Ele Alenius (born 1925) Finnish politician, former minister of finance and leader of SKDL in the 1960s. Survived a stroke in 2018, moved to a nursing home in 2021 but despite his health issues still actively gives interviews, a really great guy

Hazel McCallion (born 1921) Canadian politician, former mayor of Missisauga. Looks like a female Prince Philip, still working and currently a chancellor of Sheridan College. Former professional women's hockey player.

Kamuta Latasi and Tulaga Manuella (born 1936) Tuvaluan politicians: Tulaga was a governor-general and Latasi the prime minister in the mid 1990s. They're both overweight judging on pictures of them and 20 years above the male life expectancy in their country. Only 6.6% of Tuvaluans are over 65.

 

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Yuriko has already been discharged , showing her impressive abilities as an immortal. 

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On 22/02/2021 at 02:01, William1971 said:

The Queen will always be immortal

Unless she dies.

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On 02/03/2021 at 21:29, arghton said:

Suggestions:

 

 

Erling Lorentzen (born 1923) Norwegian-Brazilian founder of Aracruz Cellulose, widower of Princess Ragnhild. Looks different, sometimes younger in every picture taken of him, doesn't seem to age despite being 98

Ele Alenius (born 1925) Finnish politician, former minister of finance and leader of SKDL in the 1960s. Survived a stroke in 2018, moved to a nursing home in 2021 but despite his health issues still actively gives interviews, a really great guy

Hazel McCallion (born 1921) Canadian politician, former mayor of Missisauga. Looks like a female Prince Philip, still working and currently a chancellor of Sheridan College. Former professional women's hockey player.

Kamuta Latasi and Tulaga Manuella (born 1936) Tuvaluan politicians: Tulaga was a governor-general and Latasi the prime minister in the mid 1990s. They're both overweight judging on pictures of them and 20 years above the male life expectancy in their country. Only 6.6% of Tuvaluans are over 65.

 

No no no

Erling Lorentzen dead. Some just don't have what it takes. 

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Becoming the second person to say DILIP FUCKING KUMAR!

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Mama Sarah Onyango Obama finally dead at 99 after three years in hospital. 

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Sarah Onyango Obama (1921-2021)

 

That dork is not really my grandson!

 

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Age at death: 99

Known health issues: Spent the last two years in various hospitals because of diabetes. Suffered a severe stroke in September 2020.

Cause of death: Complications from diabetes and a stroke.

Alignment: Good person who cared about education for children. Obviously being an elder she was exploited for an electoral campaign, but that's not really her fault. As that guy was not really her grandson.

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Emmanuel Evans-Anfom (1919-2021)

 

It's time for Africa... again!

(Shakira)

 

Ghana's oldest doctor dies at 101 | Pulse Ghana

 

Age at death: 101

Known health issues: Weight ballooned in the last three years, suffering from vascular disease since his mid 90s, likely dementia sufferer, unable to hold a knife properly, bedridden for the last year of his life.

Cause of death: Natural causes.

Alignment: Former minister of Health and Education and VC of KNUST. Well-versed in philanthropic activities.

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Prince Philip gone. Lots of immortals dropping lately.

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Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021)

 

In good spirits at Easter service, a spirit five days later

 

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Age at death: 99

Known health issues: Bladder infection in 2012, surgery in 2013, hip surgery in 2018, heart surgery in 2021. Accidents and various hospitalizations throughout the years.

Cause of death: Mongrelization of the Royal Family no, not this... Meghan and Harry ... close but no cigar.... Likely heart failure.

Alignment: Gaffeur, mostly seen as a comical relief.

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Dilip Kumar (1922). The King of Them All. 98 years old an counting. If three years ago someone would say he would be still alive by now he would have been transferred to Bedlam Asylum immediately.

Bob Dole (1923). With an incredible history of hospitalizations at Walter Reed, extensive heart and lung disease and having looked like a corpse for at least seven years, this wheelchair hero deserves his high spot on the list.

Jimmy Carter (1924). Cancer survivor who seemed fucked, fall, brain hemhorrage, extremely frail. But going on nonethless. Which is amazing.

Thich Nhat Hanh (1926). Suffered a tremendous stroke in 2014, expected to be dead within months then. Went to Vietnam two years ago to "spend his last days" there. Was reported to be dying last year. Sought treatment for pneumonia in Thailand in autumn 2019. Again weak and not eating at his 94th birthday, quickly recovered.

Syed Ali Shah Geelani (1929). Has suffered from heart failure and lung disease for years. He has been on the brink on death at least four times in the last five years. In February 2020 his death seemed imminent.

Tin Oo (1927). Survived a terrible stroke and a consequent fall in 2017. Expected to be dead within days, he is still hanging around in his wheelchair with seemingly swollen legs.

Mikis Theodorakis (1925). Has suffered many heart attacks and he was reportedly "on the brink of death" (yeah, again...) last year in March.

Leslie Phillips (1924). This guy is incredible. He has suffered multiple strokes, has been on a wheelchair for years and anyway kept watching while many other beloved British actors and entertainers were wiped out in recent years.

Monica Vitti (1931)/Joanne Woodward (1930)/Carmen Sevilla (1930). Their resistance to Alzheimer's is incredible. Vitti has had a neurodegenerative illness for 17 years and counting, the other are above 10 years (not sure about Woodward).

Ma Shitu (1915). Popular writer of Sichuan, he is a three-time lung cancer survivor and also suffered from other types of cancer. Was on his deathbed in 2003, he pulled a surprise recovery. Retires in July 2020 due to failing health, likely another recurrence of cancer. Hospitalized again some months later, he bounces back as nothing even this time. A prodigy.

Meshulam Dovid Soloveitchik (1921-2021). He has been close to death many times. In December 2019 he was so much dying he was a Deathrace pick. Now he is still dying, but a human corpse like him survived a severe bout with COVID, which put him on life support and forced him to undergo tracheostomy. Now in danger for complications. But his time never comes.

Saleh Ajeery (1920). A COPD and heart failure sufferer who has been on a critical condition with COVID for two weeks. Seemingly he will test negative and be in a Meshulam-like situation. Against the unbelievable odds, again.

David Musuguri (1920). This Tanzanian general was reportedly near death at his 100th birthday due to "sever complications of diabeetus". Wheelchair bound guy is still somehow going.

Vassos Lyssarides (1920). Suffering from emphysema and heart failure, he bounced back from a critical condition ahead of his 100th birthday and itw as the second time at least.

Wan Haifeng (1920). Reportedly bedridden, selling memorabilia, and mostly unable to even speak, his moment seems to never come anyway.

Saalumarada Thimmakka (1911). Was in a critical condition some years ago, was in a bleak condition in May this year. Somehow this incredibly frail environmentalist from K'taka (also the land of Venkatasubbiah, we hail you, 108 year old fucker) looks good enough at her last appearances. K'Taka has something magical, way too many old geezers down there.

Henry Kissinger (1923). Already overweight at birth and sometimes hospitalized, at 98 he does not show any sign of impeding death.

Carlos Manha Manha Menem (1930-2021). Has suffered from double pneumonia (June 2020), heart failure (July 2020), urinary trait infection, heart failure and kidney failure (December 2020). Still, their concern is if he will be able to vote on abortion tomorrow and everyone is confident he will get out alive of this.

Fauja Fraudster Singh (1911). Age has caught up with him. Has been increasingly frail for the last two years. When?

V. S. Achuthanandan (1923) and K. R. Gowri Amma (1918). The former has survived cerebral hemorrhage and organ failure in 2018, the latter has survived a fall this summer and has been in failing health for years.

Philipose Mar Chrysostom (1918). He was so frail at his 2019 birthday that practically no celebration was held. Result: this years his younger successor died.

G. Venkatasubbiah (1913). He was still able to vote in 2019, but looked like he had lost dozens of kilos. Reportedly frail at his last birthday, still heading to 108.

Edwin Edwards (1927). He gets acute pneumonia each year, is regularly hospitalized and alway discharged within a week. This year it has happened twice. His health has been utterly frail for the last 4 years.

Jiang Zemin (1926). Fan favourite Jiang spent many months in a coma in 2012 following a heart attack. At least, that's the most plausible version, other ones including his abduction by alien zoologist to study frogs. Rumoured to be dead once in a while, had at least a serious health issues in 2017.

Hu Qili (1928) and Zou Yu (1920). They were on their deathbed respectively in 2018 and 2017. Somehow bounced back better than ever.

Emmanuel Evans-Anfom (1919-2021). Ghanaian academic administator who looked like a Goblin at 98, the like a dugong at his 100th birthday. Unable to hold a knife properly and mostly bedridden.

Florence Alice Lubega (1917). She has been wheelchair bound for years and was suffering from a "serious illness" in March this year. 

Gaositwe Chiepe (1922) and Archibald Mogwe (1921-2021). Interesting outliers of Botswana longevity. 

Chen Ning-yang (1922) and Tsung Dao-lee (1926). What surprises more about them, like the couple above, is how they share incredible longevity as unrelated people. 

Prince Philip of Edinburgh (1921-2021). Last year he seemed on his last legs. This year he is likely perfectly fine. Competes with all Indian and Chinese phenomenons on this list.

Alberto Fujimori (1938) and Mulayam Singh Yadav (1939). Far younger than the other names on this list, but their number of ailments and hospitalizations is impressive. Fujimori survived heart failure and tongue cancer, Mulayam recently beat COVID (and his wife is currently in ICU with complications)

Luis Echeverria (1922). Hospitalized a ridicolous amount of times with pneumonia, sometimes for months. In 2006 he was already in failing health with cerebrovascular disease. 

Lucia Hiriart (1922) and Leonor Oyarzun (1919). The Bad and the Good. Absolute monster Hiriart survived a serious stroke two years ago which kept her in hospital for weeks. Also congestive heart failure sufferer and morbidly overweight. Oyarzun recently survived COVID.

Lotfollah Safi Golpaygani (1919). Iranian Twelver Maraj who has looked 1000 years old for 20 years. Apparently invincible. Also a remarkable cunt.

John Rigas (1924) had terminal bladder cancer in 2016. The jailbird is still flying high as to this day. 

Sarah Onyango Obama (1922-2021) is cranky old and was hospitalized in dire conditions two years ago. Maria Nyerere (1930) has an extensive history of ill health with many hospitalizions, most notably in Kampala last year. That doesn't seems to have affected her too much.

Tran Thiem Khiem (1925) was wheelchair bound and on his last legs when he received baptism in 2018 and has grown increasingly frail.

Yuriko, Princess Mikasa (1923) is known for many health woes, most notably congestive heart failure which sent her in hospital recently. Queen Sirikit (1932) has been a zombie since the stroke she suffered in 2012 and hold the Thai record of hospitalizations. Chief Raoni Metuktire (1930) has survived severe internal bleeding with ICU hospitalization and a subsequent bout with COVID. Also widowed in 2020. Song Ping (1917) the last living hardliner from Tien An Men era, rumoured to be dead or gravely ill many times, he seemed near the end when his wife died in 2019. Kenneth Kaunda (1924) survived multiple bouts with pneumonia, has been overweight and walking with sticks for a long time. Also rumoured to have Parkinson's. Tommy Lasorda (1927-2021) has suffered at least four heart attacks and has been hospitalized many times since 2016, the last one being this past December. Still in hospital but expected to go home soon. Good for another time. VMAR Ri Yong-mu (1925) is the eldest North Korean leadership member and also the frailest. Wheelchair bound for years, he periodically disappears from ceremonies before bouncing back every time. Larry King (1933-2021) has survived heart attacks, strokes, lung cancer and possibly COVID, beside the deaths of two children. Ahmadou Mathar M'Bow (1921) is the designated Senegal immortal, so is Abdoulaye Wade (1926), who was already reported dead at least three times, all fake news. Emmanuel Milingo (1930) defrocked Zambian bishop and exorcism fraudster, has been in and out of hospital since December 2018, suffering from malaria, heart an dlung failure. Falsely announced to have died in February 2021. Mustafa Ben Halim (1921) has eaten at a Libyan McDonald's for most of his life judging by his weight. Falsely announced to have died in February 2021, insted the ghoul is "respectably immortal".

 

*copy pasting it here so others can find the list more easily.

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Well, you could simply quote the post.

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So right now it's 2 from Murica, 1 from Europe and 3 from Africa. None from Asia. Who's there from each country?

 

India

Dilip Kumar (1922)

S.A.S. Geelani (1929)

Saalumarada Thimmakka (1911)

Fauja Singh (1911)

VS Achuthanandan (1923)

KR Gowri Amma (1919)

Philipose Mar Chrysostom (1918)

G. Venkatasubbiah (1913)

Mulayam Singh Yadav (1939)

 

China

Ma Shitu (1915)

Wan Haifeng (1920)

Jiang Zemin (1926)

Hu Qili (1928)

Zou Yu (1920)

Chen Ning Yang (1922)

Tsung Dao Lee (1926, living in US)

Song Ping (1917)

 

Vietnam

Thich Nhat Hanh (1926)

Tran Thiem Khien (1925, living in US)

 

Burma

Tin Oo (1927)

 

Japan

Yuriko, Princess Mikasa (1923)

 

North Korea

Ri Yong-mu (1925)

 

Kuwait

Saleh Ajeery (1920)

 

Iran

Lotfollah Safi Golpaygani (1919)

 

Yes, I don't think about Kuwait and Iran when thinking about Asia, but let that be...

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My list of immortal-candidates, some with more health issues and some with less, most could be considered if they're still alive in around a year or two:

 

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Boris Pahor (born 1913) Slovene Necropolis author, holocaust survivor still alive and going to be 108 this year.

Arne Konrad Eldegard (born 1917) Norwegian politician. Didn't look at the camera on his 100th birthday which can be a sign of some age-related issues, but I don't know if he has any

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Eduard Kuuskor (born 1918) Estonian soldier, geologist and radio operator. Looked absolutely horrible over three years ago, speaks very unclearly. As seen in that video, needed help to stand. Looks even more skeletal nowadays.

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Hazel McCallion (born 1921) Canadian ancient politician.

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Elvy Olsson (born 1923) Swedish former Minister for Housing 1976-1978. In a wheelchair for years.

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Ele Alenius (born 1925) The Finnish Lyssarides, a former parliament member and party leader, minister in the 60s and 70s and book writer. Had a stroke in 2018 and moved to a care home in 2021.

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Nikolai Ryzhkov (born 1929) Soviet official, Gorbachev's prime minister. Suffered a serious heart attack in 1990, overweight.

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Dries Van Agt (born 1931) Dutch politician and former prime minister. Suffered a stroke in 2019 but still doing great and smoking joints.

Than Shwe (born 1933/1935) Burmese strongman and former military dictator. Has had health issues since 2006 and hasn't been seen in public for a long time despite the coup his successor organized.

Kamuta Latasi and Tulaga Manuella (born 1936) Former Tuvaluan Gov-Gen and PM. No serious health issues but extremely old for Tuvaluans.

Abdelaziz Bouteflika (born 1937) Algerian former dictator. Has been wheelchair-bound and frail for years and a laughingstock for Algerian twitterists because he's still alive.

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Paavo Lipponen (born 1941) Former Finnish prime minister. Young compared to most of the ones I've listed above but he's broken some records with heart-related issues: Hospitalized multiple times in the 1990s and 2000s, heart problems started in 2012, got a heart attack in 2017 and had an open-heart surgery and six bypass surgeries, hospitalized again in 2019. Wife doesn't live in the same house as Lipponen due to covid and Lipponen can't walk much nowadays.

Margarita Terekhova (born 1942) Russian actress. Alzheimer's since 2006, some reports say that it started to affect her badly in 2011 and still not dead. Couldn't recognize any of her family members in 2019, can't speak, bedridden and her family doesn't have money for her treatment.

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Vesa-Matti Loiri (born 1945) Finnish comedian, hospitalized tens of times during the last 50 years first for using a ton of drugs, mental problems, in the 2000s and 2010s for being extremely obese, alcohol and tobacco user, was in a wheelchair for a long time in the 2010s. In new pictures, looks like he's wearing a plastic mask of himself.

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Levon "LTP" Ter-Petrosyan (born 1945) First President of Armenia. Heavy smoker, has had colorectal cancer. One to consider if he lives around five years.

Tempt One (born 1968/1969) American graffiti artist icon extremely resisant towards ALS. He was diagnosed with it in 2003. Seems to have been bedridden for the last 9 years and communicates with his eyes. Still doing art and selling it to pay his hospital bills. As you can hear in that video from 2012 he has had near-to-death situations already back then.

 

"Animal Immortals"

Jonathan (hatched c. 1832) World's oldest tortoise, on a Saint Helena coin, internet celeb. Has lost sense of smell and is blind.

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Muja (born before 1938, probably 1935) World's oldest alligator, Belgrade Zoo celeb. Survived WW2's nazi occupation, Belgrade offensive, near-total destruction of the Belgrade zoo, NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. Parts of the alligator's leg was amputated in 2012 due to gangrene. Can't move much or hunt.

Alphabet Soup (born 1991) Breeder's Cup Classic 1996 winner. Earliest Breeder's Cup Classic winner.

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Kabosu (born 2005) Internet celebrity known from the "Doge" meme. Blind, got vestibular disease last year, frail but can still walk.

 

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On 29/03/2021 at 07:49, drol said:

Mama Sarah Onyango Obama finally dead at 99 after three years in hospital. 

And now Obama's stepmother Keziah Onyango is dead too, at 81.

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On 10/04/2021 at 21:21, arghton said:

My list of immortal-candidates, some with more health issues and some with less, most could be considered if they're still alive in around a year or two:

 

 

Boris Pahor (born 1913) Slovene Necropolis author, holocaust survivor still alive and going to be 108 this year.

Arne Konrad Eldegard (born 1917) Norwegian politician. Didn't look at the camera on his 100th birthday which can be a sign of some age-related issues, but I don't know if he has any

Eduard Kuuskor (born 1918) Estonian soldier, geologist and radio operator. Looked absolutely horrible over three years ago, speaks very unclearly. As seen in that video, needed help to stand. Looks even more skeletal nowadays.

Vassos Lyssarides (born 1920) Probably the only Cypriot that could be considered an immortal and for a number of reasons:

He's a very known political figure in his country and a former representative and political party leader. He's looked like a 120-year old G. Venkatasubbiah for the last decade and was hospitalized for breathing issues in February 2020, but survived and went on to celebrate his 100th.

Hazel McCallion (born 1921) Canadian ancient politician.

Ele Alenius (born 1925) The Finnish Lyssarides, a former parliament member and party leader, minister in the 60s and 70s and book writer. Had a stroke in 2018 and moved to a care home in 2021.

Nikolai Ryzhkov (born 1929) Soviet official, Gorbachev's prime minister. Suffered a serious heart attack in 1990, overweight.

Dries Van Agt (born 1931) Dutch politician and former prime minister. Suffered a stroke in 2019 but still doing great and smoking joints.

Than Shwe (born 1933/1935) Burmese strongman and former military dictator. Has had health issues since 2006 and hasn't been seen in public for a long time despite the coup his successor organized.

Kamuta Latasi and Tulaga Manuella (born 1936) Former Tuvaluan Gov-Gen and PM. No serious health issues but extremely old for Tuvaluans.

Abdelaziz Bouteflika (born 1937) Algerian former dictator. Has been wheelchair-bound and frail for years and a laughingstock for Algerian twitterists because he's still alive.

Paavo Lipponen (born 1941) Former Finnish prime minister. Young compared to most of the ones I've listed above but he's broken some records with heart-related issues: Hospitalized multiple times in the 1990s and 2000s, heart problems started in 2012, got a heart attack in 2017 and had an open-heart surgery and six bypass surgeries, hospitalized again in 2019. Wife doesn't live in the same house as Lipponen due to covid and Lipponen can't walk much nowadays.

Margarita Terekhova (born 1942) Russian actress. Alzheimer's since 2006, some reports say that it started to affect her badly in 2011 and still not dead. Couldn't recognize any of her family members in 2019, can't speak, bedridden and her family doesn't have money for her treatment.

Vesa-Matti Loiri (born 1945) Finnish comedian, hospitalized tens of times during the last 50 years first for using a ton of drugs, mental problems, in the 2000s and 2010s for being extremely obese, alcohol and tobacco user, was in a wheelchair for a long time in the 2010s. In new pictures, looks like he's wearing a plastic mask of himself.

Levon "LTP" Ter-Petrosyan (born 1945) First President of Armenia. Heavy smoker, has had colorectal cancer. One to consider if he lives around five years.

Tempt One (born 1968/1969) American graffiti artist icon extremely resisant towards ALS. He was diagnosed with it in 2003. Seems to have been bedridden for the last 9 years and communicates with his eyes. Still doing art and selling it to pay his hospital bills. As you can hear in that video from 2012 he has had near-to-death situations already back then.

 

 

Lyssarides already on the list.

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Ganjam Venkatasubbiah (1913-2021)

 

ಅವನು ಸತ್ತಿದ್ದಾನೆ, ಜಿಮ್!

 

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Age at death: 107

Known health issues: Unable to walk or even speak, extensive history of kidney disease.

Cause of death: Kidney failure.

Alignment: Kannada foremost lexicographer and adamant follower of Gandhi.

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On 10/04/2021 at 22:21, arghton said:

My list of immortal-candidates...

Paavo Lipponen (born 1941) Former Finnish prime minister. Young compared to most of the ones I've listed above but he's broken some records with heart-related issues: Hospitalized multiple times in the 1990s and 2000s, heart problems started in 2012, got a heart attack in 2017 and had an open-heart surgery and six bypass surgeries, hospitalized again in 2019. Wife doesn't live in the same house as Lipponen due to covid and Lipponen can't walk much nowadays.

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https://www.apu.fi/artikkelit/paavo-lipponen-80-sanna-marinin-vahattelyssa-naisvastaisuutta

Celebrating his 80th birthday and looks amazing for a 80 year old with a history of heart problems. Mentions that he's in a physically bad shape, tired all the time and jokes about having been operated in four different hospitals in Helsinki. Has lately enjoyed watching Anne with an E and Poirots.

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Gowri Amma not dead, but in ICU. 

Obviously improving as she is an immortal.

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On 23/04/2021 at 22:41, drol said:

Gowri Amma not dead, but in ICU. 

Obviously improving as she is an immortal.

Now in a critical condition.

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