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14. Javier Perez De Cuellar

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29 He once drank Oliver Read under the table in a pub in Ireland in the late 1980's.

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30. He once drank Oliver Bierhoff under the table in a pub in Berlin in the mid 1990s

31. He once drank Oliver McCall under the table in a pub in Detroit in the early 1990s

32. He once drank Oliver Cromwell under the table in a pub in Huntingdon in the late 1630s.

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33. He is the real Jesus that has been told about in the Bible.

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33a. He started the deathlist marathon on december 31st 2013.

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35. He doesn't believe that 34 is a real number. 

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29. Sang backing vocals on several tracks on the Kate Bush album The Red Shoes.

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RIP to all the users who saw this thread was hot and assumed ol' Javy was dead.

 

(And RIP to all the users who saw my comment, saw "RIP", which strengthened their assumption that ol' Javy was dead)

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38.  He rode in the Grand National four times.

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39. He's the one who tripped Boutros-Boutros Ghali

40. This is the number of times World leaders said about him: "Who?"

41. Once participated in a "buddy trip" with Ronald Reagan and Ali Khamenei. Still denies it to this day.

When asked about it in 2003, Former President Reagan said: "Who's this Javier? Ali Who? And who am I?"

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5 minutes ago, Life Is Beautiful said:

When asked about it in 2003, Former President Reagan said: "Who's this Javier? Ali Who? And who am I?"

He's Peter Falk. 

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42. He nearly married the most titled aristocrat in the world Dona María del Rosario Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart y de Silva 18th Duchess of Alba, Grandee of Spain 15th Duchess of Aliaga, Grandee of Spain 13th Duchess of Almazán, Grandee of Spain 4th Duchess of Arjona, Grandee of Spain 11th Duchess of Berwick, Grandee of Spain 17th Duchess of Híjar, Grandee of Spain 11th Duchess of Liria and Jérica, Grandee of Spain 11th Duchess of Montoro, Grandee of Spain 12th Countess-Duchess of Olivares, Grandee of Spain 17th Marchioness of the Carpio, Grandee of Spain 10th Marchioness of San Vicente del Barco, Grandee of Spain 16th Marchioness of La Algaba 16th Marchioness of Almenara 18th Marchioness of Barcarrota 10th Marchioness of Castañeda 23rd Marchioness of Coria 14th Marchioness of Eliche 16th Marchioness of Mirallo 20th Marchioness of la Mota 20th Marchioness of Moya 17th Marchioness of Orani 12th Marchioness of Osera 14th Marchioness of San Leonardo 19th Marchioness of Sarria 12th Marchioness of Tarazona 15th Marchioness of Valdunquillo 18th Marchioness of Villanueva del Fresno 17th Marchioness of Villanueva del Río 27th Countess of Aranda, Grandee of Spain 22nd Countess of Lemos, Grandee of Spain 20th Countess of Lerín, Grandee of Spain, Constabless of Navarre 20th Countess of Miranda del Castañar, Grandee of Spain 16th Countess of Monterrey, Grandee of Spain 20th Countess of Osorno, Grandee of Spain 18th Countess of Palma del Río, Grandee of Spain 12th Countess of Salvatierra, Grandee of Spain 22nd Countess of Siruela, Grandee of Spain 19th Countess of Andrade 14th Countess of Ayala 16th Countess of Casarrubios del Monte 16th Countess of Fuentes de Valdepero 11th Countess of Fuentidueña 17th Countess of Galve 18th Countess of Gelves 16th Countess of Guimerá 21st Countess of Modica (Kingdom of Sicily) 24th Countess of Ribadeo 25th Countess of San Esteban de Gormaz 12th Countess of Santa Cruz de la Sierra 20th Countess of Villalba 12th Viscountess of la Calzada 29th Lady of Moguer but didn`t want to have a double name.

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43. Has a third eyebrow on his forehead, which he routinely shaved during his tenure at the UN. Boutros Boutros-Ghali was reported to have seen the eyebrow unshaved in one instance and remarked "Something at the UN even funnier than my name!".

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45. Makes a cameo appearance on Iggy Pop's album Lust For Life when he played the triangle that couldn't be heard on The Passenger. 

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46. He died in August 2017 to become 2017 DL's 11th hit. 

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Oh, when I saw this post...

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A try does not cost anything.

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47. He claimed that he was possibly abducted by aliens in November of 1989.

(Yes, this is a real fact.)

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48. Aliens claimed they were abducted by him and forced to watch the entire Are You Being Served DVD boxset before being allowed to return to their home planet.

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50.  Discovered a cure for cancer, ALS, Multiple Sklerosis, COPD & Alzheimer's in the early 1940s, but his pet alpaca ate up all his papers. Out of frustration, Javier tried to drown himself in Lake Titicaca but the alpaca saved him and they both reconciled after a long and loving hug.

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51. Known for suggesting that those who pick their nose and eat it on a regular basis are almost never sick. 

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5 minutes ago, Predictor said:

50.  Discovered a cure for cancer, ALS, Multiple Sklerosis, COPD & Alzheimer's in the early 1940s, but his pet alpaca ate up all his papers. Out of frustration, Javier tried to drown himself in Lake Titicaca but the alpaca saved him and they both reconciled after a long and loving hug.

 

52. This real life story was the inspiration for popular 1980s sitcom Cheers. The alpaca was played by George Wendt.

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53 Coined the Peter Falk has Alzheimers line 

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