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2 hours ago, Predictor said:

I'm going to make a bold prediction of how the events will unfold:

 

Olivia sues FX ---> Catherine Zeta-Jones (who portrayed Olivia) gets mad at Olivia ---> Kirk Douglas meddles in the conflict by writing an editorial in Huffington Post defending CZJ and bashing Olivia ---> Olivia & Kirk initiate a vicious verbal feud ---> Both croak of exhaustion towards the end of the year, which contributes to the DL 2017 breaking the DL record ---> FX produces a series of episodes called Feud: Olivia and Kirk that depict the centenarians' fight.

I thought you were going for an Olivia-Kirk-hate fuck scenario.

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4 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

I thought you were going for an Olivia-Kirk-hate fuck scenario.

 

That really would lead to a quick Deathlist double hit.

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Still think series 2 of Feud should be about Rodney Bewes and James Bolam

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25 minutes ago, RobertMugabe said:

RIP, loved her in sound of music. 

RM

I bet you've never even heard a sound of music in your lifetime...

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On 2017-07-02 at 19:35, RadGuy said:

Honestly, for the past couple of months I've been expecting her to die before her 101st birthday because of this:

 

Jean Rouverol did die aged 100, back in March.

 

But Olivia lives on...

Oh, I forgot about that theory. Well, I suppose one could argue that the person who got to play Hermia should logically live longer than the other two. ^_^

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Olivia de H forever

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11 hours ago, CaptainChorizo said:

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What a badass

I sort of feel that declaring that she was 101 years old (at the time of signing the declaration) was kind of unnecessary after she'd already declared that she had been born on the 1st of July, 1916. Like I know lawyers and judges are not always great at maths, but a simple subtraction (2017-1916) should not be beyond their abilities.

 

Is she trying to show off or gain the sympathy of the jury?

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On 03/07/2017 at 00:56, Joey Russ said:

I bet you've never even heard a sound of music in your lifetime...

He coulda borrowed it off Kim Jong Il 

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Who is that gorgeous lady that Rob Schneider is dancing with?

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Doesn’t mean that it’ll stop them from choosing her again. 

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2 hours ago, Éricles Souza said:

 

You've been pursuing Olivia since 2004 and she's still alive today

Some of those early picks were bad because she looked ok in public, but I think about 3-5 years ago she passed a point where she is too old and too big to miss.

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4 minutes ago, CaptainChorizo said:

Some of those early picks were bad because she looked ok in public, but I think about 3-5 years ago she passed a point where she is too old and too big to miss.

The way she's the fall, I think she'll live at least until the 110 years

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I don't know about 110, but I think it's fair to say that she will beat Luise Rainer's record and become the oldest Academy Award winner in any category.

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On 1/1/2018 at 21:41, Éricles Souza said:

 

You've been pursuing Olivia since 2004 and she's still alive today

If they dropped her she'd certainly die. So we'll just have to keep her on until she dies. Could be tomorrow, could be 10 years from now. I say she lives to 104.

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18 minutes ago, Nasquacker said:

If they dropped her she'd certainly die. So we'll just have to keep her on until she dies. Could be tomorrow, could be 10 years from now. I say she lives to 104.

 

Who is "we"?

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3 hours ago, Toast said:

 

Who is "we"?

The committee. And me for my shadowlist.

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Just now, Nasquacker said:

The committee. 

But we are not members of the committee. We are members of this forum. Big difference...

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Never understand why people get mad when newbies use "We." They probably just made their first shadow list and are, as well as the committee for their own list, anticipating somebodies death, in this case he was probably saying he and the committee will probably keep Olivia de Havilland on the list until she dies, therefore used the pronoun We to convey his point that other people along with him will likely keep de Havilland on their lists.

Hell, I sometimes unintentionally use it. Overall, it shouldn't be this important.

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