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We (cough... drol...) like to complain that nobody dies, but honestly, we lost quite a few veterans/mascots in the past year. Starting with Billy Graham, Karunanidhi, Tiwari, Overton and now Sri Sri. We lost a couple of eternal heads of state as well.

Of course, Le Duc Anh still remains. And Kumar. And those who populate the upper regions of the deathlist. 

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Oh and it also shows how deceiving the Indian press can be... selling a "going home to die" event as a "miraculous recovery".

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48 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

We (cough... drol...) like to complain that nobody dies, but honestly, we lost quite a few veterans/mascots in the past year. Starting with Billy Graham, Karunanidhi, Tiwari, Overton and now Sri Sri. We lost a couple of eternal heads of state as well.

Of course, Le Duc Anh still remains. And Kumar. And those who populate the upper regions of the deathlist. 

Usual suspects. But one day, in a remote future, we'll read General Anh's obituary ....

 

Anyway some go some new arrive. Balbir Singh, whose children have just declared will make it to 100 on Facebook, and Li Rui (almost a year in hospital with multiple organ failure, on life support since the end of November) are excellent newcomers in the immortal list. Surely the Seer was the most immortal of them all, probably rivaled only by dear General Anh.

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5 hours ago, Death Impends said:

RIP to one of the grand cult heroes of DeathList. Death can only be a relief at this point, those final months if not years looked a pretty miserable existence.

and yet he was never on the list ! :huh:

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I mean in terms of forum popularity, as opposed to being on the list itself.

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RIP. 

 

All kidding aside, it's wonderfully amazing to continue doing humanitarian work until the very last days of your 111 year old existence.

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