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On 10/04/2020 at 13:16, Lafaucheuse said:

Also, ksenia Tripolitova, Russian ballet dancer die at 104 yesterday but no hit...

And today educationalist and centenarian Phyllis Wallbank died.

 

death 10, deadpoolers 0

 

When do you think we'll see the first hit?

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39 minutes ago, SusanStoHelit said:

And today educationalist and centenarian Phyllis Wallbank died.

 

death 10, deadpoolers 0

 

When do you think we'll see the first hit?


I think this is a great idea for a deadpool.

It will work a lot better if the names on page one are increased to about 300 centenarians as it will encourage the people playing to be a little more diverse with who they're picking.

I may join in eventually. In the meantime, a few names worth adding: Betty Brodel, Don Marion Davis and Caren Marsh Doll from the acting world, Dame Frances Campbell-Preston and Sir Lloyd Geering, and bishops Gerard Dionne and Laurent Noel.

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1 hour ago, Ulitzer95 said:


I think this is a great idea for a deadpool.

It will work a lot better if the names on page one are increased to about 300 centenarians as it will encourage the people playing to be a little more diverse with who they're picking.

I may join in eventually. In the meantime, a few names worth adding: Betty Brodel, Don Marion Davis and Caren Marsh Doll from the acting world, Dame Frances Campbell-Preston and Sir Lloyd Geering, and bishops Gerard Dionne and Laurent Noel.

Thanks for your words, I will consider increasing centenarians's names in page one, I just put names used in teams. I hope you join eventually...

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10 hours ago, Ulitzer95 said:


I think this is a great idea for a deadpool.

It will work a lot better if the names on page one are increased to about 300 centenarians as it will encourage the people playing to be a little more diverse with who they're picking.

I may join in eventually. In the meantime, a few names worth adding: Betty Brodel, Don Marion Davis and Caren Marsh Doll from the acting world, Dame Frances Campbell-Preston and Sir Lloyd Geering, and bishops Gerard Dionne and Laurent Noel.

I think you're not limited to the names on page 1, that's just the list of names already in teams.

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Aaaah okay, I didn't grasp the rules correctly. I thought you had to pick from the list!

I may submit a list of unique names later then.

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Not too late to join, is it?

 

1. Dagny Carlsson

2. Gösta Vestlund

3. Sylva Åkesson

4. Kerstin Bränngård

5. Siri Stening

6. Gösta Thorstorp

7. Gertrud Zetterholm

8. Aino Käärik

9. Ingrid Hansson

10. Gerd Göran

11. Maj-Britt Håkansson

12. Sven Nilsson

13. Kajsa Telander

14. Lis Husberg

15. Linnea Hörlen

 

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2 hours ago, Predictor said:

Not too late to join, is it?

 

1. Dagny Carlsson

2. Gösta Vestlund

3. Sylva Åkesson

4. Kerstin Bränngård

5. Siri Stening

6. Gösta Thorstorp

7. Gertrud Zetterholm

8. Aino Käärik

9. Ingrid Hansson

10. Gerd Göran

11. Maj-Britt Håkansson

12. Sven Nilsson

13. Kajsa Telander

14. Lis Husberg

15. Linnea Hörlen

 

You are in, good luck.

Edit: I can't find about Ingrid Hansson and Sven Nilsson.

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So every centenarian picked in this game becomes authomatically immortal, as far as I understand.

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Hits:

2020:

Aldo Mongiano: b. 1919 november 1, d. 2020 april 15, italian-born brazil-based bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.

Kerstin Bränngård: b. 1917 may 28, d. 2020 april 19, swedish painter and textile artist.

Wilfried de Beauclair: b. 1912 april 4, d. 2020 april 22, german engineer, his work in automated computer technology made him one of the computer pioneers of first generation.

Jack Reynolds: b. 1912 april 6, d. 2020 april 25, british who holded four Guinness World Records titles, he became the oldest person to get their first tattoo, the oldest person to ride a roller coaster, the oldest person to ride a zip wire, and the oldest person to star in a television soap opera when filmed a scene for Hollyoaks.

Siri Maria Stening: b. 1918 january 12, d. 2020 april 27, swedish painter.

Jean Erdman: b. 1916 february 20, d. 2020 may 4, american dancer and choreographer of modern dance, she distinguished herself as a principal dancer in Graham's company in solo roles, Erdman was the founding president of the Joseph Campbell Foundation and continued as its president emerita until her death.

Hutton Peter Gibson: b. 1918 august 26 d. 2020 may 11, american writer on sedavacantism and World War II veteran, also he was actor and director Mel Gibson's father.

Anna Margaret "Annie" Glenn: b. 1920 february 17, d. 2020 may 19, american advocate for people with disabilities and communication disorders, she was the widow of former astronaut and senator John Glenn.

Hyun Soong-jong: b. 1919 january 26, d. 2020 may 25, south korean politician, he served as Prime Minister from 1992 to 1993. 

Arthur Louis Thurlow: b. 1913 may 5, d. 2020 may 27, canadian politician and judge, he represented the electoral district of Lunenburg County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1949 to 1953.

Robert  "Bob" Weighton: b. 1908 march 29, d. 2020 may 28, british supercentenarian, he was the oldest living man in the world from february 23 until his death.

Dame Vera Margaret Lynn: b. 1917 march 20,  d. 2020 june 18, english singer, songwriter and actress, known as the Forces' Sweetheart for giving outdoors concerts for the troops during World War II.

Bernardino Piñera Carvallo: b. 1915 september 22, d. 2020 june 21, chilean bishop of the Catholic Church, he attended the Second Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965, also he was uncle of Sebastian Piñera president of Chile.

Pappukutty Bhagavathar: b. 1913 march 29, d. 2020 june 22, indian film singer and actor, he was the father of actor Mohan Jose and playback singer Selma George.

Earlston "Earl" J. Cameron: b. 1917 august 8, d. 2020 july 3, british actor born in Bermuda, known as one of the first black actors to break the colour bar in the United Kingdom.

Eleanor Sokoloff: b. 1914 june 16, d. 2020 july 12, american pianist and piano teacher, she has taught on the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music.

Frank Popper: b. 1918 april 17, d. 2020 july 12, czech historian of art and technology, he was Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII.

Linnea Hörlén: b. 1920 march 19, d. 2020 july 20, swedish assistant professor and politician.

Dame Olivia Mary de Havilland: b. 1916 july 1, d. 2020 july 26, british-french-american actress born in Japan, her career spanning from 1935 to 1988 appearing in 49 featured films, she won two Oscars Awards.

Eric Russell Bentley: b. 1916 september 14, d. 2020 august 5, british-born american theater critic, playwright, singer, editor and translator, he was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame and into the New York Theater Hall of Fame.

Marvin Creamer: b. 1916 january 24, d. 2020 august 12, american sailor and former college professor, he circumnavigated the globe without a compass, sextant, watch or other instrument.

Harold Joseph Singer: b. 1919 october 8,  d. august 18, american R&B and Jazz bandleader and saxophonist, known as Hal "Cornbread" Singer, he was the last male survivor of the Tulsa race riot.

Arnold Meyer Spielberg: b. 1917 february 6, d. 2020, august 25, american electrical engineer, known for design GE-200 series. He was film director Steven Spielberg's father.

Robert Finkelstein: b. 1916 march 26, d. 2020 august 27, american theoretical physicist, specializing in elementary particle physics.

Irving Allan Kanarek: b. 1920 may 12, d. 2020 september 2, american former criminal defense attorney, known for representing Charles Manson and "Onion Field" killer Jimmy Lee Smith.

Lotte Strauss: b. 1913 august 2, d. 2020 september 6, german author, known by her book Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943. 

Henrietta Boggs: b. 1918 may 6, d. 2020 september 9, costa rican-american author, journalist and activist, she served as First Lady of Costa Rica.

Gösta Vestlund: b. 1913 june 15, d. 2020 october 5, swedish writer, teacher and Doctor of Philosophy.

Gertrud Zetterholm: b. 1918 april 1, d. 2020 october 9, swedish translator, writer and journalist.

Donald Pellmann: b. 1915 august 12, d. 2020 october 11, american multi-world-record-settings masters athlete.

Roberta McCain: b. 1912 february 7, d. 2020 october 12, american matriarch, socialite, she was the widow of John McCain Jr. and mother of John McCain III and Joe McCain. 

John Henderson: b. 1912 december 24, d. 2020 october 16, former american football player, he played four seasons as a guard for the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns.

Marjorie Celeste "Marge" Champion: b. 1919 september 2, d. 2020 october 21, american dancer and actress, she was hired by the Walt Disney Studio as a dance model for their animated films Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio and Fantasia.

Viola Smith: b. 1912 november 29, d. 2020 october 21, american drummer, known for her work in orchestras, swing band and popular music, she was one of the first professional female drummers. 

Damián Iguacén Borau: b. 1916 february 12, d. 2020 november 24, spanish bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.

Dame Fanny Waterman: b. 1920 March 22,  d. 2020 december 20, british piano teacher, she was appointed DBE in 2005 New Year Honours for services to music.

Ronald Henry Atkins: b. 1916 june 13, d. 2020 december 30, welsh labour politician, he served as the Member of Parliament for Preston North.

 

2021:

Sir Brian Edward Urquhart: b. 1919 february 28, d. 2021 january 2, british World War II veteran, author and international civil servant, he served as Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Michael Norman Shaw, Baron Shaw of Northstead: b. 1920 october 9, d. 2021 january 8, british politician, he was a National Liberal and Conservative Party member, he served as a Member of Parliament from 1960 to 1964 and again from 1966 to 1992.

Sinclair Hood: 1917, january 31, d. 2021 january 18, british archaeologist and academic, he was director of the British School of Archaeology at Athens from 1954 to 1962.

Walter Bernstein: b. 1919 august 20, d. 2021 january 23, american screenwriter and film producer, he was a television director and producer, he was blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studios in the 1950s.

Captain Sir Thomas "Tom" Moore: b. 1920 april 30, d. 2021 february 2, british former soldier, known as Captain Tom, he served in India and in the Burma campaign during the World War II, he began a walk around his garden in aid of NHS Charities Together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ruth Dayan: b. 1917, march 6, d. 2021 february 5, israeli fashion designer, social activist and first wife of  israeli general and defense minister Moshe Dayan.

George Shultz: b. 1920 december 13, d. 2021 february 6, american economist, politician and businessman, he served under three diferent presidents in various positions.

Stewart Prestley Blake: b. 1914 november 26, d. 2021 february 11, american businessman, he is a co-founder of the Friendly Ice Cream Corporation (Friendly's).

Lawrence Ferlinghetti: b. 1919 march 24, d. 2021 february 22, american poet, painter, social activist and co-founder of City Lights, known by his first collection of poems A Coney Island of the Mind.

Raymond Cauchetier: b. 1920 january 10, d. 2021 february 22, french photographer, known for his work as the set photographer from 1959 to 1968 on many of the seminal films of the french new wave.

Leroy J. Manor: b. 1921 february 21, d. 2021 february 25, american retired United States Air Force Lieutenant General.

Toko Shinoda: b. 1913 march 28, d. 2021 march 1, japanese artist working with sumi ink paintings and prints, her works had been exhibited in the Hague National Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Carl J. Shapiro: b. 1913 february 15, d. 2021 march 7, american businessman and philantropist, he founded Kay Windsor Inc., also he was director of Vanity Fair Corp.

Beverly Cleary: b. 1916 april 12, d. 2021 march 25, american writer of children's and young adult fiction, known by series of children's literature novels like Henry Huggins series.

Dame Louise Horne: b. 1912 may 12, d. 2021 march 28, trinidadian former politician and nutritionist, she introduced the schools meal programme, she served as an independent senator in the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago.

Ganjam Venkatasubbiah: b. 1913 august 23, d. 2021 april 19, indian kannada writer, grammarian, editor, lexicographer and editor, he has compilated over eight dictionaries, authored four seminal works on dictionary science in kannada, edited over sixty books and published several papers.

Anne Buydens: b. 1919 april 23, d. 2021 april 29, german-born american philantropist, producer and occasional actress, Kirk Douglas's wife.

Yegor Kuzmich Ligachyov: b. 1920 november 29, d. 2021 may 7, soviet politician, he was a high-ranking official in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

Karl-Günther von Hase: b. 1917 december 15, d. 2021 may 9, german former diplomat and Secretary of State.

Norman Lloyd: b. 1914 november 8, d. 2021 may 11, american actor, producer and director, his career spanning from 1923 to 2015,  he worked in theatre, radio, television and film.

Lester Lionel Wolff: b. 1919 january 4, d. 2021 may 11, american retired politician and former democratic member of the US House of Representatives from New York, he served as president of the international Trade and Development Agency, he is the oldest living former member of the House of Representatives.

Kenneth George Mayhew: b. 1917 january 18, d. 2021 may 14, british army veteran of the World War II, he was one of the recipients of the Military William Order, the highest honour of the kingdom of the Netherlands. 

Robert Marchand: b. 1911 november 26, d. 2021 may 22, french cyclist, also he was firefighter, prisoner-of-war, lorry driver, sugarcane planter, lumberjack, gardener, wine dealer and member of the French Communist Party and CGT Trade Union.

Jeanne Bot: b. 1905 january 14, d. 2021 may 22, french supercentenarian.

Anna Halprin: b. 1920 july 13, d. 2021 may 24, american dancer, she helped redefine dance postwar America and pioneer the postmodern dance.

Gottfried Böhm: b. 1920 january 23, d. 2021 june 9, german architect and sculptor, known by creating highly sculptural buildings made of concrete, steel and glass, he became the first german architect to be awarded with Pritzker Prize.

Vance Trimble: b. 1913 july 6, d. 2021 june 16, american journalist, he won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting in recognition of his exposé of nepotism and payroll abusein the U.S. Congress.

Sarah Lilian Priest: b. 1908 november 7, d. 2021 june 21, british supercentenarian.

Lambert Mascarenhas: b. 1914 september 17, d. 2021 june 27, indian journalist, freedom activist and writer, he authored the goan tribune dedicated to the Goa's liberation.

Renée Simonot: b. 1911 september 10, d. 2021 july 11, french actress and voice artist, also known as Jeanne Renée Deneuve, widow of actor Maurice Dorléac and mother of actresses Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac.

Mary Ward Breheny: b. 1915 march 6, d. 2021 july 19, australian actress of stage, television and film, and a radio announcer, known by her roles in television soap opera Prisoner and Sons and Daughters.

Herbert Köfer: b. 1921 february 17, d. 2021 july 24, german actor, voice artist and television presenter.

Alfie Scopp: b. 1919 september 15, d. 2021 july 24, english-born canadian actor, he worked mostly in television series, also in theater, radio and films.

Orlando Drummond: b. 1919 october 18, d. 2021 july 27, brazilian actor, known  for his work in the series Escolinha do Professor Raimundo.

Ruth Apilado: b. 1908 april 20, d. 2021 august 15, american newspaper editor, novelist and anti-racism activist, she founded America's Intercultural Magazine.

Arthur Hoyle Smith: b. 1915 may 8, d. 2021 august 21, english professional footballer.

Ida Keeling: b. 1915 may 15, d. 2021 august 28, caribbean american track and fiel athlete, she holded master records in 60 meter and 100 meter distances for women in the 95-99 and 100-plus age groups.

Donald Zec: b. 1919 march 12, d. 2021 september 6, british journalist, he produced "brilliant and acerbic" writing in the Daily Mirror for 40 years.

Amy Winifred Hawkins: b. 1911 january 24,  d. 2021 september 8, welsh supercentenarian.

Hans Pfann: b. 1920 september 14, d. 2021 september 9, german olympic gymnast.

Eddie Robinson: b. 1920 december 15, d. 2021 october 4, american baseball player.

Francisca Celsa dos Santos: b. 1904 october 21, d. 2021 october 5, brazilian supercentenarian.

Ruthie Tompson: b. 1910 july 22, d. 2021 october 10, american animator and artist, known for her work on animated features at The Walt Disney Company (Sleeping Beauty, Pinocchio, Dumbo, Fantasia).

Antônio Afonso de Miranda: b. 1920 april 14, d. 2021 october 11, brazilian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.

Aaron Beck: b. 1921 july 18, d. 2021 november 1, american psychiatrist, regarded as the father of cognitive therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

Jessie Lichauco: b. 1912 january 10, d. 2021 november 1, cuban-born american-filipino philantropist.

Neal Edward Smith: b. 1920 march 23, d. 2021 november 2, american politician, he was a member of United States House of Representatives from 1959 to 1995, also he was a bomber pilot during World War II.

Clarissa Eden, countess of Avon: b. 1920 june 28, d. 2021 november 15, british spouse of Anthony Eden and niece of Winston Churchill.

Ann Fortune FitzRoy, Duchess of Grafton: b. 1920 february 24, d. 2021 december 3, british courtier who has served as Mistress of the Robes to Queen Elizabeth II since 1967 until her death.

Eileen Ash: b. 1911 october 30,  d. 2021 december 4, british cricketer, also known Eileen Whelan, she played seven test matches for England between 1937 and 1949

Mustafa Ben Halim: b. 1921 january 29, d. 2021 december 7, lybian politician, businessman and Prime Minister from 1954 to 1957.

Maria Gomori: b. 1920 may 25, d. 2021 december 10, canadian psychologist.

Wayne Thiebaud: b. 1920 november 15, d. 2021 december 25, american painter, associated with the pop art movement because his interest in objects of mass culture.

 

2022:

Sir Charles Njonjo: b. 1920 january 23, d. 2022 january 2, kenyan attorney, he was Attorney General of Kenya from 1963 to 1979 and he was Minister of Constitutional Affairs from 1980 to 1983, popularly referred to him as "The Duke of Kabeteshire".

Zheng Min: b. 1920 july 18, d. 2022 january 3, chinese scholar and poet.

Aiyappan Pillai: b. 1914 may 24, d. 2022 january 5, indian lawyer, politician and writer.

Lawrence Brooks: b. 1909 september 12, d. 2022 january 5, american World War II veteran.

Nguyễn Côn: b. 1916 may 15, d. 2022 january 9, vietnamese politician.

Francis Alan Jackson: b. 1917 october 2, d. 2022 january 10, british organist and composer, he was the organist and director of music at York Minster for 36 years.

Everett Lee: b. 1916 august 31, d. 2022 january 12, american conductor and violinist, he was the first african american to conduct a Broadway musical. 

Charles McGee: b. 1919 december 7, d. 2022 january 16, american fighter pilot.

Saturnino de la Fuente Garcia: b. 1909 february 11, d. 2022 january 18, spanish supercentenarian.

 

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Swedish actress Susanna Ramel dead at 100, only a sub here.

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44 minutes ago, drol said:

Swedish actress Susanna Ramel dead at 100, only a sub here.

You have right, she is not a hit,  also according wikipedia she dies on april 4th, sorry @The Old Crem

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On 15/04/2020 at 23:29, chilean way said:

Note:

If you want a type of scoring, I agree ideas that benefits at all.

Point a hit, first to ten wins?

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7 minutes ago, Great Uncle Bulgaria said:

Point a hit, first to ten wins?

Actually I think you need a clean sheet to win.

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54 minutes ago, drol said:

Actually I think you need a clean sheet to win.

Maybe a clean sheet could give more points.

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It's like the Generation Game, but with only one generation.

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On ‎04‎/‎04‎/‎2020 at 13:31, msc said:

Jack Reynolds is the 107 year old who made his acting debut in Hollyoaks last year. He played himself, and so was likely the best actor on that show by miles.

Jack Reynolds is now the dead 108 year old: https://www.derbyshiretimes.co.uk/news/people/derbyshire-legend-jack-reynolds-dies-surrounded-family-aged-108-2550196

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12 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

I heard he was in a very bad way some days ago. Seems it was accurate.

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Wonder if it was Covid -19. His family being there makes me think not through.

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8 minutes ago, The Old Crem said:

Wonder if it was Covid -19. His family being there makes me think not through.

He was reported inmobile and on end-of-life care on March, he was unable to break another Guinness World Record, maybe it was his death time.

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Wilfred de Beauclair is a hit for two folk here...

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