Posted 02 June 2004 - 05:18 PM
According to the Independent today: "Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper, born on 29 June 1890 in Hoogeveen, enjoys the traditional Dutch specialty [sic] of pickled herring every day and the occasional alcoholic drink." This makes her, according to the indie, the world's oldest person at 113.
Note to self: eat more herring.
Posted 02 June 2004 - 07:35 PM
Frankly, unless im imagining things, the worlds oldest person has died about 6 times already this year - the case for not allowing these people is strengthened.
However next year's entry for Derby Dead Pool should clearly include the 20 oldest people in the world - we'd be unbeatable.
Posted 20 November 2004 - 03:39 PM
World's Oldest Man Dies
Grim Reapers suggestion seems more and more appropriate.
Oh, and Frenzy - your pick of James Rockefeller was certainly prescient - he died August!
Posted 10 June 2005 - 12:05 AM
Death list boy, on Jun 9 2005, 07:52 PM, said:
In regard to your question, I hope that this helps.
World's Oldest Living Person
- Robert Frost
Posted 10 June 2005 - 12:53 AM
the same subject. I think maybe your a young child who has a computer and you discovered a websight in which you don't have any buesness posting on at all.
I think u have been asked quite a few number of times to post only once on
a topic or post in the proper thread that is set up for a certin subject
"Exsample" If you have an idea for 2006 you would post in the
ideas and possibilitys thread. I understand u may not know because
you appear to be young. Then theres always the possibility that
someone is frauding to act young like they have no idea how to post.
I guess they would think that it is simmaler to being there deathlist chararter
an annoying useless fruity child that makes posts that quite frankly
no one could give a Fu*k about. I don't really know how to disclose this issue with the deathlist boy. I wonder if theres anyway to block a member from posting?
If theres anyway that some of the administrators like the Reaper or Stayin Alive or even the Death Watch Beatle could block the deathlistboy from any further posts that would be a big help the to deathlist commite.
Posted 10 June 2005 - 09:02 AM
Not sure that DLB has the concentration necessary to read and understand such a long post though, even though you obviously went to some trouble to formulate it in ways which should be familiar to him.
Let's hope he gets the message. That smiley is starting to get a bit annoying, when it appears on a new thread.
Posted 29 June 2005 - 04:00 PM
Team: Serious effort.
1) Fred Weintraub (Joker), 2) Eli Wallach, 3) Fernando Ricksen, 4) Valerie Harper, 5) Kirk Kerkorian, 6) Jim Bamber, 7) Clive James, 8) Billy Graham, 9) Marques Haynes, 10) Harry Dean Stanton, 11) Roger Bannister, 12) Richard Adams, 13) James Garner, 14) Burt Bacharach, 15) Jean Darling, 16) Alice Munro, 17) Mickey Rooney, 18) Carla Laemmle, 19) Ramón José Velásquez, 20) Bess Meyerson.
DDP Team: Serious effort Part 2.
1) Joost van der Westhuizen (Joker), 2) Michael Schumacher, 3) Vinnie Jones, 4) Michael Parkinson, 5) Brian May, 6) George H. W. Bush, 7) Barbara Bush, 8) Jimmy Carter, 9) Shane McGowan, 10) Muhammad Ali, 11) Aretha Franklin, 12) Joe Jackson (Michael's dad), 13) Jen Arnold (Little people), 14) Sharon Osborne, 15) Lynda Bellingham, 16) Wilko Johnson, 17) Sam Simon (Simpsons co-creator), 18) Sally Farmiloe, 19) Missy Elliott, 20) Larry D. Mann.
Reserve picks; Jerry Lewis, Glen Campbell, Peter Falk
Since no death was reported in this DDP list, I let it stand. Not entered in competition.
DDP team: Pass me the mike!
Joker Michael Waltrip, Michael Douglas, Michael Whitacker, Michael Caine, Michael Gambon, Michael J. Fox, Michael Keaton, Michael Schumacher, Michael Dikakis, Michael McDonald, Mick Jagger, (Michael) Duff McKagan, Michael Andretti, Michael Chiklis, Michael Madsen, Michael Jordan, Michael Bolton, Michael Bay, Michael Ballack, Mike Tyson. Reserve Pick(s): Michael Myers,Mike Oldfield, Mika brzezinski (only female here).
Posted 29 June 2005 - 08:35 PM
Zeppelin, on Jun 29 2005, 06:52 PM, said:
The world record book is also off a bit. The oldest women
was 128. Her lifespan was 1875 - 2003.
I think the oldest living women was born circa 1880.
Posted 30 June 2005 - 01:58 AM
Sill not really famous though.
attributed to Jimi Hendrix
Posted 30 June 2005 - 07:06 PM
Cerberus, on Jun 30 2005, 01:58 AM, said:
remaining WW1 vets and also the titanic survivors.
It's not celebritys type fame. It's just not deathlist material.
Posted 11 August 2005 - 05:18 PM
I'd almost vote to put this guy on the list for '06 just for the sheer satisfaction I for one would dervive upon reading of his demise. But he's not famous enough, and being a blatant liar doesn't help his cause either.
Posted 11 August 2005 - 06:58 PM
Sonny Liston - an American probably born in the 1920s - has no birth certificate. He - apparantly - never knew his true age. His official ages listed as he registered as a boxer disagree with each other. Either way, were he still alive he'd be mid seventies at the oldest
Maryport is a disappointment for which there is no cure, but the annual Deathrace thread hereabouts provides welcome distraction.
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