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Personal logo Saginaw Supporting Member of TMP21 Jul 2008 9:10 a.m. PST
Streitax Inactive Member21 Jul 2008 9:50 a.m. PST

Keeping the mind young.

Personal logo Saginaw Supporting Member of TMP21 Jul 2008 10:37 a.m. PST

And another good reason to be involved in this hobby, Streitax. Keeps us thinking.

Daffy Doug Inactive Member21 Jul 2008 6:21 p.m. PST

Why do they know he's 112? If no records of him exist before 1952 when he entered the mental health system, what makes a claim to such an unlikely age believable? He sure doesn't look any 112; more like 80-something.

Mal Wright Fezian Inactive Member30 Jul 2008 6:07 a.m. PST

"Why do they know he's 112? If no records of him exist before 1952 when he entered the mental health system".

Because his mother signed him in silly!

iouliared Inactive Member12 Nov 2008 9:01 p.m. PST

Went to Bingo with the parents once, to make them happy, and I saw this little old lady sitting in front of 25-30 cards playing with out a marker, sharp as a tack, she won all the time and my Dad pointed out she never used a marker.

All she needed to do was look at the cards once, and would not watch the cards, she would knit instead. Wow. Here's a 90 year old woman, most likely had a pedestrian life, hubby, kids, home maker, I wondered what kind of power house she could of been if born later, science? computers?

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