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Rob Beschizza at 6:07 am Thu, Feb 28, 2013
So we are only a couple of years away from the last person born in the 19th century dying. Weird!
Next year, the film version of Gone With The Wind will be closer in time to the Civil War than to the present.
Don’t jinx it !
Man, I should probably be eating more Japanese food or something.
It’s the pickles.
She’s not turning 115, she’s turning 29 for the 87th time.
I think Reagan used to favor the phrase “celebrating the __th anniversary of my 29th birthday.”
Tanjobi Omedeto, Ōkawa-sama.