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Subject: Some people feel living a very extended life is a curse. How much quality of life could one have at 117!

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Date Posted: Thursday, February 11, 09:18:54am
In reply to: jlp 's message, "Feb.11th~Happy 117th Birthday! Supercentenarian Lucile Randon, WW2 Figure Sidney Walton is 102, Author George Mandel is 101, Pamela Sharples, Baroness Sharples is 98, Tennis Player Robert McCarthy is 97,Tennis Player Budge Patty is 97," on Wednesday, February 10, 09:04:54pm

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Randon was interviewed two weeks ago regarding her diagnosis of COVID back in January. (NT)It sounds like she is an exception and doing well at such an advanced age.Thursday, February 11, 09:24:23am
The older I get, and see the elders in my family survive into 90s and beyond, and the more I see the curse longevity becomes. Not just in health, but the mental challenge to outlive friends and families, especially the young. (NT)At nearly 90, my folks have outlived friends and family, and mom's grandparents lived to 100 and 105!Thursday, February 11, 09:55:12am

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