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World's oldest man dies in New York; Japanese man said to be next oldest

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Man, it would be cool if my grandparents reached 111. They got 20 more years

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Oldest man in Tokyo was found to be dead for 30 years. So might as well say we have a person 190 years old it will take 30 years to check.

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Exactly. Lets hold the celebration until we verify the existance of this man. It was said Japan has the greatest number of people over the age of 100 until a few years ago when thousands were found to be long deceased.

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Lets hold the celebration until we verify the existance of this man. It was said Japan has the greatest number of people over the age of 100 until a few years ago when thousands were found to be long deceased.

Well he was giving interviews in mid-September last year, so even if he has passed on since then he's not long deceased.

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No way man! I know this dude who's way older than that.

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If he is older than 111 years, I'd doubt he'd appreciate being called a 'dude'.

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RIP Mr. Imich. Imagine how many world-changing events he has seen in his lifetime.

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