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    Default 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    “...and her long life is a punishment from God”

    “A Russian woman is claiming to be the oldest person in the world, but says her upcoming 129th birthday is nothing but 'punishment'.
    Koku Istambulova, from Chechnya, says she has not had a single happy day in her entire life, and has no idea how she has managed to live this long.
    Istambulova, who shuns meat but loves fermented milk, believes it simply is 'God's will' that she will live to see 129 next month. “

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5735065/Worlds-oldest-woman-aged-129-says-shes-miserable-day-life.html
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    Default Re: 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    Surprised she doesn't have a higher bilge count.
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    Default Re: 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    ^
    "People should be able to access these benefits [Social Welfare] as a matter of right, with no more loss of their own standards of self-respect than would be involved in collecting from an insurance company the proceeds of an endowment policy on which they have been paying premiums for years."
    Robert Menzies - Liberal Party (Conservative) Prime Minister of Australia.

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    Default Re: 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    Glad I wasn't her husband for 100 or so years.
    There is no rational, logical, or physical description of how free will could exist. It therefore makes no sense to praise or condemn anyone on the grounds they are a free willed self that made one choice but could have chosen something else. There is no evidence that such a situation is possible in our Universe. Demonstrate otherwise and I will be thrilled.

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    Default Re: 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    I've drunk fermented mares milk. No wonder she's miserable.

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    Default Re: 'World's oldest woman', 128, says she's been miserable every day of her life

    it's time..


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