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Still Waters

President Jimmy Carter sets a new record at 94

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Jimmy Carter has become the oldest living former US president at the age of 94. 

The 39th president is 172 days past his 94th birthday, making him one day older than former President George HW Bush, who died in November.

The achievement comes more than three years after Mr Carter announced he had a form of skin cancer which had spread to his liver and brain.

He received immunotherapy treatment and has since been in remission.

https://news.sky.com/story/jimmy-carter-becomes-oldest-living-former-us-president-at-94-11672721

 

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Raptor Witness

I was going to sing "rest in peace," but it's too early.

Carter is like a fine wine or automobile.

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Buzz_Light_Year

Proof positive that the saying "Only the Good Die Young" is true.

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acidhead

 

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Habitat

The old guy has broken his pelvis in a fall, I heard. Not a good thing at any age, and not easy to recover from at his advanced age. Hoping for the best for him.

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BrooklynGuy

Say what you will about his politics he has personally helped thousands of families through his work with Habitat for Humanity and other charitable endeavors. Get well soon!

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Hankenhunter

Somebody give the man a hammer. It will aid his recovery. Maybe a few rusty nails also. :D

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