I was reading The Ripley's Believe It Or Not comics. One of them was a about a man in Nigeria or somewhere else in Africa that claimed to be 130 years old. I'm not sure if I believe him.
I live in Indiana, United States. I also saw a Ripley's comic that the tallest woman in the world and the oldest woman in the world live in the same nursing home in Indiana. It's unfortunate that now they are both dead.
A woman in France lived to be 122. A Japanese man lived to 120 2/3 years old. Somebody else lived to be 120. Look in The Guinness Books and you can find other people who lived to be 111 or older.
A late night talk show host talked about a man who got married at age 104 or 105. He joked that the priest, minister, or rabbi said, "Till death do you part" and began looking at his watch.
Have you international men heard of American talk show host Larry King? A comedian said, "Larry King wants to write for his obituary that Larry King, the world's oldest man, has died today. It's his his way of telling us that he has 2 weeks to live."
A comedian said, "A 1,900-year-old Hebrew scroll has been found in Israel or West Bank and that it's Larry King's Bar Mitzvah speech." Larry King is Jewish.
There's a Christian group in Kentucky, United States that believes that the Earth's age is a little bit more than 6,000 years old, that dinosaur eggs were on Noah's Ark, and that dragons from folklore were dinosaurs. I wonder how children would respond. I wonder if children would ask if Nixon or Kennedy were riding dinosaurs around or if dinosaurs would pose for black-and-white photographs.