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Rob Hampton says
While some might find this plausible, I meant more from birth to death. Gotta give ya an up vote just for seeing it from a different perspective.
I think I figured it out. He picked up 4 weeks per year. Which is 1 year and 27 days. Plus his Birthday was before Jan26, 1913.
JThomp42, you're getting very close.
My brain is fried my friend. LOL
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I'm sorry, but I can't help but chuckle a little bit at that. God bless your grandfather!
However, no, there is no medical issue, outside of being dead. He was born. He lived a good life. Then, he died. His age was 98, but he lived 100 years.
Then I have no idea. The only other instance I've heard of is someone born on a leap year. But there would be a bigger age difference.
Jan. 1912 or 1912
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Charles Dawson says
No. That would only be 24-25 days.
Well crap!! LOL
Here is the answer:
He was born in September 14, 1913, and he died May 23, 2012. His age was 98 years, 8 months and 9 days old. However, he lived within 100 calendar years (1913-2012).
Interesting! I hope that happens to me! lol
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