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Supercentenarian marks 110 years with an unbroken funny bone
Supercentenarian marks 110 years with an unbroken funny bone

Sally Mitchell is a supercentenarian. Her superpowers include the ability to remember when the modern zipper was introduced, when the Titanic sank and when the Lindbergh baby was kidnapped. The 110-year-old Irvine resident's eyes are sharp, as is her sense of humor. When she was recently honored with a city proclamation and a tribute by Irvine City Councilwoman Beth Krom, Mitchell said: "I don't have anything to give you." Mitchell was born in 1904, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began work on the Panama Canal, the ice cream cone was invented and the New York City subway opened. This year she joins the ranks of the supercentenarians, those who have reached...

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