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Sage Francis
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My Great Great Grandmother passed away at age 105.  Reply with quote  

TheAnswer76AI: Im not expectin you to answer me, but I just found out the other day your one of my best friends cousins, he said he saw you at his great grandmothers funeral 2-3weeks ago and didn't know who you were(not up on the underground scene) but his dad said you were a rapper so he asked me if I knew of a Sage, I was like yea i know of a Sage, anyway sorry about your great grandmother(he said you share the same great grandmother)

Auto response from SAGEkillz: www.non-prophets.com/forum is the only place I will hold discussions. you may be really cool, but please don't IM me. I am old, fat, ugly and uninterested. Respect it.

TheAnswer76AI: also I live in Millville, right outside North Smithfield and Woonsocket




I never wrote about this but I wanted to. Things have been so crazy lately. My Nana passed away at age 105. I was a pallbearer. The whole event felt like a black and white picture. It was all snow and stone. Family members with beards that put mine to shame. Old women who I don't recognize saying, "Hi Sage...You're the rapper."

yuh.

This whole "rap" thing isn't even worth sharing with family in moments like these. Just incase you're wondering.

She was mentally sharp and in complete control of herself until two months before her death. Inspirational to say the least.
Nana Patterson
1897-2003
RIP
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 8:34 pm
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Ryan



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105.
Wow.
Respect.
R.I.P.
That's dedication to life.. Imagine how much she knew.. gawd. Blows my mind.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 8:37 pm
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Adrift



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bless her. the strongest are the ones who see it to the end... hearts go out to the hurting souls right now... everyone has ways to relate
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 8:40 pm
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werd, much respect.
I concur with Ryan
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:17 pm
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amo1ne



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peace to your great grandma sage. sorry to hear that.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:19 pm
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sorry about that man

105 is amazing... thats great

although sometimes i say i dont, id like to live to be that old...

to compare the world through your own eyes over a 100 year span must be phenominal...it must be a 180 from as far back as you can remember

like living 2 lives

my great-grandmother lived to be 103

td3
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:19 pm
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Sage Francis
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There's nothing really sorry about it. Except for death in general. And our inevitable end.

She was begging to get taken away by the end. Like, "Lord...I've been here long enough. Please take me"
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:22 pm
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thats something incredible to think about. i would also hope to live that long, i cant imagine experiencing an entire century of life. i love hearing my grandfather tell stories from his childhood, its amazing how real yet how distant life can be in relation to our placement. my great grandma lived to be about 100 i think - i never really held conversations with her tho..
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:28 pm
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same thing happened to me at the beginning of january sage, only it was my grandpa and he was 70.. complications from lung cancer. i got to be a pallbearer at his funeral too. lots of people i didnt know he knew (like 150 of them), and it was my first person i ever really cared about that died.

i'm still really in shock about it a month later.. he died on new years eve. said in the hospital that he was "tired of fighting", after 10 days on oxygen sitting in bed with a 105 heartrate.

oh well, just thought i'd share.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 10:03 pm
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Lintilla



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not to sound awful but I think with 105 I would be glad to be taken; I know my grandma was and she was only 90...

I'm still sorry to hear and I hope everyone's holding up well.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 10:19 pm
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my condolences. take advantage and cherish the moment.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 10:23 pm
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Life lost heaven gained.

When my grandpa died I didn't cry cause I knew he was in a better place.

105 is amazing! You should write a song about her.

Brian
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 10:27 pm
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Satyre



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Ryan wrote:
105.
Wow.
Respect.
R.I.P.
That's dedication to life.. Imagine how much she knew.. gawd. Blows my mind.


My exact feelings.Sorry to hear that Sage.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 10:41 pm
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my grandma is the only person i relate to.
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 11:50 pm
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Sage, it's that time.
I feel...
Someone really started to need an outstanding angel, i suppose.
luv, Julie
Post Tue Jan 28, 2003 11:55 pm
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