World's second-oldest man known dies at 113 - CNN.com: Do 41,363 days sound like much time? You very likely won't live that long, but James Sisnett did.
That's long enough to have seen the first silent movie, when it came out, provided a movie theater even existed back then on the island of Barbados, where Sisnett spent his life.
He was three years old the first time Orville Wright took the first ever flight in an airplane and barely a teenager when World War I broke out.
When he died Thursday, Sisnett was the oldest man in the Western Hemisphere, whose age had been validated, according to the Gerontology Research Group. He was likely the second oldest man on the planet.
GRG is a private organization that verifies the ages of centenarians, people over 100 years of age, and supercentenarians, people over 110.
Living as long as Sisnett did is quite a feat, but since women outlive men on the whole, there are a few women still alive between Canada and Argentina, who are even older than he was, according to GRG.