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    Addictive once you get on it.

    Has arguments about celebrities heights (and a moderater/expert) - and they quible down to half-an-inch, or a couple of centimeters.

    Celebrities from the early 1900s to present.

    One of the biggest controversies is over the heights of 3 of the Beatles: who was the tallest and their heights.

    Most thought something like John, Paul and George - at the same time of day (you shrink during the day) and the same age -( you lose height as you grow older) were basically equal in height - 5'10" . (the boots they wore early on gave them a couple of inches - also the hair)
     
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    Tom Cruise is a dwarf.

    Lifts dont help.
     
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    Duke Wayne at 6' 4" was legit. As was Clint Eastwood.

    Could spend hours on the site -facsinatining..................
     
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    I was a solid 5'10" in my prime.

    Now am a weak 5'8"

    CelebHeights is a guilty pleasue
     
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    was at least a solid 5'9" in prime - guarentee

    now 5'7''


    blows
     
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