Frazz by Jef Mallett for February 28, 2024

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    zmech13 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Honestly, I would love to see most peoples reaction in 2100 when they find out that it isn’t a leap year.

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    eromlig  3 months ago

    Watch out for those pirates, Frederic!

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    OldsVistaCruiser  3 months ago

    I once owned a Grand Cherokee that was built on February 29, 1996. It definitely had a few gremlins!

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  3 months ago

    If you’re a Feb 28 baby, there’s no chance you would have been a leap day baby. If you’re a Mar 1 baby, then yeah. One in four.

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    BJDucer  3 months ago

    Doesn’t want to get into a “nerd” fight? Since when??

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    felinefan55 Premium Member 3 months ago

    My family has an odd habit of dying on holidays that move.My step-grandfather died on Thanksgiving.My maternal grandmother died on Easter.And my paternal grandmother died on Leap Year.I don’t do statistical analysis, but I figure that has to be an anomaly.

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    markkahler52  3 months ago

    I’ll let you know when I’m 138 (divisible by four!)

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    rugeirn  3 months ago

    1 in (365×4)+1. You have to include the leap day itself.

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    Mike Baldwin creator 3 months ago

    People born in a leap year spend the extra day doing the math.

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    Brilliant_Birdie   3 months ago

    I was born on the 29th.

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    Tammy Kennedy  3 months ago

    Today is my birthday, and yes, EVERYONE asks that question. But i never thought about it the way Meg:all seriousness aside, did – great point!

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    Ray Helvy Premium Member 3 months ago

    Why does he say “Feb 28th?” The 29th is the leap day. The one or two I know who were born then, celebrate on March 1st. They say celebrating the day before would be like celebrating a March 9th birthday on the 8th. (We’re not quite there yet!)

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    car2ner  3 months ago

    my sis was born on March 4 of a leap year. No one asks her about it. My birthday is feb 28. When people ask me, I tell them I missed by 2 years

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    sid w  3 months ago

    I can hardly wait!

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    Rob Smith Premium Member 3 months ago

    Feb 27th too.

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    poppacapsmokeblower  3 months ago

    My daughter was born on 28 February 1986. I calculated that’s 730 days from one leap day and 731 from another. Did I get the math correct?

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    Cactus-Pete  3 months ago

    Sorry, most people do not assume that – or even care. Another bad assumption by one of the kids.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Our girls birthday is Thursday. In mundane years we celebrate on February 28 and March 1. When they were 13, or 3 ¼, they decided to hold the celebration from 28 February to March 1 no matter the year. Some family traditions can be fun. And expensive.

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