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In 45 BC Roman emperor Julius Caesar stretches February 24th to 48 hours, once every four years.

Evelyn Gilmar

Born 1936
"I have had a lot of enjoyment from being a Leap Year Baby but I married a man who said,""sorry dear no birthday this year so no present"". (I am no longer married to him). One cool thing - On Feb. 22,2004 my grandaughter had her 16th birthday - on Feb 29, 2004 I also had my 16th birthday. So until she turned 17 the next Feb. we were both the ""same age"". When I get too many of these Leap Years (1 birthday in 4 years) I am going to switch to Dog Years (1 in 7 years) ... Forever young!!! <br/><br/> Some years ago I was a bus driver on a charter trip when a couple of my passengers gave me a riddle. They had been married for 40 years but had only had 10 anniversaries - why? They were surprised when I gave the right answer, that they were married on Feb. 29/36. I knew the answer because I was celebrating my 10th birthday that year."
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