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

Steve Herman

Born 1948 at 7:00 am
"Mom couldn't make it out the door. Born on the living room couch. Grew up in a small farm town with a population less than 3,000. Although we were a small town we had three leap year births, each 4 years apart. The local paper would interview us every leap day. Much to my family's chagrin I was stubborn and refused to celebrate my birthday any year except leap year. I still feel the same. I do enjoy packing four years worth of birthdays into one. When I came of legal age I often had trouble convincing people the date on my I.D. was legitimate. Since leaving my small town at age 18 I only met one other leap year ""baby""."
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