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    notbob Guest

    Default Leapin' lizards

    Hey, this is leap year, isn't it. People born on this day only age in dog year or
    anti-dog yrs or something like that. Wouldn't it be great to be married on
    Feb 29th? That way, a guy could only be ragged on for missing his wedding
    annivesary once every four years. Any other neat-o advantages?

    nb

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "notbob" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hey, this is leap year, isn't it. People born on this day only age in dog
    > year or
    > anti-dog yrs or something like that. Wouldn't it be great to be married
    > on
    > Feb 29th? That way, a guy could only be ragged on for missing his wedding
    > annivesary once every four years. Any other neat-o advantages?


    My uncle was born on leap year. He's 17 now. Even though he's a
    senior.



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    jmcquown Guest

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    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "notbob" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:H_Hxj.525$_a5.250@fe95...
    >> Hey, this is leap year, isn't it. People born on this day only age in
    >> dog year or
    >> anti-dog yrs or something like that. Wouldn't it be great to be married
    >> on
    >> Feb 29th? That way, a guy could only be ragged on for missing his
    >> wedding
    >> annivesary once every four years. Any other neat-o advantages?

    >
    > My uncle was born on leap year. He's 17 now. Even though he's a
    > senior.

    In High School? <G>


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    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 00:04:55 GMT, notbob wrote:

    > Hey, this is leap year, isn't it. People born on this day only age in dog year or
    > anti-dog yrs or something like that.


    That's tomorrow.

    I'm still trying to figure out why they call it a leap year.
    Wouldn't that imply that you skip the 29th?

    -sw

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    notbob <[email protected]> dropped this news:H_Hxj.525$_a5.250@fe95: in
    rec.food.cooking

    > Hey, this is leap year, isn't it. People born on this day only age in
    > dog year or anti-dog yrs or something like that. Wouldn't it be great
    > to be married on Feb 29th? That way, a guy could only be ragged on
    > for missing his wedding annivesary once every four years. Any other
    > neat-o advantages?


    Oh hell, you could be 29 for a least 4 years or is it 7? On the bad side
    you'd never be able to retire

    Michael



    --
    "Ingredients as fresh as they were 27 years ago."
    Slogan of the Biscuitville restaurant.

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