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February 29, 2004

Leap Year

We add a 29th day to February every four years.  That is unless the year the year is evenly divisible by 100, then we only have 28 days in February.  Unless that year is also evenly divisible by 400. Then there is the extra 29th day. 

The year 2000 was the first exception to the divisible by 100 rule in quite a while.  There, you're smarter now. That is unless you already knew all of that, then you're just a nerd.

And before you ask, no you don't have to adjust your clock. You can mess with some other folks by asking them if they've adjusted their clocks for leap year. Keep track of those who bite on that one, remember to borrow money from them later.


If they ask how, tell them they have to run it forward 24 hours.  If they actually do that, you can start looking at house loans with a larger down payment right now.  

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