Frazz by Jef Mallett for March 01, 2024

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    Concretionist  4 months ago

    “Interesting” is what makes MY synapses sit up and take notice.

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    Rhetorical_Question   4 months ago

    For an interesting discussion?

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    crosscompiler Premium Member 4 months ago

    Always better to be early than late.

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    Botulism Bob  4 months ago

    “Fascinating is a word I use for the unexpected, In this case, I should think interesting would suffice…..” – Spock

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    Charles  4 months ago

    February something.

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    evsxrk  4 months ago

    My mother and my brother both missed being born on February 29 by a few days, but in opposite directions. And my grandfather missed it by about a week. I always thought that was interesting, though I may be the only one.

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    eced52  4 months ago

    Wouldn’t that be the 29th?

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    If your birthday was on February 29th, what would you say to someone who asked if that was on a leap year?

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    cdward  4 months ago

    More interesting are those people who, when you tell them your birthday is February 29, ask if it was on a leap year.

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    DaBump Premium Member 4 months ago

    Because people who are born on February 29 always (?) celebrate their birth on the 28th of February. At least that way it’s the same month. So… not interesting.

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    prrdh  4 months ago

    Cue Arte Johnson.

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    ChukLitl Premium Member 4 months ago

    As Winter clings on we need more celebrations. It just keeps the seasons aligned with the decreed calendar. Kind of like jiggering the clock so you don’t waste daylight before getting to work. It should be Election Day, lets get this over with in a new spring, not a dying autumn. Vote Vermin Supreme.

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    Mark Jackson Premium Member 4 months ago

    Here’s an observation I posted to back in 1988:

    I glanced at my digital watch on Tuesday and saw that it was incorrectly displaying March 2 as the date, so Ireset it. But all day Monday it had been, presumably, incorrectly displaying March 1; why had I not noticed the error earlier?

    I believe the reason is that I knew Monday was “leap year day” and never needed my watch to tell me it was February 29. I doubtless checked the time on numerous occasions without “seeing” the incorrect date, even though it is continuously displayed.

    But despite “knowing” it was leap year day I never thought to reset my watch!

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    Caldonia  4 months ago

    Yeah, Caulfield, you’re boring.

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    Bilan  4 months ago

    Since Caulfield made that comment two days ago, is that a leap yawner?

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 4 months ago

    When confronted with the question as to whether any given observation is interesting (or noble, or fatuous, or clever, or insipid, or pertinent, or …..), the only appropriate response is “YMMV”.

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    Mike Baldwin creator 4 months ago

    She got you! And me! Funny!

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    Cactus-Pete  4 months ago

    And yet another bad assumption by a kid. Why does he think people ask that? Nobody asks him that.

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    Stephen Gilberg  4 months ago

    Hey, Caulfield, ever JOIN a conversation?

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    When I was teaching, I usually wrote the date on the board along with what we were doing for that day.

    For “fun” (and to “mess” with some of the kids) when a new month began I would often continue dates from the previous month: For instance, I would write today’s date as February 30. Sometimes I would continue it for one or two more days: February 31, February 32, …

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    DKHenderson  4 months ago

    It is an interesting point. Do Leap Day people always back up their birthday, instead of forwarding it?

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