> > There are actually 61 seconds in some minutes. In order to accommodate
> > leap seconds, PostgreSQL allows this to happen -- similarly to how it
> > will also allow 366 days in some years.
> How then, am I supposed to explain to a web interface user that when they just
> entered 5:00:00, it's going to sometimes show up to 4:59:60?
Leap minutes? Oh please. I'm gonna have to account for green martians
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