HAPPY PI DAY
HAPPY PI DAY
Oh geezz what a maroon I am! Celebrating Pi the infamous number! Uk kuk kuk kuk kuk! Me thingsk me needsk some Pi Olivesk! UL, How imbaraskin. Well shiver me timbers and blow me down! Aaaakkukukukukukukukukuk!
Pi Day (March 14 or 3-14) is a day to celebrate our favorite number, 3.14159.
Yeah, but shouldn't we all have gotten up at 1:59 this morning to celebrate?
3/14 - 1:59
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
Hm, I got up around that time but it wasn't to celebrate ...Originally Posted by RichR
Could someone please enlighten me as to which kind of Pi this is? I don't have a living clue.
It's the one with the chips. You know, Pi and Chips free? There's Pi and chips, but free?Originally Posted by Nickie Fønshauge
Doesn't matter as long as it calculates.
It's also Purim, often celebrated by eating pie!
For those who are counting calories and need to read about pi and rabbinical tradition to keep their minds off their desire to eat pie, or for those who are eating pie by themselves, and might as well read something about pi,
Last edited by Paul Blankenau; 03-14-2006 at 01:09 PM. Reason: needed to use pi/pie a lot more
HAPPY PI DAY!
You forgot the 26 sec. 3/14 - 1:59:26. Precision is a virtue. Except if you're a viola player, of course. In that case it's a word from a foreign language.Originally Posted by RichR
You forgot the milliseconds and such... 3/14 1:59.265358979323 .... eh, I could cheat and look it up somewhere, but that's all I remember.
Years ago when I was in middle school there was a contest on pi day to see who could memorize the most digits of pi. I rambled off about 100 digits and won!
Happy pi day to all!
And remember, just because it's not rational doesn't mean it's not precise.