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Re: Happy PI day! *the first pi day post*

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dajermster wrote:

anyone else know of any wierd days like this?


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There is a "talk like a pirate day" in the fall sometime.
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Re: Happy PI day! *the first pi day post*

Mar 15, 2007
On pi day at our school, if the teacher wants to celebrate the student bring in circular food to eat. It's awesome! I almost barfed from too many donuts!
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wow, a 6 pg thread about ?! some image on the 5th page is acting as a jpg overflow and its restarting my wii opera
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I had to make up a test today in my schools math lab and the teacher in there was handing out oatmeal cream pies, yum.
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THIS guy memorized the first 20 000 numbers of Pi.  He also learned how to speak Icelandic fluently in 7 days. Happy Pi Day!
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Mar 15, 2007


Bucks23 wrote:
I had to make up a test today in my schools math lab and the teacher in there was handing out oatmeal cream pies, yum.



my teatcher isnt like that, sadly
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Mar 15, 2007
My geometry teacher told us something interesting today about Pi. In the first thirty-five digits, in all of the universe, you can find the circumference of an atom. The only reason they keep calculating Pi now is for encryption purposes, and to prevent fraud from happening anymore.

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