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PostPosted: March 15th, 2007 01:11:54 am 
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Geez, I figured there'd already be a thread here about 3-14. You know, for soi-disant "Time Fans," you're not very prompt. Wait a tick, I guess that refers to me, too. Oh crap, I'm late for Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day!

Seriously, Ben and Lew. These forum text-changing dealies are a little out of hand. Changing "pi" to "pie"? That's just low. It's downright offensive to us maths peoples. You're lucky I found a way around it!


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Oh, I'd forgotten about the pi/pie filter. It's less interesting than I guess I'd expected when I made it, so I'm going to remove it now.

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It is more a date thing than a sepcific time thing. Maybe if you had referenced the 1:59AM portion of Pi Day.


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PostPosted: March 15th, 2007 22:54:11 pm 
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Dinosaur Comics had a pretty good strip up about Pi Day.

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PostPosted: August 26th, 2008 19:53:57 pm 
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I celebrate Pi Approximation Day simply because 14/3 holds no meaning for me. Well, it's nearly the Ides of March, but you get what I mean.

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PostPosted: August 27th, 2008 02:14:37 am 
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You could celebrate on January 3rd, if you don't mind being a bit less accurate.

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Ben Heaton wrote:
Dinosaur Comics had a pretty good strip up about Pi Day.

They do... did.

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