I know not everyone celebrates PI day because of many reasons….. but lets all unite for this special occasion …:)
Tomorrow is 3/14/15, which is a superspecial Pi Day that comes around only once a century.
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I know not everyone celebrates PI day because of many reasons….. but lets all unite for this special occasion …:) Tomorrow is 3/14/15, which is a superspecial Pi Day that comes around only once a century. 
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Already on it!
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What type of pie are you going to divide?
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Archie .
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I was thinking Coconut Cream or Apple!!
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Kathleen C
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I’ll bring the Pi Pie!
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Archie .
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Did I mention …. I like Cherry PI also <————D
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Kathleen C
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I’m ready!
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Archie .
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Nice Kathleen .. that’s the PI Day spirit ……
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Jonathan Carnahan
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Mmm… Pie Day…
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Jacob Downey
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Pies I will eat today: Pumpkin pie, pot pie, pizza pie Pies I will not: Mud pie, magpie, magnum p.i. 
Toni LaCava
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Blueberry, Key Lime Pie, all pies. 
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Well, I for one am miffed. The newspapers are reporting it as “3.141592653” and to all people in the know, if you’re going to cut off the rest of the digits, that last digit should be a “4” not a “3” Even the American Mathematical Society’s Public Awareness Officer (and what a grueling job that must be) did not appear to correct them. PLEASE ACT FAST – at 9:23:54AM (sorry, its too late East Coast) and then again at PM we can really uncork the champagne.
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Bob … I’d just poured a cup of coffee and was sitting here waiting to celebrate. If not for your analysis of the situation I would have started my celebration to early…… that was close!! Thanks!!!
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Williamj, what’s mushroom pie like?
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Jacob Downey
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And, Williamj, don’t try to tell me mushroom pie is like “the 60’s”. 
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Kathleen, thank you for the jokes! They made py day.
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Jonathan Carnahan
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The mathematician says, “Pi r squared.” The baker replies, “No, pies are round. Cakes are square."
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Kathleen C
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What do you get when you take green cheese and divide its circumference by its diameter? What do you get when you cut a jack o’lantern by its diameter?
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All this Pi referencing is making me a little Pi eyed.
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I should probably shut my pie hole:) 
Kathleen C
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HaHa…I like this one! 
David Heath
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Pie. Tomorrow. Make it so.
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Pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679 8214808651328230664709384460955058223172535940812848111745028410270193852110555964462294895493038196 4428810975665933446128475648233786783165271201909145648566923460348610454326648213393607260249141273 724587006606315588174881520920962829254091715364367892590360011330530548820466521384146951941511609…
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Pi to the 32ndth place is accurate enough to calculate a circle the size of the observable universe to within one hydrogen atom. Beyond that there are no more significant figures. Unless you count winning a pi reciting contest significant…then there are MANY!
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Never take for granted your grama’s pie
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Jacob Downey
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Nice one Michael! I like the math analogy. I found out the next “square root day” is following the next April 4th (04/04/16). After that:
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We had cherry pie yesterday in honor of pie day cuz it was all they had left at Costco. Fun fact. Did you know that the first pie in the face in a movie was thrown by comedy actress Mabel Normand?? Back in the 1910s.
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Kathleen C
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I thought William started the pie in the face routine in those silent movies. Hmmmm…ya learn something new every day!
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Jacob Downey
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A new year. A renewed inquiry. What type of pie are you going to divide?
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Kathleen C
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I'm In!!! Oh...and that's supposed to be whipped cream on my pie hat...not garlic!!! 
Jacob Downey
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Kathleen, his eyes look a little "crusty". lol 
Jacob Downey
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Oh how I love strawberry pie!
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Kathleen C
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Funny Jacob!
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Archie .
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Guess what day it is ...... guess what day it is today???????????????? Nope not hump day!!!!
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James Chapman
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11/29 should be "Greater Prime Day" Happy Pi Day!
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Ralph Machesky
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Pi has been around a lot longer than many of us know. To wit: A
Unified Field Theory
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Jacob Downey
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Nice post Ralph. Made me think about how we are the center of the observable universe. Here's to a pi sized slice of pie in your eye. =]
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I've always found the concept of infinite to be confusing ... so I don't dwell on it much. With that said it would seem to me for "Postulate three" that if something was truly infinite then there would be no center ... as it couldn't be measured .... but I can see where everyone is in the center of what they can observe in an infinite universe!
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My brother made a half peach, half apple pie. We call it a peaple pie...
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Happy Pi Day!
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Jacob Downey
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So, will it be a pizza, pot, or fruit pi? I'm "halving" all 3!
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My Pie Chart................ Jacob Downey
Kristina Poindexter
Michelle Sartori

Kathleen C
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Mark...that's the kind of pi chart I can relate to.
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