Now I'm hungry. What is your favorite pie? Country apple for me :)
The 3-berry pie at the Village Inn Restaurant in Iowa City, Iowa. It had blueberry, raspberry, and boysenberry. If I could lick the plate and not embarrass myself, I would have!
I thought it was about 3.14159265358979.... when I saw the title.
It is, but Greg is hungry, and when he sees "pi", he immediately thinks of "pie".
Besides, pie is tastier than pi.
I like strawberry pi's than strawberry pies.
Gasp- it's pi day!
apple pi anyone?
Hey did anyone realize that next year pi day will be 3/14/15...the first 5 digits of pi! Then the year after it will be the value of pi rounded to the 5th decimal place (3/14/16). I think that's it after that one, its like one of those rare astronomical events that happens once in a lifetime.
We better savor it...the pie that is . I don't know what to do about pi...I'll find some circles and calculate their geometric properties :uhh:
Are there any moronic groups out there predicting some earth-destroying, human-kind-wiping catastrophes for those dates? If there aren't any, I'd like to start one.
Isn't Pi Day on April 31 (31/4) in Europe?
Oh wait, there's no April 31. :uhh:
I can't even have imagined: http://www.piday.org/
I went to my favorite pizza place yesterday... should have waited until today.
... the hapPIest day of the year.
I remember the first couple of word-length mnemonics I learnt about pi:
"How I wish I could calculate pi"
"How I like a drink, alcoholic of course,
after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics"
Daj o pani, o boska Mnemozyno, pi liczbę, którą też zowią ludolfiną
There's a pizza place that recently opened for business nearby called "Pieology." With such a cool name you would think that they would throw a [itex] \pi [/itex] into their logo, or at least have a pizza volume diagram* in the restaurant somewhere. But alas, no; they don't seem to acknowledge [itex] \pi [/itex] at all.
*(If you have a pizza of radius z, and depth a, the volume of the pizza is πz2a, or expressing it a different way,
V = pi·zz·a.)
Ex - Village Inn Restaurant
What not another one? My wife and I used to go to a Village Inn that recently closed. I don't think that they ever won over the younger generation. Every time my son went there to eat with us he would say: "this is like eating in a nursing home."
I did noticed that he always finished his piece of French silk pie, however.
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