Pi Day

Yesterday was Pi Day, 3/14. I was aware of it, but we didn’t plan to honor it until we went to the grocery store. It was celebrating by selling some pies for $3.14. That tickled us, so we bought one, of course. It was fun and friendly and we left with a warm spot in our hearts. A very effective form of PR on their part!

Do you know of anyone who celebrates Pi Day? How do you represent March 14 — 3/14 or?


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8 Responses to Pi Day

  1. Rummuser says:

    I can’t think of anyone who celebrates pi day. In fact, this is the first time I am hearing about it. My association with pi stopped with the movie Life of Pi.

    In India we would use 14/3.
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  2. I hadn’t heard about it until a story about it turned up in a blog I read.Very interesting, and I’m sure celebrants will have good reasons to mark the day!
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  3. Cathy in NZ says:

    n/a here

    also we use 14/3

    sounds like a neat idea though for the pie sale…

  4. Mike says:

    A guy I work with mentioned it. He’s pretty much a geek on science and math stuff. He’s got engineering degrees in 2 disciplines — I don’t remember which. He often — out of the blue — talks about arcane things that no one else would thing about talking about, even if they know it to begin with.
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    • Jean says:

      I first heard of it from my daughter, who has been one of the organizers at work for a couple of years now. It’s a great success. As I understand it, the management buys the pies and everyone brings non-perishable food for the local food bank. It’s fun and worthwhile.

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