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Happy Pi Day!

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Just realized this morning that its Pi Day today, grab some pie and enjoy!

Another note 2015 will be a big year for pi day

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Yo, I'mma let you finish, but I think e is the best trancendental constant of all time!

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Only if you get your dates in a weird order, like the US does ;)

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Only if you get your dates in a weird order, like the US does ;)

I wish I hadn't posted something, otherwise you would have tied the record for turning a lighthearted discussion here into U.S. bashing. My apologies.

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I wish I hadn't posted something, otherwise you would have tied the record for turning a lighthearted discussion here into U.S. bashing. My apologies.

Wow, way to take a joke and act defensively! It's a joke - I hardly see America getting it's dates in a weird format* the worst thing I could say - uptight much!?

* Yup, most of the world works to the more obviously logical DD/MM/YYYY

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Yo, I'mma let you finish, but I think e is the best trancendental constant of all time!

Pi is the most importand, Euler constants and equations are seen as the "most elegant"

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Only if you get your dates in a weird order, like the US does ;)

The US format has the advantage when it means you get to celebrate with pie. I mean, 14.3 is nothing :o

* Yup, most of the world works to the more obviously logical DD/MM/YYYY

I'll just leave this here... http://xkcd.com/1179/ ;)

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Completely agree. YYYY-MM-DD is absolutely perfect.

BUT --->MOST<--- of the world uses DD-MM-YYYY

Wow, a lighthearted joke seems to really have undermined this thread...

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Wow, way to take a joke and act defensively! It's a joke - I hardly see America getting it's dates in a weird format* the worst thing I could say - uptight much!?

* Yup, most of the world works to the more obviously logical DD/MM/YYYY

Whew! Way to lose it dude, maybe I was kidding too. Anyway, YYYY/MM/DD is more logical than that. MM/DD/YYYY is like that because that's the way that is it spoken in English.

Back on topic! Wouldn't the best time of day to celebrate this be at 3:49:21 AM?

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REal stupid how this topic got out of hand lol/

I typically do DD/MM/YYYY, but i might switch to this YYYY, MM, DD

Happy Pi DAY :D

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If if you don't go by the U.S Date standard, pi day is still important since of course this is no pi day in the Euro standard

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My favorite PI is apple. :p

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I love me some cherry Pi, ;).

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Isn't it time for an upgrade -- like PI 4.0 ?

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