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Happy Pi Day (EOM)

Posted by Tim Allen at 03/14/2001 6:52 PM EST


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And Einstein's b-day.......

Posted by Jessica Boucher at 03/14/2001 7:16 PM EST


Student on team #237, Sie-H2O-Bots, from Watertown High School and Eastern Awning Systems & The Siemon Company.


In Reply to: Happy Pi Day (EOM)
Posted by Tim Allen on 03/14/2001 6:52 PM EST:



....who knew that one day they'd name a stage in FL after him

-Jessica B, #237


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Re: And Einstein's b-day.......

Posted by Brian Cholerton at 03/14/2001 10:46 PM EST


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Posted by Jessica Boucher on 03/14/2001 7:16 PM EST:



: ....who knew that one day they'd name a stage in FL after him

Heck! Team #311 The RedJammers even named their robot after him EInstein...

Actually that's the name that won in a contest from the 4 elementary schools in our district. ;-)


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A scary thought...

Posted by Josh at 03/15/2001 5:44 PM EST


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Who'd have thought a highschool failure could be the forefront for the worlds most powerful weapon? Makes ya wonder what's going throught the head of the kid next to you who just failed math...


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Re: A scary thought...

Posted by mike oleary at 03/16/2001 10:24 PM EST


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theres hope for the like of me after all...now if i can figure out how i managed to fail an art final...and not get good grades in french and not get into french ap even after 11 years of the $@#$@#$@#$@# language...

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11 YEARS of French?

Posted by Jessica Boucher at 03/18/2001 9:17 AM EST


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: theres hope for the like of me after all...now if i can figure out how i managed to fail an art final...and not get good grades in french and not get into french ap even after 11 years of the $@#$@#$@#$@# language...

Wow....and people look at me in awe when I tell them I'm in French 5.

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Re: 11 YEARS of French?

Posted by mike oleary at 03/18/2001 10:16 AM EST


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yup...and i cant even get a b in french 4...but its ok cuz im fluent, even if i cant get the conjugations at all...i figure my problem is that i know it already so i dont do anywork


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: Wow....and people look at me in awe when I tell them I'm in French 5.

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I thought i was the only one who knew about pi day!!! eom

Posted by Rob DeCotiis at 03/14/2001 7:18 PM EST


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eom
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Re: Happy Pi Day (EOM)

Posted by Jared at 03/14/2001 11:04 PM EST


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Posted by Tim Allen on 03/14/2001 6:52 PM EST:



I didn't know that it was Pi Day till I checked out the ticalc.org site. Is that where you got it from?

Pi = 3.14
Today = 3/14
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Re: Happy Pi Day (EOM)

Posted by Veronica at 03/15/2001 8:26 PM EST


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it is also the ides of march


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Ides of March?

Posted by Gregory Ross at 03/16/2001 9:02 AM EST


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: it is also the ides of march

I'm sure my English teacher told me it was the 15th



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Re: Ides of March?

Posted by Jessica Boucher at 03/16/2001 2:38 PM EST


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Well, youre both correct. The ides of March is the 15th, which is when V posted....but Pi Day/Einstein's b-day are on the 14th.

-Jessica B, #237



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You're right.

Posted by Gregory Ross at 03/18/2001 3:22 AM EST


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: Well, youre both correct. The ides of March is the 15th, which is when V posted....but Pi Day/Einstein's b-day are on the 14th.

: -Jessica B, #237


Thanks, I missed that she had posted on the 15th.
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