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clshore Carter Shore
Beverly Hills, FL, USA   USA
In reply to # 944600 by tapkaJohnD Barry,
Your answer is irrational.
Try reading to the end.
John

Or maybe it's Transcendental …

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Wolfcreek Steve Steve P
Central, WI, USA   USA
1937 Dodge Magnum "The Dodge"
1947 Unknown Unknown "My Autocar"
1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Vicki's Little Red Car"
I thought the 22nd of July was pi day.

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booley Bruce H
Latham, NY, USA   USA
In reply to # 944828 by ArcticOne And from the coincidence department, 3.14 is also the birthday of one Albert Einstein, who likely consumed a lot of pi during his days.

Apparently you guys forgot Taylor Hanson's birthday! MMM BOP

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mkivmarty Marty Yanik
N.E.Ohio, USA   USA
In reply to # 944828 by ArcticOne And from the coincidence department, 3.14 is also the birthday of one Albert Einstein, who likely consumed a lot of pi during his days.

And another coinkidink, Its also the day that Stephen Hawking died!!

Marty

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