This doesn’t really work. I see what you’re trying to do, but it falls short because you’ve left out the “20” on “2015”. Nice try, but no cigar.
Only if you’re from one of the idiotic countries that does the month first in date ordering. Oh, that’ll just be the USA then…
that is only an approximation of pi
Interesting find and deduction
Not as epic as March 14th, 1592!
Yeah, this is the 31st of July you’re talking about. Close though.
am or pm?
You guys are a bunch of buttholes. People are just trying to have fun, and you’re so analytical that you go a ruin everyone’s fun. Fun-sucking-buttholes!
Gee whiz, Blake, we were all having fun being analytical now you’ve gone and ruined all our fun by being a fun-sucking-douchebag. Anyway, it doesn’t matter because it’s photoshopped.
It’s Pi Day, Pi Day
Gotta get down with Pi Day
The equal sign does not belong there, and I agree with redjujube.
Besides, Blake, if there is a claim related to mathematics, which is as exact as it gets, and there are 2 giant errors right in the middle, it’s hard for people not to comment on them.
Not an astrological alignment. As you can see, when the clock hits 12 it doubles itself. there is another 9:26:53 that day. Therefore it doesnt match up linearly.
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