Archive | March 14, 2015

Orgasm Related Quote Of The Day. Forget As To What Came First Re. Chicken & Egg …

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by Anura Guruge


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Forget about the chicken and the egg.

What is much more important and interesting is,
what came first,
man or an orgasm?

— Anura Guruge


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SMILE!

One way or another with events unfolding quickly it was kind of important that I got this quote out and did so in a manner that it was time stamped.

I did not want anybody trying to steal it from me.

I will give YOU a clue if you promise not to divulge it to too many people. This from my next book that I just finished 48 hour ago. I have given you plenty of clues over the last 2 years as to what it might be about. This quote, on itself, does NOT preclude it from being another book about popes! But, it is not a pope book.

Now going through the process that really taxes and tests me. The proofing.

YOU will, as ever, be the FIRST to know about my next book — my 23rd as a sole-author. (27th, 28th or 29th if I count ALL the books that have my name on the cover and I am embarrassed to say that I am not sure of the exact number. It is somewhere in that range! That is why I don’t count them.)

SMILE!


March 14, 2015 A Special ‘Once In A Century’ “Pi Day” — With Pi To 4 Decimal Places.

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Click to ENLARGE. This tells it all, quite graphically.


While I always enjoy celebrating ‘Pi Day‘ because I really do like Pi (and did write programs, when young, to calculate Pi to umpteen decimal places) I am not that enamored with this 3/14/15 hype! It makes me cringe to go along with the ‘once in a century’ claim.

Why? Because having been involved with Y2K (and having sat around on 12/12/1999 to see if anything major will go haywire) I had fervently hoped that humankind would STOP using two digit year numbers — EVER AGAIN. Since 2000, for the last 15 years, I by rote use 4 digit year numbers. You will never find me saying ’14’ or ’15’ when I am talking about 2014 or 1915. So to me today is 03/14/2015 — though I am willing to go along with 3/14/2015. Well 3.142015 is NOT Pi.

121314445agghaI made this same argument on 12/13/2014 when there was all this hype of ‘sequential date’. As far as I am concerned we will NEVER see a date that is Pi to 4 decimal places, viz. 3/14/15. That happened two thousand years ago.

But ENJOY Pi. Pi is beautiful. I haven’t eaten any pie in 26 months! So I can no longer even joke about pies on pi day.


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