Last year as you must remember it was the memorable ‘Oxford University Women’s Rugby Team’ Nude Calendar.
This year it is the competing British University — Cambridge.
And it is Unisex and there appears to be more men. I ALREADY ordered a copy for Deanna. See below.
“Blues“: no, NOT the music.
And yes, the British media has already made all the jokes about “blue (orbs)“! Crude.
“Blues” in this context is University ‘colors’ (or what they refer to as ‘Letters’ in the U.S.). It means that the person has represented Cambridge at one of the recognized sports. The term goes back to the “Blue Cap” one got when one was selected to play cricket for the elite Cambridge University cricket first XI.
Why will five hundred and thirty-eight (538) be the most important number in the United States next week?
Think first, then research, then THINK again. Think for the pleasure of thinking.
Yesterday’s ‘Think’: 360° in a circle. It has to do with the first (and most important) circle that our ancient ancestors, around 4,000 B.C. (or even earlier) had to contend with — and QUANTIFY. The circular orbit of the Sun (with the then belief that the Sun circled the Earth). 360° comes from the 365-days in a year. They had worked out, through very diligent observations of the seasons and stars (particularly the rising of the ‘Dog Star’ ‘Sirius’) that a year was around “360” days. I actually think they had nailed down the 365-days quite early on. BUT, in my opinion, they ROUNDED the 365 to the EASIER ‘360‘. 365 is not very divisible — and our early ancestors, thanks to sharing food, knew how to DIVIDE. Other than ‘1’ and ‘itself’, 365 only has two divisors: 5 & 73. You can’t divide it by 2, 4, 5 or 10. And then there is 360 which is hugely divisible: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 24, 30, 36, 40, 45, 60, 72, 90, 120 & 180. BINGO! Did you like that?