#### Posted by: Dex

8:35am

According to my calendar, today is 3/14. That means it's Pi Day, celebrating the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

8:35am

According to my calendar, today is 3/14. That means it's Pi Day, celebrating the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

8:38am

Wake me when you're done.

8:45am

Some people know it as 3.14 and that's why 3/14 is Pi Day. But pi actually goes much further than that. Count the letters of the phrase, "How I wish I could calculate pi" and you'll get 3.141592.

But you can go further. These guys, Songs To Wear Pants To, go to fifty decimal places, where the letters of "Man I can't" starts you off with 3.14 — go on, sing along:

"Man, I can't, I shant

formulate an anthem where the words comprise mnemonics

dreaded mnemonics for pi

The numerals just bother me, always

even the dry anterior

try to request something lower (zero)

in numerary aptitude, even I, pantaloon gallant

I cannot actualize the requested mnemonics

the leading fifty, I..."

8:47am

You and your numbers. So what's green about circles? This is a Web site about being green. Not being a dweeb.

8:49am

I thought you'd never ask. If you look at a can from above before you recycle it, what do see?

8:52am

A CIRCLE!

8:57am

And if you put all 4 million miles of roads in the USA around the Earth's equator, they would CIRCLE the Earth 157 times. That's a lot of road for our 200 million gas-guzzling cars.

9:00am

And don't forget organic apple pie with a whole wheat crust. That's a green pie.