Right. So due to the seasonal outbreak of math-geek fist-fighting, name-calling and general rowdiness, I'm sure you're all well aware (because I mean really, who isn't?) that this past Tuesday was once again Tau Day.
You were aware of this, right?
What. Do you live under a rock?
Tau? Pi doubled? You know... tau.
Damn, those mathematicians are clever.
Anyway, I've decided that from now on all our holidays should be numerical puns. Unfortunately, this means they all have to revolve around math.
I got nuthin'.
Still. Geeks fist-fighting over whether to use 3.14 or 6.28. That's pretty funny, right? Because it's just so super-hard to add "x2" to an equation. When you're, y'know… an astrophysicist.
I think we should all start a movement to use 1.57 instead. Um. That means we have to change the calendar so there's a January 57th. Let's see.... "Thirty days hath September, April, June and November. All the rest have thirty-one, excepting February... and January, which has 57."
I'm good with that.