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Wednesday, October 04, 2006


What are you doing to get yourself in the Guinness Book of Records? Huh? Yeah, exactly. You lazy SOB. You make me sick.
A Japanese mental health counselor recited pi to 100,000 decimal places from memory on Wednesday, setting what he claims to be a new world record.

Akira Haraguchi, 60, needed more than 16 hours to recite the number to 100,000 decimal places, breaking his personal best of 83,431 digits set in 1995, his office said Wednesday. He made the attempt at a public hall in Kisarazu, just east of Tokyo.

More here.

In pie news, Australians are so stupid that they need the government to force them to make good pie. Seriously. So much for separation of pie and state.

Meanwhile, pie-pushing mothers in England continue to battle Jamie Oliver and healthy crappy-food-promoting government goons. Long live the resistance! We shall fight them on the beaches. We shall fight them in the fields and in the streets. We shall fight them with pie!