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Decimals keep goin’ off the page it’s gonna fall, irrationals can still be ballers no lie most famous one is a number called pi


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If I choose an arbitrary number as my safe locker pass code, I know nobody can crack it by searching a pattern for it but it’s no use if you blurt out your secret pass code to someone else
Seriosly, what’s the point of this declarative thread? I couldn’t think of anything more creative


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> *Originally posted by **[Maik50](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603342):***
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> If I choose an arbitrary number as my safe locker pass code, I know nobody can crack it by searching a pattern for it but it’s no use if you blurt out your secret pass code to someone else
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> Seriosly, what’s the point of this declarative thread? I couldn’t think of anything more creative
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKfoORhiSA0&list=SP331F2815B08C0507&index=2&feature=plcp](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKfoORhiSA0&list=SP331F2815B08C0507&index=2&feature=plcp)


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I’m too dumb to understand this.


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> *Originally posted by **[ritzfitzMFT](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603343):***
> > *Originally posted by **[Maik50](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603342):***
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> > If I choose an arbitrary number as my safe locker pass code, I know nobody can crack it by searching a pattern for it but it’s no use if you blurt out your secret pass code to someone else
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> > Seriosly, what’s the point of this declarative thread? I couldn’t think of anything more creative
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> [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKfoORhiSA0&list=SP331F2815B08C0507&index=2&feature=plcp](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKfoORhiSA0&list=SP331F2815B08C0507&index=2&feature=plcp)
Lol, check this out for irrational [Golden Ratio song](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBgQPSUTWVM)


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> *Originally posted by **[91238576T41](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603797):***
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> 912.
wat


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> *Originally posted by **[ritzfitzMFT](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603809):***
> > *Originally posted by **[91238576T41](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603797):***
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> > 912.
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> wat
91238576


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> *Originally posted by **[91238576T41](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603814):***
> > *Originally posted by **[ritzfitzMFT](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603809):***
> > > *Originally posted by **[91238576T41](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6603797):***
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> > > 912.
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> > wat
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> 91238576
wat


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The 359th number of pi is 360. Surprised? I’m not considering pi is related to circles.


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> *Originally posted by **[EndlessSporadic](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6604101):***
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> The 359th number of pi is 360. Surprised? I’m not considering pi is related to circles.…The 359th number? Uhm, “360” is three numbers. Did you mean the 359th, 360th, and 361st?


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> *Originally posted by **[EndlessSporadic](/forums/2/topics/312907?page=1#posts6604101):***
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> The 359th number of pi is 360. Surprised? I’m not considering pi is related to circles.
You can’t say that the 359th number of pi is (Insert Number). You should say the 359th digit is (Insert digit). Digits are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. 360 isn’t a digit, it’s a 3 digit number. And how exactly does it work for you, not relating pi to circles?


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…and what is the point of this thread?


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