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Post by happyrain » Tue Jan 01, 2019 1:10 am

i got a new one today and i am sure it was a prompt! =)
checking out at the grocery store the cashier told me i owed $5.38, the gentlemen waiting to check out his groceries next heard ":38" and seemed filled with a sense of wonder. he told me the time was "4:38" and that he thought the alignment of :38 was something very strange but it excited him and all three of us were very happy in the moment.

huh, well... it's nice to see the prompts again, they're in full swing this new years eve!

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Re: :38

Post by Sandy » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:39 am

Happy New Year, Eric!
It warms my heart to read of your :38 shared prompt. What a great way to start the New Year. :bana:
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Re: :38

Post by happyrain » Fri Jan 04, 2019 3:58 am

Wishing you and George many more happy and blessed years. :loves

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Re: :38

Post by Amigoo » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:44 pm

:idea: My recent 3:18 prompts (1/Pi) are entertaining ...
and indicative of association with an ongoing project ...
but otherwise a "Hello" more than clue to a problem ...
(or yet to be discovered as a clue). :roll:

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Post by happyrain » Sat Jan 05, 2019 4:47 am

Rod, wishing you an uplifting revelation. :sunny:

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Re: :38

Post by Amigoo » Sat Jan 05, 2019 9:03 am

Thanks for the encouragement, but I've had lotsa Pi in recent years
... and now start 2019 with a cube of Pi. 8) Apparently, 1/Pi
is an important ingredient in this "out of the box" Pi. ;)

Re: http://aitnaru.org/images/Khristos_Voskrese.pdf
See "Quadraturial Cube" design

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Re: :38

Post by Seeker13 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 7:47 pm

Eric,
Wonderful your prompts have returned! :bana: It's a wonder that in that particular place and time a seemingly random number would help three people share a moment. Heart warming! AND prompted Rod to share his affinity with Pi!

Rod,
Thanks for sharing the link. That is a lot of Pi! While my nonmathematical brain went, "ERRRRRK!" :shock: fleeing in fear back into the deep recesses of my scull. My doodle brain(once created a mathematical doodle and poem involving a small circle), was entranced with the dancing and flow of colors and shapes, reminding me that we live in a mathematical universe and everything is connected. While it did make me wonder what that meant for nonmathematical me, it was engaging, entertaining and hilarious all at once!

May the Pi prompts continue for you both!... For some reason I'm suddenly having a craving for something sweet! ;)

Love to all in this promising 2019!
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Re: :38

Post by Sandy » Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:32 pm

Kim wrote:
For some reason I'm suddenly having a craving for something sweet! ;)
Pecan Pie! :cheers: That is what I have been craving! and oh my .... it is a sugar nightmare! :shock:

Rod's site is filled with intriguing geometric works of art, eh, Kim? It always tickles my artistic side when I visit...I'm afraid my mathematical side doesn't have a clue, though. Ir's probably having a coffee with yours on the far side of my brain. LOL

Have a great week you guys! :hithere
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Re: :38

Post by happyrain » Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:15 am

i enjoyed it as well.
also, change my wishing to praying. =) keeping you all in my prayers! :loves

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Re: :38

Post by Seeker13 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:04 pm

Eric,
Please keep praying for all of us!... I sense another thread once again de-evolving centering around food. Hey! There are several of Rod's diagrams with food labels,... so maybe it's alright! Was there a pecan Pi in there somewhere?

Sandy,
I used to make a DEEELICIOUS pecan pie from scratch, but Dave isn't much of a nut fan. Well, except for me of course... I say that with complete certainty. By the way pecans are my favorite!


Rod,
Please keep the Pi coming. If you made them with stevia I wouldn't feel so guilty afterward!


I'm in a great mood! Another day added to our break because of an ice storm. And we still have power! Hmmm, I wonder how Pi would taste made with stevia? I have pecans and a protractor!!!

Love to all!
Kim
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