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Old 09-28-2006, 06:39 PM
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So.....how do I get mine? Also, where is my join date? It just says Sep 2001 and no date. I think my date was actually 9/17 or something, but not sure. I didn't see it when I clicked edit profile.
http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/actu...mber.php?u=151 (I got here by clicking on your name at the upper left of your post, then choosing "View public profile")

Join date 9-18-01 for you.
Thanks...but it says 9-19 when I click on it.

So where's my pin, Tom?
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Old 09-28-2006, 06:52 PM
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you have to ask. then send gifts. then be patient.
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You have to post in this thread to get your pin.. Now that you have, I'm sure he'll add you when he sees it.
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Old 09-28-2006, 07:16 PM
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you have to ask. then send gifts. then be patient.
Sometimes there is trouble getting the proper administrative approval from the Nigerian government. If your pin does not arrive within 14 days, try sending more gifts.

btw, I love the 3.14 pin, Tom. Thanks!
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Old 09-28-2006, 07:56 PM
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Love the pi pin. thanks, Tom.

I'll have to give the avatat some thought.
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Slice me a piece of pi, please, Tom! After these last six months, I can tell the next 4.5 years are going to be loooooooong. I don't know pi to 1,000 decimals, though. That's not a requirement, is it? (but I do know it to 11 decimals. don't ask me why)
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Slice me a piece of pi, please, Tom! After these last six months, I can tell the next 4.5 years are going to be loooooooong. I don't know pi to 1,000 decimals, though. That's not a requirement, is it? (but I do know it to 11 decimals. don't ask me why)
Silly KN. If you learn pi to 5 decimals, you know it to 1000. Just use random digits in the 6th and later position, and no one will know the difference, or care.

There may be a few people who know pi to more than 5 decimals, but if I met a woman like that I would try to pick her up, not reminisce about pi. How you doin?
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