Saturday, March 14th, 2020, (3/14) is Pi Day. Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The number starts with 3.14, but it goes on for infinity.
I can consistently remember just 3 digits of Pi, which obviously is nothing to brag about.
However, my friend, graphic designer Lyndsay Cooper, is famous in certain circles for memorizing Pi. Three years ago, at a party, with no warning, I asked her to recite Pi for me and she recited the first 50 digits. And that’s only because she was unprepared. In high school she was champion of a Pi memorizing contest and memorized many more. Video below.
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Pi Day Deals and Events for 2020
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen: For one day only, on March 14, guests who order a Homemade Chicken Pot Pie in-restaurant or ToGo will get a second pie free-of-charge to take and bake at home, no coupon necessary.
7-Eleven: The convenience store is running two pizza deals on Pi Day — from midnight to midnight.
For just $3.14 you can get a whole pizza inside 7-Eleven stores, through the 7Rewards program (you’ll need to scan your membership code at checkout).
Through the 7NOW mobile app, you can get a $3.14 pizza delivered to you.
7Rewards members who visit participating 7-Eleven stores on National Pi Day can also purchase a pizza slice for just 50 cents (limit one per customer) by scanning their 7-Eleven app at checkout.
Papa John’s: Buy one large pizza at regular price and get one for just $3.14.
Note that this info came from a press statement, and does not yet appear on the Papa John’s website. We expect it to show up on the day of the deal.