Saturday, March 14, 2015

Pi Day: 2015. America's Premier Eventologist, ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith weighs in via her Quote: To Pi or not to Pie. That is The Q & We all know The A.

DATELINE:  Saturday, March 14, 2015 - 3:14 AM CST

National Splurge Day’s The Daily Splurge #266 for Saturday, March 14, 2015 centers on a once-in-a-life Event (not one of the1900 that I created) which numerically is deciphered as 3-14-15 and known as:

Pi Day 

It is primarily  of utmost importance to the mathematicians amongst us.
The media is abbreviating the Day and Date to:


In case you haven’t notice.   Pi goes on from there! Extremely exciting.  Many of us are also getting a BIG BANG out of the fact that it is St. Pat’s Day Weekend and we are painting the town – wherever we live, not RED, but Green, in anticipation of Spring coming in to join us in 7 more days.

Therefore, in order to properly celebrate Saturday, March 14, 2015 as it should be and as a grand Part of my Holidate known as:

National Splurge Day ©1994

now in its 20TH year, go out, indulge, splurge  and enjoy some PIE.   The Baker’s Variety as Pie (the opposite of Cake) is the closest you can get to that kind of a SPLURGE today.  For those who are watching our Figures, rest assured, you can always run it off, if your PIE of Choice is Pizza and not light on the Cheese as it should not be!

"To Pi 
not to Pie...
that is The Question
We all know The Answer."

Quote of ASK:
Saturday:  3-14-2015- 12:11 PM CST

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