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I don't know. How about the number 8. It's the symbol for infinity yo. :D

 

but it has it be a sideways

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#7, always wore this number.

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#10. The number I always wore playing baseball.

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6 for Dr. J. Loved him growing up

 

31 for my number ofr basketball & softball

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13...My Dad said when I was younger that 13 is good luck for Italians.

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:doh: You had claimed to wear #12.

 

 

 

I :D to Big John's memory. :tup:

 

I actually was a hugh Danny White fan. :D

 

Seriously, my best friend wore #11 and wouldn't give it up. It's still my fave number. Do you remember what our team was? Hint: It wasn't the Cowboys.

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13...My Dad said when I was younger that 13 is good luck for Italians.

 

 

 

A lot of italians believe 17 is bad luck ...very superstitious about it

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A lot of italians believe 17 is bad luck ...very superstitious about it

 

 

 

Italians are very very superstitious people..

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Italians are very very superstitious people..

 

 

Yes they are whomp ...but we can cook our pants off , and charm the pants off the ladies among some of our noted gifts :D:D

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Yes they are whomp ...but we can cook our pants off , and charm the pants off the ladies among some of our noted gifts :tup::D

 

 

 

I cant argue with the truth :D

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I cant argue with the truth :D

 

 

 

You knew I was Italian before I met Mrs. Whomper...right? :D

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:D

 

 

I thought you might be refering to pi with this response. You know 22/7. But then realized the numbers were slightly off as pi would start out- 3.1428571

 

Yes they are whomp ...but we can cook our pants off , and charm the pants off the ladies among some of our noted gifts :D:tup:

 

 

Hey if all else fails, at least I like your optimistic approach. You guys also have such talents as not needing any oil from a separate container to mix with the vinegar when making a salad as you use natural oils coming straight for your hands when tossing. Also most of you haven't figure out yet that when a word ends in an "a" it's not pronounced like "er" Ex. Virginia is not Virginier or one of my favs. pizza being said pizzer. And vice versa when it actually ends in an "er" it's chops off and pronounced as if it were an "a" Ex. New Yorker is not New Yorka. This pronunciation issue is seen many times as a turn on, as women see a man talking like this as being confident and masculine instead of uneducated and ignorant. And I admit most Italians are very good with blind-siding the ladies, schmoozing them over to get them in the sack/later hitched and then demeaning them for the rest of their lives to serve their every need/desire. Now that takes talent!!! Italians are the "The Wizards of Oz" just don't look behind the curtain!!!! :clap::doh::D

 

Oh by the way I may be Irish but my wife's entire family is Italian as well as my sister's fiance's. They served as the target test group for the findings above. :D

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I thought you might be refering to pi with this response. You know 22/7. But then realized the numbers were slightly off as pi would start out- 3.1428571

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I thought you might be refering to pi with this response. You know 22/7. But then realized the numbers were slightly off as pi would start out- 3.1428571

 

LMAO!!!

 

Pi is NOT 22/7.

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:D

 

 

You know the Greek letter used as a symbol for the ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter. It's equal to about 3.14159

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LMAO!!!

 

Pi is NOT 22/7.

 

 

Divide 22 by 7. Pi- 3.1428571. No? If not I'm going to find my HS math teachers and file a grievance.

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LMAO!!!

 

Pi is NOT 22/7.

 

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi

 

Archimedes of Syracuse discovered, by considering the perimeters of 96-sided polygons inscribing a circle and inscribed by it, that π is between 223⁄71 and 22⁄7. The average of these two values is roughly 3.1419.

 

The Chinese mathematician Liu Hui computed π to 3.141014 in AD 263 and suggested that 3.14 was a good approximation.

 

The Indian mathematician and astronomer Aryabhata in the 5th century gave the approximation π = 62832⁄20000 = 3.1416, correct when rounded off to four decimal places. He also acknowledged the fact that this was an approximation, which is quite advanced for the time period.

 

The Chinese mathematician and astronomer Zu Chongzhi computed π to be between 3.1415926 and 3.1415927 and gave two approximations of π, 355⁄113 and 22⁄7, in the 5th century.

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Irish, you are being moranic. We all know what pi is and we also all know that 22/7 is only an approximation of pi (something that your first post on the subject clearly indicates that you did not know).

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