Edwin Abbott Abbott was a schoolmaster and theologian of the 19th and early 20th century that authored Flatland.
Tangent’s manager called him to a meeting with the HR Manager.
An Arc complained Tangent was touching.
π bought a house. He made all the appropriate arrangements and had all that was left was for the house to be conveyed to him through the title company.
On the day of the closing, π went to the title company and sined the closing documents.
A physicist was asked to stop a physics projected which involved comparing trials involving force and distance to assist a doctoral candidate from the Philosophy Department understand the meaning of life.
The physicist happily obliged as long as exactly 50% of his time could be dedicated to his physics project and the doctoral candidate.
He thought that would be a good work-life balance.