9185 = 5 * 11 * 167. May 11th (11 May) this year is Root Canal Appreciation Day according to this. A quick search of “root canal 9185” gives me dentist phone numbers…

Umm, Chuck Norris Fact/Joke #9185 is “If you ever dare to ‘axe’ Chuck Norris a question, he will ‘axe’ your forehead”…

It’s pretty hard to find anything actually cool about this number…

Anyways, happy Pi Day! (I realize it’s already the 15th in the Eastern Hemisphere)

8452:
The 19th (8+4+5+2) digit of pi is 4, 4 digits in 8452

The prime factorization of 8452 is 222113. (2113^pi)*4 = 111568045555. That has an 8, a 4, five 5s, a 6, a 0, and three 1s. That is, 8, 4, 5, 6/3=2.

February 2, 1913 (which is kinda like 2113), the Grand Central Terminal was opened in NYC.

8452 occurs in pi (at least) at digit 26,659, 28,830, 39,134, 42,751, 48,722, 57,829, 58,221, 67,763. That’s 8 times. All digits of 8452 occur throughout these numbers.

We registered the number 88, which the robotevents site said was available at the time, but a few days later we got an email back saying that 2188A had been registered, so that’s how our number came!

And apparently it’s a model of combine harvester. Maybe some good inspiration for intakes…

241 - also the house number of ten houses on my way to school
24) -1 amount of awards we won this year (241N)
241/241=1. 1x=1x= amount of teams world wide. 142is 99 less than 241, so that’s kinda cool. Yeah I’m trying too hard.
241 also is some nth digit of pi. So that’s cool.