One last reminder: the LAP Forum ‘Open House’ is tomorrow evening (6 November) from 8 – 10 PM Eastern.
Chris and John are holding the Open House to answer your questions about books, tools and mathematical ratios.
If you want to post a question you will need to log on using your LAP store account. You can set up an account here.
You do not need an account if you only want to read the questions and answers as they pop up on the forum.
Be there and SPQR!
11 thoughts on “Citizens! The LAP Forum ‘Open House’ Approaches!”
Like the mirror ball. Nice touch.
During the time of the Roman Republic SPQR meant the Senate and People of Rome. It meant the solidarity between the people and the senate. In present day Rome you can still see SPQR on ancient monuments and walls.
Senātus Populusque Rōmānus
“Start Planing, Quit Ranting”
Quo usque tandem abutere, Christopher, patientia nostra?!
And Ben whips out the Latin.
I know–so predictable, right? But I assure you, there *is* a connection to the picture.
You got my joke! I cropped the original picture to remove Catiline and inserted Chris in the empty row of seats. Cicero is now calling you out Chris.
Being able to read and speak Latin is so cool
Quotes just sound better in Latin.
Somebody beat me to the Catiline joke, as it were. Bummer.
I like Chris’ slouchy better than Catiline’s hunchy pose. Catiline’s pose says “I’m gonna get you sucka,” whereas Chris’ says, “whateva.”
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