Wanna Bet . . .
Akira Haraguchi, a Japanese clinical psychologist, set a new world's record by reciting the value of π to a mere 100,000 places. He also held the previous world record of 83,431 places (pieces?) of π.
Doesn't this seem a little too obsessive-compulsive for comfort coming from a psychologist? I can imagine him grilling his couch-bound clients not just on their mothers and fathers, but all their ancestors all the way back to the Book of Genesis, or whatever the Shinto parallel is.
Now I know how much my readership likes a challenge, so why don't you guys take a whack at it too?