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Comment: Re:Not so bad to have different systems. (Score 1) 2288

by non-registered (#35889046) Attached to: Why Does the US Cling To Imperial Measurements?
OK, so you come on over to my kitchen and use your new rules of thumb to rewrite all my much-beloved family recipes. I don't have a .4 cc spoon, so make sure you adjust all the measurements and test all the recipes so that the family won't barf and the amounts can be easily measured. I remember when I was a kid, the metric system was the coming thing... until everybody realized our sizable investment in butter-measuring devices. Uh, lemme see,, .454 kilos... uhh.. oh never mind.

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