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Ooh! Ooh! Time for me to make fun of the Americans! Actually, tadman pointed out the funny part, but I shall simply point it out for all to see:

tadman: ...virtually a world standard. Like the metric system

What's so funny about this? Well if I recall correctly, the United States is one of the few (if not the only) country that still uses the imperial system! Update yourselves Americans and use the metric system! Heheh... I am prepared for the barrage of downvotes coming my way... one should never make fun of the out of date cool Americans!

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