Time for me to make fun of the Americans!
, last I checked Canada was in America. So is Mexico and the United States. If I'm not mistaken, you're from Canada. Oh well, we know what you mean. ;-)
Update yourselves Americans and use the metric system!
Well, we mesure soda pop bottles in liters: 3, 2, 1, .5. Our cars have KM rate measurements (as well as MPH). But, do you really think we can convert all measurements to metric? That'd be harder than change currency to the Euro.
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