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The blog Bits and Pieces revisited this Wikipedia image above showing countries that have officially adopted the metric system (in green) and those who have not.
As stated on Wikipedia, "Only three nations have not officially adopted the International System of Units as their primary or sole system of measurement: Burma, Liberia, and the United States." Like it's some sort of guilt trip or something. I thought Wikipedia was supposed to be unbiased!
Haven't we gotten over this whole metric system debate?
Let me reiterate, anything that's good enough for Myanmar is good enough for me.
And also, what about Antarctica? Yeah, the giant gray area at the bottom of the map? Why isn't anyone giving them shit for not adopting the metric system? If that map is to scale that place is like 100 thousand furlongs wide! Why's no one on their case.
Here's what I'm thinking: The U.S. will adopt the metric system when Antarctica does. Deal?