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    • That's more like 15 to 20 ARs but whatever
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    • That's because Americans like doing things the hard way
      JNichs095 13 aug
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    • Kinda like how great Britain will do anything to avoid being great
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    • BroCum 13 aug
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    • WE DIDNT WIN 2 WORLD WARS AND A CIVAL WAR AND INDEPENDENCE WAR BY TAKING THE EASY ROUTE
      Bronyious 14 aug
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    • Well... we are superior
      Kimbrrly 13 aug
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    • I think metric is great for referencing sizes of things like cars, bikes, buildings, etc. But distance and speed are easier to visualize and understand with imperial. Like saying 100 miles per hour, you know they're going fast af. But 100kph really isn't fast at all. That's typical highway speeds.
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    • Only countries that can't get to the moon use the metric system
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    • Aight listen you no moon landings ass hats Americans know the metric system, it’s taught in our schools and used intermittently throughout our daily and professional lives, the biggest reason we don’t switch is because every that’s been built (buildings, roads, etc.) was built using customary
      ogGL 15 aug
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    • Yah well I can picture washing machines I can’t fucking picture 52,000 centimeters
      2farr 14 aug
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    • Literally all Americans know how to use the metric system. We learn both in school, and we chose the better system.
      vdarth87 13 aug
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    • It's for the scale, dumbasses. Can you get a grasp of how big 1100 liters is? That's a lot of liters to count. But just a handful of washing machines is understandable when everyone knows how big a washing machine is.
      vdarth87 13 aug
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    • That’s because anything is superior to metric.
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    • We use freedom units. Sorry you’re inferior
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    • There are two types of countries in the world, those that went to the moon first, and those that use the metric system.
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    • That’s because the metric system is for non superpower countries
      KKoner 13 aug
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    • Because comparing it to something everyone has gives people scale
      00Dolphin 13 aug
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    • _NlGGER_ 13 aug
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    • egghunk 13 aug
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    • Yet America made it to the moon. Which is about 630,577,200 washing machines away.
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    • That’s because we measure with relatable stuff unlike your nonsense numbers. 6 washer machines ok. 2 meters wtf
      Dislot 18 aug
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    • it's easier to express volume with something we know, it's for scale. Like, just saying "700 feet tall" doesn't meant shit to me, but if you say 28 houses tall, I get a clear picture
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    • Europeans will measure with anything but moon landings smh
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    • Assuming it's 7 washing machines wide, and the average length of a washing machine is 27 inches, this sinkhole is roughly 0.0525 football fields long. Or 5.25% of a football field.
      spleeN 13 aug
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    • Sorry. I don’t speak never landed on the moon
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    • I’m sorry I don’t speak can’t land people on the moon
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    • Silence European
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    • I'm sorry the metric system was invented by Communisim and I don't want that in MY God blesses U. S. of A.
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    • So here’s the deal. We as Americans know we should use metric. You as a non American know we should use metric. But we as Americans can’t be bothered to learn this late in the game how to convert everything.
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    • I dunno. It gives me a good idea about the size
      Loags22 13 aug
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    • That’s bc the metric system is fucking retarded
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    • Really I could use the Imperial system but I prefer Fahrenheit over Celsius.
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    • We talking industrial or cheap apartment level washing machines?
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    • Bruh I can imagine 6-7 washing machines in a row but if they were to say like 20 feet or something I couldn't picture how big that was
      Sinpai 13 aug
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    • Which country got to the moon, won back to back world wars, and has the strongest military? That's what I fucking thought.
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    • The easiest way to convey information is to compare it to already known information
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    • I'm sorry who made it to the moon?
      Waz_Baz 18 aug
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    • Ya fuck the metric system
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    • Because we have a sense of creativity and individualism while the rest of the world strives to conformity, ex: the metric system
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    • Pffft that’s about 0.2185 football fields.
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    • Anything is better than the metric system
      ddog928 17 aug
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    • Last time I checked the metric system didn’t win two world wars and the Cold War.
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    • Europeans will go anywhere other than the moon
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    • If we wanted to stump Europe we could measure using air conditioners as a measurement
      grimgj 13 aug
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    • Metric didn't get to the moon
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    • The conversion to metric for number of moon landings for EU is still 0
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    • Every other county in the world: america bro just use the metric system. America:
      Datboycj 13 aug
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    • Dont mock us or i stg ill cross 7 or maybe 8 football fields to hit you
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    • moistures 13 aug
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    • Id rather measure things in pounds per square dildo than use your commie system
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    • I have a rough idea of what 7 washing machines is vs a rougher idea of 7 cubic meters. I understand a cubic meter but it's easier to use something you've seen your entire life.
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    • Yeah. But now I can imagine the exact size of the hole.
      tediz357 13 aug
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    • I mean we have AC so
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    • I like how Europeans try to shit on us for small things like this but come crying to us when germany is being mean
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    • Well a washing machine is roughly the same size across the board and saying that gives us a three dimensional size estimate
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    • Honestly I find it easier to visualize washing machines than feet for some reason
      Limbumbra 13 aug
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    • Its fake, they didnt measure with footbal fields
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    • We know how big a washing machine is, but who knows how fucking big a meter is.
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    • Fuck the metric system
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    • Rapier368 13 aug
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    • What's that? Sounds like communist propaganda
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    • It's called making a visual, why do you think so many papers use football fields as a unit of measurement? We can visualize something better when it's compared to something else we can easily visualize
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    • C°ant get to the moon. F°ucking went to the moon
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    • Cuz the metric system sucks and I’d rather not measure my height in fuckin centimeters which is the smallest unit after meters!!
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    • They could’ve just used feet, but the washing machine thing is just to give a real world visualization, since people don’t always think in the form of data.
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    • People know how Big washing machines are, it’s a point of reference.
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    • americans will win two world wars
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    • I’m too far into life to learn that shit now
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    • I mean because it is easier to imagine washing machines then whatever ultra specific measurement they shit out
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    • Has anyone considered someone hasnt actually measured the hole so they're useing the washing machines as a relative measurement to give an idea of how big it is because they dont know how big it is
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    • well... at least most people have a general idea how big a washingmachine is, compared to such abstract units like yard or inches...
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    • Yeah but its easy to understand because fucking everyone can envision a washing machine
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    • My dicks the size of a half a firestick remote
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    • Those washing machines must be tiny
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    • As a machinist I say fuck the metric system. Our way is much more precise
      aHot 15 aug
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    • Fuck the metric system
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    • Metric is for commies
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    • Ahh, good old Kansas City. Born and bred👌
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    • You’re just mad because we dumped your tea in the harbor and saved your bitch asses from Germany twice. Grow up you petty euroskanks. We invented the airplane, the tank, AND the pizza. Better be bowing down now, before we find some “oil” in Europe.
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    • People be mad that America uses a system differently but Great Britian uses their own currency while most of the rest of Europe uses Euros
      Zelt 14 aug
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    • That hole is like two washing machines maybe three
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    • Its Missouri, they were on meth, give em a break
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    • Not everyone knows the metric system, but anyone watching the news knows how big a washing machine is.
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    • Missouri hell yea
      mckinley 13 aug
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    • The difference is that I know how big a washing machine is
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