As an engineer, you must use metric, no?
Originally Posted by 7milesout
At least for some stuff? Gets hard to divide 13/16th's when you're using microscopes and other scientific equipment. If you live in Canada near the border, you hear people talk in Fahrenheit for temperatures. Otherwise that one is all Celsius. Other stuff it's a mix.
Ask anyone what their pool temperature is on a hot day, they'll say 80 F. Ask anyone's height, they'll say it in ft. and inches.
I think I'm 179 cm tall according to my license, but I would say 6 feet.
We have more British-isms yes, however I find Americans to be extremely friendly and generous people. Sometimes I think Canadians are more reserved. But these are the things of generalization so it's silly.
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