May the 4th...

PorkPieGuy

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GetAgrippa

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It resolves to 1.25. This does not resolve to Golden ratio of 1.6 or 1.1? WTH it is. So it ain’t golden . May the Farce be with you in my best Irish accent. May 4 th?? Wait a minute my younger sister has a birthday this month- her or someone I know and it has a 4 in it. It’s her but 14th I find - I bet I forget and miss it- again.
 

MrInsanePolack

Platinum Member
British humour mate... ;) (y)
I still dont get it lol.
Unless you're in the military. 04 May 2021 is the approved method of recording the date.
Isnt this pretty standard just about everywhere, date/month/year? I thought the US was different in this also, along with the metric system.
 

GMS_Fan

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Yamaha Rider

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I still dont get it lol.

Isnt this pretty standard just about everywhere, date/month/year? I thought the US was different in this also, along with the metric system.
In what way has the US not adopted metric? Engineering has switched. The UK has adopted some, like food weights, but roads are still measured in miles.
 

felonious69

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My car has metric AND standard< you know REAL measures!
When I'm fixing it, I just throw the metric stuff away. Sure it's a piece of crap now with parts all over between here and work, but... principles!
 
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