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 10-05-2010, 08:18 Post: 174343
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I know I spelled it wrong, but can someone give me the formula to get cubic inches from leiters.
I've surfed the US Gov weights and measures pages, either I don't know where to look or it isn't there.
I'm and old dude who still can vision how big a 283 or a 454 Chevy is or how much ground section of land is. I go pickup shopping, the sales kid tells me it has a so and so size leiter engine. I ask him how many cubic inches is that, he gives me a dumb shrug. Someone here has to know. pleas help. The guy who came up with all that metric crap should have been shot.
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 10-05-2010, 09:09 Post: 174344
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Frank:

1 liter = 61.023 cubic inches

The Germans and English spell it "litre". The German Oktoberfest just finished with a 200 year celebration. They drank 7 million liters of bier. That's allot of cubic inches and gallons. The fest grounds has allot of toilets for all that!






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 10-05-2010, 09:42 Post: 174345
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Canada (where we are so well centred that we spell it litre too) switched to metric 20 years back so we could trade more easily with the US that someone assured us would be switching too. Bigtime PITA!

I don't know what millibars or pascals are and I don't want to! I'm probably shrinking with age but I can't tell because my licences show my height in cm. But to this day, if the police want help in finding somebody they describe them as 5' 8" and 150 lbs. Go figure.






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 10-05-2010, 10:00 Post: 174346
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Thanks guys;
Yoper, I'm a 100% purebred Kraut, not many of us left over here anymore but 61,023 cubic inches of beir or beer either one is about my fill at one sitting anymore. I bought my annual jug of Cutty Sark the other day it is now measured in millaleiters or something like that, but still enough for my yearly dose.
OK now Auer, so you Canadians are to blame for all this confusion? Confused or not you still have better beir or beer than we southerners have.
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 10-05-2010, 10:05 Post: 174347
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Yooper----speaking of misspelling... man, yer makin' us Michiganders look bad: it's "a lot" not "allot". Where'd you go to sc'oo----Saginaw/Bay City?

I'm jis' razzin' ya.






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 10-05-2010, 10:06 Post: 174348
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OK, here I go again, I can't even spell bier correctly.
I had my checkup at Mayo a while back they measured me in Kilos and Cnemeters, so I still don't know how tall or how fat I really am. probably don't matter much anyway.
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 10-05-2010, 11:27 Post: 174353
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HW,

Your spelling is right if you are in Germany! But I suppose you already know that ....






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 10-05-2010, 12:07 Post: 174355
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Wasn't me! But who IS to blame is complicated, if you're interested.

Canadians had an influential federal leader (Prime Minister) named Pierre Trudeau, in turn whose influence was from Quebec, which in turn was influenced by their ancestors in France, which was influenced by Napoleon, who struck a committee to devise a standard new system of metrics. So the blame starts with someone on some committee who we've never heard of, and ends with Trudeau who imposed it on us sheep.

Our newspapers follow the rules. So if a plane's engine goes out at 10,000 feet (the worldwide measurement standard), they report it happened at 9,486 [or whatever] metres. Crazy.






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 10-05-2010, 13:45 Post: 174356
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Dennis;
So what was it that I spelled correctly?
Beir, Bier, Beer, It does taste better if it's from up north, no matter how you spell it. Our watered down stuff is pretty limp. Maybe just 30.5115 cu. in. would be enough up there for me.
Auer;
Now if you happen to meet Mr. Pierre Trudeau in a bar having a 61.023 cu. in. pitcher of the good stuff or maybe at a Wally World you might pass along my feelings about his wacky yardstick.
I can already hear Murf swooping in on this one telling me how much more efficent, simpler, faster, easier his ruler is to use than mine, etc., etc., etc. Let's hear it.
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 10-05-2010, 13:51 Post: 174357
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I'm also 100% Kraut and did spell "Bier" the correct way while in Germany. If you're interested in reading a little clip of info about the 200th anniversary of the Oktoberfest (October has a "k" in German also) go to the website "spiegel.de" Spiegel (mirror) is a large news outlet in Germany. ".de" is used for German websites instead of .com.

If you click onto that site, they have an "English" version where you can read about the "fest". I'd dare say that is about the biggest party in the world. I attended it in 1969.






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