Talk:Canada/Metric System

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Actually, in Metric time, 1 hour is 1/10 of a day. I know this is supposed to be funny but it really isn't. Someone humorize it.

  • Actually, Canadian metric time isn't base ten, that would almost make sense. Think of C.M.T. as more like Napoleon's attempt at a "Metric" Calendar. Actually, this isn't "supposed to be funny", this is deadly serious, man. This is Canadian propaganda at its finest and, with the Department of Canadian Propaganda of Canada's limited budget, Uncyclopedia is the only method that at hand to "push" the perfectly sensible and in no way insane Canadian point of view. The D.C.P.oC. tried doing it on Wikipedia as well but those guys, for the most part, actually know what they're talking aboot. Now you know and, if cartoons from the eighties are to be believed, knowing is, in fact, roughly 50% of the battle. Actually Modusoperandi 14:13, 24 February 2006 (UTC)
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