On 8/7/2016 5:23 PM, email@example.com wrote:
It costs next to nothing as we already have duel tools and measuring
devices. Some things won't change, such as 12 ounce cans for the
millions of existing soda machines.
You probably have noticed that working "as is" means the gradual phasing
in of metrics over many years and it is not going to stop. Fighting the
change just adds another generation or two to the finality.
Be sure your grandchildren learn Mandarin too.
There are already plenty of soda machines that dispense 20 ounce
bottles, so changing that is no problem. Twelve liquid ounces is 355
ml, so a 350 ml pop can could fit existing 12 oz. machines without
Bad guys is the reason there aren't telephone booths
any longer. In the US, in this century, the only people
using them were drug dealers and pimps, so the police
started encouraging business owners to remove them.
I was surprised to see, watching the bike race in Rio,
that phone booths are still common there. Dunno if that's
because cell phones are less common (seems unlikely), or
criminals don't use phone booths there, or simple inertia.
LOL.... Strongly, my eye doctor's waiting room has a soda machine, it
must be there decoration, it has no power cord and is room temperature
inside. ;~) And it is empty. Every thing else in the room is
relatively modern, I doubt that the building is over 10 years old.
I didn't say glass bottles. They're 20 ounce plastic bottles.
Example of 20 oz soda dispenser machine:
BTW, 20 oz. is approx. 0.591 liters, so making a 0.6 liter product
would be very little difference.
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