I think so, Brain … but this history of Wold War One says that the German stormtroopers were metric rather than imperial.
I think so, Brain … but the european squirrels will only collect metric nuts.
Lincoln Chaffee is running for President with the metric system as part of his platform.
Good. 28 g of prevention is worth 454 g of cure (with round-off error.)
I think so, Brain … we should go metric every inch of the way.
I think so, Brain … but to avoid confusion on this project we should use common units. We shouldn’t touch the metric system with a 3.048 m pole.
I think so, Brain … but if God wants us to use the metric system, why are there 12 Apostles?
The Gentle Reader has surely noticed by now that I tend to you metric units wherever possible. I suppose it comes from 40+ years of practice as an electrical engineer. There are no English units for electricity and magnetism, just volts, ohms, teslas, etc.
David Wogan has a nice essay about the metric system over at Scientific American.