I assume Australia is metric? Canadia is technically metric, though our proximity to the US tends to give us a bit of mix. I think in feet and inches for short distances but kilometres for longer ones and a bastardization combination of yards and metres for medium distances (other systems of measurement don't come into my life, though volume I'm pretty much exclusively metric) . This has become even more pronounced since my increased interest in the NFL over the past 6 or so years.Sahan wrote:Funny, that doesn't make it sound bigger to me. Converting it into inches makes it sound like it's smaller for me. Go figure.ruotwocone wrote:because let's face it, 7 and a half centimeters just makes it sound like it's bigger and you want to impress chicks as classy as Frostbite's dead mother.
To irk Edminister some more, what I am currently disliking is I don't know how to go straight to the unread posts in a thread. If I haven't looked at the forum in a while, figuring out where the new stuff starts requires either a lot of guesswork or having to read the entire thread or both pretty much.
Your criticism is valid. I have noticed that finding new posts is currently more difficult than before. Not quite as pronounced, especially if you've been absent for a few days. Also, for the record, I can't stand the "hot topics" animation for topics. Just because it hits multiple pages does not make it a hot topic. Especially on this board.
And I judge post quality by reverse-symbiosis.