KOKINTZ MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
Molossian Bureau of Weights and Measures
Who decided how much a pound weighs? What the heck is a peck? Who measured the earth for that whole metric system thing? What if they were wrong and missed a couple of kilometers? We could be speeding and never know it, or shorter than we thought. It's chaos, madness! Enough with the wacky measurement systems in place today. It's time for something new, something tangible, something (mostly) comprehensible - the Kokintz Measurement System. Named for Professor Alfred Kokintz, the famed scientist from Grand Fenwick, this system is based on easy to grasp ideas, like how much cookie dough weighs, how much fluid there is in a can of Diet Pepsi and the length of His Excellency, The President's hand. The Kokintz System is designed to make it easy to measure those important things in life, especially Molossian life. So go on, how many Nortons tall are you?
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