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See my reply to MCProfessor above. I don’t claim to have the whole answer but cost is part of it. We need to present an arguable advantage to promote a change.
The scientific and engineering groups In the US too, you realize. I think that the enormous job of converting all the highway signage and the corresponding laws, plus resistance from the public is part of the problem. I had a Ford maybe 30 years ago with a digital display that let me choose metric or “standard” for the instruments, but that didn’t catch on. The general public is ambivalent about it, and that needs to change.
Now you’re making assumptions. It’s still an alien.
Thanks, Grandad. ☺ I just think it’s mostly mean-spirited, and that doesn’t appeal to me.
This is, of course, a parody of Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo, and Little Nero is also the favorite reading material of Petey in CulDeSac. I think Little Nemo is pretty clever and interestingly drawn.
Or maybe just hot fromageburgers.
I keep coming back here every day hoping to find something inoffensive and comical. I’m starting to believe that Weinersmith doesn’t have that in him. I should probably stop.
How’d they do that? Really, the animals had to be done with CGI. But it was very realistic.
I was parked next to a very pretty red Tesla the other day, and the whole car was clean and sharp looking, except the inside of the rear window was covered with nose prints. Maybe now I know why it was left that way! I understand your sense of loss.
They’ll figure that out quickly.