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1. http://www.metric-conversions.org/we...conversion.htm

has temperature, length, weight, area, and volume conversions

Did you know that a "stone" is equal to 14 pounds?

3. Originally Posted by bearisgray
http://www.metric-conversions.org/we...conversion.htm

has temperature, length, weight, area, and volume conversions

Did you know that a "stone" is equal to 14 pounds?
Sooooo, are you saying that a 280 lb person is really only 20 stones??? I think I'll start weighing in rocks.

Originally Posted by bearisgray
http://www.metric-conversions.org/we...conversion.htm

has temperature, length, weight, area, and volume conversions

Did you know that a "stone" is equal to 14 pounds?
Sooooo, are you saying that a 280 lb person is really only 20 stones??? I think I'll start weighing in rocks.
:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

5. Thank you for posting this handy site :D:D:D

Originally Posted by bearisgray
http://www.metric-conversions.org/we...conversion.htm

has temperature, length, weight, area, and volume conversions

Did you know that a "stone" is equal to 14 pounds?
Sooooo, are you saying that a 280 lb person is really only 20 stones??? I think I'll start weighing in rocks.
DH likes just being 20 stones too.

http://www.unitconversion.org/unit_c...er/weight.html

Did you know that a "slug" is a little more than 32 pounds.

Originally Posted by bearisgray
http://www.metric-conversions.org/we...conversion.htm

has temperature, length, weight, area, and volume conversions

Did you know that a "stone" is equal to 14 pounds?
Sooooo, are you saying that a 280 lb person is really only 20 stones??? I think I'll start weighing in rocks.
Funny!!!!!!!!!!!

9. I have used that site before. It's great.

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