not enough, they are still fat bastards :(
They didn't, some countries use one ond some the other.
Countries that use 'Imperial' measurement systems (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_units ). I.E. Most countries that DON'T use the metric system.
countries that mostly used tie dye
country's that still use capitalism today are Italy Spain and Greece.
Not sure but I do know the PLA still uses them.
Japan, Norway and Iceland still hunt whales and also use whale products.
Many of the countries in Europe now use the Euro but several countries, such as the United Kingdom and Norway, still use their own individual currencies.
There are a number of countries which still use corporal punishment in schools. Some of them include Malaysia, Costa Rica, India, Pakistan, Philippines and so many others.
Some 3d world countries still use it, but there is no way to know for sure how many.
Most countries in the European Union use the Euro, while some of them still use their own currencies.
Britian and the United States still use the English Measuring system. ========================================= -- The two countries that still use the English system of weights and measures are the USA, Myanmar (Burma), and Liberia. -- There is nothing standard about that system, except in those two countries.
u.s. , roman,italy, england, use death penalty
Certainly. Many countries use them.
One example, for those who still use obsolete measurement units, is quarts and gallons.
China, United States, Pakistan, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Iraq, India are some of the countries that still use execution as a punishment for crimes.
Because in some places, they still use rivers to transport goods from countries to other countries.
Yes they are still in use by some authors who use typewriters for their books. In developing countries these are also still used in some government offices and court houses. But computers are fast replacing these. - Neeraj Sharma
The troglodyte three: USA, Burma and Liberia. However, some other countries do still use the customary system for specific measures.