Certainly. Many countries use them.
Most countries outside the United States.
No countries use feet and inches in the world except for the United States but some countries that trade with the USA still use them as a secondary system for export items. Other countries like Canada and other members of the old British Common stil have a familiarity with the Imperial (foot and inches) system and expressions. In these counties a wall stud is still colloquially a 2x4 and a tall man "over 6' "
Pounds measure weight. Gallons measure volume. Use scales.
In many countries they never had gallons. The Litre has been used in Continental Europe since before Napoleon. Other countries have gradually changed from Imperial to Metric. In Canada the change has been done very slowly since the mid 1970's. The US has also agreed to change to metric back in 1866, but along with Burma and Liberia are still clinging on to customary measures.
not enough, they are still fat bastards :(
They didn't, some countries use one ond some the other.
countries that mostly used tie dye
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.
country's that still use capitalism today are Italy Spain and Greece.
Not sure but I do know the PLA still uses them.
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.