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Fractional Inch, Decimal Inch, and Millimeter Conversions

Inches Metric
Fractional Decimal mm
0.0039 0.1000
0.0079 0.2000
0.0118 0.3000
1/64 0.0156 0.3969
0.0157 0.4000
0.0197 0.5000
0.0236 0.6000
0.0276 0.7000
1/32 0.0313 0.7938
0.0315 0.8000
0.0354 0.9000
0.0394 1.0000
0.0433 1.1000
3/64 0.0469 1.1906
0.0472 1.2000
0.0512 1.3000
0.0551 1.4000
0.0591 1.5000
1/16 0.0625 1.5875
0.0630 1.6000
0.0669 1.7000
0.0709 1.8000
0.0748 1.9000
5/64 0.0781 1.9844
0.0787 2.0000
0.0827 2.1000
0.0866 2.2000
0.0906 2.3000
3/32 0.0938 2.3813
0.0945 2.4000
0.0984 2.5000
7/64 0.1094 2.7781
0.1181 3.0000
1/8 0.1250 3.1750
0.1378 3.5000
9/64 0.1406 3.5719
5/32 0.1563 3.9688
0.1575 4.0000
11/64 0.1719 4.3656
0.1772 4.5000
3/16 0.1875 4.7625
0.1969 5.0000
13/64 0.2031 5.1594
0.2165 5.5000
7/32 0.2188 5.5563
15/64 0.2344 5.9531
0.2362 6.0000
1/4 0.2500 6.3500
0.2559 6.5000
17/64 0.2656 6.7469
0.2756 7.0000
9/32 0.2813 7.1438
0.2953 7.5000
19/64 0.2969 7.5406
5/16 0.3125 7.9375
0.3150 8.0000
21/64 0.3281 8.3344
0.3346 8.5000
11/32 0.3438 8.7313
0.3543 9.0000
23/64 0.3594 9.1281
0.3740 9.5000
3/8 0.3750 9.5250
25/64 0.3906 9.9219
0.3937 10.0000
13/32 0.4063 10.3188
0.4134 10.5000
27/64 0.4219 10.7156
0.4331 11.0000
7/16 0.4375 11.1125
0.4528 11.5000
29/64 0.4531 11.5094
15/32 0.4688 11.9063
0.4724 12.0000
31/64 0.4844 12.3031
0.4921 12.5000
1/2 0.5000 12.7000
0.5118 13.0000
33/64 0.5156 13.0969
17/32 0.5313 13.4938
0.5315 13.5000
35/64 0.5469 13.8906
0.5512 14.0000
9/16 0.5625 14.2875
0.5709 14.5000
37/64 0.5781 14.6844
0.5906 15.0000
19/32 0.5938 15.0813
39/64 0.6094 15.4781
0.6102 15.5000
5/8 0.6250 15.8750
0.6299 16.0000
41/64 0.6406 16.2719
0.6496 16.5000
21/32 0.6563 16.6688
0.6693 17.0000
43/64 0.6719 17.0656
11/16 0.6875 17.4625
0.6890 17.5000
45/64 0.7031 17.8594
0.7087 18.0000
23/32 0.7188 18.2563
0.7283 18.5000
47/64 0.7344 18.6531
0.7480 19.0000
3/4 0.7500 19.0500
49/64 0.7656 19.4469
0.7677 19.5000
25/32 0.7813 19.8438
0.7874 20.0000
51/64 0.7969 20.2406
0.8071 20.5000
13/16 0.8125 20.6375
0.8268 21.0000
53/64 0.8281 21.0344
27/32 0.8438 21.4313
0.8465 21.5000
55/64 0.8594 21.8281
0.8661 22.0000
7/8 0.8750 22.2250
0.8858 22.5000
57/64 0.89063 22.6219
0.9055 23.0000
29/32 0.90625 23.0188
59/64 0.92188 23.4156
0.9252 23.5000
15/16 0.93750 23.8125
0.9449 24.0000
61/64 0.95313 24.2094
0.9646 24.5000
31/32 0.96875 24.6063
0.9843 25.0000
63/64 0.98438 25.0031
1 1.000 25.40
1.0039 25.5000
1.0236 26.0000
1.0433 26.5000
1.0630 27.0000
1.0827 27.5000
1.1024 28.0000
1.1220 28.5000
1.1417 29.0000
1.1614 29.5000
1.1811 30.0000
1.2205 31.0000
1 1/4 1.2500 31.7500
1.2598 32.0000
1.2992 33.0000
1.3386 34.0000
1.3780 35.0000
1.4173 36.0000
1.4567 37.0000
1.4961 38.0000
1 1/2 1.5000 38.1000
1.5354 39.0000
1.5748 40.0000
1.6142 41.0000
1.6535 42.0000
1.6929 43.0000
1.7323 44.0000
1 3/4 1.7500 44.4500
1.7717 45.0000
1.8110 46.0000
1.8504 47.0000
1.8898 48.0000
1.9291 49.0000
1.9685 50.0000
2 2.0000 50.8000
2.0079 51.0000
2.0472 52.0000
2.0866 53.0000
2.1260 54.0000
2.1654 55.0000
2.2047 56.0000
2.2441 57.0000
2 1/4 2.2500 57.1500
2.2835 58.0000
2.3228 59.0000
2.3622 60.0000
2.4016 61.0000
2.4409 62.0000
2.4803 63.0000
2 1/2 2.5000 63.5000
2.5197 64.0000
2.5591 65.0000
2.5984 66.0000
2.6378 67.0000
2.6772 68.0000
2.7165 69.0000
2 3/4 2.7500 69.8500
2.7559 70.0000
2.7953 71.0000
2.8346 72.0000
2.8740 73.0000
2.9134 74.0000
2.9528 75.0000
2.9921 76.0000
3 3.0000 76.2000
3.0315 77.0000
3.0709 78.0000
3.1102 79.0000
3.1496 80.0000
3.1890 81.0000
3.2283 82.0000
3.2677 83.0000
3.3071 84.0000
3.3465 85.0000
3.3858 86.0000
3.4252 87.0000
3.4646 88.0000
3 1/2 3.5000 88.9000
3.5039 89.0000
3.5433 90.0000
3.5827 91.0000
3.6220 92.0000
3.6614 93.0000
3.7008 94.0000
3.7402 95.0000
3.7795 96.0000
3.8189 97.0000
3.8583 98.0000
3.8976 99.0000
3.9370 100.0000
4 4.0000 101.6000

How to Steal $75,000 from the Poor in One Day’s Work

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How to Steal $75,000 from the Poor in One Day’s Work

By Jeffrey Tucker

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The new liberality concerning marijuana possession in the United States is long overdue, but let’s not exaggerate how much progress we’ve made. Users might not be ending up in jail as frequently as they did 10 years ago. But cops, judges, and courts still exercise arbitrary power to ruin people’s lives, and they continue to do so at astonishing rates, all over the country.

I recently saw this firsthand. I sat in a municipal traffic court from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., awaiting my own time with the judge for a petty moving violation. I was there with 150 other people, gathering cobwebs as the judge took his sweet time and shamed people as they stood at the bench and humbly submitted to his rule.

No phones or computers are allowed in court. My iPad was not allowed, either. Once you enter through the metal detector, you are trapped for the duration. There is no contacting anyone. For most people today, this would be the only time in their lives when such contact is forbidden. This rule contributes to the feeling of being controlled by and subjected to power.

You just have to wait your turn, even if it takes eight hours. So there we sat.

Not one person in this courtroom had harmed anyone. Not one. They had not stolen anything, had not mugged anyone, had not caused any car wrecks. And yet there they were, facing torment at the hands of a judge drunk on power and a criminal-justice system that is out of control.

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