When someone is translating the imperial units to metric units - don't be redundant.
+A number after a "foot" is probably inches:
+2012-02-14 14:06:27,503 [INFO] title: Whats 6 inches long and WON'T be getting sucked on Valentines day?
+2012-02-14 14:06:27,505 [INFO] link: http://www.reddit.com/r/toosoon/comments/poz6p/whats_6_inches_long_and_wont_be_getting_sucked_on/
+2012-02-14 14:06:27,505 [INFO] tresponse: 6 inches = 15.24 centimeters
+2012-02-14 14:44:47,520 [INFO] body: A guy did that at the supermarket I used to work at once.
+Well, I say he did that. What happened was I was working some overtime at night helping to stack a metric shit-ton (no pun intended) of toilet paper in a promotion area. I had 8 pallets of it to pile up. I got it to be about 7 feet high by 10 feet wide by 5 feet deep. Took me 3 hours.
+Just as I finished at 2:30am, some drunk came barrelling up and launched himself at my creation. I just stood there, speechless. That twat eventually dug himself out and looked at me. I must have looked pretty distraught, because he apologised before sheepishly walking out.
+2012-02-14 14:44:47,526 [INFO] comment: http://www.reddit.com/r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu/comments/po7j6/and_i_was_never_allowed_back_in/c3r381i
+2012-02-14 14:44:47,526 [INFO] cresponse: 7 feet = 2.13 meters
+for line in open('2012-02-15_metricbot.py.log').readlines():
+ 'miles': quantities.mile,
+ 'mile': quantities.mile,
+ 'ounce': quantities.oz,
+ 'ounces': quantities.oz,
+ quantities.mile: quantities.km,
+ quantities.oz: quantities.gram,