Saturday, June 4, 2011

6-4-11: more fun with AI

Civil war veterans from Columbia County.

New congresswoman and our Gibson shake hands.

Cuts in youth center Hudson.

Girls softball New Lebanon.  Video.

Plant sale at state park.

From this cool site:

Private Wells and On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems - What You Need to Know
Place: CCE Columbia County, 479 Route 66, Hudson, NY 12534
Date: Wednesday, June 8
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Fee: $10 per household
Presenters: Ed Van Nostrand, Columbia County Health Dept. and Theresa Mayhew, CCE Columbia County
Call: CCE Columbia 518-828-3346

Rural homeowners need to be knowledgeable about drinking and wastewater and (septic) systems, especially when it comes to protecting one's property and health. On-site wastewater treatment systems can contaminate ground and surface water resources, including drinking water supplies, with nitrates, chemicals, pathogens and pharmaceuticals. However, when properly located, designed, constructed and maintained, septic systems provide an effective and efficient means of treating domestic sewage and protecting water quality. The same is true of wells.

And from this crazy site, AI:

User: The Gerernalismo said that anyone who says, 'to get to the other side' will be shot. Now, why did the chicken cross the road?
Cleverbot: The only ways to win the game are being the game or not playing.
User: Why did the chicken cross the road?
Cleverbot: To get to the other side?
User: Ready, aim, FIRE!
Cleverbot: Wind!

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