St. Joe's principal studying for York Water quiz

Patricia Byrnes, principal of St. Joseph School in Springettsbury Township, is trying to learn as much as she can about water before Thursday. Full Story
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YorkTransplant

Harrisburg, PA

#1 Feb 2, 2011
Question 1: Please explain the physical dynamics necessary for walking on water.

Questions 2: Explain the chemical transformation and diagram the molecular breakdown necessary for the transition of water into wine.
john

York, PA

#2 Feb 2, 2011
i guess this is why the water rate went up.
No it all

York, PA

#3 Feb 2, 2011
Us mackerel snappers love to gamble. Think of it as a 50/50 drawing.
Water water everywhere

York, PA

#4 Feb 2, 2011
Way too much water talk for me! I began studying 'all about water' upon reading this article. Then while takin' my third elder citizens nap of the afternoon, no less, on my favorite Lazy Boy, I pi$$ed my pants while dreaming. Nothing new though, I do that every afternoon!
Arson Larsen

Shrewsbury, PA

#5 Feb 2, 2011
Water is bad. It puts out fires.
Water Boy

Mount Laurel, NJ

#6 Feb 3, 2011
I thought it came from Lake Redman or Williams.
Well

Chambersburg, PA

#7 Feb 3, 2011
Glad that the money I pay into the York Water Co is donated to St. Joes. The school is already comprised of the richer families in York where a lot of very snobby kids are bred. Shame on you York Water Co. If you have money to spend, use it to reduce the cost of your utility.
Jack Ruby

Red Lion, PA

#8 Feb 3, 2011
Water Boy wrote:
I thought it came from Lake Redman or Williams.
Just where do you think the water that fills the lakes comes from ?
You need to do a little more learning water boy. Also for your info and
learning, if the lakes get to low they can pump water from the river to the lakes.
Now you will wonder how they do that? Through 12 mile of large pipe they buried
around six years ago. Need more info call the York water co.
PeteB

AOL

#9 Feb 3, 2011
YorkTransplant wrote:
Question 1: Please explain the physical dynamics necessary for walking on water.
Questions 2: Explain the chemical transformation and diagram the molecular breakdown necessary for the transition of water into wine.
A 1) when the ambient temperature of the water drops below 32 degrees, it can be safe to walk on

A 2) with the water mix sugar, yeast and grape juice; let sit for 3 months in a warm dark place....
HoseMe MyBarack

Shrewsbury, PA

#10 Feb 3, 2011
Jack Ruby wrote:
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Just where do you think the water that fills the lakes comes from ?
You need to do a little more learning water boy. Also for your info and
learning, if the lakes get to low they can pump water from the river to the lakes.
Now you will wonder how they do that? Through 12 mile of large pipe they buried
around six years ago. Need more info call the York water co.
Exactly correct. Wastewater from TMI to your tap in about 6 hours.
Water Boy

York, PA

#11 Feb 3, 2011
Jack Ruby wrote:
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Just where do you think the water that fills the lakes comes from ?
You need to do a little more learning water boy. Also for your info and
learning, if the lakes get to low they can pump water from the river to the lakes.
Now you will wonder how they do that? Through 12 mile of large pipe they buried
around six years ago. Need more info call the York water co.
Yeah, I know they have a pipeline to the Susquehanna. I'm paying for it every month.
No TMI water

York, PA

#12 Feb 3, 2011
Water Boy wrote:
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Yeah, I know they have a pipeline to the Susquehanna. I'm paying for it every month.
Did you also know that THEY have a pipeline from your wallet to their main office in York, PA! Sorry, lost my head, as you already mentioned THAT! I much prefer the fluoridated water from Shiloh Water Company...as it's profits DO NOT get sent to York Catholic but distributed amongst it customers through cheaper water rates, I THINK???
Water Boy

York, PA

#13 Feb 3, 2011
No TMI water wrote:
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Did you also know that THEY have a pipeline from your wallet to their main office in York, PA! Sorry, lost my head, as you already mentioned THAT! I much prefer the fluoridated water from Shiloh Water Company...as it's profits DO NOT get sent to York Catholic but distributed amongst it customers through cheaper water rates, I THINK???
You better get a filter to eliminate the poisonous fluoride in your water. I wouldn't drink that crap if they paid me.
PeteB

AOL

#14 Feb 4, 2011
HoseMe MyBarack wrote:
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Exactly correct. Wastewater from TMI to your tap in about 6 hours.
you forgot to include the all the wastewater that the Codorus carries to the Susquehanna gets repumped into homes from Wrightsville all the way to Baltimore!!
Has

Lancaster, PA

#15 Feb 4, 2011
PeteB wrote:
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you forgot to include the all the wastewater that the Codorus carries to the Susquehanna gets repumped into homes from Wrightsville all the way to Baltimore!!
Has anyone elses water had an odd taste the last several days? I live in East York and our water has tasted "odd" the last few days.
Anonymous

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Feb 4, 2011
Well wrote:
Glad that the money I pay into the York Water Co is donated to St. Joes. The school is already comprised of the richer families in York where a lot of very snobby kids are bred. Shame on you York Water Co. If you have money to spend, use it to reduce the cost of your utility.
If you've ever been to the school, know anybody who sends their children there, know anybody who has gone through school there, or are familiar with ANY Catholic school systems in the area, you'd know that (1) the tuitions are significantly cheaper in York than they are in the surrounding counties and states,(2) The families who send their children there aren't always rich (if you had paid attention to the article or the video, you would have noticed that the money is going to be used for a scholarship fund for children from lower-income families),(3) NONE of the children are snobby (although the children in public schools most certainly are).
The teachers at any of the Catholic schools in York can tell you they don't work there because of competitive pay or for the benefits, but because they're passionate about teaching children Catholic and Christian values. York Water Co. is setting a great example for the rest of the businesses in the area.
George

Washington, DC

#17 Feb 4, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
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If you've ever been to the school, know anybody who sends their children there, know anybody who has gone through school there, or are familiar with ANY Catholic school systems in the area, you'd know that (1) the tuitions are significantly cheaper in York than they are in the surrounding counties and states,(2) The families who send their children there aren't always rich (if you had paid attention to the article or the video, you would have noticed that the money is going to be used for a scholarship fund for children from lower-income families),(3) NONE of the children are snobby (although the children in public schools most certainly are).
The teachers at any of the Catholic schools in York can tell you they don't work there because of competitive pay or for the benefits, but because they're passionate about teaching children Catholic and Christian values. York Water Co. is setting a great example for the rest of the businesses in the area.
But as we all know, St. Joes does have the majority of the wealthier and more snobbish families attend theree instead of going to the closer inner city parishes!
Smile

York, PA

#18 Feb 4, 2011
Water Boy wrote:
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You better get a filter to eliminate the poisonous fluoride in your water. I wouldn't drink that crap if they paid me.
And did you know, you're still gonna' die, with or without fluoride! Except I will be buried with two remaining teef, instead of only one, like you!
Al Bendova

Mount Laurel, NJ

#19 Feb 4, 2011
Smile wrote:
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And did you know, you're still gonna' die, with or without fluoride! Except I will be buried with two remaining teef, instead of only one, like you!
Yeah, the same can be said for cigarettes too.
Bill likes it RAW

Red Lion, PA

#20 Feb 4, 2011
How's come that Hand feller don't donate money to them war widows? Yeah they're always crying, which makes them sexy, but with the way the VA treats paying for abortions after a soldier don't come home...well it just ain't right.

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