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The definition of ‘irony’ is “incongruity between what is expected to be and what actually is, or a situation or result showing such incongruity.” We all feel the same Sharon Opdahl Come along with Tidbits as we laugh at a few commitment to care for our Agent families. Helping you meet choice examples of irony at work in the world! 2534 17th Ave. S. • Suite F your insurance needs is part Grand Forks, ND 58201 of my commitment to you. Like a good neighbor, IRONY AT WORK IN THE WORLD 701-746-0495 State Farm is there. sharonopdahl.com CALL ME TODAY. • In 1966 Harry Guyton, who worked for the prosecutor's office in San Francisco, put his name on a waiting list to get a reserved parking space in a city-owned garage downtown. Nineteen years later he was notified that the parking space was his… …after he had been retired for two years. • City public information director Randy Myer Carpet Cleaning of Lexington, KY, paid $400 for steel-belted Services, Inc. tires guaranteed to be bulletproof, bombproof, and spikeproof. He got a flat tire… Carpet Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning SPECIAL! …when he rolled over a ballpoint pen. • Upholstery $99 • When Frank Taylor, age 86, was arrested in Cleaning 3 Rooms & Hollywood on charges of malicious mischief, Hallway • Water he used his free phone call… Not valid with any other offer. Extraction Expires 7-22-16 …to contact the Los Angeles airport and make a bomb threat. • In Cedar Lake, Indiana, a large watchdog qui701-775-8500 etly observed two people robbing his master's Residential & Commercial store. He then proceeded… …to bite the cop who came to investigate. Vacuum Sharon Opdahl, Agent 2534 17th Avenue South Grand Forks, ND 58201 Bus: 701-746-0495 sharonopdahl.com

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Grand Forks Health Department has identified West Nile virus (WNV) in a crow. WNV is a serious disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. Most people infected with this disease will have no symptoms or mild symptoms but this is a serious disease and can be fatal. The Grand Forks Public Health Department urges citizens to take personal precautions to avoid mosquito bites. The type of mosquito most common for transmitting WNV is present in our area and is most active from dusk until dawn. Please take the necessary measures to avoid mosquito bites.

The Grand Forks Health Department maintains an active mosquito surveillance program. The more we know about mosquitoes, the better equipped we are to control them. Our surveillance program is responsible for collecting, identifying, and conducting West Nile virus tests on mosquitoes. Traps are distributed throughout the community and the Information gained from these traps include: Mosquito Population – Knowing the population helps us determine if it’s necessary to conduct citywide mosquito spraying. This information also enables us to measure the effectiveness of the mosquito spraying operations.

How do people get infected with WNV? Most people get infected with WNV by an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds. Infected mosquitoes can then spread the virus to humans and other animals. In a very small number of cases, West Nile virus has been spread through blood transfusions, organ transplants, and from mother to baby during pregnancy, delivery, or breastfeeding.

Can I get West Nile virus directly from birds? There is no evidence that a person can get infected from handling live or dead infected birds. However, you should avoid bare-handed contact when handling any dead animal. If you must pick up a dead bird, use gloves or an inverted plastic bag to place the bird’s carcass (body) in a garbage bag.

Why do some states and local areas stop collecting dead birds to test for West Nile virus? West Nile virus is found in all 48 contiguous states (not in Alaska and Hawaii) and the virus circulates in mosquitoes and birds every year. Because West Nile virus is well established, some states and local jurisdictions are no longer collecting dead birds for testing. Instead, they have chosen to shift staff and funding resources away from testing of dead birds to other areas of West Nile virus surveillance and control.

Who is at risk for serious illness if infected with WNV? Serious illness can occur in people of any age. However, people over 60 years of age are at the greatest risk for severe disease. People with certain medical conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, and people who have received organ transplants, are also at greater risk for serious illness.

Species of Mosquitoes – There’s around 43 different species of mosquitoes in North Dakota. Some of these mosquitoes are just annoying pests, but one of them, the Culex tarsalis, is the most common mosquito for transmitting West Nile virus in North Dakota. This mosquito is prevalent in the Grand Forks region. Monitoring and testing the Culex tarsalis mosquito is important because it may enable us to respond to an elevated threat of West Nile virus before it infects the human population. This component of mosquito control is very important in reducing the risk of mosquito-borne disease in our community. Mosquito Activity – Knowing what times the mosquitoes are active is important for getting the best results from our spray operation. We use ultra-low volume sprayers that deliver very small droplets and only 1 ounce of a diluted, non-residual insecticide per acre. Because we’re using such a small amount of insecticide, timing is critical to be successful. This insecticide must directly impact mosquitoes, generally while in flight to be effective. Rotator traps are used to monitor the times the mosquitoes are most active. Gender Identification – Knowing the sex of the mosquito can be helpful in predicting a new hatch. Male mosquitoes hatch out before females. Therefore, if we see a spike in the number of male mosquitoes collected in our traps, we know there’s the potential for an increase of females soon to follow. That data is helpful in preparing us for a citywide spray. It’s a short warning to get ready. Traps used in mosquito surveillance programs are not successful in reducing mosquito populations. They are simply a surveillance tool used to collect data about the mosquitoes in our community.

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• The largest shark ever caught in modern times teeth 3 inches long and was 30 feet long. On the other hand, the midwater shark of the Gulf of Mexico is only 6 inches long when mature. • The skin of a shark is not covered with scales, but with dentricles, which are akin to tiny teeth. A shark can do much damage just by brushing against a human. Leather made from the skin of a tiger shark has up to 10 times the tensile strength of ox hide. • Two-thirds of the brains of some shark species are devoted to odor detection.

• Scientists are unable to explain why men are 13 times more likely than women to be attacked. had • Sharks seem to be attracted to bright, contrasting colors. Yellow is their favorite— a color commonly used in flotation devices, rescue equipment, and scuba gear. Black is the color that sharks are most likely to ignore.

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dents,granted, when, inespecially point of fact, it isthat the Bush's sucgiven students arediminished too blinkeredthe by race cesswho itself urgency people and gender to marvel at great works felt about the terror threat. Butofwith two doart. mestic terror attacks in the past six months The poet Maya Angelou said in a leckilling more people and wounding ture once that as athan child60she thought, more than 70, the long stretch “Shakespeare must be a black girl.” of safety at is harder to dismiss. It washome because, growing up in the Jim Crow South, a victim of unspeakable The rise of terror attacks within the U.S. abuse, 29 spoke so powerfully -- Sonnet in addition to the mayhem in San Berto her. nardino and Orlando, there has been a Yale’s petitioners must consider Toni drumbeat of to smaller attacks -- corresponds Morrison a traitor her race and genwith ISIS conquering and holding der. She had an argument with a the- swaths of A Safe Space territoryyears in Syria Iraq. Itshe isn't a coinciater director agoand in which From Chaucer defended “Othello,” and went on to dence. production based DesdeYale English majors are demanding a write aJohn McCain and on other hawks warned President Barack Obama desperately mona, the play’s doomed female charsafe space from Chaucer. so often during the Iraq War that if we rewanted be a peacetime president, is Or how about Derek Walcott, In a to petition to the English depart-yet acter. treated in the face of the jihadi whom a Yale professor sympathetic threat overending second term with Islamic ment,his Yale undergraduates declare terseaspetitioners it would follow us home, the argument to the suggests adding a required two-semester rorthat attacks looming larger thanseminar at any time began to lose its force. But they were right. to the required course? He told The on Major English Poets is a danger to since 9/11. The tide of war isn't receding, Guardian newspaper a few years ago It is an iron law of nature that if a group like their well-being. Never mind that the as he famously contended in a speech on be absurd to haven, say, “Don’t read offending poets, Shakespeare, Chau- it would ISIS gets a safe it will use it to train, thecer, Afghan drawdown in 2011; it is lapping because he was white.” Donne, Milton, Wordsworth, et Shakespeare recruit and propagandize for terror attacks onto our shores. Anyone reading widely in the English al., are the foundational writers in the against the West. canon will encounter supremely talThe left language. hates the notion George W. English It’s as ifthat chemistry President view isInthat attacks female, blackObama's and gay writers. students learning the periBush "keptobjected us safe,"tobut after Sept. 11 -- ented a like the one on the Pulse nightclub fact, many other Yale courses feature aren't an odic table. plot set in motion before he took office -them.existential But the creative streamhebegan threat. While certainly doesn't root of another the plaintsignificant against the BushThe prevented attack so-called dead white males. It is them horseminar is, of course, the usual PC with want them to happen and finds thebean-counting, rest of his presidency, at a time their rible geniusand thatwrenching, their words they transcend where prodigious tal-when are the implicit a follow-on strikestood here the at home their time and place and have given us ents who have test ofseemed time all price of what he conceives as a prudently butand inevitable. explore the deepest questions phrases, characters and stories that are crafted anti-ISIS strategy -in other words, still vital today. to beachievement human are for Itabout was what easy ittomeans take this one that doesn't show much urgency about An official description of the Major found wanting. The petition whines that “a year spent around a seminar English Poets seminar says the classes table where the literary contributions seek to create a heightened “curiosity of women, people of color, and queer about the way language works,” as folk are absent actively harms all stu- well as “a confidence in engaging with historically and formally diverse literdents, regardless of their identity.” This is a variation on the widespread ary texts.” This is a reasonable enough belief on campus that unwelcome academic goal — unless the students speech is tantamount to a physical involved are willfully incapable of threat. In this case, the speech happens curiosity or confidence. There is an easy solution to the to be some of the most eloquent words written in the English language. One dilemma of the aggrieved petitioners: can only pity the exceedingly fragile They shouldn’t study English, or anysensibility it takes to feel assaulted by, thing else that might challenge their say, “Lines Composed a Few Miles absurdly small-minded ideological hobbyhorses. Above Tintern Abbey.” The petition’s implicit contention is Rich Lowry is editor of the National that the major poets are too circum- Review. scribed by their race and gender to © 2016 by King Features Synd., Inc. speak to today’s socially aware stu-

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• All termites are deaf. However, they are extremely sensitive to vibrations, which is why they never live in railroad ties, bowling alleys, Answer: Dell. or factories with heavy machinery. A VERY LARGE NUMBER • Termites devour not only all kinds of wood and • Edward Kasner was a mathematician. In 1938 wood products, but also wool, horns, ivory, he was asked to come up with a name for a rubber, plastic, and the manure. They been very large number: numeral one,have followed known to eat the corks right out of wine botby a hundred zeros. He asked his two young tles. One kind Panamanian termite can gnaw nephews whatof name they would suggest. through lead sheathing on cables and even eats • Nine-year-old Milton suggested a name through concrete. terout of the funnies. Voracious A cartoon Australian strip character mites can reduce an abandoned ranch to dust named Barney was very popular. Milton chosein aBarney’s matter oflast a few years. name for the number. • •Some termite colonies Africa Kasner announced the in new nameare forestimated the big tonumber be more than 80 years old and contain 3 milin his next book, altering the spelling. lion or more termites. All the termites in col• Sixty years later, Larry Page and Sergey aBrin ony are descended from thesearch sameengine. set of parents. developed a new internet Other Asearch queenengines termite is 2,400 times bigger thanand the searched each webpage worker A queen 84,000 eggs ranked termites. them according to can howlay many times a inspecific a singleterm day.appeared on them, but Page and Brin 50 designed search to search for • Over speciestheir of birds eatengine termites. A flicker specific term and then find out by howanmany (athetype of woodpecker) dissected ornilinks there were that led back to that page, thologist had 1,109 termites in its stomach. which resulted in a better search engine. • Termites construct tunnels in all directions from •their Theynest decided needed aSome nametunnels that to avoidthey the sunlight. reflected how many websites the search extend 100 yards or more. Workmen once unengine was searching. They took the name covered a system of tunnels 13 feet below the of Edward Kasner’s very large number, only surface of the earth. they misspelled it slightly, so it ended up being • Although no kindthe of same North way American termite spelled exactly the cartoon character spelled his lastthe name. What’sis makes its Barney nest above ground, practice it called?in(Answer bottom ofCement-like page) common tropicalattermites. termite columns may rise 30 FACTS feet high. Composed COMPUTER and said, excrement, theofmaterial •ofInearth, 1981 saliva, Bill Gates “640 kb memoryis extremely crushed and rolled, it ought to betough. enoughWhen for anybody.” forms marvelous tennis courts, roads, pottery, • Moore’s Law states that computer performance and bricks. One mound yielded doubles every 18 large to 24 months, and everenough since material to make almost half a million bricks. 1971, this has been true. On a golf course in Africa, golfers tee off from • HP, Google, Microsoft, and Apple were all the flat top of a 15-foot termite mound while 100 started in garages. other mounds on the course provide the hazards. Answer: Google, from googol.

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