Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

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MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#75487 Nov 21, 2012
Ancient Wolf, Hempburn, lala, Sybil, Blueminer, raven, kevin, Cheveyo m and all the other decent poster on here I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving and don't eat too much BIRD! LOL

Don't forget to share. I am off to the country out of town for a traditional Thanksgiving for a couple days with family and friends. Enjoy yours.

Goodnight!
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#75489 Nov 21, 2012
Cheveyo m wrote:

<quoted text>We have much to be happy and thankful for my friend. You of all people know that truth well. I am proud to call you friend. We have water to drink food to eat shelter to keep us from the cold and rain and wind and snow. We have the wisdom of those who have passed and the joy of those that walk with us still. I will always consider you a true human being and a friend.
The negative has its small place in all things yet the light of joy always overcomes. Overwhelming light shines through the darkness banishing it and lighting the way for the true human beings who walk in light. I am a better person for having corresponded with you here. Your heart is true and your light shines bright for all with eyes to see. May you continue to be blessed my friend.
Wado Oginali.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Thank you. I would be honored to be your friend unless this is "wow" from early on in the thread when we were discussing Native American prophecies and stories.

Meaning if you were "wow" we were ALREADY friends.:)

I had to reread the posts I wrote to see where there was an indication I was yanking unafarts nanny's chain. Guess she recognized herself among the troll talk and took offense when I seen this vague statement. "wow" use to post early on. Great Native American stories we enjoyed. Great links and music. Really enjoyed the video you posted. I posted this one way back then for Ancient Wolf, aka "Tall Walker" because of all the wolves, Eagles (which I love and collect) the pictures, and the reminder that the Native Americans were here first. A lot can be learned from their teachings. I never tire listening or reading about them. Hope you enjoy it:


"Remain Close To The Great Spirit"

&fe ature=related

Now off to bed I go and let the Thanksgiving mud start to sling. They love to hate on people. Don't take much to get them riled. LOL

GOODNIGHT!!!
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75490 Nov 22, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh ok, I see him now. Lol. I hope they paid Nephew for his tonic and he didn't leave his trunk lid up again. He will be furious, but he will still want folks to vote DRY. I hope we don't have to call out the Calvary.
Yes, calling the "CAVALRY" out could cause some "shine" splints. POT versus Kettle.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75491 Nov 22, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Crown Royal very expensive sipping whiskey. Mr. Scruff can't afford that stuff. It's a strain just to buy a Royal Crown cola.
I never used the Royal Crown hair dressing either. That was to make your flat top hair cut stand up. Well for that matter, I never got a flat top hair cut.
Tollesboro Guy - KY

Morehead, KY

#75492 Nov 22, 2012
To all,Happy Thanksgiving. Let's all be traditional and true to our "roots" Real turkey,bread dressing, mashed taters, gravy, sweet taters, yest rolls and maybe even macaroni and cheese.
See you here when we all wake up from our "turkey naps"

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#75493 Nov 22, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone

Yesterday is history.
Tomorrow is a mystery.
Today is a gift.

That's why its called the Present.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75494 Nov 22, 2012
No turkey for me. I am THANKFUL that I have my sardines for my noon meal and vienna sausages product for the evening.

Both of those are much better than what the Patriots endured for our Freedom when they wintered at Valley Forge and had an even worse winter at Morristown New Jersey the following year even though Valley Forge is high lighted in the History books.

Those poor souls were even eating the bark off the trees and boiling their shoe leather to make a soup. So whatever you have today... BE THANKFUL.... it could be worse.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#75495 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
No turkey for me. I am THANKFUL that I have my sardines for my noon meal and vienna sausages product for the evening.
Both of those are much better than what the Patriots endured for our Freedom when they wintered at Valley Forge and had an even worse winter at Morristown New Jersey the following year even though Valley Forge is high lighted in the History books.
Those poor souls were even eating the bark off the trees and boiling their shoe leather to make a soup. So whatever you have today... BE THANKFUL.... it could be worse.
But they had beer,! Beer is the real father of the country, lol, it kept them sustained when they had nothing else. Cheers.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75496 Nov 22, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
<quoted text>
But they had beer,! Beer is the real father of the country, lol, it kept them sustained when they had nothing else. Cheers.
Yes they did have that but it was not much benefit when frozen in the blizzard conditions and sub-zero temperatures.
so true

Morgantown, KY

#75497 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
No turkey for me. I am THANKFUL that I have my sardines for my noon meal and vienna sausages product for the evening.
Both of those are much better than what the Patriots endured for our Freedom when they wintered at Valley Forge and had an even worse winter at Morristown New Jersey the following year even though Valley Forge is high lighted in the History books.
Those poor souls were even eating the bark off the trees and boiling their shoe leather to make a soup. So whatever you have today... BE THANKFUL.... it could be worse.
Happy Thanksgiving... All are welcome at my table... Heres whats for dinner, if my lazy tail gets it all done in time ...
Turkey, dressing, gravy, mashed taters, sweet pot casserole, green beans , turnip greens, cranberry's with apple sauce, pinto beans, a small pon of cornbread, rolls, chicken and dumplings,deviled eggs, and for sweeets, egg and chess pie, and a red velvet cake. Not alot but oh so much more than many will see today...Hope all are feed, warm and loved... Good Day...
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75498 Nov 22, 2012
I also find it interesting and somewhat repugnant that Prussian Baron Von Steuben (Friedrich Wilhelm Augustus Von Steuben) came to the Continental Army and established the first military training manual and converted Washington's rag-tag diverse militia into a fighting force at Valley Forge.

He had volunteered his services to other armies, but was refused a position due to his tendencies to consort with young boys.

Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75499 Nov 22, 2012
so true wrote:
<quoted text>Happy Thanksgiving... All are welcome at my table... Heres whats for dinner, if my lazy tail gets it all done in time ...
Turkey, dressing, gravy, mashed taters, sweet pot casserole, green beans , turnip greens, cranberry's with apple sauce, pinto beans, a small pon of cornbread, rolls, chicken and dumplings,deviled eggs, and for sweeets, egg and chess pie, and a red velvet cake. Not alot but oh so much more than many will see today...Hope all are feed, warm and loved... Good Day...
All of my immediate family (with the exception of me) have careers that require them to work today and while I am most THANKFUL that they are not within the ranks of the unemployed, we won't do any feasting until Saturday.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75503 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I also find it interesting and somewhat repugnant that Prussian Baron Von Steuben (Friedrich Wilhelm Augustus Von Steuben) came to the Continental Army and established the first military training manual and converted Washington's rag-tag diverse militia into a fighting force at Valley Forge.
He had volunteered his services to other armies, but was refused a position due to his tendencies to consort with young boys.
Mr. Scruff is a Prussian something like a pussified Russian, you know a sissy boy?

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75504 Nov 22, 2012
so true wrote:
<quoted text>Happy Thanksgiving... All are welcome at my table... Heres whats for dinner, if my lazy tail gets it all done in time ...
Turkey, dressing, gravy, mashed taters, sweet pot casserole, green beans , turnip greens, cranberry's with apple sauce, pinto beans, a small pon of cornbread, rolls, chicken and dumplings,deviled eggs, and for sweeets, egg and chess pie, and a red velvet cake. Not alot but oh so much more than many will see today...Hope all are feed, warm and loved... Good Day...
I really think you mean that. What a nice person you are. Indeed a Rose among the thorns here.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75505 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I also find it interesting and somewhat repugnant that Prussian Baron Von Steuben (Friedrich Wilhelm Augustus Von Steuben) came to the Continental Army and established the first military training manual and converted Washington's rag-tag diverse militia into a fighting force at Valley Forge.
He had volunteered his services to other armies, but was refused a position due to his tendencies to consort with young boys.
I guess Von Steuben could be considered the father of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75506 Nov 22, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Scruff is a Prussian something like a pussified Russian, you know a sissy boy?
No, a fancy dresser of the Germanic peoples.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#75507 Nov 22, 2012
looks like Topix thinks I ought to be in Berea instead of Lexington, Versailles, or Nicholasville... close but no cigar. LOL

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75510 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
No, a fancy dresser of the Germanic peoples.
Ok, thanks. Kind of a prissy German. I wonder if Liberace was a Prussian. LOL. I bet I look like a Prussian when I'm all dressed up in my bib overalls and wide as a handsaw neck tie ready to go to Sunday School. Lol.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75511 Nov 22, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
looks like Topix thinks I ought to be in Berea instead of Lexington, Versailles, or Nicholasville... close but no cigar. LOL
Believe me Mr. Scruff, they will never find you and the rock farm. Daniel Boone couldn't find you and dog. Lol.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75514 Nov 22, 2012
tinponyrider wrote:
<quoted text>I endorse that theory.
AMEN!!!

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