Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81773 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

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

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W KY Girl

Sycamore, IL

#76421 Dec 3, 2012
Marty wrote:
Not my problem it,s my neighbers trees and their damn birds i don,t have any trees a small bush or two,all mine died years ago,damn neighbers feed the bastards and they fly back and forth acroos my damn truck and crap in between,oh hell what can you do but complain. Well i don,t have anything but digital tv local i am tired of them showing the shows over and over again put on something new, doesn,t matter though damn signal goes out every half hour or so,200.00 bucks for an outside antenna and the s.o.b won,t work worth a crap.!!<quoted text>
Hi Marty. Try getting a couple rubber snakes and lay them on your truck. That should cut down on some of the pooping.
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#76423 Dec 3, 2012
sally wrote:
If the Bible is correct. Gods chosen people will have a better life after Death. If Science is correct at death it's all over. there really no reason for this debate. it has been going on for thousands of years. If you have experienced Gods Spirit nothing or no one can tell you different. anyone that has never experienced Gods spirit will never believe unless they get something they have now. Why all the debates. neither side cannot prove anything for sure unless they have eyes to see with and ears to hear with. there still people that believe man has never been to the moon. I won't say what i believe. it will only cause more debate. more questions that you can't beyond a shadow of a doubt prove anything to the other.
The US had a plan to nuke the moon before allowing Russia to land there first.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#76427 Dec 3, 2012
You can sure tell the moon is still full, you three stooges should be out howling at it. haha

Seen lots of birds out flying from tree to tree, just chirping up a storm. Great day to be outdoors.

I also seen a lot of CHEMSPRAYING in my area. Beautiful blue sky then white lines criss crossing back and forth as the two planes sprayed and then it spread out into a film like cloud. Maybe they are just protecting the military base, who knows, anyone around Fort Campbell see them? Look up when you go outside and see them. They have been spraying more frequently lately. For those posting discussing the the original topic we debated for a year and a half, birds/fish dying unnaturally in droves, increased earthquakes, global warming, solar flares, storms, unnatural weather, HAARP, Chemspraying all tie in together somehow. Research the birds dying and the theories, HAARP, Chemspraying, there are plenty websites listed early on in the thread, but do research them. It is very interesting. Definitely look up the Space Preservation Act of 2001, H. R. 2977 to see how real all of it is. Ask yourself after you read it why it wouldn't pass. Another thing would be to research the "Sleeping Giant" Madrid Fault. Of course we cannot discuss these topics brought on by the bird dying. It is a fart club now. It's a shame. It WAS a great thread.

I hope you all had a great day and enjoy a terrific Tuesday. You three stooges, not so much.

Good night!:)

5,4,3,2,1....lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76445 Dec 3, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm telling you Imposter, I don't think some people have got over their weekend drunk yet. Even Mr. Scruff has a little chatty today, 2 1/2 stale beers maybe. LOL. Someone has finally topped Humpaburn with that bird story.
Naw, it was the coffee and the fact that I have not even seen another human in several hours to talk to. I did see car head lights about a half mile up the way.
sally

Pikeville, KY

#76447 Dec 3, 2012
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>The US had a plan to nuke the moon before allowing Russia to land there first.
I understand most people just want to debate. it really don't matter what the subject is. you could 100 people up on the Mississippi River and it would be about 49% to 51% on agreeing what direction the water was flowing in. for the few that really are looking for answers. i watched a good Movie on Netflix tonight. The Genesis Code. this movie goes into detail about the believe in Creation. it can be helpful if you can watch it with a open mind. if not keep on debating. just like the Presidential race this year only history will tell the truth about who was or wasn't a good President.
tinponyrider

Scottsville, KY

#76452 Dec 4, 2012
sally wrote:
If the Bible is correct. Gods chosen people will have a better life after Death. If Science is correct at death it's all over. there really no reason for this debate. it has been going on for thousands of years. If you have experienced Gods Spirit nothing or no one can tell you different. anyone that has never experienced Gods spirit will never believe unless they get something they have now. Why all the debates. neither side cannot prove anything for sure unless they have eyes to see with and ears to hear with. there still people that believe man has never been to the moon. I won't say what i believe. it will only cause more debate. more questions that you can't beyond a shadow of a doubt prove anything to the other.
Awwwwww yes, but life still goes on, no matter how you think or believe. You either live or you die. Sometimes I think life is like a light switch, click and it's over. Buttttttt you will never know until you get there.

Awwwww the suspense, is what makes life exciting. The space probe Voyager 1 is on its way out of the Solar System. Do you think it will make it to Heaven?
tinponyrider

Scottsville, KY

#76456 Dec 4, 2012
sally wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand most people just want to debate. it really don't matter what the subject is. you could 100 people up on the Mississippi River and it would be about 49% to 51% on agreeing what direction the water was flowing in. for the few that really are looking for answers. i watched a good Movie on Netflix tonight. The Genesis Code. this movie goes into detail about the believe in Creation. it can be helpful if you can watch it with a open mind. if not keep on debating. just like the Presidential race this year only history will tell the truth about who was or wasn't a good President.
Just guessing I would think it would depend on whether it was a high tide or a low tide, and whether there was a storm at the lower end. Just curious. What do you think?

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#76458 Dec 4, 2012
Nice. It's a bit rainy here. ((yawn))
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76461 Dec 4, 2012
LIFE is one big trade off from the cradle to the grave. For everything you get, you must give up something.

When you want to walk, you must give up and get down off your mama's lap. To go to school and learn something, you must give up Big Bird and watching Sesame street.

And when you reach the age of Medicare, You give up Women care.
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76462 Dec 4, 2012
Sometimes easier said not to care than do care. I need a remedy for the not care part. Been having chest pain after stress lately. Try to drink my hibiscus tea and relax. Wish I had a garden and some chickens. Don't want to waste the years being foolish. But that mother- in- law to be causes the blood to boil. Sun out bright this morning. Birds have been chirping happily. In the 60s yesterday. I think it will be a nice one. Have a wonderful day Folks. Make it a good one;)
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76464 Dec 4, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not passed out. I am wide awake in anticipation of the coming Holidays. I have cut the pockets out of my overalls so that I can get a couple of toys to play with this year.
Well, well. Too bad that Ol Judge a while back didn't use that trick. Then he might not have got caught with the pump. LOL. Nothing like ingenuity. Now,AW, you just pulled a Ben Franklin. I've seen ripped jeans that women pay for, crotchless underwear. You can call them the easy overalls. You don't have to unbutton or pull them down. Just put the hands in and take a big squeeze. Oh boy. Have a lovely day.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#76465 Dec 4, 2012
Good morning, looks like a rainy day out there today. My 1/6 keg of amberbock went empty last night,, bummer. A 6th keg last me about 3 weeks, depending how many friends drop by. I'll miss my single glass of, as uni calls "drunkeness" for three days now while the local store orders me another. The birds are hitting the feeders pretty hard this morning, they must feel the rain front moving this way. Animals can feel these things and know they better fuel up the ol tank.
so true

Morgantown, KY

#76466 Dec 4, 2012
May you, and all those you love, be so blessed and fortunate in the days to come and be surrounded by people who will help you get untangled from the things that are binding you.

And, may you always know the joy of giving and receiving gratitude.
Great day guys and dolls
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76468 Dec 4, 2012
Raven wrote:
Sometimes easier said not to care than do care. I need a remedy for the not care part. Been having chest pain after stress lately. Try to drink my hibiscus tea and relax. Wish I had a garden and some chickens. Don't want to waste the years being foolish. But that mother- in- law to be causes the blood to boil. Sun out bright this morning. Birds have been chirping happily. In the 60s yesterday. I think it will be a nice one. Have a wonderful day Folks. Make it a good one;)
Most times when I think my blood will boil, I force myself to stop and think "Will I even know about this in a 100 years or less ? Will I care then" ? It seems to help. All those times I complained about the mother-in-law or father-in-law mean nothing now that they are gone along with the wife's passing. There is just not much that I care about any more. What will be will be. Have a good day, it could be our last one.
W KY Girl

Sycamore, IL

#76470 Dec 4, 2012
Raven wrote:
Sometimes easier said not to care than do care. I need a remedy for the not care part. Been having chest pain after stress lately. Try to drink my hibiscus tea and relax. Wish I had a garden and some chickens. Don't want to waste the years being foolish. But that mother- in- law to be causes the blood to boil. Sun out bright this morning. Birds have been chirping happily. In the 60s yesterday. I think it will be a nice one. Have a wonderful day Folks. Make it a good one;)
Family can have that affect on you huh? I know some of mine does a lot of the time - and it's some I couldn't get rid of with a divorce! lol Make you want to scream loud enough to shake the moon! I have been wanting chickens for a while and I PLAN on having them come spring if not sooner!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76471 Dec 4, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Family can have that affect on you huh? I know some of mine does a lot of the time - and it's some I couldn't get rid of with a divorce! lol Make you want to scream loud enough to shake the moon! I have been wanting chickens for a while and I PLAN on having them come spring if not sooner!
Chickens are fun to watch and can bring much PEACE. I let mine out to free range earlier and then a short rain shower came and I stood under the eaves watching them run to get out of the rain. LOL Dog even beat me back into the house and grabbed his recliner.(He has his own)

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#76476 Dec 4, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Chickens are fun to watch and can bring much PEACE. I let mine out to free range earlier and then a short rain shower came and I stood under the eaves watching them run to get out of the rain. LOL Dog even beat me back into the house and grabbed his recliner.(He has his own)
Ya know Mr. Scruff chicken put on a good show sometimes. The hens always run from the ol' rooster. Lo and behold the rooster always catches them. I mean you can have an old rooster on crutches and he still catches that young pullet. I think that hen slows down. I guess they don't want the other hens to think she's a hoe.
donny

Owensboro, KY

#76477 Dec 4, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
Ok so the last episode of walking dead just zipped by. No more zombie action,,except for Uni,, until February. Went and seen the flick, Killing them Softly,, that's an hour and a half I'll never get back, it was truly bad.

I see Uni is stressed I had not posted him new material,, but no need in me doubling up on post, he does just fine on his own.
No I was watching bugs bunny
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#76478 Dec 4, 2012
Great day to sleep in and I did just that. Our birds are singing and munching on the feeders for hours now. Woke up to them singing, cool air from the window, just made rolling back over and going back to sleep that much sweeter. Off work today and plan on doing some baking for an upcoming party at work. Good day to do it. I see the big cleanup after my post last night. Me and the three stooges late last night trading barbs. haha They just don't give up. What a shame that is what they lay in wait for late at night. Very amusing. I've never seen such hate from people who don't know me or anyone else they target. Their spirit of the season is no different than the other 11 months out of the year. Pure hate and foolishness. Just sad there are people like that all over the world.

Well I am off to get some things done around here. But let me offer this recipe before my baking begins one poster offered last year..might have been lala or Peace, not sure:

Recipe for Life
1c. good thoughts
1c. kind deeds
1c. consideration
2c. sacrifice for others
3c. forgiveness
2c. well-beaten faults
This is to be mixed thoroughly with tears of joy and sorrow as well as plenty of sympathy. Flavor the mixture with love and kind service. Use 4 cups of prayer and faith to lighten the other ingredients and to raise the texture to great heights in daily living. Bake well in the heat of human kindness and serve with a smile.

I have all the ingredients, do you?

There is no NUTS in that recipe. hahaha

Have a great rainy Tuesday. Will check in later to see if some of my favorites are here instead of the SOS spreading hate.

Good day!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76479 Dec 4, 2012
The persistent fencers are working in the rain digging post holes. Maybe eventually they will have some posts for the birds to sit on. It might be better if they used something besdes rotten wood.

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