Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,784

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

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Since: Dec 12

Mchenry, IL

#77568 Dec 9, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
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Yes I do and I would give you some if I could. My son and I use to take them all to the side (when he was little), they were our treats. I would icing all the cookies in their various colors, give him a few to "help" with, usually the disfigured ones, but whole cookies. When we got finished, we would go watch something on TV and take all the icing bowls and put them on TV trays, grab our cookies and just scrap and eat about all of them. Or at least until we were about in a sugar coma and he was bouncing off the walls. haha I have so many cookie cutters for every holiday on the calendar about. I baked all the time when he was growing up. Always loved the class parties at school. I still make them for family and work parties.
I would take the chicken and dumplings, I love them, but you could keep the deer and macroni. Not real fond of deer.
I am off for dinner. Have a great evening.
I hope y'all enjoy the food and the company.:)

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#77573 Dec 9, 2012
-Ill Bill- wrote:
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Hi Blueminer. Long time no see. How have you been buddy? I have many friends and most don't like each other. It happens.
Hello Bill, Uncle Una here. Hope you are having a lovely day. Got to run, see you folks later.

Oh I was pleased to give everyone money saving tips on some good java, although I only have one medium cup of it at breakfast. I get my main caffeine lift from Diet Coke. Why do some people sniff Coke? I was drinking one once, thought I would try it. Dang, burned like hell. Whoo Wee!!!
Mr Potato head

Paducah, KY

#77575 Dec 9, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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Hello Mr. Potato Head. I am so chipper today, this rain hasn't dappened my day one bit. I had a beautiful morning at Sunday School and church. Then it was off to a local restaurant with my Daughter and her Bf. Thank goodness I gave birth to two lovely farts this afternoon. They went floating off into space rejoycing. It was a moving experience. I will be off in a few for a lovely free supper. Praise those beautiful beans. Halleluiah!!! Thank you Jesus.
Well hello Mr Una. It sounds like you are having a very fine day indeed! I too had a good day at sunday school and church, I just didn't get to sack up any of the leaves in front of my house that I planned. Ohh well, I guess if were lucky, we always have tomorrow. My spaghetti and meatballs turned out to be delicious! I made some garlic bread to go with. Talk about a heavenly poot brewing in my belly now.

Since: Dec 12

Mchenry, IL

#77576 Dec 9, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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Hello Mr. Potato Head. I am so chipper today, this rain hasn't dappened my day one bit. I had a beautiful morning at Sunday School and church. Then it was off to a local restaurant with my Daughter and her Bf. Thank goodness I gave birth to two lovely farts this afternoon. They went floating off into space rejoycing. It was a moving experience. I will be off in a few for a lovely free supper. Praise those beautiful beans. Halleluiah!!! Thank you Jesus.
Hey Una, what was the message today?:)

Since: Dec 12

Mchenry, IL

#77586 Dec 9, 2012
Here's something to think on: http://offgridsurvival.com/verizonspyinyourow...
Mr Potato head

Paducah, KY

#77588 Dec 9, 2012
Hello West KY Girl. That is some pretty scary stuff indeed. Even though lots of people would look at that and laugh, you still cant help but wonder just how much of it may be true. Glad I cant afford a fancy smartphone and don't use Verizon lol.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#77589 Dec 9, 2012
West KY Girl wrote:
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Hey Una, what was the message today?:)
It was a message taken from the 53rd Chapter of Isaiah about Jesus.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#77590 Dec 9, 2012
Mr Potato head wrote:
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Well hello Mr Una. It sounds like you are having a very fine day indeed! I too had a good day at sunday school and church, I just didn't get to sack up any of the leaves in front of my house that I planned. Ohh well, I guess if were lucky, we always have tomorrow. My spaghetti and meatballs turned out to be delicious! I made some garlic bread to go with. Talk about a heavenly poot brewing in my belly now.
Yes, a lovely day. I am so glad you enjoyed church and Sunday School. Yes, I just finished a church fellowship supper. We don't talk fancy and still call the evening meal supper down here in the lovely Ville. After eating I stayed a while, until I felt the glory was about to roll at my table. Lol.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#77591 Dec 9, 2012
I was inside all day, and the birds were too. Well...except the ducks. They love this weather!!

Since: Apr 11

Murray, KY

#77594 Dec 9, 2012
Howdy folks, it's been a while thought I'd catch up skittle and see how y'all are doing?
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#77598 Dec 9, 2012
Gammy65 wrote:
Howdy folks, it's been a while thought I'd catch up skittle and see how y'all are doing?
Hi Gammy,((HUGS)) to you. I am so happy to see you post. It sure has been awhile. I hope all is well with you and the family. I just finished dinner dishes and decorating half the Christmas cookies. I thought I would take a break with a big glass of fresh brewed ice tea and check topix. I was so pleased to see your name up there. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas holiday. Have you heard from JPF/OJG? We sure have missed the old gang of regulars.

It just started pouring rain again here. Glad I am not in Green Bay or Minnesota. Seen from the football games they are getting that white stuff. lol I will take the rain for now. Snow in a couple weeks. haha

Take care

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#77600 Dec 9, 2012
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
I was inside all day, and the birds were too. Well...except the ducks. They love this weather!!
I hear that! Had to almost shove my dogs outside to go poop this afternoon and I know they had to be just about to bust a gut holding it in. Can't say as I blame them. They don't like thunder and it was rockin' and rollin' out there for quite a while.

Now it's going to turn cold and sink down into the mid 20's at night? What strange weather, geesh. We won't be opening our bedroom windows at night again for quite a while I guess...

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#77601 Dec 9, 2012
Gammy65 wrote:
Howdy folks, it's been a while thought I'd catch up skittle and see how y'all are doing?
Hi Gammy.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#77602 Dec 9, 2012
West KY Girl wrote:
Here's something to think on: http://offgridsurvival.com/verizonspyinyourow...
There was a segment about this on the nightly news the other night. I think it was the CBS news, but can't swear to the network. I do know for sure that it was one of the big three broadcast networks though.

The reporter stated that this patent they have applied for would grant them the ability to "sense" your movements via the cable box or whatever means they choose to use in your home via your consent when you sign a contract for services.

These boxes are 'smart' boxes. Meaning for example that they could tell if you were cuddling.. Hmmm. So if they can tell if you're "cuddling", well. Use your imagination to what else it could figure out..

The news story also said that the technology could detect the tone of your voice, knowing your 'mood'. Hence, the networks could then manipulate their advertising techniques just savvy enough to target your current mood.. If you were laughing, crying, loving, yelling, fighting, whatever. You're mood would determine the advertisement that came through your media equipment. Again, use your darkest imaginations to get the full effect of what EXACTLY this thing could possibly reveal to the 'eye spy'. It could ultimately mean that what ad YOU were seeing might not be the same ad that your neighbor next door is seeing at that same moment between programming..

NO WAY IN HELL will I allow something like that into my home. I'll go without cable first, I'll toss the gaming systems and everything else that I suspect of spying on us here. I'll go back to using a corded phone if need be so we can keep what little privacy we can. I already have a "dumb" cell phone because I don't need all of that silly app crap that comes with a "smart" phone. And it's turned off half the time anyway and needing a charge, lol.

You all might laugh at me and I really don't care at this point due to this story, but I have a small piece of paper taped over the web-cam lens of my laptop, and I've had it there for a LONG time already. It's too easy to hack into your system these days and finding access to remotely hack your web-cam doesn't seem that far fetched now, does it? It's probably a lot easier to hack your web-cam than it is to retrieve your personal passwords for hacking into your other on-line accounts if you think about it....
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#77603 Dec 9, 2012
It's raining and sleepy, watching dexter and homeland. All the good shows are going away for the season, maybe some new stuff will come out but so far it aint looking good.

Since: Dec 12

Mchenry, IL

#77608 Dec 9, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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It was a message taken from the 53rd Chapter of Isaiah about Jesus.
Cool, hope you enjoyed it.:)
OPEN

Stanton, KY

#77611 Dec 9, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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There was a segment about this on the nightly news the other night. I think it was the CBS news, but can't swear to the network. I do know for sure that it was one of the big three broadcast networks though.
The reporter stated that this patent they have applied for would grant them the ability to "sense" your movements via the cable box or whatever means they choose to use in your home via your consent when you sign a contract for services.
These boxes are 'smart' boxes. Meaning for example that they could tell if you were cuddling.. Hmmm. So if they can tell if you're "cuddling", well. Use your imagination to what else it could figure out..
The news story also said that the technology could detect the tone of your voice, knowing your 'mood'. Hence, the networks could then manipulate their advertising techniques just savvy enough to target your current mood.. If you were laughing, crying, loving, yelling, fighting, whatever. You're mood would determine the advertisement that came through your media equipment. Again, use your darkest imaginations to get the full effect of what EXACTLY this thing could possibly reveal to the 'eye spy'. It could ultimately mean that what ad YOU were seeing might not be the same ad that your neighbor next door is seeing at that same moment between programming..
NO WAY IN HELL will I allow something like that into my home. I'll go without cable first, I'll toss the gaming systems and everything else that I suspect of spying on us here. I'll go back to using a corded phone if need be so we can keep what little privacy we can. I already have a "dumb" cell phone because I don't need all of that silly app crap that comes with a "smart" phone. And it's turned off half the time anyway and needing a charge, lol.
You all might laugh at me and I really don't care at this point due to this story, but I have a small piece of paper taped over the web-cam lens of my laptop, and I've had it there for a LONG time already. It's too easy to hack into your system these days and finding access to remotely hack your web-cam doesn't seem that far fetched now, does it? It's probably a lot easier to hack your web-cam than it is to retrieve your personal passwords for hacking into your other on-line accounts if you think about it....
We are now in an unprecedented age of surveillance that even George Orwell could not have envisioned.
1. Your cell phone is a GPS tracking device and all your texts and conversations are monitored and stored in a government data base.
2. Your computer is monitored and all your emails and all sites you visit are stored in a government data base.
3. All your credit card transactions are recorded and stored in a data base.
4. What you watch on television is also stored by the cable and satellite companies.

Basically EVERYTHING we do is tracked and recorded and it will only get worse as surveillance cameras will be placed throughout the country in addition to the drones flying over our heads.

Since: Dec 12

Mchenry, IL

#77612 Dec 9, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text> NO WAY IN HELL will I allow something like that into my home. I'll go without cable first, I'll toss the gaming systems and everything else that I suspect of spying on us here. I'll go back to using a corded phone if need be so we can keep what little privacy we can. I already have a "dumb" cell phone because I don't need all of that silly app crap that comes with a "smart" phone. And it's turned off half the time anyway and needing a charge, lol.
You all might laugh at me and I really don't care at this point due to this story, but I have a small piece of paper taped over the web-cam lens of my laptop, and I've had it there for a LONG time already. It's too easy to hack into your system these days and finding access to remotely hack your web-cam doesn't seem that far fetched now, does it? It's probably a lot easier to hack your web-cam than it is to retrieve your personal passwords for hacking into your other on-line accounts if you think about it....
That is exactly what I was saying! I'd for sure cover a dang webcam! LOL Let me tell you about this!...I use to do a lot of ministry work overseas online. I was doing a lot of stuff in terrorist countries. This guy from a country I was doing work in started calling my HOME PHONE. He would tell me that they had detected that I had a virus on my computer... blah blah blah. I forgot what he was asking for but some personal information. Of course I didn't tell him anything. He kept calling back. I finally started telling him that I didn't even have a damn computer and I did not know what he was talking about!!! LOL Finally he gave up and went away. I bet he hacked through my online work and got my number. I remember he kept wanting me to go on my computer when he called so he could "help me fix the problem" with my computer. Yeah riiiiight! lol That experience was a little too dang creepy! I had gone to all kinds of trouble to keep them from finding me and one of them rang my dang home phone! LOL

Since: Sep 11

Scottsville, KY

#77614 Dec 9, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
Here's a new one. Most people consider jet fuel to be highly flammable and very high octane gas. Yesterday through the course of conversation with a friend I learned jet fuel is basically kerosene.
Awww yes jet fuel is nothing but high grade kerosene.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#77616 Dec 9, 2012
OPEN wrote:
<quoted text>
We are now in an unprecedented age of surveillance that even George Orwell could not have envisioned.
1. Your cell phone is a GPS tracking device and all your texts and conversations are monitored and stored in a government data base.
2. Your computer is monitored and all your emails and all sites you visit are stored in a government data base.
3. All your credit card transactions are recorded and stored in a data base.
4. What you watch on television is also stored by the cable and satellite companies.
Basically EVERYTHING we do is tracked and recorded and it will only get worse as surveillance cameras will be placed throughout the country in addition to the drones flying over our heads.
You are absolutely correct on all counts. I have started making purchases the good old fashioned way again. USING CASH. This also means using NONE of those stupid rewards cards, either. Not the Kroger reward card, not the Speedy rewards card, NONE of them. Those "discount" cards along with either your debit or credit card, keeps track of everything you purchase. EVERYTHING.

I don't purchase my ammo unless it's with cash either. And now just today, I read a story about 'them' wanting everyone to show an ID when purchasing ammunition? Just wow..

They're taking our privacy and we're stupidly allowing it go on without realizing what the long term implications really are.

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