Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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I for one will NOT be waiting for the enlightenment and PEACE of a new day, I have it already in spite of all the evil.
that doesn't sound very convincing...but if you say it often enough, it just might become true.

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Way to much friggin' Youtube nonsense driving some people bonkers.
Not only U-tube...just watch television for awhile. Good morning to you.

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Y'all remember that little group of kooks several years ago that were going to leave earth and go to some other planet or some bullcrap? They found them all dead in a little room. I'm not even sure how to Google that! lol
They were waiting for a space ship to take them to nirvana. The sign that made them think this was the appearance of the comet called Hale Bop. Not kidding. Hubby and I actually caught sight of that magnificent comet. At the time, we didn't know what it was. Later we learned that it was the comet. Really neat. But those poor suckers were found in their bunks, all dressed in black wearing their Nike sneakers. Strange folks.
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that doesn't sound very convincing...but if you say it often enough, it just might become true.
Could not care any less whether you are convinced or not.
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I have to ask, where does all of your information come from? You know without evidence nobody will bellieve you.
comes from years and years of reading, researching, personal experience through talking with other knowledgeable people from many different international and multicultural viewpoints (social, political, religious, scientific, military, financial, educational, etc) and then you start connecting the dots and the big picture becomes very clear to you. The evidence comes from examining each of the dots in detail from many different and broad perspectives and then being able to put it all together. Any 'evidence' that I can present to you would only give you a myopic view of the whole. I can present the big picture of the forest to you but you cannot understand it (nor will you accept it) until you are familiar with the soil, the roots, the trunks, the branches, the leaves, and the various trees.

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Have you ever heard of MKULTRA?
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread863...
In the 1950's, the CIA began a covert human research program involving 'behavioral modification', called MKULTRA. This program was used on POW's, soldiers of the US Miltary, and eventually Canadian and average U.S. citizens. This 'project' was done with the use of LSD and other hallucinogens, and resulted in the successful creation of 'assassins on demand'. Once a test subject completed a trial mission, they were usually killed or 'committed a bizarre suicide', as told by the CIA. After many investigations were requested and found to be unsolved in the deaths of these test subjects,the CIA director announced the end of the program in 1973.
The gunman suicide scenario happened with the Oregon mall shooter three days ago and now today in Connecticut. They both had semi automatic assault rifles and the CT shooter had a military vest on.
Does any of this sound suspicious to anyone?
According to reports, the shooter had problems dating back to childhood. The guns were registered to the mother. Why on earth would she let this boy have access to the guns. The guns should have been locked up in a gun safe, with the combination known to only to the mother. So sad. People do hunt in this area, but there is not a "gun culture" as is in many parts of the country. It is not unusual to carry guns in Ky, Texas, etc.,but it is not the norm to have weapons available in suburban CT., and even more unusual to be owned by a single mother. Weird.
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Not only U-tube...just watch television for awhile. Good morning to you.
television is mass hypnosis and propaganda, I suggest you turn it off and don't look to it as a source of unbiased and untainted truth. Youtube is not much different, but at least you can get different perspectives. You need to develop your own mental filters to decide what to accept and what to reject.
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Two days ago I celebrated the anniversary of my birth. A number which very few people will ever achieve. Yesterday, I celebrated the anniversary of the day my long time wife went to be with Jesus.

Yes, I celebrated both those events and no evils or reporting of evils (either real or imagined) will distract me from continuing on toward the end of my own trail when I too can go and in the meanwhile, I am quite happy and at PEACE and hope to enjoy a few more days until that Blessed event occurs. I am blessed; not frightened, depressed, or wary.
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Oglala wrote:
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According to reports, the shooter had problems dating back to childhood. The guns were registered to the mother. Why on earth would she let this boy have access to the guns. The guns should have been locked up in a gun safe, with the combination known to only to the mother. So sad. People do hunt in this area, but there is not a "gun culture" as is in many parts of the country. It is not unusual to carry guns in Ky, Texas, etc.,but it is not the norm to have weapons available in suburban CT., and even more unusual to be owned by a single mother. Weird.
very weird indeed. The typical psychological profile of these 'deranged lone gunmen' are usually lonely, isolated, socially withdrawn individuals with a dysfunctional familial background. In terms of their psychology, these people usually want to remain that way and distance themselves even further from society. It take a lot of forethought, planning, and intent to carry out mass murders and it is difficult for me to fathom where they get this energy within their psyche, it just doesn't make any sense because the behavior doesn't match the psychology. Violent 'bully' types are usually extroverted 'in your face' type of characters, not socially withdrawn stay at home cowards. Cowards just don't have the psychic energy to go out with assault rifles and gun people down.
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This is only going to get worse unless we get the united states to understand that the economy is a mess. And stop spending where we don't need it.
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Could not care any less whether you are convinced or not.
it only matters that you're convinced, my opinion of you should have no bearing on how you feel about yourself, I agree with that. Being true to yourself is all that matters, and when you are it shows, and when you're not, it's also obvious. Sometimes it's good to admit you are lonely, depressed, or angry because that is the first step in healing and I say this from personal experience.
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it only matters that you're convinced, my opinion of you should have no bearing on how you feel about yourself, I agree with that. Being true to yourself is all that matters, and when you are it shows, and when you're not, it's also obvious. Sometimes it's good to admit you are lonely, depressed, or angry because that is the first step in healing and I say this from personal experience.
That we can agree on. But I do not have to admit that I am depressed, lonely, or angry because it has never been a part of my nature to be any of those for any length of time. So I have no personal experience in those regards since I have learned that when I begin to feel such things coming on, I can change and do.

I am not even mad at the government LOL because for the most part when the government or as you like to say "the powers that be" zig, I can usually zag. There is only one POWER and I think my life will put my name on the proper register.
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I think a lot of people are lonely, depressed, and angry and I believe a lot of your posts help perpetuate that and that is why I post what I do.... to show others that there is an alternative. Good Day.

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television is mass hypnosis and propaganda, I suggest you turn it off and don't look to it as a source of unbiased and untainted truth. Youtube is not much different, but at least you can get different perspectives. You need to develop your own mental filters to decide what to accept and what to reject.
I was being sarcastic in my comment about television. I do know that television is not safe to watch, especially for young children. There is too much "spin" on the facts presented. Also, advertising contains subliminal messages, which has been going on for years and years. I use television as a backdrop to help me go to sleep.

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Not only U-tube...just watch television for awhile. Good morning to you.
Good morning. Truly spoken. That is one reason I rarely watch TV anymore. Most of the time I like quiet. Lol.

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Oglala wrote:
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I was being sarcastic in my comment about television. I do know that television is not safe to watch, especially for young children. There is too much "spin" on the facts presented. Also, advertising contains subliminal messages, which has been going on for years and years. I use television as a backdrop to help me go to sleep.
Speaking of TV advertizements, I know this young lady that graduated high school that could barely read. The poor girl grocery shopped by the labels on the containers. She recognized the products and bought the ones she saw on TV. I can only imagine her food costs. Lol.

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Have you ever heard of MKULTRA?
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread863...
In the 1950's, the CIA began a covert human research program involving 'behavioral modification', called MKULTRA. This program was used on POW's, soldiers of the US Miltary, and eventually Canadian and average U.S. citizens. This 'project' was done with the use of LSD and other hallucinogens, and resulted in the successful creation of 'assassins on demand'. Once a test subject completed a trial mission, they were usually killed or 'committed a bizarre suicide', as told by the CIA. After many investigations were requested and found to be unsolved in the deaths of these test subjects,the CIA director announced the end of the program in 1973.
The gunman suicide scenario happened with the Oregon mall shooter three days ago and now today in Connecticut. They both had semi automatic assault rifles and the CT shooter had a military vest on.
Does any of this sound suspicious to anyone?
MKULTRA is quite well-known now, because of declassification of sensitive documents. There have been nasty experiments done to citizens in the not so distant past, and I have no doubt that things like this continue. However, we must be careful and not link all unexplained, horrific events with the machinations of government. If we do, we risk going down the path to paranoia. Just keep an open mind when researching and reading.
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I think a lot of people are lonely, depressed, and angry and I believe a lot of your posts help perpetuate that and that is why I post what I do.... to show others that there is an alternative. Good Day.
My posts are meant to get the truth out because only when the deception stops can the healing of our country and our collective souls begin. Ignoring or denying the truth will only perpetuate and worsen the misery.
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This is only going to get worse unless we get the united states to understand that the economy is a mess. And stop spending where we don't need it.
like for instance, needless wars in foreign contries fighting a feigned terrorist threat and supporting insurgents in foreign countries to replace governments that we can't control with puppets that will do our bidding. Our financial mess is the result of our government's moral bankruptcy and deception of the American people.
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Oglala wrote:
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However, we must be careful and not link all unexplained, horrific events with the machinations of government. If we do, we risk going down the path to paranoia. Just keep an open mind when researching and reading.
and we must be careful not to deny the possibility of a link with government machinations, because that is an even greater risk we take towards the path of destruction. Just keep an open mind when reading and researching, that's good advice.
It is better to be suspicious to avoid getting blind sided than to be completely trusting cattle who question nothing while being led to slaughter.

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