Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,634

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

Edgerton, WI

#79469 Dec 28, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Most anyone with a little savvy can, but it is very juvenile no matter what the reasons are. Feel good now?
Reckon somebody has gone off their meds? lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#79470 Dec 28, 2012
It gave me time to catch up on my nap and my solitaire game. LOL
What a Dork

Niles, IL

#79471 Dec 28, 2012
What a Dork wrote:
That guy who thinks he can shut this site down, is a trip.
How did that work out for ya?
Your post was on here for ever bit of 4 minutes. LOL.
Still waiting for the site to be shut down, or did I miss it? Hopefully if it happened, it lasted more than 4 minutes, like the last time. What a Dork!
W KY Girl

Edgerton, WI

#79472 Dec 28, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
Man, ya'll getting heavy here lately, lighten up team, here I'll help a little,, I had a pet chicken once, but she seen a KFC commercial and kicked the bucket. I fed her some cement by accident and she laid a side walk. My chicken was so graceful, pultry in motion really. It was a smart chiken so I sent her to school, but she got eggspelled. I married the chicken but the relationship spoiled, I would of filed for divorce, but I needed the eggs.
Geez, the things I do for this group.
Hemp, I had to read that again. Definitely corny but yes funny too. lol
W KY Girl

Edgerton, WI

#79490 Dec 28, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
It gave me time to catch up on my nap and my solitaire game. LOL
Oh gosh, I got hooked on solitaire a few years ago! I have to stay away from that game, too addictive! I almost had to go into treatment over it! On computer it is even worse! lol

Weather Report: 40 'F and raining. Weatherman calling for up to 1 inch of snow here in Western KY. Above us into IL and MO expecting some heavy snow! Looks like it's already coming down good up there.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#79495 Dec 28, 2012
I need to go email sympathy to a friend that had to put her dog down today after 16 years, so 20 minutes should do the trick.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#79497 Dec 28, 2012
Hello, all of you members of the "Dead Bird Society"! I had a wonderful Christmas holiday and trust you all did as well. Lot's to catch up on in here, but again there are so many holes. Oddly though, this time the conversation kept rolling around whatever the heck was going on.

Oh well...

I got to spend the bulk of my Christmas holiday up north. We ate, laughed, reminisced, looked at old photos, smiled till our cheeks hurt, and truly had a blessed time together. It was so nice being with family. Hope everyone else out there felt the love of Christams too! But as always, it's good to be home. No matter where you go or what you do, home is where the heart is.....

_-_Nope_-_
big bird

Owensboro, KY

#79501 Dec 28, 2012
Hey
W KY Girl

Edgerton, WI

#79510 Dec 28, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Hello, all of you members of the "Dead Bird Society"! I had a wonderful Christmas holiday and trust you all did as well. Lot's to catch up on in here, but again there are so many holes. Oddly though, this time the conversation kept rolling around whatever the heck was going on.
Oh well...
I got to spend the bulk of my Christmas holiday up north. We ate, laughed, reminisced, looked at old photos, smiled till our cheeks hurt, and truly had a blessed time together. It was so nice being with family. Hope everyone else out there felt the love of Christams too! But as always, it's good to be home. No matter where you go or what you do, home is where the heart is.....
_-_Nope_-_
Hey there Nope. I'm glad to hear you had such a good Christmas.:) That's how it ought to be. Glad you're back home safe and sound.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#79515 Dec 28, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I need to go email sympathy to a friend that had to put her dog down today after 16 years, so 20 minutes should do the trick.
Oh, my dear Lord. That can be as painful as loosing a human family member. I'm so extremely sorry for their loss even though I don't know them, AW. Been there, done that. Too many times, and it never gets any easier. It's a sad and sorrowful thing to have to do....

Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#79516 Dec 28, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, my dear Lord. That can be as painful as loosing a human family member. I'm so extremely sorry for their loss even though I don't know them, AW. Been there, done that. Too many times, and it never gets any easier. It's a sad and sorrowful thing to have to do....
I know, I told her to try to not be sad but to think about the 16 years of joy and companionship. But that dog actually saved my dog's life. Mine was due to be put down in 2 days and when I saw the comfort that she got from her dog, I went and got this one of my own.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#79518 Dec 28, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
Little toker is doing fine, he had a visit with the vet yesterday for shots and general check up. His house breaking is coming along well but he attempts to chew everything he get his teeth around. He is healthy and happy and chased his first bird this morning.
That's cool. Little Toker is probably in training to keep the birds from eating your Marijuana seed. Lol.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#79521 Dec 28, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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Hey there Nope. I'm glad to hear you had such a good Christmas.:) That's how it ought to be. Glad you're back home safe and sound.
Hi, WKG! It's going to take me months to get over the excitement of Christmas this year and how much fun it was! A few members of our family couldn't make it though. Vacations called and took them to some really exotic places. But truth be told, I would have passed all of the tropical locales without a second thought, just to be able to spend this time with my family.

I have been so blessed this year. Specifically after my health decline and subsequent 'healing' this past month.. Life is good and I intend to make the MOST of it from here on out. No more taking anything for granted. Not even a pesky snowflake landing on my nose will be taken lightly any more. Nothing on this earth is more important than your family and their loving support. NOTHING..

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#79524 Dec 28, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I know, I told her to try to not be sad but to think about the 16 years of joy and companionship. But that dog actually saved my dog's life. Mine was due to be put down in 2 days and when I saw the comfort that she got from her dog, I went and got this one of my own.
Oh gosh... Do you think she will be ready for another one any time soon? I know a lot of people need time to grieve and they actually feel guilty if they "replace" a deceased pet too soon. My heart hurts for her. How awful and to have had it for so long? It's like a child to her in many ways.

I'm one of those people who need another one to love right away. My critters keep me balanced. Can't imagine life without some kind of domestic pet in the house. Seriously, I can't. That's probably why I have so many NOW, and probably why they vary in age like they do. I'll never be without "critter company" as long as I can help it.
W KY Girl

Edgerton, WI

#79526 Dec 28, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, my dear Lord. That can be as painful as loosing a human family member. I'm so extremely sorry for their loss even though I don't know them, AW. Been there, done that. Too many times, and it never gets any easier. It's a sad and sorrowful thing to have to do....
Ain't that the truth. I have done my share of bawling over my dogs dying. It is really awful. A dog will love you when nobody else does.
Go All A

Richmond, KY

#79542 Dec 28, 2012
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
Many of us are not into conspiracy theories. I am half and half interested, but very discerning about what I believe. Never mind the false flags and such. There is a real issue of our potential loss of second amendment rights. I agree with you about that. Publishing names and addresses of registered gun owners is a serious breech in our right to privacy. A form of that has been going on for some time. We are a family of legally registered gun owners, purchased solely for home protection and for hunting if the necessity presents itself. When ordering ammunition online, the order shows up with our names, address, and phone number on the package. The package also clearly states, with a large yellow sticker I might add, the contents of the package; i.e., ammunition for small arms. If that isn't broadcasting that we own a few guns, what is??? There goes any sort of privacy. I'm sure that it would not get a second look, given that we live in Kentucky, and almost everyone has a gun. But if such a package were to be delivered in other parts of the country,i.e., metro New England, it would probably cause quite a stir. When I first moved here, I was surprised that people actually had guns. Up North, nobody that I knew had them...and I lived in a suburban/rural area. Gosh, even pornography arrives in a plain brow wrapper (not that I have any, LOL). But you get the idea.
The culture is definitely changing, with a far swing to the left, and I am very worried about losing America completely in the next four years.
It's actually not such a bad idea that people know you have guns because I think you are less likely to be burglarized. It's the defenseless people without guns that thieves seek out. I saw a very funny sign on someone's lawn that was posted on a website. It read something like this:
"This home is heavily armed and we will not think twice to shoot you if you decide to break in. Now my next door neighbor (with arrows pointing to the neighbor's property) supports gun control laws and is not armed. So out of respect for his views I will not shoot you if you decide to break into his home."
Girl w KY

Richmond, KY

#79545 Dec 28, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree. No respect = no listen!
normally I'm respectful unless I'm attacked first, then I unleash the dogs. I think even wolf would agree with this. Besides, lately I've noticed that the more controversial and meaner I am, the more people listen.
Girl w KY

Richmond, KY

#79547 Dec 28, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I see it like this, when you are preoccupied in your life with calling EVERYTHING a conspiracy, when something MIGHT actually be a conspiracy there is a very very slim chance that I would believe what you said because you are like "the little boy who cried wolf." Every dang thing is not a conspiracy! So, when you might actually be right sometime you lose credibility by hollering CONSPIRACY all the time. What you say becomes juvenile and I am thinking, "won't you just shut up with the nonsense!" And that's bad just like with that "boy that cried wolf" because someday you might actually be telling the truth.
Well, then could you prove beyond reasonable doubt that I have lied in any of the conspiracies in which I have presented the inconsistencies and questions. I am not necessarily saying my theories are true, I am merely presenting question which no one even wants to address. So what is your take on the inconsistencies in the official narrative of the Sandy Hook incident?
W KY Girl

Edgerton, WI

#79549 Dec 28, 2012
Girl w KY wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, then could you prove beyond reasonable doubt that I have lied in any of the conspiracies in which I have presented the inconsistencies and questions. I am not necessarily saying my theories are true, I am merely presenting question which no one even wants to address. So what is your take on the inconsistencies in the official narrative of the Sandy Hook incident?
No I can not prove that you have lied but you can't prove that you're telling the truth either. Like I said, EVERYTHING is not a conspiracy. I think in this day and time it is more important to the media to be first instead of accurate. They want to be the first to tell a story not caring too much whether they really have the facts correct. They are more like somebody gossiping than what use to be a somewhat trusted new sources.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#79553 Dec 28, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I need to go email sympathy to a friend that had to put her dog down today after 16 years, so 20 minutes should do the trick.
I know how she feels. Two weeks ago, I made the decision to put my old horse down. I had him since he was a baby, and he was almost 27 years old. Best horse I ever had. We raced him until he was 9 years old. Then he retired to being a riding horse. Finally, he was a pasture ornament. So sad. Loved him like he was one of my own kids.

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