Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81699 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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Since: Mar 11

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#80373 Jan 1, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
*Twilight ZONE marathon.
(I'm not a "Twilight" movie series junkie. Vampire teenagers ain't my thang)...
Not about vampires. It's a series (short stories) with weird endings. The Rod Serling Twilight Zone of the '60' and '70's were good. This is a "remake" of that old series, updated with stories to reflect more present time.

Since: Dec 12

Lahore, Pakistan

#80374 Jan 1, 2013
What is Government doing ?
balance

Georgetown, KY

#80375 Jan 1, 2013
our discussion of the second amendment applies to the world stage of nuclear armaments as well. The best example is what is happening in the Middle East right now. Israel has 200-400 nuclear warheads and is not a signatory to the NPT (non-proliferation treaty) and is not subject to IAEA
(International Atomic Energy Agency) inspections yet they clamor about Iran getting nuclear weapons even though Iran is in compliance with the IAEA and is asignatory to the NPT.
Israel wants to be the sole nuclear superpower of the Middle East so they can control the entire region. This is basically no different than a military police state but on an international level. So if Israel wants Iran to not have nuclear weapons then they too must disarm, otherwise it is only fair that Iran should have them also just to balance the power in the region. This is just like what happened between the US and Russia during the Cold War years. Since neither side wanted to disarm, then both sides became heavily armed and the possibility of mutually assured destruction (MAD) was the only deterrent to nuclear holocaust. Therefore the choice is simple, either everyone disarms to everyone gets equally armed, and either way the balance has to remain.

Since: Mar 11

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#80377 Jan 1, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I agree with the concept, but the continuing problem will be the definition of who is good versus who is bad or who will remain good.
I have loaded guns that have only been fired in 3 years to see if they still operate properly, cleaned, then readied.
Same here

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#80378 Jan 1, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
Not about vampires. It's a series (short stories) with weird endings. The Rod Serling Twilight Zone of the '60' and '70's were good. This is a "remake" of that old series, updated with stories to reflect more present time.
LOL! Must be a major misunderstanding here for some reason. Or maybe it's me? LOL!!

We watched the "Twilight ZONE" marathon last might on the SyFY Channel. I meant to also convey that I'm NOT into those Twilight movies about teenage werewolves and vampires that everyone has gone nuts over for the past few years....

I've seen probably every single one of the Twilight Zone shorts. I grew up during that time period. Rod Serling rocked back then. I think my favorite episode is the one where the Kanimid aliens visited planet Earth to "Serve Man" and the book that the Kanimid left behind, which is what made mankind realize what they were really here for, was to "Serve Man", literally. It was an alien cookbook on how to serve a human for a meal..
ROFLMBO!! I love those old black and whites....

Since: Dec 12

Nappanee, IN

#80379 Jan 1, 2013
dubaieducation2013 wrote:
What is Government doing ?
Hi. Are you from Dubai?
arguing

Georgetown, KY

#80380 Jan 1, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
You read, interpret, and believe whatever you wish; and I will do the same. I still fall back to the Scriptures that I have previously posted that says "Take Heed that no man deceive you".
Good Day to you, I have no intentions of continuing to argue with you every time I come to this thread.
why did you feel I was arguing with you? You are being over-sensitive for no good reason, refer back to my previous post and point out how I was being argumentative. When a preacher is preaching to you, do you sometimes interpret that as being argumentative?

Since: Dec 12

Nappanee, IN

#80381 Jan 1, 2013
balance wrote:
our discussion of the second amendment applies to the world stage of nuclear armaments as well. The best example is what is happening in the Middle East right now. Israel has 200-400 nuclear warheads and is not a signatory to the NPT (non-proliferation treaty) and is not subject to IAEA
(International Atomic Energy Agency) inspections yet they clamor about Iran getting nuclear weapons even though Iran is in compliance with the IAEA and is asignatory to the NPT.
Israel wants to be the sole nuclear superpower of the Middle East so they can control the entire region. This is basically no different than a military police state but on an international level. So if Israel wants Iran to not have nuclear weapons then they too must disarm, otherwise it is only fair that Iran should have them also just to balance the power in the region. This is just like what happened between the US and Russia during the Cold War years. Since neither side wanted to disarm, then both sides became heavily armed and the possibility of mutually assured destruction (MAD) was the only deterrent to nuclear holocaust. Therefore the choice is simple, either everyone disarms to everyone gets equally armed, and either way the balance has to remain.
So in other words, you would be perfectly fine with it if mass murderers were allowed to have guns as long as everyone else had guns also?
Ancient Wolf

Versailles, KY

#80382 Jan 1, 2013
Perhaps the word "arguing" was incorrect and should have said "debate". I ignore most preachers and read the Scriptures and make my own interpretations.

Since: Mar 11

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#80383 Jan 1, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
You failed to mention the numerous rats that scurry along at night coming up out of the subways, the storefront hookers, the open display of sexual material, the inability of a male to walk along (even with his wife) without being propositioned, or the hell holes of the world called "Grand Central Station" or 42nd street, and runaway children laying in the doorways. You bet I am Thankful to not have to go there to work anymore, including Philadelphia and Chicago which are not quite as degenerate, but close.
I didn't forget to mention those other things because, other than you, I did't expect anybody to believe that there are places like this that are that degenerate. Grand Central Station is the scariest place that I have been, and I only went with my now deceased aunt who was a typical New Yorker from the Bronx. You cannot look anyone in the eye in New York. To do so would be interpreted as a threat. If you looked directly at someone and smiled, it would be interpreted as an invitation for something very different than you intended. Boston, Ma. is a close second. People there sleep on benches in the park, covered with newspaper or cardboard. Never been to Chicago, but I'll take it from you that it is rough. Kentucky is the best kept secret there is. Shh.. we had better not tell anyone or our peaceful countryside hideaway will lost to invading city folk. LOL
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#80384 Jan 1, 2013
I seen the post on NY and recall my trip to Manhatton, went down 52nd st via the subway,,that was an experience. Came out to the 7 lanes of one way traffic in front of a Mcydee just in time unfortunatly to see some box bum crawl off his box and jump between two cars stopped at the light. He latched hold of the bumper of the lead car, squatted and blew about a quart of butt soup straight under the car behind him. Pulled up his nasty pants and limped back to his box. NY city is good for about a day and I'm done with it.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#80385 Jan 1, 2013
Movie buffs,, went and seen Django the other day, pretty good flick if you like Tarrentino, and this one is very much done in his style of filming.
Wet Sky Girl

Georgetown, KY

#80386 Jan 1, 2013
West KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
So in other words, you would be perfectly fine with it if mass murderers were allowed to have guns as long as everyone else had guns also?
mass murderers can always get a hold of guns, that's why they are mass murderers, which is why we can't disarm ourselves, that's my point, not that we should allow mass murderers to have guns. Or were you just being sarcastic? What was your point?

Do you have any idea how we can identify who the mass murderers are and take their guns away? Take a look at this video and tell me what you think?

Since: Mar 11

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#80387 Jan 1, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL! Must be a major misunderstanding here for some reason. Or maybe it's me? LOL!!
We watched the "Twilight ZONE" marathon last might on the SyFY Channel. I meant to also convey that I'm NOT into those Twilight movies about teenage werewolves and vampires that everyone has gone nuts over for the past few years....
I've seen probably every single one of the Twilight Zone shorts. I grew up during that time period. Rod Serling rocked back then. I think my favorite episode is the one where the Kanimid aliens visited planet Earth to "Serve Man" and the book that the Kanimid left behind, which is what made mankind realize what they were really here for, was to "Serve Man", literally. It was an alien cookbook on how to serve a human for a meal..
ROFLMBO!! I love those old black and whites....
It's me who misunderstood. I just ate a huge meal that hubby prepared, and now, with belly full, I'm ready for my nap. I almost fell asleep at the keyboard a short while ago. The very next time that my eyes start drooping, I'll quit for a nap. LOL Last night I posted a message to Una, but it ended up as a reponse on AB's post. Gosh, I think I'm losing it.
interpretations

Georgetown, KY

#80388 Jan 1, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Perhaps the word "arguing" was incorrect and should have said "debate". I ignore most preachers and read the Scriptures and make my own interpretations.
me too, preachers are sometimes the ones who can be the most deceptive so beware

Since: Mar 11

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#80389 Jan 1, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
I seen the post on NY and recall my trip to Manhatton, went down 52nd st via the subway,,that was an experience. Came out to the 7 lanes of one way traffic in front of a Mcydee just in time unfortunatly to see some box bum crawl off his box and jump between two cars stopped at the light. He latched hold of the bumper of the lead car, squatted and blew about a quart of butt soup straight under the car behind him. Pulled up his nasty pants and limped back to his box. NY city is good for about a day and I'm done with it.
Then there are the guys that jump on the hood of your car and start wiping the windows. They are really holding you up for cash (a dollar of two will do, thank goodness.) The subways are most enlightening: You get crammed in them like cattle in a cattle car. And while you're standing up, hanging on to a strap for balance, some pervert squeezes in behind you, and you get the picture. If you're female, you hope that it's a gay man that's behind you. At least he's not interested. Ah, the joys of city living!!

Since: Dec 12

Nappanee, IN

#80390 Jan 1, 2013
Wet Sky Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
mass murderers can always get a hold of guns, that's why they are mass murderers, which is why we can't disarm ourselves, that's my point, not that we should allow mass murderers to have guns. Or were you just being sarcastic? What was your point?
Do you have any idea how we can identify who the mass murderers are and take their guns away? Take a look at this video and tell me what you think?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =5rXPrfnU3G0XX
Iran would be considered the mass murderer. To think Iran "deserves" to be allowed to have nuclear weapons is CRAZY. And no don't accuse me of being brainwashed by mass media. I know several Iranians personally, some living here and some still living in Iran. The sane Iranians would tell you that you are nuts to even consider this idea. The largest part of the citizens of Iran pray for the day that their government is overthrown! To hate Israel is one thing, to think that a known and practically confessed terrorist state should be allowed nuclear weapons is CRAZY to the highest power. I do believe you are just attempting to be controversial because of your hate for Israel. But you are entitled to believe whatever you please AND state it, unlike in Iran.
KY Wets Girl

Georgetown, KY

#80391 Jan 1, 2013
West KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Iran would be considered the mass murderer. To think Iran "deserves" to be allowed to have nuclear weapons is CRAZY. And no don't accuse me of being brainwashed by mass media. I know several Iranians personally, some living here and some still living in Iran. The sane Iranians would tell you that you are nuts to even consider this idea. The largest part of the citizens of Iran pray for the day that their government is overthrown! To hate Israel is one thing, to think that a known and practically confessed terrorist state should be allowed nuclear weapons is CRAZY to the highest power. I do believe you are just attempting to be controversial because of your hate for Israel. But you are entitled to believe whatever you please AND state it, unlike in Iran.
Israel is the terrorist state in that region and they are the aggressors, not Iran. Just look at operation Cast Lead and the recent bombing in Gaza. What act of aggression has Iran ever done to Israel? I don't hate Israel, it is the zionist regime of Netanyahu that is to blame and now a growing majority of Israelis want Netanyahu overthrown. Ahmadinejad is actually very popular in Iran just like Assad is in Syria, despite what our zionist controlled news media will lead you to believe. The bad apples in Israel is not the people, it is their war mongering government and they are doing their best to get America into another war for them.
KY Wets Girl

Georgetown, KY

#80392 Jan 1, 2013
West KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Iran would be considered the mass murderer. To think Iran "deserves" to be allowed to have nuclear weapons is CRAZY. And no don't accuse me of being brainwashed by mass media. I know several Iranians personally, some living here and some still living in Iran. The sane Iranians would tell you that you are nuts to even consider this idea. The largest part of the citizens of Iran pray for the day that their government is overthrown! To hate Israel is one thing, to think that a known and practically confessed terrorist state should be allowed nuclear weapons is CRAZY to the highest power. I do believe you are just attempting to be controversial because of your hate for Israel. But you are entitled to believe whatever you please AND state it, unlike in Iran.
the words of an Israeli on Netanyahu

http://mjayrosenberg.com/2012/09/12/netanyahu...

Netanyahu, Not Iran, Is An Existential Threat To Israel

One ex-Israeli official put it best. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu seems to be “going berserk.”

He is demanding that the United States set a “red line” that, once crossed, will automatically initiate a US attack on Iran. He doesn’t even bother to pretend that war with Iran is in US interests. He just wants his war trigger. But, and this seems literally to be driving him crazy, he sees the chances for war diminishing every day.

I think his latest tantrum was produced by last week’s New York Times op-ed by its former executive editor, Bill Keller which stated that even if Iran develops nuclear weapons, they would not necessarily pose a significant threat to Israel, let alone to the United States.

Keller merely suggested what Israelis say privately: this whole Iran scare is not about nukes per se, it is about Israel’s fear of losing the ability to do whatever it wants to whenever it wants to. Bomb Gaza. Bomb Lebanon. Bomb relief ships. Bomb whoever, whenever.

It is about regional hegemony. After all, militarily Israel can more than handle Iran and both countries know that. That is why Israelis do not share Netanyahu’s enthusiasm for war.
KY Wets Girl

Georgetown, KY

#80393 Jan 1, 2013
(cont)
Not only do they not want war, they rightly fear that an attack on Iran would result in thousands of missiles, being launched against Israeli population centers by Hizbullah and Hamas. Even though Defense Minister Ehud Barak promises that only 500 Israeli civilians would be killed (how did he come up with that number), Israelis do not want their kids to be among that number.

None of this seems to matters to Netanyahu, who acts less an Israeli leader than a US neocon. That is why he is the first Israeli prime minister not even to go through the motions of serious negotiations. He is not interested.

Fortunately, President Obama — like President George W. Bush before him — is standing in the way of an Iran war. Netanyahu’s plan requires the United States to jump in to bail Israel out once it begins a war it cannot finish, but Obama, like Bush, won’t permit it.

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