Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81766 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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Pikeville

Richmond, KY

#81102 Jan 5, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I am through being entertained and questioned by you. You are what you are and I am what I am, and never the "twain shall meet". Maybe I will even continue to avoid Pikeville. LOL
you don't have to, I am not from Pikeville.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81103 Jan 6, 2013
Good Morning Bird Threaders. Temperatures here today are 15 degrees warmer than yesterday and quite tolerable. I should be able to see birds, deer, other wildlife and get out of here today to keep down cabin fever and go to Church and Thank the CREATOR for all my blessings.

Sorry about all the middle of the night entertainment with Sybil, one strange dude that thinks he can be mean to others without at least some occasional recourse. I did pick a time that would not interrupt regular conversstions other than the conspiracy theories that he likes to keep the threaad focused on.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81104 Jan 6, 2013
I do believe that conspiracy theories do exist, but I do not believe that they are quite so extensive and that everything and everyone is trying to do us in.

And even the Apostle Paul said "I have fought the good fight". He did NOT say "I have laid down in the middle of the road and let someone run over me and my associates".

Good Day to all threaders and threadettes.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#81105 Jan 6, 2013
I did not find my name in the morning obituaries although I did get an honorable mention. Coffee should fire the ol spark plug up in a bit. Looks like a nice day brewing outside and I'd like to fly my choppers but looks like I'll be cooking for some visiting friends. Me time,,where is my ME time!! lol. At least I can see a bird feeder from the kitchen window.
Imposter

Richmond, KY

#81106 Jan 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
One would never know with you what is true or what is false. You just change your name and commentary to whatever is convenient at the moment. I was only reporting some of your prior claims.
I only say what I believe to be true and never intentionally offend or attack anyone. The only thing that can be considered false about me is my name changing, and I do this for good reason, just ask Imposter...and since everyone knows I do this, even this is now a well-known truth.
Ancient Wolf

Richmond, KY

#81107 Jan 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Sorry about all the middle of the night entertainment with Sybil, one strange dude that thinks he can be mean to others without at least some occasional recourse. I did pick a time that would not interrupt regular conversstions other than the conspiracy theories that he likes to keep the threaad focused on.
Recourse? So what topic would you like this thread to focus on today?

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#81108 Jan 6, 2013
Good afternoon, everyone. Don't know what happened to me this morning. I'm normally up with the birds and chickens, but hubby let me sleep in to be kind. But all that sleep made for one heck of a headache. I'm still foggy after 2 cups of coffee. May need to make some more. As for the topic under discussion today, I will go with the flow....whatever anyone else wants to talk about. Hubby found a web site called Stumble upon. You click on your interests, and the computer spits out various topics of relevance. It's better than going on Youtube and finding yourself in some very weird places. Have a good day, everyone. I'll pop in here and there to see if any other threaders are posting.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#81109 Jan 6, 2013
Must be something in the air, Lala. I did the same thing. The other members of the household allowed me to sleep in, and MAN, did I sleep in. I don't like doing that... Strange for me not to wake up as soon as daylight hits the window blinds. Cup of decaf number three is about ready. If this doesn't do the trick, a cup or two of high test is on the way to my belly,

I'll check back in later on too. Right now I'm just to danged groggy to care very much. The animals are fed. At least my priorities were met before I made my own coffee. Business as usual, other than sleeping in like a slug.... LOL!
W KY Girl

Merrillville, IN

#81111 Jan 6, 2013
There are a few of those folks who think they can walk all over other people without any consequences. Makes you wonder how they get by in real life. I still don't know what they get out of it. All I can figure is that they are mentally off to be able to enjoy drama all the time. They always have to be fighting with somebody, anybody. And if there isn't anything to fight over they just make something up or just attack people for no reason. And you know what the real kicker is? Some people who are like that day in and day out claim to be a Christian. That is the biggest joke of all. The bad thing is they fool some people into believing that they are a Christian then those people look at them and think well if that is what Christianity is all about I sure don't want it! No doubt God is not going to take it lightly when somebody has purposely drug His name through their mud. Being a total abusive psychopath 90% of the time then Jesus talk the other 10% of the time doesn't amount to anything but a big fat lie. And you know, a lot of those people know very well what the bible SAYS, but they don't know the one that it came from. They are going to be MUCH worse off come judgement day than somebody that has never even layed eyes on a bible! God does remind us that He will not be mocked.
W KY Girl

Merrillville, IN

#81112 Jan 6, 2013
...and good morning everybody!:)
W KY Girl

Merrillville, IN

#81113 Jan 6, 2013
I know that some say you should never question another person's relationship with God. That is not what the bible says. We are told several times to question such things and how to know.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#81114 Jan 6, 2013
Really, there's no need to question someones relationship with God. I'm sure He has "exclusions" of some sort for people with mental health and anger issues that they can't seem to control for whatever reason... Some preachers would call it being demon possessed. Personally I don't know what's wrong with people like that. If I did, I'd surely be able to list a lot of people who could use the cure.
:)

Who knows how He'll deal with people at the end of their day, when their 'life ticket' hits the top of the stack of the Creators time clock.

As for the here and now, that's their problem. Not mine.
Chris Tian

Richmond, KY

#81115 Jan 6, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
There are a few of those folks who think they can walk all over other people without any consequences. Makes you wonder how they get by in real life. I still don't know what they get out of it. All I can figure is that they are mentally off to be able to enjoy drama all the time. They always have to be fighting with somebody, anybody. And if there isn't anything to fight over they just make something up or just attack people for no reason. And you know what the real kicker is? Some people who are like that day in and day out claim to be a Christian. That is the biggest joke of all. The bad thing is they fool some people into believing that they are a Christian then those people look at them and think well if that is what Christianity is all about I sure don't want it! No doubt God is not going to take it lightly when somebody has purposely drug His name through their mud. Being a total abusive psychopath 90% of the time then Jesus talk the other 10% of the time doesn't amount to anything but a big fat lie. And you know, a lot of those people know very well what the bible SAYS, but they don't know the one that it came from. They are going to be MUCH worse off come judgement day than somebody that has never even layed eyes on a bible! God does remind us that He will not be mocked.
The only way to be a Christian is to aspire to be as much like Christ as possible. How many Christians do you know even come close?
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81116 Jan 6, 2013
FAKE Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Recourse? So what topic would you like this thread to focus on today?
Anything and everything is fine with me so long as no one poster or group wishes to contol and limit the discussions to a single subject and chastise others for their opinions or blame them for things only assumed and cannot be proven. After all, the birds are not dying quite so rapidly now.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#81117 Jan 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Anything and everything is fine with me so long as no one poster or group wishes to contol and limit the discussions to a single subject and chastise others for their opinions or blame them for things only assumed and cannot be proven. After all, the birds are not dying quite so rapidly now.
Hi, AW. There are still mass dieoffs of many species, including birds, that are continuing world-wide, without sound explanation. I know this because I am still researching on the web. There are a lot of strange things going on, but conversation about it has decreased because there haven't been any problems recently in our neck of the woods. How are your chickens doing? I really aspire to get as close to your lifestyle as possible. It does no good to worry about things that haven't happened yet. I'm not really concerned for myself because I'm roughly in your age range (minus 1 decade) and I've had a good life, with a few bumps in the road. I am concerned more about the young kids coming up in the world. We have adopted one of our grand children and he's only 8 years old. I worry about the type of world he will be living in, and likely not have our support when he is a young man starting out. I hope to be around at least until he comes of age, but only the good Lord knows when he will call me home.
W KY Girl

Merrillville, IN

#81118 Jan 6, 2013
Chris Tian wrote:
<quoted text>
The only way to be a Christian is to aspire to be as much like Christ as possible. How many Christians do you know even come close?
According to the bible, the ONLY way to be a Christian is to:
1. realize you are a sinful person,
2. be willing to do your best to turn away from that sin (repent),
3. accept that Jesus Christ died on the cross taking your punishment for your sins,
4. ask Him to forgive you and come into you heart and life as your Savior and Lord.
...period

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#81119 Jan 6, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
There are a few of those folks who think they can walk all over other people without any consequences. Makes you wonder how they get by in real life. I still don't know what they get out of it. All I can figure is that they are mentally off to be able to enjoy drama all the time. They always have to be fighting with somebody, anybody. And if there isn't anything to fight over they just make something up or just attack people for no reason. And you know what the real kicker is? Some people who are like that day in and day out claim to be a Christian. That is the biggest joke of all. The bad thing is they fool some people into believing that they are a Christian then those people look at them and think well if that is what Christianity is all about I sure don't want it! No doubt God is not going to take it lightly when somebody has purposely drug His name through their mud. Being a total abusive psychopath 90% of the time then Jesus talk the other 10% of the time doesn't amount to anything but a big fat lie. And you know, a lot of those people know very well what the bible SAYS, but they don't know the one that it came from. They are going to be MUCH worse off come judgement day than somebody that has never even layed eyes on a bible! God does remind us that He will not be mocked.
I agree with what you say, but I try to "turn the other cheek" and hope that if I do not respond with anger, even if it is justified, I have a 50-50 chance of the individual getting more civil. I have usually been successful with this course of action, but if abuse continues after I have "offered the olive branch" then I will just ignore that individual. Granted, I have fallen off the wagon a few times and responded sarcastically, but I don't believe that it really helps the situation. I'm no coward, but sometimes it is not worth getting upset about.
W KY Girl

Merrillville, IN

#81120 Jan 6, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Really, there's no need to question someones relationship with God. I'm sure He has "exclusions" of some sort for people with mental health and anger issues that they can't seem to control for whatever reason... Some preachers would call it being demon possessed. Personally I don't know what's wrong with people like that. If I did, I'd surely be able to list a lot of people who could use the cure.
:)
Who knows how He'll deal with people at the end of their day, when their 'life ticket' hits the top of the stack of the Creators time clock.
As for the here and now, that's their problem. Not mine.
Hi Nope. Honestly, we are told in the bible to check people out and they should check us out in this regard. Othwise you have people even right in the church working for the devil, causing nothing but turmoil and at the same time claiming to belong to God.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#81121 Jan 6, 2013
SO true. This forum is certainly nothing so drastic as to let it ruin your day.

We only get one chance at life. It's a given that we'll surely hit some major speed bumps along the way. But it's how you choose to drive over them that makes all the difference.

We can choose to barrel over those speed bumps in life and get even more angry, or we can cautiously travel on in our journey after we've learned how to watch for other nasty obstacles...
It's always our own choice to make.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#81122 Jan 6, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Nope. Honestly, we are told in the bible to check people out and they should check us out in this regard. Othwise you have people even right in the church working for the devil, causing nothing but turmoil and at the same time claiming to belong to God.
This is certainly true. But I'm not one to dwell on matters of discontent.

It's very easy to 'figure' people out.. If someone is toxic, I avoid them. If someone is beneficial to my happiness, I embrace them. I think, I reason, and then I move on as my heart tells me to.

There is only so much that can be done with toxic people.. The rest is out of our hands. I choose to let them wallow in their own poisons after they've avoided attempts to help them find peace.

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