Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,773

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

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#83483 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
and don't forget the toilet tissue or stock up on corn cobs LOL
OUCH!!!!!!!~
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83485 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Thank you so very much. We love seafood. That's the only thing that I miss from New England, living fairly close to the Atlantic Ocean. I guess I miss long walks along the beaches, which are pretty much deserted in the early fall and early spring. The rest of the stuff...they can keep it up there! New Englanders, by nature, are very, very reserved. They don't strike up conversation with strangers, and are suspicious of people's motives, because they almost always have a secret agenda of their own, etc. Can you guess why I didn't fit in well up there, even though I was born and raised there?? Perhaps I was reincarnated and was a Southerner in a previous life.LOL
Here is the best Seafood Restaurant in all of Louisville. If you are coming 31W it is easier to get to than I65. I love this place and have most of my life. In the summer it is awesome and it is right on the River. They have the best fish, frog legs and homemade onion rings to die for. lol You would not be disappointed in anything you order. Here is link to it:

Mike Linnigs Restaurant, Famous Seafood Since 1925! Located in Louisville, Kentucky
http://mikelinnigsrestaurant.com/

I have eaten at Joe's Crab Shack on River Road and the Hungry Pelican on Bardstown Road, but nothing compares to Mike Linnigs. I usually eat at Mark's Feed Store or Outback when I go. Seafood, I prefer Mike's. Email me when you are coming and maybe I could meet you guys. That would be wonderful.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83486 Jan 24, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Hi Teddy. If you go before school and work let out you shouldn't get trampled. Everyone will be stopping and picking up items I am sure before going home. Unless they are fully stocked. Of course, you always need milk, bread, diet cokes haha, and as AW suggested toilet paper. I am not going anywhere. I have already stocked up a few days ago just in case. That pile up in Cincy with all that ice and snow was just too close for comfort across the river. Much like Indiana. Luckily the Ohio River must swing it all up to them which is fine by me. lol
Wonder where our Grandpa Imposter has been? Do you think he is banned or just busy with the grandbaby?
Stay warm and have a great day.
That is reassuring AB, I might get the task over with soon. That pile up in Ohio was terrible. I can deal with driving on thick ice and snow, but that black ice is something else, not much control over a vehicle in that stuff.

I don't think imposter was banned, they couldn't catch him long enough. Lol. It doesn't take much for a two year old to win your heart. I just bet he's got a lot on his plate. Hopefully he didn't get to close with his shotgun putting dope heads after his neice, on the run and wound up in jail. Lol. I wish he would come back. He could come up with some funny stuff. I think he's just a good ol' country boy. I would about lose it when he would come off with the can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man stuff. Lol.

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#83487 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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I don't need those items AW. I wash my tootie with soap and water after the fact. LOL. Those items just smear doodie. LOL.
I hate to have to go in public restrooms. I don't care what people think, as I first stop at the paper towels and soap dispenser and go to the stall with water & soap bubbles dripping from the folded paper towels. Hehehe.
Hey, Una, have you heard about the "freshy-fresh?" Those are those moist flushable wipes. First the toilet paper, then the freshy-fresh wipes. You can go to the wipes directly if the pooty is not too soiled to begin with. I never thought that I would be discussing toileting habits on the internet. LOL Leave it to you, Theodore. You are a bad influence on me. LOLOL
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83488 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good late morning, AB. Sorry that I missed you earlier. Looks like we are playing "internet tag." LOL. Are you still working at your new job, or did you decide to retire. Wish I could still work. I had a job that paid very good money and I loved what I did. Getting sick is for the birds. Hubby and I have enough to live on reasonably well, but I miss getting out to be with people, day to day. I have recovered from the spring/summer ordeal, but the underlying autoimmune problem will not go away, and at this time, there is no cure. So, I live for the day, appreciate friends, enjoy chatting with all of you on the thread, and try to keep busy in the house or with the little guy. I miss OJG, and wish she would come back to the thread. I think that she will once she is settled.
I hope and pray you stay well and you have the best job taking care of hubby and the little one that needs you. I look forward to seeing OJG back on when she is all settled in. We will talk on email.

Since: Mar 11

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#83489 Jan 24, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Here is the best Seafood Restaurant in all of Louisville. If you are coming 31W it is easier to get to than I65. I love this place and have most of my life. In the summer it is awesome and it is right on the River. They have the best fish, frog legs and homemade onion rings to die for. lol You would not be disappointed in anything you order. Here is link to it:
Mike Linnigs Restaurant, Famous Seafood Since 1925! Located in Louisville, Kentucky
http://mikelinnigsrestaurant.com/
I have eaten at Joe's Crab Shack on River Road and the Hungry Pelican on Bardstown Road, but nothing compares to Mike Linnigs. I usually eat at Mark's Feed Store or Outback when I go. Seafood, I prefer Mike's. Email me when you are coming and maybe I could meet you guys. That would be wonderful.

A very grateful thank-you from two incorrigible foodies.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83490 Jan 24, 2013
Here is an old joke: When you wipe, do you use your left hand or your right hand? No matter what they answer, you respond with "Why don't you use the paper"?
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83492 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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That is reassuring AB, I might get the task over with soon. That pile up in Ohio was terrible. I can deal with driving on thick ice and snow, but that black ice is something else, not much control over a vehicle in that stuff.
I don't think imposter was banned, they couldn't catch him long enough. Lol. It doesn't take much for a two year old to win your heart. I just bet he's got a lot on his plate. Hopefully he didn't get to close with his shotgun putting dope heads after his neice, on the run and wound up in jail. Lol. I wish he would come back. He could come up with some funny stuff. I think he's just a good ol' country boy. I would about lose it when he would come off with the can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man stuff. Lol.
I am terrified on ice. I usually don't get caught out in it, but when I do I am slow as hell and white knuckled all the way home. People are idiots in snow and ice. I am more scared of them than what's on the road. hahaha

I bet you are right about the little one and hope Grandpa didn't get locked up protecting his own. I do miss him though. Even when he was slandering me he would put a sweet comment in there and he always made me laugh. I hope he is okay. He was funny playing the Gingerbread Man. Zap, Zap, and Zap in a New York minute. lol He sure kept them busy.

Since: Mar 11

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#83493 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@Lala.. I think you would really like Eddie Montgomery's Steak House in Harrodsburg on the US 127 bypass. It is out by itself on "Lucky Man" (one of his songs) Way. The entire place is done up in white cedar. They serve much more than a normal steak house. A little pricy but excellent food.
Eddie is a big UK CATS fan and there are multiple big screens with one at least 12 foot square on the stage so on basketball nights it is good to come early and stay late. LOL
Thanks for that info. I have written down all the restaurant names that you and AB have suggested. We would only go once in a while for a treat, and that's why I don't mind expensive. We take the little guy with us, and he has very good restaurant table manners. We use opportunities like this to teach him, and he has learned not to be rude and not to make noise to disturb other diners. He's going to be a ladies'man someday. He loves to flirt with the waitresses and strikes up conversations with any lovely lady he encounters...Not so sure that's a good thing...he's only 8 years old.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83494 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Hey, Una, have you heard about the "freshy-fresh?" Those are those moist flushable wipes. First the toilet paper, then the freshy-fresh wipes. You can go to the wipes directly if the pooty is not too soiled to begin with. I never thought that I would be discussing toileting habits on the internet. LOL Leave it to you, Theodore. You are a bad influence on me. LOLOL
I hadn't heard about those lala, I will have to check into them. Those would be great to keep in the vehicle to use for tootie and hand wipes. It's ok lala. It's my minature FAART mind control center. I have it focused on the bird thread, to make people think Fart. LOL. Hopefully that ungodly Beano will be banned. Abortion of unborn farts, the very idea. Farts have rights too. Some of them are born with real body. If you don't believe me, just ask that kid in the restroom or your hubby. LOL.

Since: Mar 11

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#83495 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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I try lala. LOL. Oh Lord, those pathetic political sites. Lol. I've been on them a few times but very few, mainly to tell them how dumb they are arguing over politicians, when none of them are worth anything and could care less about them. Those two just can't come here without their false accusations. They are the present poop stirers and try to blame someone else. I really do have a problem with folks that lie. I don't deny that. Lol.
To tell you the truth, I don't give a hoot to whomever is in office. But I do care about world events, especially when they will eventually affect my pocketbook. I also like to keep my rear end safe. Just so you know, the stuff I post is not about Rep. or Dem., or who is the President at the moment. The government has a way of running itself, and sometimes it runs away with itself. I only post things that I have seen on legitimate news stations as well as newspapers with wide circulation, that are not the off-beat type. And, now being on a fixed income, I want to make sure that my tax dollars are used for the right stuff. Hubby and I have retirement funds that grow or shrink according to what is going on in the economy, and naturally, I don't want too much shrinkage. We live a simple life, except for the occasional treat, like finding a good restaurant. But we can't splurge too often, as we are in the same boat as a lot of people are these days.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83496 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Thanks for that info. I have written down all the restaurant names that you and AB have suggested. We would only go once in a while for a treat, and that's why I don't mind expensive. We take the little guy with us, and he has very good restaurant table manners. We use opportunities like this to teach him, and he has learned not to be rude and not to make noise to disturb other diners. He's going to be a ladies'man someday. He loves to flirt with the waitresses and strikes up conversations with any lovely lady he encounters...Not so sure that's a good thing...he's only 8 years old.
Eddie's place has a web site and Harrodsburg is not that far from Lebanon since they reworked 150 to Danville. then 6 miles north on US 127. I don't get over there much anymore since I retired. It is about 20 miles from me. I knew Eddie and John Michael Montgomery's dad from the old days. Sadly, he passed on before those boys became country music stars.

I would not be surprised to find that Hempburn has been there too. Gatewood Galbraith once held a political rally there. hahaha
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83497 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Thanks for that info. I have written down all the restaurant names that you and AB have suggested. We would only go once in a while for a treat, and that's why I don't mind expensive. We take the little guy with us, and he has very good restaurant table manners. We use opportunities like this to teach him, and he has learned not to be rude and not to make noise to disturb other diners. He's going to be a ladies'man someday. He loves to flirt with the waitresses and strikes up conversations with any lovely lady he encounters...Not so sure that's a good thing...he's only 8 years old.
You are welcome. If you go to Mike's, skip the Alligator, hahaha I didn't order it, but tasted it. I usually stick with what I know. lol

We did the same thing with our son. Wish more people did. I don't why some people let their kids act up without doing anything or taking them out to the car/bathroom or somewhere they don't disturb people trying to eat with their squalling. lol My son started with the nurses when he was born. I have pictures of him and every nurse from each shift before we left the hospital. Some of them are so adorable with him as little as he was looking all adoring and in awe of who was holding him. We left with more "freebies" than any mother on the floor. lol He then went on with it like your little one. Just working the waitresses etc..and he still does at 26. He is too funny. His friends call him a chick magnet. Luckily, he listened to what he was being taught and treats them with great respect, polite, helpful, etc..(parents love him) and does not have any baby mommas out there. I remember when he was in middle school and I bought him a box of condoms, told him if he got active like everyone was starting to I wanted him to stay protected, although I didn't condone early experiences I wanted him to be prepared. Told him I would restock when he needed them. Later on that evening I had went up to ask him and his friend if he wanted dinner and everyone of those condoms had been blown up and were all over the room like balloons. I laughed my butt off. Then I told him him when he was ready for girls let me or his father know and we would make sure he had what he needed to keep him free of disease or early fatherhood. I still laugh as I write this remembering that day. Of course, he didn't care how expensive that big box was. lol He was an adorable baby/child with those big blue eyes and dimples. He is still a handsome young man and child free. Too many unwanted children out there and kids being tied for life having them too early. He is in no hurry and neither am I.

Since: Mar 11

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#83498 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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I hadn't heard about those lala, I will have to check into them. Those would be great to keep in the vehicle to use for tootie and hand wipes. It's ok lala. It's my minature FAART mind control center. I have it focused on the bird thread, to make people think Fart. LOL. Hopefully that ungodly Beano will be banned. Abortion of unborn farts, the very idea. Farts have rights too. Some of them are born with real body. If you don't believe me, just ask that kid in the restroom or your hubby. LOL.
Theodore, you are VERY clever. You can roughly assess (not asses, Una)intellect by a person's use of language. So I know that you are no dummy. And you forget NOTHING!!!!! Now, you can use that intellect for the good, or for the not so good. I hope that you choose the former.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#83499 Jan 24, 2013
Cold. Just hanging out today. Off from work, and watching Tv. It's nice to have a day with nothing to do for once.

Since: Mar 11

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#83500 Jan 24, 2013
Oops, been on here too long. Got a doctor's appointment this afternoon, and I have to finish a few chores and take a shower before I go. So, I will return sometime this evening. Bye to all. Have enjoyed conversing with ALL of you. Theodore, please take the pressure off W KY Girl. She is a decent person, I believe. Give her a break, huh? Talk to you later. Bye from Uglylala

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83501 Jan 24, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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I am terrified on ice. I usually don't get caught out in it, but when I do I am slow as hell and white knuckled all the way home. People are idiots in snow and ice. I am more scared of them than what's on the road. hahaha
I bet you are right about the little one and hope Grandpa didn't get locked up protecting his own. I do miss him though. Even when he was slandering me he would put a sweet comment in there and he always made me laugh. I hope he is okay. He was funny playing the Gingerbread Man. Zap, Zap, and Zap in a New York minute. lol He sure kept them busy.
You are right AB, it's others on the road that drive absolutely to fast for the road condition. I know about the white knuckles, the first time I flew in an airplane. I bet my finger prints are still imbeded into the seat arms. Lol. The best thing to do when caught driving in ice is to keep it fairly slow. If you have to stop use the brake like stepping on egg shells, ever so gently. It helps when you stop in a automatic transmission vehicle to shift into neutral a little way before the stop. This keeps the transmission from pulling forward and allows the car to be stopped with less brake pressure. The same thing is acheived when you push in the clutch pedal in a standard transmission car. Just simple things like that will help you get home :) Wasn't anything I could about the airplane but ride it out. Lol. Yep, imposter was faster than a one legged man at a butt k-i-c-k-i-n-g contest. AB thats the word Topix flags. Lol. I suppose to many people were using it as a threatning word.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83502 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Oops, been on here too long. Got a doctor's appointment this afternoon, and I have to finish a few chores and take a shower before I go. So, I will return sometime this evening. Bye to all. Have enjoyed conversing with ALL of you. Theodore, please take the pressure off W KY Girl. She is a decent person, I believe. Give her a break, huh? Talk to you later. Bye from Uglylala
Lol. Bye lala. Hurry back.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83503 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Theodore, you are VERY clever. You can roughly assess (not asses, Una)intellect by a person's use of language. So I know that you are no dummy. And you forget NOTHING!!!!! Now, you can use that intellect for the good, or for the not so good. I hope that you choose the former.
I'll try harder, Uglylala. Don't tell lala but I had my fingers crossed behind my back. You folks know how I hate lying. Hehehe.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83505 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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You are right AB, it's others on the road that drive absolutely to fast for the road condition. I know about the white knuckles, the first time I flew in an airplane. I bet my finger prints are still imbeded into the seat arms. Lol. The best thing to do when caught driving in ice is to keep it fairly slow. If you have to stop use the brake like stepping on egg shells, ever so gently. It helps when you stop in a automatic transmission vehicle to shift into neutral a little way before the stop. This keeps the transmission from pulling forward and allows the car to be stopped with less brake pressure. The same thing is acheived when you push in the clutch pedal in a standard transmission car. Just simple things like that will help you get home :) Wasn't anything I could about the airplane but ride it out. Lol. Yep, imposter was faster than a one legged man at a butt k-i-c-k-i-n-g contest. AB thats the word Topix flags. Lol. I suppose to many people were using it as a threatning word.
You are right on the driving skills. Our Dad took us out when we were learning to drive the first time it glazed over to the school parking lot and practiced stopping and reacting. No cars around and it was scary then. Decades later, I remember what he taught us, but still come home white knucked and stressed to the max everytime.

lol on Grandpa. You are right.

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