Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,633

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

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Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83562 Jan 24, 2013
Wonder where I put my quarter and my string and super glue ? LOL
insanity

Stanton, KY

#83563 Jan 24, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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It's not just that, but can you imagine the money one of those jets costs? We just need to get our priorities straight. We send billions of borrowed dollars every year to countries that do not have our best interests at heart. I understand that it's essentially "protection money," but countries like Egypt and Pakistan are not our friends, no matter how much money we give them annually. Originally, the foreign aid was meant to be a wedge; for example, if they did not comply with certain reasonable rules, we could threaten to withdraw foreign aid to them. That used to work when there were more moderate leaders in those areas. It doesn't work now because the leaders in those countries are now extremists. We promised the former President Mubarek those jets, as a token of goodwill. Well, Mubarek was overthrown and replaced by President Morsi, who is 'in bed' with the extremists. We really should revoke that "gift." ....But government red tape continues and as of now, that gift still stands.
People should be aware of this stuff because it will affect us all. If unsavory governments get hold of our high tech stuff, they will be emboldened to implement their agenda, and it is not a good one. One spark in the Middle East can have devastating consequences in our country. It could draw us into another war, which we do not need. Gas prices, food prices will be affected.
In the past, what happened on the other side of the world did not affect us as it does today. We have a global economy, and wars have an effect on that. Gas goes up, transportation costs for goods go up, then food prices, clothing prices, etc. go up as well.
the globalists control the global economy, that's why they are the globalist. Don't be fooled by what appears to be conflict while at the same time we give our supposed enemy military aid. For the globalists, war means profit which is why there is never ending war in that region because they also control both sides of the conflict. For example, did you know that al-Qaeda is a creation of the CIA? Did you know that al-Qaeda rebels fighting against the Syrian government are being funded by our very own government? Are you beginning to get the picture of what these wars are really all about? It is just one big deception that is being carried out by our government and the mainstream media propaganda machine. Your statement about unsavory governments getting a hold of our high tech stuff and getting emboldened to implement their agenda shows your naivete. All of this is very controlled and is done for a reason with a specific intended outcome...again it is all smoke and mirrors, don't be deceived into believing the simple story being presented to you by our globalist controlled mainstream media.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83564 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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That Bush's Chili Magic is spiced just right to suit my taste Not too bland or too spicy. If I don't have home canned tomatoes, I don't use the juice though but use bought tomatoes. I crush the tomatoes. That gives it a little more texture. It is very easy. I brown the ground chuck in my big pot, then toss in the tomatoes and crunch them up with a fork, then toss in the Chili magic and stir it around. The chili magic has some juices as well as the tomatoes. I might have to try adding the corn. I have never done that.
I will try that. I don't care much for the chili powder mix. That sounds really good, because I don't like it to spicy. I wrote down the name, just in case. Lol.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83565 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
AW, remember when little Jimmy got out of big Jimmy's pulpit and went prodical? I wonder how many suckers paid for little Jimmy's Ho?
Are you talking about the Jimmy that was crying on tv? I don't watch any of those fakes, but I did catch the crying while channel surfing. I saw one in passing last week that was going to send the suckers some "Miracle Spring Water". And who was that nut that was going to send a prayer cloth? I bet he got a bargain on rags at GOODWILL.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83566 Jan 24, 2013
Think I will go with the diced tomatos. I have used them in homemade vegatable soup, not bad at all. I'm a lazy cook. Might be lousy too.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83567 Jan 24, 2013
The diced tomatoes would be fine. I have used those also. The Bush's Chili Magic starter is the same folks that make the baked beans, etc. It is sometimes a little hard to find and when I find a store that has it, I buy several cans. I don't care for the powder mix either, I never can get it just right. It is either too bland or way too spicy.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#83568 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Are you talking about the Jimmy that was crying on tv? I don't watch any of those fakes, but I did catch the crying while channel surfing. I saw one in passing last week that was going to send the suckers some "Miracle Spring Water". And who was that nut that was going to send a prayer cloth? I bet he got a bargain on rags at GOODWILL.
That's the one AW. I don't watch any of those fakes either, I saw big Jimmy crying on the news back then. Like you I might listen a few minutes to the whailing hours. Some time when you are totally bored type in "the farting preacher youtube". Most of it is Robert Tilton trying to con listeners out of money with fart sounds inserted into his sermons. The way they do it is hilarious. Even a closet pooter would like it. LOL.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83569 Jan 24, 2013
Armour also sells a chili starter and it is okay too.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83570 Jan 24, 2013
well it is midnight here, may be time for another couple hours of sleeping. Take Care and talk to you later.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83572 Jan 25, 2013
Nothing posted since Una and I left here 6 hours ago with our chili leaving Pastor Fat Wallet and Sybil all alone with their deep, dark thoughts on how to influence the world with a Topix thread.

Maybe they will have better luck when the congregation is not worrying about impending bad weather.

Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83573 Jan 25, 2013
Good morning bird threaders..ah Ancient Wolf at least. Frozen with ice mixed with snow in this neck of Kentucky. Schools out all around the area. Brrrrrrrr

I fell asleep before the chili discussion. haha

I hope all of you are staying warm, staying off the roads, and are safe. Must have coffee. Be right back.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83574 Jan 25, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Good morning bird threaders..ah Ancient Wolf at least. Frozen with ice mixed with snow in this neck of Kentucky. Schools out all around the area. Brrrrrrrr
I fell asleep before the chili discussion. haha
I hope all of you are staying warm, staying off the roads, and are safe. Must have coffee. Be right back.
Good Morning, Nothing here except cold temps with forecast for it to approach around noon to 5 pm. Lexington weather guy says it is mainly I-65 and westward.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83575 Jan 25, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Good morning bird threaders..ah Ancient Wolf at least. Frozen with ice mixed with snow in this neck of Kentucky. Schools out all around the area. Brrrrrrrr
I fell asleep before the chili discussion. haha
I hope all of you are staying warm, staying off the roads, and are safe. Must have coffee. Be right back.
Son has his 18 wheeler parked on I-65 and sitting in a truck stop drinking coffee and waiting it out.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83576 Jan 25, 2013
Freezing rain is still falling, the road is coated with ice. I65 shut down south of Louisville. Wrecks everywhere. My sister said her husband had to come back home and take a vacation day due to shutdown and treacherous roads. Poor birdies. I will have to go out and throw them some bread and leftover blueberry muffins when I fill the bird feeder. I felt sorry for the fat gray boy I have been feeding for a couple years. All wet and frozen looking pitiful when I opened the door. I had to put the girls up stairs and let him in to get warm and dry. He is in hog heaven curled up on a blanket at my feet. Happy to be out of it. I hardly ever let him in but this morning will be one of them. That 60 degree temp coming next week sounds awfully good about now. Of course, I don't have to go anywhere, so I will just stay in and stay warm. I hope you are spared.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83578 Jan 25, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Son has his 18 wheeler parked on I-65 and sitting in a truck stop drinking coffee and waiting it out.
Glad to hear that. This afternoon it is all suppose to be gone. I hope Blueminer isn't out in it. Everything is coated with ice. Parts of I65 is shut down both directions south of Elizabethtown due to ice.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83579 Jan 25, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Glad to hear that. This afternoon it is all suppose to be gone. I hope Blueminer isn't out in it. Everything is coated with ice. Parts of I65 is shut down both directions south of Elizabethtown due to ice.
Yeah, that is why he is parked and drinking coffee and watching tv in the trucker's lounge. I don't need to go anywhere either except to go out and make sure the wood stack is covered with plastic and the chickens have plenty to eat. I will do that now before anything rolls in here. I guess the chickens will have to be content to stay in the warm dry barn.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83580 Jan 25, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Yeah, that is why he is parked and drinking coffee and watching tv in the trucker's lounge. I don't need to go anywhere either except to go out and make sure the wood stack is covered with plastic and the chickens have plenty to eat. I will do that now before anything rolls in here. I guess the chickens will have to be content to stay in the warm dry barn.
I am glad I don't have to go anywhere either. I hope you are spared all this mess. I shiver just looking out the window. lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83581 Jan 25, 2013
AB.. freezing rain just now started while I was taking care of the chickens, gathering in my wood, and making sure the wind had not blown the plastic off the stash. If there is a power outtage I will be better off than most people. I can close off the rest of the house and dog and I can stay in the main room with the wood stove.

My kitchen and living area once was 3 little rooms, but I tore all that out and made one long room with the kitchen in one end, living area in the other and the dining room in the middle with the wood stove off on the back wall behind the dining area. I used old bricks for the flooring under the stove and all the way to the entrance and half way up the wall with old barn lumber above the bricks. I can pack in wood from my stash and keep plenty on the brick work right in the house and not worry about debris or hot coals. Simple living. Have a good day and stay warm. I plan to regardless of the weather.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83582 Jan 25, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
AB.. freezing rain just now started while I was taking care of the chickens, gathering in my wood, and making sure the wind had not blown the plastic off the stash. If there is a power outtage I will be better off than most people. I can close off the rest of the house and dog and I can stay in the main room with the wood stove.
My kitchen and living area once was 3 little rooms, but I tore all that out and made one long room with the kitchen in one end, living area in the other and the dining room in the middle with the wood stove off on the back wall behind the dining area. I used old bricks for the flooring under the stove and all the way to the entrance and half way up the wall with old barn lumber above the bricks. I can pack in wood from my stash and keep plenty on the brick work right in the house and not worry about debris or hot coals. Simple living. Have a good day and stay warm. I plan to regardless of the weather.
Freezing rain gone now, snow takes it's place. Light snow. I know you did a lot of work on the homestead, I like the open space you describe. I hope you and dog have a warm and peaceful day. Cable is acting up so I suspect internet may go next. I hope not, but I have plenty to read or do if it does. I prefer to stay snuggled with the electric blanket, watching cable and surfing the internet. haha

Have a good one.:)
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83583 Jan 25, 2013
Texas
Magnitude: 4.5
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php...

You can see all the mess in the Ohio Valley on the map too.

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