Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,776

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

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#84489 Jan 30, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Everything is fine here, just watching the deer do the water removal dance.
AW, that's precious! I've not seen any here yet this morning. They're still probably hunkered down under the pines, hehe. Can't say as I blame them.

Looks like we were all protected this morning, although the news says a man did die in Tennessee from a falling tree. Makes me sad.. There will probably be reports of damage throughout the day. Hope there are no more injuries.

I'm headed back to bed now, hopefully get at last a few hours of sleep. It's pouring here again and is making me drowsy. Didn't get much rest for all the wind overnight..

Chat with you all later!
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84490 Jan 30, 2013
Good morning all. I promise I won't try to get a job as a weatherlady! lol I was hoping and thinking most of that storm was going to miss most of y'all. It was so big (long and wide) that I guess it is going to or has made it to all of you. I hope you all stay safe and have minimal if any damage. It was a bad storm but there have been much worse. I'm not sure why but Illinios and Missouri usually get it worse than we do here. I heard lots of damage reports from up there. I heard of a couple injuries, I hope nothing bad! Please be safe!
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84491 Jan 30, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
Very windy here, my poor chicken laid the same egg three times. Ok, so I got no chicken, but it is very windy. Took the dog out and he was scared of the wind sounds. So I carried him further out into the yard and then the rains hit. We got soaked before we could get back in and he still did not get to go. Under a tornado watch here until noon so batten the hatchs mates.
Hempburn, you are so funny! LOL You make me laugh just right out loud nearly every day. I think you need a side job in stand up comedy. lol AND thank you for always being nice and not getting caught up in the drama.:)
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84493 Jan 30, 2013
@Mixer, Betty & HilLogic... hi and I hope you are safe too!:)
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#84494 Jan 30, 2013
power is out at work so im sitting at home doing great:)
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84495 Jan 30, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Sounds terrible out here, but winds are abating just a little. I have to go to a doctor's appointment in Shepardsville (just outside of Louisville)this morning. Hubby drives, but I still don't like to go on the highways when weather is bad. I'm a little gunshy about wet roads because of hydroplaning.
Good morning Lala. Sounds like a good day to cancel an appointment to me!:) You and the hubby please be careful out there! Hope you will let us know when you get home.(That's the bossy meddling mama in me coming out. lol) Do be safe!
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84496 Jan 30, 2013
betty wrote:
power is out at work so im sitting at home doing great:)
Some storms do have a silver lining huh? lol We didn't lose power last night. Not many years ago we would lose it frequently! I think a lot of the local tree trimming helped that. Enjoy your time at home!:)
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84497 Jan 30, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
*You all stay SAFE out there... Sorry, not much sleep last night due to the winds.
Hey Nope. I'm glad you made it through the storm okay.
I had MUCH rather be "saved" than safe any day! lol I don't know about you but personally, I think the keys on my keyboard move sometimes. LOL
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84498 Jan 30, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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It's just a mute stalker/troll, "Mixer". We don't even pay attention to them any more. It's obvious who was doing it a long time ago anyway. When they DON'T show up, it's an oddity, LOL! But the pieces started to fall together eventually and was easy to see who it probably is.
It ain't nuthin' but a thang, baby..
:)
Don't be chased off by it! Those little dim bulbs and frowning faces don't amount to a hill of beans anyway. We really do have some funny talks in here sometimes, hehe! Stick around and join us!! The more, the merrier!!
I do post from a smart phone and on the mobile site I can't even see the judging icons or the locations YET some dimwit accuses me of doing all of the "judging" and "spinning my location" ...yada yada yada! LOL It is really funny sometimes how they do the judging then blame me for it. They are creative! LOL My favorite is when they actually give me good judging icons then blame me for doing it myself. Too funny! LOL I can see them now doing it then as soon as they do hollering, "Ohhhh look what she did!!! Fake! Fake! Fake!" LOL The dimwit rant over that yesterday had me rolling.
HilLogic

London, KY

#84499 Jan 30, 2013
WKG wrote:
@Mixer, Betty & HilLogic... hi and I hope you are safe too!:)
Thanks, WKG. Yes, I survived the storm with no damage, thankfully. The wind woke me at 3:00 AM; I got up, turned on TWC and checked outside periodically to access the sky. Sleep being illusive at that point, I drank coffee and kept watch. I actually enjoy watching storms; but I also have a great deal of respect for them; the same with snakes. lol
I could see the storm at first light. It was a black, nasty looking thing coming out of the southwest. I dressed hurriedly at that point, just in case; so as not to be caught in my skivvies. LOL
And as long as I was up, it seemed like a good morning for sausage, homemade biscuit and gravy. It sure was good with the morning coffee! Hope everyone is having a great day so far!
?

Lexington, KY

#84500 Jan 30, 2013
Who cares get over it.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#84506 Jan 30, 2013
Sagittarius-Mister
The risk of a headache is strong; try to lead a more regular, relaxed life. You need to do some serious soul searching today and ask yourself some painful questions. Someone close to you who appears to be very solicitous may have their own agenda, so be on your guard. Take extra precautions ...

An old man calls out to a Mr.Fake at home in the middle of the night, Iíve fallen and I can't get up. I need your hand to come and help me up. I heard him say I tried my best to get up on my own. The old man waited and waited as long as his body would let him on the floor, NO call back NO show up. He didnít want to interfere with the gentleman at work; he didnít want him to loose his new job like the Mr.Fake did. The gentleman didnít mind was happy to help had a good heart. The Boss who wouldnít have it any other way was very understanding. Thank god for people who still have a heart.

Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself.
WKG

Chicago, IL

#84507 Jan 30, 2013
HilLogic wrote:
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Thanks, WKG. Yes, I survived the storm with no damage, thankfully. The wind woke me at 3:00 AM; I got up, turned on TWC and checked outside periodically to access the sky. Sleep being illusive at that point, I drank coffee and kept watch. I actually enjoy watching storms; but I also have a great deal of respect for them; the same with snakes. lol
I could see the storm at first light. It was a black, nasty looking thing coming out of the southwest. I dressed hurriedly at that point, just in case; so as not to be caught in my skivvies. LOL
And as long as I was up, it seemed like a good morning for sausage, homemade biscuit and gravy. It sure was good with the morning coffee! Hope everyone is having a great day so far!
Hi HilLogic. The storm passed through here last night from about 10-ish until about 12:30-1:00. I was up so it didn't mess with my sleep. I know, it is strange but I kind of like storms too. I just hate it when people get hurt or have property damage. Like you, I do respect them. When the wind started blowing real good I stood at the corner of my porch and had a Leonardo DiCaprio in the Titanic moment. LOL ...but then a small voice said, "get in the house dummy!" LOL
I bet your biscuits and gravy were good. I stir fried some jalapeno peppers (not hot), onion, and turkey then added a couple eggs and cheese for an omlete. It was actually the best one I have had in a long time.
You take care, glad you made it through the storm okay. Have a good one!

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#84508 Jan 30, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I think I will go watch Benny Hill doing Boots Randolph's Yakkety Sax. LOL
Good choice AW. Benny Hill is free, Benny Hinn has to have lots of money.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#84511 Jan 30, 2013
Inside job you should know all about that kind of work. You shouldnít be using your pet that way. Talk for yourself.
HilLogic

London, KY

#84516 Jan 30, 2013
I just saw some video from Adairsville, GA; looks like those folks down there didn't weather the storm so well; a lot of wind damage.

WKG, your omelet sounds wonderful, and I'm sure it was! And speaking of food, reminded me of a funny email I received. I'll share it.
1. The Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
2. The Mexicans eat a lot of fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
3.. The Chinese drink very little red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
4. The Italians drink a lot of red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans..
5. The Germans drink a lot of beer and eat lots of sausages and fats and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
6. The French eat lots of rich food and drink tons of wine and have fewer heart attacks than Americans.
Conclusion:
Eat and drink what you like. Speaking English is apparently what kills you.

And to add my own note: I think stress is one of the biggest killers and laughter helps us live longer - and happier! So, my advise is to laugh more and stress less!
dagon

Williamsburg, KY

#84518 Jan 30, 2013
HilLogic wrote:
I just saw some video from Adairsville, GA; looks like those folks down there didn't weather the storm so well; a lot of wind damage.
WKG, your omelet sounds wonderful, and I'm sure it was! And speaking of food, reminded me of a funny email I received. I'll share it.
1. The Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
2. The Mexicans eat a lot of fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
3.. The Chinese drink very little red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
4. The Italians drink a lot of red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans..
5. The Germans drink a lot of beer and eat lots of sausages and fats and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
6. The French eat lots of rich food and drink tons of wine and have fewer heart attacks than Americans.
Conclusion:
Eat and drink what you like. Speaking English is apparently what kills you.
And to add my own note: I think stress is one of the biggest killers and laughter helps us live longer - and happier! So, my advise is to laugh more and stress less!
stress is the number 1 cause of dis-"ease".
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#84519 Jan 30, 2013
betty wrote:
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mine tend to leave them beheaded on my welcome mat. no wonder the Egyptians worshiped them...... you can cross a dog and five minutes later all they want is a petting and to lay at your feet. you cross a cat and your house gets ransacked, your shoes get peed in, and you wake up with unexplained scratch marks. i have never met a cat that didn't have some sort of personality disorder either. maybe the egyptians walked funny because they strolled with their backs pressed against the walls so they could see the furry little schizos coming.
Hello Betty, welcome back! Please give the group an email and let us know how you and hubby are doing? I missed your humor here. You are so right about those cats. I had one that use to bring it's kills to the door like an offering, although fully intact. She would crack me up, open the door, mouse, bird or baby rabbit on mat, she would look at me like "hey, I was busy last night, here you go, now let me in to eat tender vittles. hahah I miss that cat. Had her 8 years. She was funny. Love the Egyptian comment. Too funny. Have a great day and come back more often. OJG should be back soon. Great seeing "betty" on the list of posters.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#84520 Jan 30, 2013
HilLogic wrote:
I just saw some video from Adairsville, GA; looks like those folks down there didn't weather the storm so well; a lot of wind damage.
WKG, your omelet sounds wonderful, and I'm sure it was! And speaking of food, reminded me of a funny email I received. I'll share it.
1. The Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
2. The Mexicans eat a lot of fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
3.. The Chinese drink very little red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
4. The Italians drink a lot of red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans..
5. The Germans drink a lot of beer and eat lots of sausages and fats and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans.
6. The French eat lots of rich food and drink tons of wine and have fewer heart attacks than Americans.
Conclusion:
Eat and drink what you like. Speaking English is apparently what kills you.
And to add my own note: I think stress is one of the biggest killers and laughter helps us live longer - and happier! So, my advise is to laugh more and stress less!
I seen that too. Makes you wonder huh? I guess Americans are just too uptight. hahaa You are right, laughter helps, and all one has to do is read topix to get some. I have a pretty witty family and friends are too. They make me laugh so hard sometimes my stomach aches like I have been swinging on the uneven parallel bars. haha I find that being retired has lowered my stress more than anything. No pressure.

Have a great day.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#84522 Jan 30, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Hello Betty, welcome back! Please give the group an email and let us know how you and hubby are doing? I missed your humor here. You are so right about those cats. I had one that use to bring it's kills to the door like an offering, although fully intact. She would crack me up, open the door, mouse, bird or baby rabbit on mat, she would look at me like "hey, I was busy last night, here you go, now let me in to eat tender vittles. hahah I miss that cat. Had her 8 years. She was funny. Love the Egyptian comment. Too funny. Have a great day and come back more often. OJG should be back soon. Great seeing "betty" on the list of posters.
AB, is that the origional bulls balls Betty? Cool if it is, running over those chrome bull balls and ruining the tire rim, LOL. She is so cool.

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