Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,724

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

Nicholasville, KY

#85033 Feb 3, 2013
Heard Willie doing "Precious Memories", then Vern Gosdin doing "Chisled in Stone".. You folks have a good day in spite of whatever troubles you may encounter.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85034 Feb 3, 2013
Good morning Ancient Wolf and birdthreaders, minus one. Still haunting me that he is here one day and gone the next. It will take some getting use to.

I just poured my second cup of hot java after going out to feed the birds. It is cold, snow on grass, trees, cars, but not on the road. Thankfully. I hope all the Super Bowl partiers will not have to worry about that tonight. Hopefully. I am staying home. I don't feel like partying at all. I really don't care who wins this year and I have about seen all the commercials anyway. I will find me a good movie to watch and curl up on the couch and stay warm. I am truly heartsick and don't feel like doing anything. Funny how a few months ago I would not have been phased by this news, yet all day yesterday I felt like I have these last couple years losing friends and loved ones. A little empty and at a loss for someone I really didn't know but had grown to care about. Ole fart. I miss him already.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday. I hope that white stuff is done.
HilLogic

London, KY

#85035 Feb 3, 2013
Good morning to one and all!
That sounds like an excellent way to worship God today, AW. I will give honor and thanks to God in my own way as well, as I do every day.
Funny you should mention Utube; I woke up this morning with the final scene from, "Places in the Heart", playing through my head. I got up and found it on Utube. I think there is profound meaning in that final scene; everyone is there - those who have wronged and been wronged; past and present - all are seated in God's house taking communion, as the choir sings, "In the Garden", and the preacher reads from the 13th chapter of 1st Corinthians on love.
This is one of my favorite movies. If there's anyone who hasn't seen it, I highly recommend it.
Everyone stay warm and have a great day today!
RisingMoonManiac

Winchester, KY

#85036 Feb 3, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry, I was working. Una is NOT dead. He's still posting in Scottsville Topix. He HAS been extraordinarily busy. He and Ugly Girl seemed to have eloped.
Someone is talking about how someone else must be making his posts, but Una guarded his password dilligently.
Una IS NOT dead.
But if Ugly Girl doesn't slow down, he could.
busy doing what for the past three cold snowy weekend days?

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#85037 Feb 3, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
I wish I'd chosen another line of work like animal care. Working in a geriatric center scars one for life. It's a traumatic experience not being able to be by your dying pts side because you are unable to neglect the others. I had a patient wailing and crying my name for me to be there beside her, but the nurse said go do your round. By the time her daughter got to mean hour or so later, the patient was gone. Her last words...my name. It's difficult living with that memory. I'll dig ditches or clean critter poo before I'll go back. Restless here. Again.
I worked with geriatric patients, among other age groups, and it is always hard to let go. In my case, years ago, some of those folks "adopted" me and I wouldn't have traded that experience for the world. I tried to brighten the day, and we had our fun moments as well. I was particularly fond of one fellow, and visited him long after I left the facility as a "worker.
We kept in touch for 20 years until he passed away. I still think of him, and some of the shenanigans that he pulled, including getting his sister to take him to my house for a cookout. He had me mix a coffee sombrero for him. I shut him off after two drinks, when he got so silly that he kept slipping out of his wheel chair.
HilLogic

London, KY

#85038 Feb 3, 2013
This is the link for the scene I mentioned.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85039 Feb 3, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning, bird threaders. I am heartbroken about one of our own's demise. I am thankful that I didn't respond to him with a nasty retort. Life is fragile, isn't it. It amazes me that I have such deep feelings for people I have never met. I was never an online chatter, but I was attracted to this site because of the diversity of conversational topics. I have been listening to Willie recently. My favorite is "Blue Eyes Crying."
The Good Lord has given me a reprieve, at least for the moment. I almost left this world 10 months ago, and had many months of "touch and go" life, hanging by a thread. I got some further bad news when I went for my doctor appointments. I now have some congestive heart failure and have to go to a cardiologist. I think that my bout with illness this past spring and summer took more of a toll than I realized. I am just hoping to stay on this earth long enough to raise our little guy, then I will gladly go on. I pray that Our Creator will honor my request. If not, I hope that our little guy will be raised by a friend who is closer to me than some of my relatives. Anyway, I have placed this problem in the hands of the Lord, and I will have to trust in his Care.
Oh no lala, not more bad news. I prayed your health issues were behind you after all you have been through. I am so sorry. I hope they can keep it under control so you will be here long enough to fulfill that dream of raising your little guy. You have the right attitude though. Give it to God. HE will not fail you. I love you and don't want to lose you. I was so scared for you when you were in the hospital last year and happy our prayers were answered when you got to home. I will continue to keep you in my prayers. I feel so blued out today over losing Teddy just when he had turned around and was letting the good come out. I guess in reality it was just in time and I,like you am glad our last comments to him were not of a hateful nature. I had really grown to like him allot. So sad.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#85040 Feb 3, 2013
HilLogic wrote:
This is the link for the scene I mentioned.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =wK_JuaX7SKYXX
Thanks HillLOgic, I will watch this even though I watch very few links and don't post them myself, but only offer suggestions. "In the Garden" was granny's favorite.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#85041 Feb 3, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I surely hope that is the case. I would hate for Kentucky to "catch up" with some of the weirdness that occurs elsewhere. I take pride in being a 'hick" LOL
Me, too. I "up and left"a lucrative career to come to KY. But I did find tons of work down here. Unfortunately, work here is either at the professional level, or working in the service category for minimum wage. It's hard for folks to find the in-between jobs. I was fortunate to have a profession where I could find work in nearly every state. I still miss working. I had to retire because of health reasons. I need to find something meaningful to occupy my time now. It's strange, though,because when I worked 40-=60 hours per week, I still found time for housekeeping, social activities, and numerous other things. Now, my day does not have these demands, but I have trouble finding time to complete my household tasks. Too much time on Topix. LOL
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#85042 Feb 3, 2013
Game day USA. Superbowl kickoff countdown has started and Hempy has a lot of prep for our indoor tail gating. Have a good out there folks and we'll see ya'll later. Oh, Ol Hempburn has picked the 49ers to win.. being a bird person I probably should of went with the Ravens but my riding buddy picked them first and I refuse to agree with him, lol. So GO 49ers!
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85044 Feb 3, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks HillLOgic, I will watch this even though I watch very few links and don't post them myself, but only offer suggestions. "In the Garden" was granny's favorite.
It was one of my Mom's too. I had to listen to it and it took me awhile to compose myself. Her favorite was by Elvis and then her favorite became Alan Jackson's. I had a good cry for her and then I thought of the obit I read and wondered what songs they played at the church he was so active in. Here it is for both of them:

In The Garden - Alan Jackson


I picked the one I thought he would have liked. I know which one my Mom liked. Ancient Wolf, you will enjoy the Western effect. Lala will love the horses. Now I am going to go do something useful, like clean out a closet. I have been trying to scale down on stuff I don't need anymore. Dress suits, heels, work bags and briefcases, clothes I can give to the shelter. I don't give to places that employees pick through first and then they sell. I let family see if they can use any of it and then it goes directly to those who need it at no cost. I am skipping the Super Bowl festivities, as I don't care who wins and I am not in a very festive mood anyway. I can't fake it either so I stay home when I feel like that as not to be a Debbie Downer. lol I could use some "Me" time anyway.

I hope you all have a good afernoon. OJG is almost settled in and will hopefully be joining us soon for some good conversations and an update on the middle east through her contacts. Belie and her will have some intersting debates. I miss those.

Where's Hempburn?
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85045 Feb 3, 2013
Spoke too soon. There he is...Good Afternoon Hempburn. If I was too choose, since I don't care this year, I would go with the BIRDS...Ravens from our part of the country. hahaha

Enjoy your Super Bowl.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85046 Feb 3, 2013
Cancer

Romantic and creative upsets are likely as the sensitive Moon clashes with unpredictable Uranus. If you go out tonight, keep alcoholic drinks to a minimum. You don't want to become overly emotional at the wrong time, so keep yourself in check. The potential for passion and excitement is strong, but remember that there is often a fine line or no line at all between feelings of love and hate.

haha, seen this at the side. Uranus won't get a chance to clash with this Moonchild, not going anywhere. I would probably get overly emotional at the wrong time. Not in the mood for passion and excitement right now but that last line is a killer. I have always believed there IS a fine line between love and hate. What a horescope to have. The ole fart loved to see querty post them. haha
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85048 Feb 3, 2013
Horoscopes ...hahaha
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85050 Feb 3, 2013
Weird unexplained phenomenon...

'They're out of this world!': Mysterious purple spheres found in the desert spark speculation

Tuscon locals are baffled by the appearance of thousands of tiny, purple sphere that have appeared in the middle of a desert.

Geradine Vargas and her husband discovered the strange collection Sunday while on a walk.
'We were taking photos around the area and we just.... I mean, how could you miss this?' Geradine said.'It was just like glittering in the sun.'

Scroll down for video
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22722...
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#85051 Feb 3, 2013
SuperBowl.. I have no idea who is even playing and really don't care. Dog and I just had that super bowl of popcorn for a snack and shared it with the chickens. LOL

Dog is too smart. I put his part on a styrofoam plate instead of his dog super bowl. To hold the styro down to keep it from scooting across the floor, he held it down with his paw while he was munching. LOL

Waiting for 2 pm to watch "Nazi Titanic" which is supposed to be Josef Goebel's (propoganda minister) own version of the story that took war effort money to make the film.. might be okay to pass a lazy Sunday afternoon away.
HilLogic

London, KY

#85052 Feb 3, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning, bird threaders. I am heartbroken about one of our own's demise. I am thankful that I didn't respond to him with a nasty retort. Life is fragile, isn't it. It amazes me that I have such deep feelings for people I have never met. I was never an online chatter, but I was attracted to this site because of the diversity of conversational topics. I have been listening to Willie recently. My favorite is "Blue Eyes Crying."
The Good Lord has given me a reprieve, at least for the moment. I almost left this world 10 months ago, and had many months of "touch and go" life, hanging by a thread. I got some further bad news when I went for my doctor appointments. I now have some congestive heart failure and have to go to a cardiologist. I think that my bout with illness this past spring and summer took more of a toll than I realized. I am just hoping to stay on this earth long enough to raise our little guy, then I will gladly go on. I pray that Our Creator will honor my request. If not, I hope that our little guy will be raised by a friend who is closer to me than some of my relatives. Anyway, I have placed this problem in the hands of the Lord, and I will have to trust in his Care.
Hi, Oglala; I am sorry for what you are going through. I have never been exactly where you are, so I won't pretend to understand completely. But I will say this; I believe God can do anything; He is not limited. Trust that God will work all things for good. You have my prayers.
Titanic Conspiracy

Winchester, KY

#85053 Feb 3, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
SuperBowl.. I have no idea who is even playing and really don't care. Dog and I just had that super bowl of popcorn for a snack and shared it with the chickens. LOL
Dog is too smart. I put his part on a styrofoam plate instead of his dog super bowl. To hold the styro down to keep it from scooting across the floor, he held it down with his paw while he was munching. LOL
Waiting for 2 pm to watch "Nazi Titanic" which is supposed to be Josef Goebel's (propoganda minister) own version of the story that took war effort money to make the film.. might be okay to pass a lazy Sunday afternoon away.
http://www.titanicuniverse.com/the-titanic-co...

Here’s how the Federal Reserve and the Titanic are connected. In 1910, seven men met on Jekyll island just off the coast of Georgia to plan the Federal Reserve Bank. Nelson Aldrich and Frank Vanderclip represented the Rockefeller (Illuminati) financial empire. Henry Davidson, Charles Norton and Benjamin Strong represented J.P. Morgan (Illuminati). Paul Warburg (Illuminati) represented the Rothschilds (Illuminati) Banking dynasty of Europe. The Rothschilds were the banking agents for the Jesuits and hold `the key to the wealth of the Roman Catholic Church.’

Necessary to their plans, the Federal Reserve did have some opposition; those who saw what the future would become if banking was outside of the government’s hands, the rates set by a private company such as the Fed. All the wealthy and powerful men the Jesuits wanted to get rid of were invited to take the cruise. Three of the richest and most important of these were Benjamin Guggenheim, Isador Strauss, the head of Macy’s Department Stores, and John Jacob Astor, probably the wealthiest man in the world. Their total wealth, at that time, using dollar values of their day was more than 500 million dollars. Today that amount of money would be worth nearly eleven billion dollars. These three men were coaxed and encouraged to board the floating palace. They had to be destroyed because the Jesuits knew they would use their wealth and influence to oppose a Federal Reserve Bank as well as the various wars that were being planned.
Titanic Conspiracy

Winchester, KY

#85054 Feb 3, 2013
(cont)
It can also be mentioned that J.P. Morgan, the individual contracted to build the Titanic was scheduled to be on the maiden voyage, but canceled.

Supporters of the idea that the Titanic shipwreck was orchestrated carefully, a Jesuit tempore co-adjutor was picked to captain the ship, a man that would do anything for the order and God’s will; Captain Edward Smith. Quite possibly the most experienced captain of the time, Smith had navigated the waters of the Atlantic for 26 years, a master of the icy waters that the Titanic would be sailing. He was a Jesuit and worked for J.P. Morgan. As National Geographic stated in their 1986 documentary entitilted ‘The Secrets of the Titanic,’“Anyone could be a Jesuit and their identity not be known.”

When the ship departed southern England, on board was Father Francis Browne. He was the most powerful Jesuit in all of Ireland and the Jesuit Master of Edward Smith. Here is Jesuit treachery at its finest. The provincial Father Francis Browne boards the Titanic, photographs the victims, most assuredly briefs the Captain concerning his oath as a Jesuit, and the following morning bids him farewell.(Eric J. Phelps, Vatican Assassins Halcon Unified Services).

Theorists believe that the mysteries surrounding the sinking of the Titanic are simply too coincidental not to be premeditated. Smith, being a mater navigator of the Atlantic, allegedly sailed directly into iceberg territory, failing to heed the numerous warnings given by other ships to decrease speed, and tread carefully. The glancing blow to the side of the Titanic is also said to violate basic safety measurements associated with sailing. Danger is meant to be met head on to avoid exactly what happened to the Titanic.

Less well known: the Titanic’s flare guns fired white flares. Red was (and is) the emergency standard. Other colors were used for identification (white = White Star Line). When the Titanic was sinking, her crew fired her flare guns. The Californian and other ships saw the white flares, but didn’t consider them a distress call. At one point, the Californian, commanded by Captain Lord, may have been as close as six miles to the stricken vessel.

According to other websites, the box containing this gun was the box taken off the Titanic by one of the ship’s crew on that fateful April night. The box contained ... an unused flare gun.

Clearly, the Five Shot, 33 Pinfire Derringer Revolver here does NOT fit this case. What happened to the Titanic’s flare gun contained therein? It was most probably destroyed as part of White Star Line’s cover-up of the failures leading to the disaster. Someone kept the box for decades. Did they keep the flare gun?

All three men, whom were opposed to the Federal Reserve, died during the sinking of the Titanic.

The Federal Reserve is installed as part of the Federal Reserve act in December of 1913, roughly a year and eight months after the Titanic tragedy, and World War I less than a year later. Theorists believe that the Federal Reserve and the Jesuits were responsible for funding the United States, Germany, and Russia in the war.
WKG

Elizabeth, IL

#85056 Feb 3, 2013
Well I went to the Scottsville site and I think I have pieced most of the pieces together. All I read makes me wonder even more why Una was such a bitter, hateful, manipulative man - to the MANY people he chose to be be hateful and manipulative to. Something very tramatic must have happened in his life. He must have been very miserable. No wonder some tried to convince everyone that he hadn't died long enough to get his funeral over with. From reading the Scottsville site, no doubt his funeral could have been VERY eventful to say the least! It feels kind of strange to be the last person that Una attacked OR at least the last noted one on Topix. There were a few nasty posts from him to me there in his last minutes/hours that were deleted. I may not be the most likeable person in the world but I still don't know why he turned on me. I really don't think he had to have a reason! I wonder who else (as in screen names) have died with him? Imposter I am guessing? Maybe not, time will tell. This has been very, very strange.

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