Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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nothing wrong with being called conspiracy minded if you have good reason to believe the conspiracy theories are true. It is obvious there is a lot of truth being hidden from us and unless we can see beyond what we are told by the mainstream news then we will always be kept in the dark. Being a conspiracy theorist is a lot like putting a jigsaw puzzle together, you have to look at all the little pieces and see if it fits and eventually you get to see the big picture.
And I should know that from some of the work I did. I watched people change facts to say whatever they needed to say to take responsibility off the gov't. Seen some of it up close. I'm not hating on you. You bring up good points. I just try to think positive and look for the good in most things.
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Good evening to all the peepers as well. I have several chores to do before hitting the hay. Good night All;)
Have a goodnight! Pleasant dreams!:)
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The Fema Camp Bill is Back!
February 9, 2013
t looks as if Representative Alcee Hastings a Democrat from Florida has decided to reintroduce his FEMA Camp bill. A few years ago I was the first person to write an article about this awful piece of legislation. Fortunately, I was successful in exposing it to a much larger group of people via the alternative media and the bill did not move forward in the legislative process.
The latest iteration of this bill has been introduced as House Resolution 390 otherwise known as the National Emergency Centers Establishment Act. This bill would authorize not fewer than 6 military installations as sites for the establishment of national emergency centers to be run by FEMA under the command of the Secretary of Homeland Security.
To summarize, it looks as if the new bill has been changed to deflect the most damning criticisms posed towards earlier versions but it still is a dangerous piece of legislation. It is no secret that the federal government already has facilities that can hold large numbers of people if they have the need to do so. The Bush 43 regime approved the refurbishment of the old Japanese internment camps and in the mid-2000s KBR was literally given a multi-million dollar contract to build detention facilities.
In addition to what we just covered with KBR and the refurbishment of the old Japanese internment camps, there have been many people who have identified strange government facilities around the United States that appeared to be setup for the purpose of holding large numbers of people. As a result, this bill if passed into law would simply expand upon pre-existing facilities and create a more robust FEMA camp infrastructure. Keep in mind that the bill authorizes a minimum of 6 national emergency centers but thatís just the minimum. Potentially this bill could authorize the establishment of many national emergency centers or FEMA camps and that is not acceptable.
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http://thedcpost.com/...
Don't know how KBR/Haliburton has a contract for anything. KBR was thrown off Fort Knox for their waste, fraud and abuse of gov't funds. God only knows how much money we taxpayers lost on anything Halliburton i.e. KBR, Blackwater, etc had their hands on. Let's hope it is for emergency purposes only like Hurricane Sandy victims etc could be housed. lol I see you wheels turning.:)
the FEMA camps will be used for detaining anti-government dissidents or anyone suspected of being a 'domestic terrorist'. The passage of the NDAA now allows the government to detain anyone without a trial if they think you are a threat to their security.
They will house victims of disasters in these camps because it will be much easier to control large populations this way should they survive the 'natural' disaster. It is my conspiracy minded belief that disasters will strike areas where there is growing civil unrest. This is how control will be maintained.

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Hello/good-night, folks. Busy day today, and unable to post. Zzzzzzzzzzz......You guessed it, slept all day. That's terrible. I expect to do better tomorrow. Old Arthur visited me today, including my fingers, so I was unable to type much. AW's remedy does work, but I am unable to take Ibuprophen along with Coumadin. Arthur gets ravenously hungry, and eats the cartilage in my joints. He ate so much a couple of years ago, I had to go to the hospital to have a titanium joint put in my big toe area. Arthur's last name is Osteo. He has a half brother called Rheumatoid. When they both gang up on me, all hell breaks loose. Oh, well. BTW Abeliever and others interested. There will be fighting over water rights someday. Apparently Georgia has considered moving its border to get rights to the Tennessee River. Of course, Tennessee has no interest in this. In the not so distant future, we will see scrambling over natural resources. With much of the world going hungry, particularly third world countries, we will see battles over water and food. Rough times ahead, folks. Good night Love and Prayers to all.
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Abeliever wrote:
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And I should know that from some of the work I did. I watched people change facts to say whatever they needed to say to take responsibility off the gov't. Seen some of it up close. I'm not hating on you. You bring up good points. I just try to think positive and look for the good in most things.
problem is I'm not seeing a lot of good lately and it is because the government isn't being truthful to us and won't take responsibility for their wrongful acts, like the war in the Middle East for instance. Is there any positive that you see in that?
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FEMA wrote:
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the FEMA camps will be used for detaining anti-government dissidents or anyone suspected of being a 'domestic terrorist'. The passage of the NDAA now allows the government to detain anyone without a trial if they think you are a threat to their security.
They will house victims of disasters in these camps because it will be much easier to control large populations this way should they survive the 'natural' disaster. It is my conspiracy minded belief that disasters will strike areas where there is growing civil unrest. This is how control will be maintained.
Maybe they know something we don't. Highly likely. Most won't know it until it happens. That is why we all keep updated with earthquakes, chemspraying, etc..

I am glad I live by a military base then. If I see them running for cover I will know something is up. haha

“It is what it is, folks!!”

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I worry so badly about my young family members. What kind of world have we created? Their futures seem grim. I worry about their safety and freedom.

AB, that link with the 'bar code' things was really interesting! Amazing, actually. But it makes sense.

On that same line, I did a Google Earth zoom on my own property again just a week ago. ODDLY, I have a circular/spiral pattern on the ground pretty far back in the woods that appears to be created with large boulders, if what I saw is correct. It's extremely odd and I'd never noticed it while walking in the woods before. But from the satellite image, it's a clear as can be!

It seems that Google Earth has updated their aerial view of my locale. During the time of year that this newest image was taken, the trees where pretty bare, so it really stuck out!! I'm going to head out there to see if I can find it and investigate further as soon as the weather is nice enough. It's extremely odd in shape.

I wish so badly I could show it to you all, but it would give my location away. How very sad it is that we can't trust the stalkers in cyber-land. I'd love to show it to everyone in this thread. Maybe it's something left behind my the native American Indians, I just can't be sure yet. I do know that my area used to be sacred hunting grounds for the Cherokee, so there's no telling what I'll find out there.

Pretty exciting, huh?
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Oglala wrote:
Hello/good-night, folks. Busy day today, and unable to post. Zzzzzzzzzzz......You guessed it, slept all day. That's terrible. I expect to do better tomorrow. Old Arthur visited me today, including my fingers, so I was unable to type much. AW's remedy does work, but I am unable to take Ibuprophen along with Coumadin. Arthur gets ravenously hungry, and eats the cartilage in my joints. He ate so much a couple of years ago, I had to go to the hospital to have a titanium joint put in my big toe area. Arthur's last name is Osteo. He has a half brother called Rheumatoid. When they both gang up on me, all hell breaks loose. Oh, well. BTW Abeliever and others interested. There will be fighting over water rights someday. Apparently Georgia has considered moving its border to get rights to the Tennessee River. Of course, Tennessee has no interest in this. In the not so distant future, we will see scrambling over natural resources. With much of the world going hungry, particularly third world countries, we will see battles over water and food. Rough times ahead, folks. Good night Love and Prayers to all.
Back at you lala. Get some more rest and hope you are feeling bete tomorrow. I am glad Kentucky has plenty of water sources.

Goodnight lala, love, hugs, and blessings to you, hubby, and the little one.
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I worry so badly about my young family members. What kind of world have we created? Their futures seem grim. I worry about their safety and freedom.
AB, that link with the 'bar code' things was really interesting! Amazing, actually. But it makes sense.
On that same line, I did a Google Earth zoom on my own property again just a week ago. ODDLY, I have a circular/spiral pattern on the ground pretty far back in the woods that appears to be created with large boulders, if what I saw is correct. It's extremely odd and I'd never noticed it while walking in the woods before. But from the satellite image, it's a clear as can be!
It seems that Google Earth has updated their aerial view of my locale. During the time of year that this newest image was taken, the trees where pretty bare, so it really stuck out!! I'm going to head out there to see if I can find it and investigate further as soon as the weather is nice enough. It's extremely odd in shape.
I wish so badly I could show it to you all, but it would give my location away. How very sad it is that we can't trust the stalkers in cyber-land. I'd love to show it to everyone in this thread. Maybe it's something left behind my the native American Indians, I just can't be sure yet. I do know that my area used to be sacred hunting grounds for the Cherokee, so there's no telling what I'll find out there.
Pretty exciting, huh?
Wow, do you think it is the sink hole and if not and something else, did you see any abnormalities from the last time you checked in the area of the sinkhole? That bar coding was new to me. I run into some strange articles while I scout through every news site out there. I hope you find something interesting and historical and not a big sinkhole. Keep us posted on what you find. Might be a treasure of Cherokee artifacts. You could have a goldmine there and not know it. I hope so. That would be great huh?

I hope you are feeling better.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

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Sorry to take so long getting back to you AB. I heard a ruckus outside and went to check on it. I had a possum in my chicken coop. Thank God I'd not gone to bed yet, I'd not have heard anything and would no doubt have lost a hen or two by morning.

But all of my featherheads are okay, thank you Jesus. I've got the possum trapped now and will deal with it appropriately tomorrow. Thankfully, I didn't have to kill it. It will be living down by the Cumberland River tomorrow, well away from here. I hate to think it, but I know that I'm not going to keep getting this lucky getting rid of little varmints the way I have been for much longer. It's a numbers game of nature against human, but I have to protect my chickens first and foremost. I see now where it got in and I'll reinforce that part of the floor tomorrow when I get back from transplanting this fat, sharp toothed trespasser...

As for the rock 'design' I saw, no, it's not part of the sink. It's at least 500 feet further east of it. Such an odd thing it is to see from the satellite view. When I saw it, I zoomed in for a better look, sat back in my chair, looked again, then sat back for a few more minutes. It took a while for what I was seeing to sink in.. I couldn't believe it. Very bizarre thing and it HAS to be large boulders because there's no other explanation for the color and "broken" shape of the spiral/circle. I can hardly wait to see it up close. I'll take a tape measure with me to I can gauge how wide it is, etc.

I'm going to run for now. I need to shower again and put on fresh P.Jammies. I feel like I have chicken dander all over me. I'm itchy from the coop and not ashamed to admit that I got a little sweaty coming face to face with that critter growling and snarling at me. It's VERY lucky that I didn't shoot it..
(What an adrenaline rush)....

Everyone have a blessed evening. Goodnight!
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Hi Nope, I am glad you saved your feathered ones. Sounds like quite an adventure. Hope you didn't have the wind and rain we have up here.

You have a good night. I am heading to bed as soon as Hawaii 5-0 goes off. I am tired.

Have a blessed night yourself.

Goodnight everyone.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

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I just got out of the shower. Got all the 'itchies' scrubbed off of myself. My head even itched.. I powder the coop regularly for mites and such, but it still gets dirty in there during the winter when I don't clean it as often because it's so cold out. And let me tell you, there was dust flying in there tonight with all of that scuffle, ROFLMBO!!

And yes, it's terribly windy here too. I'm having a hot cup of lemon chamomile tea, listening to it roar out there. Spooky!! Hope no one looses power tonight from falling limbs. It sounds mighty strong. My lights have been flickering for the past couple of hours, so a power outage might come. There have been periods that it sounds like a scary movie out there, the moans of the wind around the eaves of the house, hehe. Like it's talking, bwaahahahaha. I've got my wind up lantern here at my side, just in case the lights go out.

I'm going to hit it as soon as I finish my tea and then go out to make sure that the possum hasn't hurt itself in the cage... I'm strange that way. Even though it got in some place where it shouldn't have, the least I can do is be compassionate toward it until I can relocate it tomorrow.

Have a restful night everyone!
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dog/tree/check on the wood burner... I added wood but the new stove is big enough to hold fire all night. This thing is about 30 inches in all 3 directions and has double access doors. It is in the part of the homestead that was once the back porch and sits on concrete that I covered with used bricks. the back outside wall is concrete block up 36" from the floor and is what I punched through to add a new clay thimble that goes to the block chimney outside. Above that back 36" concrete (painted sandstone) is an old barn lumber wall decorated with antique hand tools and such (Cracker Barrel style). Quite homey with my collection of hats, Sweetgrass floral filled baskets bought from the "Gullah" natives (just north of Charleston SC). I also have my ancestor's smoking pipe, handmade walking cane, and wire rim glasses from the Civil War Era.
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As for the water shortage mentioned in some prior posts, I don't worry much about that. I have a creek in front of my homestead and it is only about a one mile trek to the river and I know how to live without running water, since I did for the first several years of my life anyways. Rain water can be caught and pumped into the cistern that is under the front part of the homestead. Right now it is closed off, but is reuseable. The down spouts have a trip valve where the initial rain is dumped onto the ground to clean the roof, then opened to feed the cistern that I can access from inside the house. Lack of electric and water would be inconvenient, but not a disaster.

If the toilet don't work I can easily re-build that same little building that once sat up the hill and had a crescent-moon shaped hole in the door and put a thunder mug under my bed. LOL Concern for potential disasters and "prepping" is one reason I moved here to my folk's old country place almost 3 years ago. I can survive better here than anywhere else and if I don't, then I have the CREATOR to take care of the rest. I don't get all that concerned about conspiracy theories since I have done about all I can already and the rest I will leave to GOD. My immediate family can also leave town life and come here, if needed.
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This is all stupid
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Abeliever wrote:
Hello bird threaders, where is everyone? Haven't seen Hempburn in a few days. I am hoping and praying things are still going well for Blueminer. I know Ancient Wolf is enjoying his new wood stove and making his list for the Dollar General. Here just a short month ago Una would be helping you with that list. haha
lala, AW, you didn't try that home remedy of WD40? You never know. That list was interesting I posted. Can't wait to try a few of them myself that I have never heard of.
Nope, Misty-Eyed, Blueminer, Hempburn, and the rest, I hope you have a peaceful night and don't get blown away. Tornados in Texas.
Morning AB,, I'm still hanging around, just not to say, chillin out and chasing sleep. It is still very windy here but not storming or tornados that I know of. Not a big believer in the wd40 thing, worked with it daily for years and I still got arther in the finger joints, epic fail for me, but if it works for some people go for it. Ok, it's almost 5 here and my coffee aint growing legs and coming to me..

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Good morning,everyone. The wind was whipping up a short while ago. It is getting colder outside, but birds are still singing in the trees. Stein went out to his tree, but made it back in record time. Hopefully, I'll pop in more frequently today, and check out what everyone is talking about. AW is right; he's in the country and has a water resource available to him, if need be. So do I, but I still worry about other folks from more populated areas, especially the children. We have overpopulated this planet, and there is a finite supply of earth's natural resources. Already we see famine in third world countries. And unfortunately, when people use up "theirs" they come to get "ours."

Right now, I hear our resident hoot owl. He has a "friend" a short distance away. They are hooting back and forth to each other. It is amazing to see the number and variety of birds out here. I really enjoy them. I'll have to get suet to hang in the trees. That helps them to keep body heat for when the temperature plummets.

Well, bye for now . Will check in a bit later. Lala

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Well another day, another happy bird.

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_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Sorry to take so long getting back to you AB. I heard a ruckus outside and went to check on it. I had a possum in my chicken coop. Thank God I'd not gone to bed yet, I'd not have heard anything and would no doubt have lost a hen or two by morning.
But all of my featherheads are okay, thank you Jesus. I've got the possum trapped now and will deal with it appropriately tomorrow. Thankfully, I didn't have to kill it. It will be living down by the Cumberland River tomorrow, well away from here. I hate to think it, but I know that I'm not going to keep getting this lucky getting rid of little varmints the way I have been for much longer. It's a numbers game of nature against human, but I have to protect my chickens first and foremost. I see now where it got in and I'll reinforce that part of the floor tomorrow when I get back from transplanting this fat, sharp toothed trespasser...
As for the rock 'design' I saw, no, it's not part of the sink. It's at least 500 feet further east of it. Such an odd thing it is to see from the satellite view. When I saw it, I zoomed in for a better look, sat back in my chair, looked again, then sat back for a few more minutes. It took a while for what I was seeing to sink in.. I couldn't believe it. Very bizarre thing and it HAS to be large boulders because there's no other explanation for the color and "broken" shape of the spiral/circle. I can hardly wait to see it up close. I'll take a tape measure with me to I can gauge how wide it is, etc.
I'm going to run for now. I need to shower again and put on fresh P.Jammies. I feel like I have chicken dander all over me. I'm itchy from the coop and not ashamed to admit that I got a little sweaty coming face to face with that critter growling and snarling at me. It's VERY lucky that I didn't shoot it..
(What an adrenaline rush)....
Everyone have a blessed evening. Goodnight!
Hubby used to have the bad habit of not securing the lid on our horses' feed bucket. One night, I went in the barn to get feed, stuck my hand in the bucket, and felt a scruffy coat. I immediately jumped and pulled my hand out quickly. Lucky I wasn't bitten by the possum sitting in the grain, having a good time, eating to his heart's content. Poor possum was just as startled as I was. From then on, I always look before I dip the can into the feed bucket. Those critters hiss when they feel threatened.

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