Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81701 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

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

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Corbin, KY

#86567 Feb 26, 2013
HEY , ya'll wake up, the sky is falling ! the SKY is falling ! the SKY is FALLing ! go out and look, the sky's falling .

Corbin, KY

#86568 Feb 26, 2013
nah , its not really ......HA ha , made you look !

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#86569 Feb 26, 2013
Belie wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope is likely a high level topix manager. He/she is very good at managing and directing the flow of conversation here.
Most certainly not, hehe. If I was high level anything at all, I can assure you that I'd not have this stack of medical bills sitting here freaking me out right now, honey. No, I'm not 'high level' anything, unless being a realist is on that list of 'levels'. Well, on second thought, perhaps I'm high level medical maintenance. I'd imagine that's why my medical insurance is pure crap and so outrageously reliable for not covering jack squat.
<<wink wink>>

OH, and whoever it was that asked about my new eye: I bore easily and change it often. But you know that already, LOL! Unless I suppose there's another Illuminati conspiracy at play here on my part, right?? Have mercy....
(What out, Rapid. I THINK I DO have a florescent green one in my files somewhere, hehe)!!
<<wink wink again>>

Glad to hear your dear Dad is okay, Blue. And to everyone else, so nice to read your updates as always!!

AB, I see what you mean about those negative judge its. Not hard at all to figure out who it is that comes in here doing it. You just have to be watchful for a few days and you've got them pegged. Oh well, such a waste of time chasing people around like that.

Once more and in case no one has told you lately, you're ALL appreciated!! I'm going to log off again now. I'm getting tired after just having a marvelous dinner and cleaning up afterward!! Grilled a steak outside with asparagus and a side of roasted portobello mushrooms and onions. Even had a bite of dessert. YUM!! All these critters that the Lord gave me to care for and love are cozy and happy with full tummies too. So God bless and keep you all safe and warm until we chat again!!


Winchester, KY

#86570 Feb 26, 2013
<quoted text> thanks for the feedback . I have another question. as abeliever stated the space preservation act of 2001 laws protect us from our selves. what is protecting us from another country sending a couple of EMP's off a cargoship (for example) into our atmosphere and taking out all our satalites, which in turn would take out our power grids,computer systems,ect. It would send us back to the stone age seems to me.
the only thing preventing nuclear/EMP attack is MAD...Mutually Assured Destruction

Fort White, FL

#86573 Feb 26, 2013
nah , its not really ......HA ha , made you look !
I spent an hour out in the cold for nothing? Damn your smooth :-)

Manchester, KY

#86576 Feb 26, 2013
I'm still butt hurt because my friend isn't here anymore. Nope..(NOT YOU TOOTS)..he's not arse deep in Scottsville anymore....although his arse may be six foot deep down there now, I suppose.
He was a short time here and a long time gone, same as the rest of us will be soon enough.
I bet he would have been a fun guy to work with, if a man stayed up wind. He sure was a fun guy to read on here.
Here's to you Una, you old fart.
lil sparky


#86577 Feb 26, 2013
birds fall from the heavens ,...
sink holes under foot
idiots in charge of the nation ,....
maybe these are the END TIMES

Corbin, KY

#86578 Feb 26, 2013
MAD wrote:
<quoted text>
the only thing preventing nuclear/EMP attack is MAD...Mutually Assured Destruction
but what about an extremist leader that would invite armagadden ?

Revere, MA

#86579 Feb 26, 2013

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#86580 Feb 26, 2013
Generation X am I! The restless ones, forever searching for the promise...The promise of utopia? Sometimes in my dreams I reach the gates and my spirit gives rise, and just as I move to enter...Oh!crap the sound of daylight, d@mn!

Why does night last forever and time slows, the agony waiting for sleep to come, and then as it appears, in comes the sun.

I love you sun! Your like a father to me, your rays
strengthen me for what work lays ahead, but
afternoon is a plague to me, my eyes get heavy what game are you playing? Not now! Not now! Tonight! Tonight!
"I cry"!

I must admit it's evening that stirs my soul, and the old traveling urge arrives, that distant train whistle, makes me what to run, but my youth is gone..My gone!

So I settle back and watch as the clouds all puffed, and toasted orange sink slowly behind the mountains Oh! Evening your are hard to beat!
I do love you so!

Generation X the things I've gave witness to, are forever etched in my soul!
Modern miracles creations of man! Yet no UTOPIA?
The promise no one recall? Night is here the creatures are begin to stir, causing one imagination to heighten!!!
Maybe this will be the night sleep will dreams will carry my utopia!

coal abner


#86581 Feb 26, 2013
we should disarm immediately and surrender to Iran & china ,..

that way ,
the money saved can go to our poor people ,..

so they can get more free food
free housing
and free health insurance ,..

and they should be able to have as many children as they wish ,..
and need not ever work ,..
vote democrat !

Corbin, KY

#86582 Feb 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
I'm still butt hurt because my friend isn't here anymore. Nope..(NOT YOU TOOTS)..he's not arse deep in Scottsville anymore....although his arse may be six foot deep down there now, I suppose.
He was a short time here and a long time gone, same as the rest of us will be soon enough.
I bet he would have been a fun guy to work with, if a man stayed up wind. He sure was a fun guy to read on here.
Here's to you Una, you old fart.
have to agree ; una was funny. made me laugh alot. will miss his lines.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#86583 Feb 26, 2013
I took shelter in a small cave, way back in the mountains, so far away you could hear no sound of the civilized world.

Wind gentle making tree limbs tremble as if they were
nervous. Perhaps they were?
I built a small fire and the cave was warm and peace came over me.

I looked at he walls of the cave and wondered who was here before I? I began to play, I took my bowie knife and stabbed the dirt around me...And shockingly something flip up from the ground, I wish I could have seen my face?

Arrowhead!.shaped to perfection, Sharpe after how long? Proud was I to hold such a work of art! Wow! Could I do that I thought? As I ready for bed, a quick peek outside to check the weather.

A light snow fell with tenderness through the pines, but I was warm and sleep came to me, happiness in the simplest form!

Just a man, in a cave, with fire! And his prize arrowhead a gift from the ancient ones, for my the LOVE of the world, as it should be!


Fort White, FL

#86584 Feb 26, 2013
With your mind focused on melting your cheese, toast should be quite lucrative. In fact, with soup urging you on, you can get quite a bit accomplished, if your friends don't persuade you to order out instead! Set your priorities so that once you have eaten your bowls you can relax and enjoy the company of your favorite people.

Campbellsville, KY

#86585 Feb 26, 2013
Johnny Cash was born 81 years ago today

ohnny Cash-Walk The Line

Ring of Fire Johnny Cash

Hello birdthreaders, I didn't miss much I see. I thought I would start out with two of Johnny's songs as his Birthday comes to an end.

Campbellsville, KY

#86586 Feb 26, 2013
So I will leave some stories and cute videos to entertain the tree times and insomnia. This one is for AW and anyone else who thinks they are up in age. Ignore Arthur, age is not important unless you are wine or cheese. hahaha

Take that, midlife crisis: Study says 72 is the new 30

Great news for the aging-obsessed among us: 72 is the new 30. The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Germany concluded in a new study that humans have gotten so good at lowering the odds of dying that our average life expectancy has risen faster in the past 100 years than it did in the previous 200,000. The researchers looked at Swedish and Japanese men and concluded that these modern humans had the same odds of dying at age 72 that early hunter-gatherers had at 30. The study doesn't discuss how human society might pay for its aging population, or give any suggestions of what to do if you don't live in Sweden or Japan, but itís still an impressive new benchmark.[Source]

Campbellsville, KY

#86587 Feb 26, 2013
The National Weather Service's Chicago office issued a winter weather advisory from noon through 9 p.m. Central time.

Forecasters predicted the storm, which packs a dangerous mix of wet snow, sleet, rain and high winds, would reach peak intensity around the evening rush hour, reducing visibility and creating treacherous driving conditions.

In addition to the winter storm, National Weather Service forecasters on Tuesday issued tornado watches across central Florida and up the eastern coast to South Carolina.

Lucky in Kentucky!!!

Campbellsville, KY

#86588 Feb 26, 2013
for lala and blue:

Download Sinkhole Data by County

Looks like where blue was talking about is a hotspot for sinkholes. Check out all the counties. Interesting.

Campbellsville, KY

#86589 Feb 26, 2013
Fisherman hauls up 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth tooth

What's that proverb about teaching a man to fish and also find wooly mammoth teeth? "Wait, MSN Now," you say to your computer screen, "That's not a proverb!" Well, nobody told that to New Hampshire fisherman Mike Anderson, who recently hauled up a 6-inch-long mammoth tooth fossil along with scallops and other water ... stuff (we're not big fishermen here). Professor Daniel Fisher, an evolutionary biologist from University of Michigan, confirmed the fossil to theHuffington Post. Anderson said he intends to put the mammoth tooth on display at his dock for everyone to see, and possibly as a warning sign for any invading mammoths.[Source]

Campbellsville, KY

#86590 Feb 26, 2013
Maybe he should be on TLC: Dog devours 109 rocks on the beach

It isn't every day you hear your dog's stomach rattle. But after a playful jaunt on the beach, Kim Woollard's chocolate Lab, Barney, seemed sluggish, so her husband went to touch his tummy.

That's when he heard a rattling noise, and off to the vet they went. Poor Barney had somehow managed to swallow a whopping 109 rocks (109 rocks!).

Doctors in Surrey, England, found 79 pebbles during the X-ray of his stomach; the couple discovered another 30 at home that had already passed through his system (gross.) Thankfully, doggy docs were able to perform two successful operations to remove the stones, and Barney has made a full recovery.[Source]

Crazy huh? Silly dog.

14 adorable animals photographed mid-sneeze

If you suffered through enough colds to take out stock in chicken soup and hankies this winter, know that you're not alone. Your friends in the animal kingdom get itchy noses, too ó and their mid-sneeze faces are so adorable we canít help but smile a little at their misery. Bless you, adorable ones. Snot and allergies have never looked so cute.

Cute pics.

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