Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81765 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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Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#87482 Mar 17, 2013
tbone wrote:
This crap is on every forum they are no bird,s dying just some crap they madeup to see how high the thread would go
Yeah, don't you just love it. With your post and this one I am doing now while the dog is out, we just added 2 more. LOL
Tollesboro Guy

Morehead, KY

#87483 Mar 17, 2013
But hey! Three ducks just died in story above! How many birds have to die to keep the thread relevant?

:-)
Just me

United States

#87484 Mar 18, 2013
Lol...this is so funny
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87485 Mar 18, 2013
somebody turn the faucet off.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#87486 Mar 18, 2013
Woah! The thunder woke me up! How is it storming when it is 43 degrees? Crazy!
Black momma

Norwalk, CA

#87487 Mar 18, 2013
Why can't I make meatloaf I have tried and tried and I am a good cook

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#87488 Mar 18, 2013
Black momma wrote:
Why can't I make meatloaf I have tried and tried and I am a good cook
I dunno. Hopefully you will be able to at some point. Good luck.
bobbln

United States

#87489 Mar 18, 2013
Red, red robin goes bob,bobin along.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#87490 Mar 18, 2013
Black momma wrote:
Why can't I make meatloaf I have tried and tried and I am a good cook
Wash your hands, or if you prefer, put on rubber gloves (not the kind that young guys buy in the drugstore and keep in their wallets forever). Put all the ingredients in a large bowl, then plunge right in with those clean hands. Keep kneading the ingredients so they are well-mixed, then put in a baking pan, forming a loaf. This is a sure-fire way to get the meatloaf to stick together. It won't fall apart, and you can cut it into slices, then serve. Got it? The preceding information comes from the worst chef alive.

Since: Jul 12

Houston, TX

#87491 Mar 18, 2013
Rapidfire wrote:
@ BigStevie ; A magician was putting a big show on one night. He did a few good tricks to get everyones attention, then said ok for my next trick I will need a volunter , because this trick is very dangerous, so he looks over the audiance and picks the biggest dude he could find and tells him to come up on stage. the magician hands him a two pound ballpin hammer and says ok, when I tell you, hit me right between the eyes as hard as you can with that hammer ! the ole big boy said, Man thats going to hurt you. The magician said Don't worry, I've done this before. So he puts his hands behind his back and says ok now hit me. So the guy draws back the hammer and pops him right in the forehead. The magician falls flat on his back, Out cold. everyone gets quiet waiting on him to get up, but he never did. After awhile, the ambulance came and hauld him to the hostpitle, where he laid in a coma for several months. The ole boy that hit him got to feeling bad about it, thought maybe he hit him too hard, so he went and sat beside his bed every day. Finally one day the magician started moving his feet and hands , Raised up in bed, lifted up his arms and Said ; Tah- Dah !!!
HA-HA!!! That's a good 'ern, RF, and thank you for sharing it with me! Have a wonderful day and, if you will check below, you'll find another story in the ongoing saga of WTF, and his family. Thanks again!

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#87493 Mar 18, 2013
Good morning, my fine feathered friends. Right now, the weather is rainy and very raw. The blowing wind goes right through to your bones. Hubby has been talking about moving to Machiasport, Maine, which is fairly close to one of my dear friends. However, my smartphone gave the weather report for this place and it is 12 degrees and windy. That might change his mind. Other than the weather and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Maine's rural scenery is almost identical to Kentucky's. I'd like to be there around Christmas time, with the heavy snow, but as soon as the holidays are gone, I'd be gone with the wind as well. I've gotten too used to Kentucky's temperate climate to move anytime soon.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#87494 Mar 18, 2013
I imagine that AW has his woodstove cranked up this morning, with dog lying on his carpet, staying nice and warm. Stein does not want to go out to visit his tree, and when I call him, he crouches down and lays his ears back in hopes that he will become invisible. I may have to accompany him to the tree to make sure that he does his business.

Stein is well housebroken and rarely has an accident in the house. Well, he tried to hold back as much as he could but he had to produce a biscuit or two. I keep a litterbox in the small, half bathroom, so that kitty can relieve herself. Stein is very bright, and got the idea that he could use it as well. He missed by a couple of inches and left a biscuit behind. He knew that he did something wrong, and was slinking about the house. I cued in to his peculiar behavior and started looking around. Sure enough, there was his errant "biscuit." I should have scolded him, but I was laughing so hard, I just couldn't. And who could blame him! It was darned cold, windy, and rainy last night. Poor Stein cannot dress for the weather, and only has a short fur coat to protect himself from the elements.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87495 Mar 18, 2013
Into the 4th hour of thunder, lightning, and heavy rains. Dog chowed down too much on a hambone and left a choice barf and guess who stepped in it when the electric went off and it was dark? LOL
He does not leave any treats from either end unless he is feeling bad.

I don't have the wood stove going, it has been raining too much to bring in more wood and it is plenty warm enough in here without it. Just watching the creek rolling and the green grass. April Showers came in March. Maybe we will have May flowers in April.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#87496 Mar 18, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Into the 4th hour of thunder, lightning, and heavy rains. Dog chowed down too much on a hambone and left a choice barf and guess who stepped in it when the electric went off and it was dark? LOL
He does not leave any treats from either end unless he is feeling bad.
I don't have the wood stove going, it has been raining too much to bring in more wood and it is plenty warm enough in here without it. Just watching the creek rolling and the green grass. April Showers came in March. Maybe we will have May flowers in April.
LOL, hope so. This is the first time that Stein has left anything from his innards. I gave him a pass this time. Actually, the little guy first discovered the biscuit by stepping in it, and he acted as if the world was coming to an end. LOL. Stein was pretty smart in trying to use the litter box...he just miscalculated.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#87497 Mar 18, 2013
Hey guys. It's been a while. I've had a rough few days. I lost one of my beloved critter babies. I've been really depressed and I'm still not quite dealing with it very well yet. I will miss her dearly and it was so sudden. I wasn't prepared for her to die at all. No signs that anything was wrong, so I guess it was old age.. My critter babies are my reasons for breathing and loosing one hurts so deeply. I'm going to be lost for quite a while yet. At least I know she was happy and I gave her the best life possible. She wanted for nothing and got the best of everything, just as they all do. The others are keeping me comforted.
(I swear, they know and I honestly think that they understand what happened. I swear they do).

Lala, your story of the "cookie" made me chuckle though. I have the same thing happen here once in every great while. I guess they DO think that as long as the cat can go potty there, that in an emergency their human Momma won't get too pissed off. And they're right. That was so cute to read this morning. I've done just what you did, quietly chuckle and just clean it up and go on.... Gotta love them and the way they can reason things out in an emergency, hehe.

AW, I've hit little surprises like that on the floor too. Thankfully it doesn't happen often though. It's usually something the cat has puked up, hehe. Once I get over the gag reflex, I'm able to deal reasonably well, hehe. My cat has decided now though that it doesn't want to go outside any more. For a feral cat, he's surely gotten spoiled in the last two years since I started letting it come inside. Lucky though now that it's an indoor cat, I don't have to wipe up puked and half digested Katydids or Grasshoppers any more at least. Not to mention the occasional regurgitated 'what in the heck did that use to be' mess.
(Whew, just thinking about it, gag me now)....
:)

It's storming like heck over my way. I expect my power to possibly go off shortly. Thunder is shaking the walls and the lights have blinked a couple of times already. So with that, I'll close for now before the computer zaps off and I loose this post.

You all take care. Glad to see everyone posting. It's good for me after what just happened, I needed to see some normalcy again. Gotta try to get my routine back on track. This has been a rough one on me. I'm simply heartbroken over loosing a dear critter that I'd had for so long.

(And for the one(s) on here complaining about our bird thread, here's a tidbit of advice: Move along.... I wonder if the gossip and trashing forums are more to your liking? As you can see, we don't do that on this one. Kindly step aside while we politely chat with each other for another 15 plus years or so, hehe. God willing, of course)....
i think

Hyden, KY

#87498 Mar 18, 2013
life wrote:
It's a sign of what's to come! When we lose our natural inhabitants, It's usually not a good looking outcome for the rest of us. Lets keep drilling for oil and creating the next precription medication!....Because we need it.
for one comment i have read you are on track.i think our biggest problem will come just like the bible said it would, fire and brimstone.now most know what brimstone is it comes from volcanoes .so god plainly tell us what going happen to us.we going rob all the earths coolant that keeps the earth cool like oil coal and other things that plays its role in cooling our earth.the more we get the hotter the earth becomes from the hot core that in the middle of the earth.man is destroying the earth from within not the ozone layer.it all begins right her from beneath us..watch as the earth quakes become more and more and volcanoes become more and more .they have to increase they cant slow down the antifreeze of the earth is being removed to fast.
it sure

Hyden, KY

#87499 Mar 18, 2013
i think wrote:
<quoted text>for one comment i have read you are on track.i think our biggest problem will come just like the bible said it would, fire and brimstone.now most know what brimstone is it comes from volcanoes .so god plainly tell us what going happen to us.we going rob all the earths coolant that keeps the earth cool like oil coal and other things that plays its role in cooling our earth.the more we get the hotter the earth becomes from the hot core that in the middle of the earth.man is destroying the earth from within not the ozone layer.it all begins right her from beneath us..watch as the earth quakes become more and more and volcanoes become more and more .they have to increase they cant slow down the antifreeze of the earth is being removed to fast.
seems that way..
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87500 Mar 18, 2013
@Nope.. I don't have any cats and don't want any unless they stay outdoors. I once had to rip out the entire floor down to the the floor joists of some rental property that I had erroneously allowed the tenant to keep cats. I even had to bleach the joists.

But Dog is a different story. He does not like to go out in the rain but insists on being wherever I am, so I just put on my rain coat and hat and go out with him. I have no neighbors to see me using the tree either. Problem solved. LOL

Weather forecast seems right or at least close for once. It said the rains would stop at 2:30 here and they missed it by 30 minutes. The storms quit about 30 minutes ago. I had a bucket sitting outside that had 6 inches of rain water in it.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#87501 Mar 18, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@Nope.. I don't have any cats and don't want any unless they stay outdoors. I once had to rip out the entire floor down to the the floor joists of some rental property that I had erroneously allowed the tenant to keep cats. I even had to bleach the joists.
But Dog is a different story. He does not like to go out in the rain but insists on being wherever I am, so I just put on my rain coat and hat and go out with him. I have no neighbors to see me using the tree either. Problem solved. LOL
Weather forecast seems right or at least close for once. It said the rains would stop at 2:30 here and they missed it by 30 minutes. The storms quit about 30 minutes ago. I had a bucket sitting outside that had 6 inches of rain water in it.
@Nope: I'm so sorry for your loss. It's like a member of the family died.

@Ancient Wolf: That's too bad about your rental property.But I can tell you this. Cats are neither destructive nor dirty. I have several in my house and there is NO cat odor at all. What you had was irresponsible tenants and irresponsible pet owners. Cats do not want to go into a filthy litter box, much the same as you would not want to go into a dirty bathroom. Well, you have the option of going into another stall, and if that did not please you, you could drive to the next rest stop to find a cleaner spot. Cats do not have those options. It is the owners' responsibility to keep the boxes CLEAM. With the new clumping litter, there is no excuse. Sorry for getting on my soapbox, I just feel sorry for the bad raps the cats get when lazy owners don't do what is necessary.
So true

Morgantown, KY

#87502 Mar 18, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Hey guys. It's been a while. I've had a rough few days. I lost one of my beloved critter babies. I've been really depressed and I'm still not quite dealing with it very well yet. I will miss her dearly and it was so sudden. I wasn't prepared for her to die at all. No signs that anything was wrong, so I guess it was old age.. My critter babies are my reasons for breathing and loosing one hurts so deeply. I'm going to be lost for quite a while yet. At least I know she was happy and I gave her the best life possible. She wanted for nothing and got the best of everything, just as they all do. The others are keeping me comforted.
(I swear, they know and I honestly think that they understand what happened. I swear they do).
Lala, your story of the "cookie" made me chuckle though. I have the same thing happen here once in every great while. I guess they DO think that as long as the cat can go potty there, that in an emergency their human Momma won't get too pissed off. And they're right. That was so cute to read this morning. I've done just what you did, quietly chuckle and just clean it up and go on.... Gotta love them and the way they can reason things out in an emergency, hehe.
AW, I've hit little surprises like that on the floor too. Thankfully it doesn't happen often though. It's usually something the cat has puked up, hehe. Once I get over the gag reflex, I'm able to deal reasonably well, hehe. My cat has decided now though that it doesn't want to go outside any more. For a feral cat, he's surely gotten spoiled in the last two years since I started letting it come inside. Lucky though now that it's an indoor cat, I don't have to wipe up puked and half digested Katydids or Grasshoppers any more at least. Not to mention the occasional regurgitated 'what in the heck did that use to be' mess.
(Whew, just thinking about it, gag me now)....
:)
It's storming like heck over my way. I expect my power to possibly go off shortly. Thunder is shaking the walls and the lights have blinked a couple of times already. So with that, I'll close for now before the computer zaps off and I loose this post.
You all take care. Glad to see everyone posting. It's good for me after what just happened, I needed to see some normalcy again. Gotta try to get my routine back on track. This has been a rough one on me. I'm simply heartbroken over loosing a dear critter that I'd had for so long.
(And for the one(s) on here complaining about our bird thread, here's a tidbit of advice: Move along.... I wonder if the gossip and trashing forums are more to your liking? As you can see, we don't do that on this one. Kindly step aside while we politely chat with each other for another 15 plus years or so, hehe. God willing, of course)....
blessings, and hugs

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