Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,787

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

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betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87845 Mar 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
All that wisdom today from Lala,AW, Good Morning, Betty and you has really made my day;) I salvaged my little sprouts from their moldy peat pots. Too much water, not enough sun. But my Loving care hopefully will help em grow.Love to hear Vern's voice. Just like my Daddy, a caring& hardworking man.
i wonder if you could sub some of the sun with a cfl bulb on them..... i did it with my aloes and still lost my babies, the mamas seem to survive all winter long even if you forget to open the blinds for a week, but the babies die fast without sunlight (and probably me messing with them too much)...

but my Venus fly traps seem to flourish under them.... i just have to keep the varmints away from them... once they open and close their certain number of times they die.... my cats are intrigued with anything that snaps back.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#87846 Mar 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> That sure would be nice;) I agree, with you. Seems like I can't shake the back pain. It gets worse with the chilly rain. I never get sick in the summer months. It'll get here sooner than later. Few more weeks, fingers crossed;)Don't work too hard not to enjoy though. Good evening to ya.
I want it NOW.(((wahhh)))

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#87847 Mar 25, 2013
Kidding of course.
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87848 Mar 25, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>I want it NOW.(((wahhh)))
im with you on that.... and to add i will shamelessly whanh all through the winter bout the cold and then curse the allergies and heat till im back to freezing and whining bout winter again

think i should just move to costa rica where the water is warm enough to swim in year round and it stays between 70 and 80 with only a few days of humidity but enough rain garden all the time..... but im a chicken when it comes to earthquakes and they have had some big ones.

my hubby has been every where... i aint really travled... but he says canary islands are nice...... eew... but i bet there's volcanoes.

we are all just little ants at the mercy of this spinning giant rock the sun, and the jet stream.

but still... wanh! i want it now too...lol
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87849 Mar 25, 2013
wonder where a.b. is tonight?
Good morning

United States

#87850 Mar 25, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
i have just learned over the years that things go better when he thinks everything is his idea....... of course when things don't go as planned he is quick to say "oh why did you let me do this or that,"and im quick to remind him that he would not want to live with a woman who tells him what to do all the time.... but of course in reality i am the brains of the out fit.... i just dont tell him that :) then everything would be my fault see..... and we cant have that...lol
its a dance....
Heeheehee.... Reminds me of my stay at home mom--after her kids flew the coop--she'd hear my dad pull in the long gravel driveway, get up from laying on the couch, put the dinner plates and silverware on the table and be peeling potatoes by the time dad got in the door. "Supper will be ready in just a few minutes!" He had NO idea she had spent the last hour on the couch!! Haha! She never let him catch her on the couch!( uh, in all fairness to her, she did have health problems!)

Now about this weather.: everybody complains about the weather but nobody can do a thing about it. Sigh. Loved Hawaii! Perfect weather! But there's that volcano thing going on and the tsunami problem awhile back. Ohio River Valley: love the late spring, summer and early autumn! Hate my allergies! Despise the cold and tornados! Hate the heat bills! Lol!
cold-bird

Mount Sterling, KY

#87851 Mar 25, 2013
im flying south
Good morning

United States

#87852 Mar 25, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>I'm just sick of snow and wind and such. I need the 70's right now.

Hmmmm!! Snow, wind and such! The Ohio River Valley! I love the late spring, summer and early autumn! The cold, Tornados and allergies? Hate em!
Now I loved Hawaii!! Perfect weather! Just had the volcanoes and an occasional tsunami! No place is perfect, I guess!!
Oh, I'm getting rid of the Good Morning name and will start using Anne.
Btw, what's with not getting a post to show up on the thread? I've typed in a couple "long" posts only to have them just kinda disappear! I've been posting on topix several months and not had this happen so I'm puzzled.
Anne

United States

#87853 Mar 25, 2013
So! Look at that!' There's my first post AND the second post! I waited several minutes for that first one to show up before I started on the second one. Made a durn fool outta me!! Lol.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#87854 Mar 25, 2013
Anne wrote:
So! Look at that!' There's my first post AND the second post! I waited several minutes for that first one to show up before I started on the second one. Made a durn fool outta me!! Lol.
Well, Anne, I have them disappear as well. I usually get sidetracked or try to send without my name.Poof, gone. LOL. Mine aren't important anyway. Love that name; it's my middle one without that pretty little e at the end. I know all about the past months' power bills. Mine have been around $170 three months consecutively. Shew. Cannot wait for warmer weather;)
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87857 Mar 25, 2013
Anne wrote:
So! Look at that!' There's my first post AND the second post! I waited several minutes for that first one to show up before I started on the second one. Made a durn fool outta me!! Lol.
if i know im going to ramble... i open up a sticky note and type it out there then copy and paste in the response box..... because i too have noticed the "time out" thing on this site. but still some... and it seems like most that do this to me have links for something i saw and wanted to share..... just disappear in topixland.... my captchas disappear sometimes to but i think thats a mozilla issue....i close and reopen the recent tabs and the captcha is back
Anne

United States

#87858 Mar 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> Well, Anne, I have them disappear as well. I usually get sidetracked or try to send without my name.Poof, gone. LOL. Mine aren't important anyway. Love that name; it's my middle one without that pretty little e at the end. I know all about the past months' power bills. Mine have been around $170 three months consecutively. Shew. Cannot wait for warmer weather;)
Lol! The Anne is actually my middle name...without the "e" and its my g'daughters actual middle name. Lol! My g'son called me today and thanked me for the goodie box I sent them while at their dads--250 miles away...The big hit of the goodie box? Decorative duct tape!!! She makes purses and hair bows but I'm not sure what he will come up with ! Also sent a cake mix, icing with sprinkles, candles and balloons so they can have a nonbirthday party! Can't let them forget me while theyre gone! Lol.
Whew heating bills are a real bear this time of year unless you're like AW and heat with wood. As they say wood warms you twice ; when you cut it and then when you burn it! Lol
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#87859 Mar 25, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol! The Anne is actually my middle name...without the "e" and its my g'daughters actual middle name. Lol! My g'son called me today and thanked me for the goodie box I sent them while at their dads--250 miles away...The big hit of the goodie box? Decorative duct tape!!! She makes purses and hair bows but I'm not sure what he will come up with ! Also sent a cake mix, icing with sprinkles, candles and balloons so they can have a nonbirthday party! Can't let them forget me while theyre gone! Lol.
Whew heating bills are a real bear this time of year unless you're like AW and heat with wood. As they say wood warms you twice ; when you cut it and then when you burn it! Lol
That's sweet that the children enjoy such activities. I agree, about the wood stove. I don't breath so well anymore, but the warming up or exercise from cutting that wood and enjoying it afterward is so beneficial . And I bet your loved ones don't forget you;)
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#87860 Mar 25, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
if i know im going to ramble... i open up a sticky note and type it out there then copy and paste in the response box..... because i too have noticed the "time out" thing on this site. but still some... and it seems like most that do this to me have links for something i saw and wanted to share..... just disappear in topixland.... my captchas disappear sometimes to but i think thats a mozilla issue....i close and reopen the recent tabs and the captcha is back
I love Mozilla, but use Safari on my ipad. Mozilla and google are the best. Hehe. I bet that dinner got Hubby stretched out like a fat cat,huh;) I read about that dance you were referring to. Hehehe. That's a nice way to put a love relationship. Have a pleasant night. I have such a bad time of it here. Probably, be dragging tonight.
Anne

United States

#87861 Mar 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> That's sweet that the children enjoy such activities. I agree, about the wood stove. I don't breath so well anymore, but the warming up or exercise from cutting that wood and enjoying it afterward is so beneficial . And I bet your loved ones don't forget you;)
Wasnt it you helping with the math?(ugh, I hate homework I don't understand). It's hard to believe the math they do now is what I was doing in high school!! The thing is the teachers want the problems solved their way and that's not the way I was taught!!! Lol. G'nite, sweet dreams to all !
band aid

AOL

#87862 Mar 25, 2013
Footage of hundreds of armored trucks, reportedly purchased recently by the Department Of Homeland Security has appeared online, raising more questions over their intended use.

The video was uploaded to YouTube last week shows hundreds of military style trucks loaded on to a train, presumably in the process of being delivered domestically for law enforcement or military purposes.

As reported today, the DHS’ mass arms build-up continues, with the report that the agency has bought another 360,000 rounds of hollow point ammunition to add to the roughly 2 billion bullets already bought over the past year.

Such stark activity with little to no background detail has prompted several Congressmen to ask the federal government for an explanation. According to some elected representatives, the DHS has refused to answer specific questions on the purchases, stating only that the ammunition is for “training purposes” over the next five years, and has been bulk ordered to save money.

military experts have noted that hollow point bullets are unsuitable for training, and are much more expensive than full metal jackets.

Efforts by government media mouthpieces to dismiss the story have only caused it to become more viral.

The DHS has also purchased 7,000 fully automatic assault rifles, as well as cementing a $2 million dollar relationship with a contractor that recently had to apologize for producing shooting targets of pregnant women, children and elderly gun owners depicted in residential settings.

The DHS has also been busy buying large supplies of body armor, leading to shortages. Last year, the agency put out an urgent order for “riot gear” in anticipation of civil unrest. The agency has also ordered bullet-proof checkpoint booths and hired hundreds of new security guards to protect government buildings over the course of the last 12 months. None of this has been addressed by the mainstream media.
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87863 Mar 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> I love Mozilla, but use Safari on my ipad. Mozilla and google are the best. Hehe. I bet that dinner got Hubby stretched out like a fat cat,huh;) I read about that dance you were referring to. Hehehe. That's a nice way to put a love relationship. Have a pleasant night. I have such a bad time of it here. Probably, be dragging tonight.
he works third shift so no stretching like a fat cat for him tonight and to make it even better.... there is still white on the ground and im nervous about the roads getting slick as the temp drops since they stayed wet today...so i got to shove him out the door an hour early...lmao

i love him everyday but i cant say the same for liking him and it seems today we were dancing with four left feet or maybe its just his time of the month idk. i asked him if he wanted a hit off my advair...again not amused...said i was picking on him...... i will give him that i suppose. i have been known to be a picker.lol

oh well... i will get a good nights sleep and he will be freezing his hiney off at work all night and come in the morning wanting to snuggle and then we will like each other again :) not a single argument we have ever had couldn't be resolved by an eight hour break from each others company.

my real fat cats are very stretched out and sleeping sound from the leftovers.......
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#87864 Mar 25, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
he works third shift so no stretching like a fat cat for him tonight and to make it even better.... there is still white on the ground and im nervous about the roads getting slick as the temp drops since they stayed wet today...so i got to shove him out the door an hour early...lmao
i love him everyday but i cant say the same for liking him and it seems today we were dancing with four left feet or maybe its just his time of the month idk. i asked him if he wanted a hit off my advair...again not amused...said i was picking on him...... i will give him that i suppose. i have been known to be a picker.lol
oh well... i will get a good nights sleep and he will be freezing his hiney off at work all night and come in the morning wanting to snuggle and then we will like each other again :) not a single argument we have ever had couldn't be resolved by an eight hour break from each others company.
my real fat cats are very stretched out and sleeping sound from the leftovers.......
We stocked up on the primatene mist inhalers when they were taken off the shelf. I have one left here at home minus the mouthpiece. Partner stopped using advair. Seemed to be having an effect on the performance ahem. Well, a month or so after he went cold turkey and went back to primatene voila. No problem. Unfortunately, it was pulled from the shelf- an aerosol product that depletes the ozone- but it was affordable and easily accessible. Take care. Lights out for me. hehehe...
Ancient Wolf

Versailles, KY

#87865 Mar 26, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol! The Anne is actually my middle name...without the "e" and its my g'daughters actual middle name. Lol! My g'son called me today and thanked me for the goodie box I sent them while at their dads--250 miles away...The big hit of the goodie box? Decorative duct tape!!! She makes purses and hair bows but I'm not sure what he will come up with ! Also sent a cake mix, icing with sprinkles, candles and balloons so they can have a nonbirthday party! Can't let them forget me while theyre gone! Lol.
Whew heating bills are a real bear this time of year unless you're like AW and heat with wood. As they say wood warms you twice ; when you cut it and then when you burn it! Lol
I don't heat totally with wood. When I came back to my Dad's old homestead (built in 1940s), I tore out the low ceilings (with my heighth and hat) of the kitchen and living room and the back entrance room. I made it into just one big room containing a country kitchen/den/entrance foyer and covered the apex (that once was the attic) with tongue and groove oak planking. That is the only area that I heat with wood. The bedrooms, laundry room, and large walk-in closet/storage room has electric heat and it is also expensive. So I only heat that area at night. Actually, wood warms you 3 times. Cutting, then splitting and stacking, and then burning.
Ancient Wolf

Versailles, KY

#87866 Mar 26, 2013
Good morning wrote:
<quoted text>
Heeheehee.... Reminds me of my stay at home mom--after her kids flew the coop--she'd hear my dad pull in the long gravel driveway, get up from laying on the couch, put the dinner plates and silverware on the table and be peeling potatoes by the time dad got in the door. "Supper will be ready in just a few minutes!" He had NO idea she had spent the last hour on the couch!! Haha! She never let him catch her on the couch!( uh, in all fairness to her, she did have health problems!)
Men can have their "ways" to without actually telling lies. Since my career involved managing a 24/7 operation and I commuted long distances to work, I would quite often stay in the city for the start of the 2nd shift. Rather than stay at the office, I would go to a couple of local places and hang out and keep "calling in" to insure things were going well.

The first place was a PUB type place and the 2nd was a Country-Western bar where I liked to go to shoot pool just to relax and forget about work for a while and wait for the traffic to die down before commuting home. The wife liked the PUb and even went there sometimes, but she did not like for me to go to the country bar and shoot pool. So when I got home, if she asked where I had been then I would say "I went by the PUB". Sure I did, I went right on by the PUB on my way to shoot pool. LOL If she wanted to assume that I had stopped at the PUB, who am I to discourage her assumption? hahaha

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