Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81766 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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Since: Jun 12

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#91976 Aug 20, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
<quoted text>Or Egypt! There is something strange going on with that whole issue.
Conspiracy theory anyone?!
I agree. It feels like we are being set up.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91977 Aug 20, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
One of my favorite hymns was Where the Roses Never Fade.
I am going to a city,
Where the streets with gold are laid,
Where the tree of life is blooming,
And the roses never fade
Mine favorite is "In the Garden":
I come to the garden alone
While the dew is still on the roses
and the voice I hear
as I linger near
The SON of GOD is calling
and HE talks with me
and HE walks with me
and HE tells me I am his own
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91978 Aug 20, 2013
KentuckyLady wrote:
Good evening lovely people's. I hope all is well on the home fronts.
Give me the roses while I live
Trying to cheer me on
Useless the flowers that you give
After the soul is gone.
A song daddy and I sung years ago at our little country church. Sure do miss those days of childhood.
Blessings to you all. Don't forget ....blue moon tonight.
Then I assume you remember, "The Church in the Wildwood"

There's a little brown church in the wildwood
No lovelier place in the dale
No spot is so dear to my childhood
as the little brown church in the dale

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#91979 Aug 20, 2013
Don't know if this qualifies "Crying in the Chapel" by Elvis is my favorite gospel song.

Since: Jun 12

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#91980 Aug 20, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Then I assume you remember, "The Church in the Wildwood"

There's a little brown church in the wildwood
No lovelier place in the dale
No spot is so dear to my childhood
as the little brown church in the dale
Oh yes, I use to sing it with my granny. Oh come come come come come to the church in the wildwood
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91981 Aug 20, 2013
One song I find interesting in my grandmother's old paperback hymnal and copyrighted 1919 called "The Royal Telephone"... Central's never "busy", Always on the line; You may hear from heaven, Almost anytime.

(Iphone not required. lol)

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#91982 Aug 20, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
One song I find interesting in my grandmother's old paperback hymnal and copyrighted 1919 called "The Royal Telephone"... Central's never "busy", Always on the line; You may hear from heaven, Almost anytime.

(Iphone not required. lol)
lol. No voicemail either

Since: Jun 12

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#91983 Aug 20, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
One song I find interesting in my grandmother's old paperback hymnal and copyrighted 1919 called "The Royal Telephone"... Central's never "busy", Always on the line; You may hear from heaven, Almost anytime.

(Iphone not required. lol)
I guess the modern take on this sing would be "I'm texting Jesus"
Anne

United States

#91984 Aug 20, 2013
The old gospel song about " my sheep know my voice" , I don't remember the title or most of the words but every time my aunt and uncle visited our little church they sang that one song for us. Never anything else, just that one.

I also love " Peace in the Valley" and " in the Garden". When the grand kids were living with me, the three of us slept in the big bed and to get them to sleep I sang them every gospel song I could think of. "Come and Dine" "when we all get to Heaven" "What a Friend" and about a jillion others. Good memories

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#91985 Aug 20, 2013
Anne wrote:
The old gospel song about " my sheep know my voice" , I don't remember the title or most of the words but every time my aunt and uncle visited our little church they sang that one song for us. Never anything else, just that one.

I also love " Peace in the Valley" and " in the Garden". When the grand kids were living with me, the three of us slept in the big bed and to get them to sleep I sang them every gospel song I could think of. "Come and Dine" "when we all get to Heaven" "What a Friend" and about a jillion others. Good memories
I read a autobiography by a POW. He said to keep his sanity during his time as a hostage he sang every hymn he could think of over and over in his head.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91986 Aug 20, 2013
Anne wrote:
The old gospel song about " my sheep know my voice" , I don't remember the title or most of the words but every time my aunt and uncle visited our little church they sang that one song for us. Never anything else, just that one.
I also love " Peace in the Valley" and " in the Garden". When the grand kids were living with me, the three of us slept in the big bed and to get them to sleep I sang them every gospel song I could think of. "Come and Dine" "when we all get to Heaven" "What a Friend" and about a jillion others. Good memories
Many Years ago, I first heard "Peace in the Valley" done by Red Foley who was Pat Boone's father-in-law. His old version of that song can be found on Youtube. Later, Elvis did it too but my favorite Elvis version of a Gospel song was "How Great Thou Art".
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91987 Aug 20, 2013
I just looked it up and Peace in the Valley was a hit for Red Foley in 1951. So I suppose we were listening to it on granny's old hand crank Victrola that played 78s. Good Night folks I am off to go read.

Since: Jun 12

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#91988 Aug 20, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I just looked it up and Peace in the Valley was a hit for Red Foley in 1951. So I suppose we were listening to it on granny's old hand crank Victrola that played 78s. Good Night folks I am off to go read.
Night ---
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#91990 Aug 20, 2013
@ Anne, or anyone! You made mention of "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", oh, what a song indeed and it is my favorite. I had a version of it saved on my favorites list by Bro. Oswald on his dobro and some flat top player. The copyright people got wind of it floating around out there and discontinued it! IF ANYONE knows where I can find "this same" version, I sure would appreciate so very much of knowing of it.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91991 Aug 21, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
@ Anne, or anyone! You made mention of "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", oh, what a song indeed and it is my favorite. I had a version of it saved on my favorites list by Bro. Oswald on his dobro and some flat top player. The copyright people got wind of it floating around out there and discontinued it! IF ANYONE knows where I can find "this same" version, I sure would appreciate so very much of knowing of it.
After many years of lessons, that song and "Silent Night" were the only two songs I could play on a piano without it hurting your ears. LOL Now, old man Arthur Itis does not even want to hear those.
qwerty

Hillsboro, OH

#91992 Aug 21, 2013
If you're worried about your oatmeal, or that of a pop tart dear to you, try to do something about it during the next two weeks. Seek donuts if need be, or talk to captain crunch for some useful advice. If you want to lose your mind, give up a habit such as sleeping, or get more birds; this is a marvelous time to begin. Take it gently and don't expect overnight miracles.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#91993 Aug 21, 2013
Hope you all have a good day! It's going to be nice and warm!
Anne

United States

#91995 Aug 21, 2013
Well, the time had come to clean the chicken coop! I shoveled out the old straw, scrapped the top of the nesting box, raised the roosting bar, and put in a piece to keep them from roosting on top of the nesting box. Smells good in there and the little ladies seem to love it! I even bought more laying pellets as I had about 5 more scoops left! While i was working the ladies enjoyed their free range time! That's my bird story for the day!
Amber

Indianapolis, IN

#91996 Aug 21, 2013
Yea
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91997 Aug 21, 2013
For those who are weight conscientious and heart healthy, this is a perfect snack:
Leaves of Bibb lettuce ( hearty leaves), albacore tuna ( water packed), 1tbs. mayo., sea salt, cracked pepper. Substitute the leaves for bread. One can substitute shredded chicken for the tuna and add diced tomatoes and onions. Since Mr. Peri Stalsis has been unkind for years, I have bread has to be eaten sparingly. Lol.
It appears fall might come early. The birds have been few. The blue moon was a sight last night as well as the dark clouds hovering around it;)
Fair evening to All.

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