Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81774 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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#92207 Aug 30, 2013
Anne wrote:
The mimosa trees are really pretty and it would be nice to have a couple in the yard. We had them in in Louisiana and I really liked them.
I lived in Louisiana for many years. Nothing prettier than trees in the swamp basin. lol
sweettalkinguy

Milford, MA

#92208 Aug 30, 2013
A lot of strange things going on these days, fortunately its football season though!
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Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#92209 Aug 30, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>Don't look up in those baccer barns if you can help it. One drop of that baccer juice in your eye will sting the rest of the day!
And be careful on those rails if you get up on them Blue. They'll be slick with juice, its been pretty hot.
Have a good night skywatching if that is what you're doing, it sure is a good night for it. I reckon mars is pretty bright this time of year.
I know what you mean about stuff gettin in my eyes! It seems if I'm doing anything other than spiking there's always something gettin in my eyes.



Sometimes even spiking flips dirt, water or something
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#92210 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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My favorite is a magnolia tree.
They are good looking trees, bloomed out or not.
That made me think of the scenery in middle Georgia. Those and that old man's beard moss or whatever it is that hangs from the trees down there. I got a handful of that moss on the way back from Florida one year and threw it up in an old hoary creek-willow that dad planted on my little plot of rock farm here in Ky. It grew the rest of the summer but froze out that winter.
You know I have a nice rock farm going here, quite a few have already sprouted. I just cant get the darn things to grow.
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#92211 Aug 30, 2013
Anne wrote:
The mimosa trees are really pretty and it would be nice to have a couple in the yard. We had them in in Louisiana and I really liked them.
They do real good here in eastern Ky. The older folks call them silk trees. I like the way the flowers look all warm and fuzzy.
I always liked warm and fuzzy things. Bwaaaahahaha

I slipped one in on you that time girly.

Since: Jun 12

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#92212 Aug 30, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>They are good looking trees, bloomed out or not.
That made me think of the scenery in middle Georgia. Those and that old man's beard moss or whatever it is that hangs from the trees down there. I got a handful of that moss on the way back from Florida one year and threw it up in an old hoary creek-willow that dad planted on my little plot of rock farm here in Ky. It grew the rest of the summer but froze out that winter.
You know I have a nice rock farm going here, quite a few have already sprouted. I just cant get the darn things to grow.
I was raised on an island, I've had my share of tropical landscape. I did buy a hibiscus this year. The moss is gorgeous. I think the prettiest cemeteries I ever saw were in New Orleans. Lots of old trees with moss and the above ground crypts
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#92213 Aug 30, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
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I know what you mean about stuff gettin in my eyes! It seems if I'm doing anything other than spiking there's always something gettin in my eyes.
Sometimes even spiking flips dirt, water or something
Blue that is some hard work and it can be quite dangerous if a man dont watch. I've seen a many a man get a spear in the hand sticking and more than a few fall off the rails in the barn.
Think about it, you start hanging sticks on the top rails and after it heats up good the sap starts to drop and where does it land? On the rails below. I have a lot of respect for a man that can work beside the mex and quite a bit of respect for the mex too.
Are there many Mexicans working the fields down your way?
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#92214 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I was raised on an island, I've had my share of tropical landscape. I did buy a hibiscus this year. The moss is gorgeous. I think the prettiest cemeteries I ever saw were in New Orleans. Lots of old trees with moss and the above ground crypts
Red hair, green eyes, raised up on the bayou probably running the beaches barefoot. What a woman!

The only time I ever went to Louisiana I had made a wrong turn. I turned around when I passed the welcome to Louisiana sign. Now I wish I had kept going, it sounds like a real nice place down in those parts.
Anne

United States

#92215 Aug 30, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>They do real good here in eastern Ky. The older folks call them silk trees. I like the way the flowers look all warm and fuzzy.
I always liked warm and fuzzy things. Bwaaaahahaha
I slipped one in on you that time girly.
(.)(.)
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#92216 Aug 30, 2013
Whoever put that spam on my post can keep it, to many nitrites in that junk for me. If I keep up this healthy living I'll be out on the town like a buck in rut before long.
This is dirty but heck I'm posting it anyway.
I used to ask the ladies; whats it going to be? We can either frack fight or wrestle or any combination of the three tonight, its all fun to me. Man oh man that was bad. hehehehe true colors keep shining through.
G'night gang.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92217 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I was raised on an island, I've had my share of tropical landscape. I did buy a hibiscus this year. The moss is gorgeous. I think the prettiest cemeteries I ever saw were in New Orleans. Lots of old trees with moss and the above ground crypts
There is a park in Savannah Georgia adjacent to the old town jail and the Spanish Moss (it is not really moss) grows on all the trees except the one they hung a woman on. I don't recall what her crime was though. On the opposite side of the park is the bench that Forest Gump sat on and behind that is the church or cathedral where the feather floated down in the final scene. That is supposed to be one of the most haunted cities and you can tour in a hearse. LOL

When Sherman marched through Georgia, he did not destroy Savannah but his troops tore up an old cemetary opening the crypts and staying in them out of the weather, knocked over and rearranged some of the stones. There is a midnight candle-light tour through that cemetary.
Anne

United States

#92218 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I was raised on an island, I've had my share of tropical landscape. I did buy a hibiscus this year. The moss is gorgeous. I think the prettiest cemeteries I ever saw were in New Orleans. Lots of old trees with moss and the above ground crypts
A tropical landscape would suit me just fine right now! I really enjoyed my trip to Hawaii a couple years ago and would love to return . Wishful thinking . Lol
You are right about those old cemeteries in New Orleans . Beautiful! all this is making me want to pack my suitcase and head out. Lol

Since: Jun 12

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#92219 Aug 30, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>Red hair, green eyes, raised up on the bayou probably running the beaches barefoot. What a woman!

The only time I ever went to Louisiana I had made a wrong turn. I turned around when I passed the welcome to Louisiana sign. Now I wish I had kept going, it sounds like a real nice place down in those parts.
It is beautiful and the culture and people are very interesting.

Since: Jun 12

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#92220 Aug 30, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>There is a park in Savannah Georgia adjacent to the old town jail and the Spanish Moss (it is not really moss) grows on all the trees except the one they hung a woman on. I don't recall what her crime was though. On the opposite side of the park is the bench that Forest Gump sat on and behind that is the church or cathedral where the feather floated down in the final scene. That is supposed to be one of the most haunted cities and you can tour in a hearse. LOL

When Sherman marched through Georgia, he did not destroy Savannah but his troops tore up an old cemetary opening the crypts and staying in them out of the weather, knocked over and rearranged some of the stones. There is a midnight candle-light tour through that cemetary.
That would be interesting. Savannah is on my list of places to visit. I've never been there

Since: Jun 12

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#92221 Aug 30, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>A tropical landscape would suit me just fine right now! I really enjoyed my trip to Hawaii a couple years ago and would love to return . Wishful thinking . Lol
You are right about those old cemeteries in New Orleans . Beautiful! all this is making me want to pack my suitcase and head out. Lol
Good idea. September has an R in it so we can get some crawfish. Pinching tails, sucking heads-- yum
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92222 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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It is beautiful and the culture and people are very interesting.
Especially, Marie Laveau LOL

Since: Jun 12

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#92223 Aug 30, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Especially, Marie Laveau LOL
And you know what happens if you stand her up at the alter.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92224 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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That would be interesting. Savannah is on my list of places to visit. I've never been there
Make your plans to go over St. Patrick's Day.. Guaranteed fun, it is a big Irish community. The river front street is paved with cobble stones that the sailing ships used for ballast when they came to America virtually empty, unloaded the stones, and went back to Europe with the cotton. You can also visit the old cotton market, and the slave market. It is the home of the founder of the Girl Scouts. Not far from there in Pooler Georgia is the Mighty Eighth Air Force museum. Jimy Stewart the actor flew with the 8th Air Force. Well worth the visit. I coupled a trip there with a trip on up to Charleston SC. to visit Fort Sumter and take a walking tour of Charleston also. It would be a toss up as to which city I like the best.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92225 Aug 30, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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And you know what happens if you stand her up at the alter.
it was not just the song, she really did exist as the 1890s VooDoo Priestess. I wonder if she had red hair and green eyes. LOL
Anne

United States

#92226 Aug 30, 2013
Oh, Miss E! These guys are really hitting you hard with that red hair and green eyes bit! Lol. My eldest has red hair and blue eyes...and a temper to match!!

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