Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81773 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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Imposter

London, KY

#92720 Sep 15, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text> Yep, that was a good one. I also liked the one with the old dude at the nursing home that decided that the way to stay young was to play "kick the can" and his grouchy old roommate would not join until it was too late to be a kid again.
I would jump on that can in a heartbeat. If I knew thirty years ago what I know now...you know.

Did you ever watch shock theater? The creature from the black lagoon kept me up at night for months back then. We had an old black and white tv with one of them old antennae, got three channels! We thought that was something.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#92721 Sep 15, 2013
My favorite is the two old men wondering if there is baseball in Heaven. Both agree first one to die comes back to tell the other. First guy dies goes to heaven comes back to friend
Good news ! There is baseball in Heaven
Bad News! You're pitching on Sunday
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92722 Sep 15, 2013
I have no desire to travel abroad. I have plenty to see and do right here in the USA. For that, I like to stay off the Interstates as much as possible and experience Americana and not all that asphalt, concrete, and steel.
Imposter

London, KY

#92723 Sep 15, 2013
Gotta go drop a word or three in the point pleasant drive in thread, if anyone is still up over there, then to the hey pile.
Busy day tomorrow, C U all in a day or two if the good Lord see's fit.
-Imposter
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92724 Sep 15, 2013
well my book is calling my name. Good Night All.
Anne

United States

#92725 Sep 15, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>I've never been out of the country I thought she meant that "awful tower" up in Paris ky. LOL That's as far as my dreams will carry me Anne. It would be nice to go though.
Did the French stink as bad as people say? I bet that talk was confusing---> Foooy misure Pay pee mouy wee wee where? <---... and all that, LOL it'd be nice to go there.
Paris KY. Paris France. Doesnt matter! I'm game! I'm one of those when someone says LETS GO I'm in the car tugging on my shoes and socks! My '05 car has 230,000 miles on it plus I've put 20,000 on another vehicle in the past year also. A road warrior . Lol.

How to ask directions to a particular town when you cannot speak their language and they can't speak yours: lay down a pencil and paper in front of them and then point to your destination on the road map. Shrug your shoulders and look pathetic.
Need a bathroom ?? Grab yourself and dance around. Heeheehee
Anne

United States

#92726 Sep 15, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
My favorite is the two old men wondering if there is baseball in Heaven. Both agree first one to die comes back to tell the other. First guy dies goes to heaven comes back to friend
Good news ! There is baseball in Heaven
Bad News! You're pitching on Sunday
That's a cute one! Lol

Hope you have a good sleep tonight ! I hit those two festivals this weekend and I'm glad I went but. Boy, am I'm whipped out!! G'nite!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#92728 Sep 15, 2013
Off to read Encounters of the Star People by Ardy Clarke.
@ Sorry to hear about your hens sometimes it's trial and error raising animals. Life, huh. That canoe ride on a misty morn sounds well worth what you paid.

My thoughts are of the Folks in Colorado tonight. 482 were still missing. Over 300 pets rescued as well as farm animals including the horses.Bless them that their lives be rebuilt soon and condolences to those who have lost their lives and livelihood. May relief come soon. Night to All.Off to my galaxy above Louisa. Lol.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92730 Sep 16, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Paris KY. Paris France. Doesnt matter! I'm game! I'm one of those when someone says LETS GO I'm in the car tugging on my shoes and socks! My '05 car has 230,000 miles on it plus I've put 20,000 on another vehicle in the past year also. A road warrior . Lol.
How to ask directions to a particular town when you cannot speak their language and they can't speak yours: lay down a pencil and paper in front of them and then point to your destination on the road map. Shrug your shoulders and look pathetic.
Need a bathroom ?? Grab yourself and dance around. Heeheehee
Traveling is not my cup of tea. I drove over 100 miles a day round trip to work for many years and now I am a homebody. I wore out many vehicles going to work and looking for fun. But now I go to the store, church, and sometimes out to dinner with my date and in all the places that I have been; there is none better than right here.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#92731 Sep 16, 2013
Well now, for the first time my youngest rooster has joined this morning's trio singing a high tenor. The middle aged guy sings bass and the old guy hobbles around with a sore foot only filling in on the back-up parts with the "Doo-wah Doo-wahs".

My hens just sit quietly thinking "Would you guys just shut the H E double toothpicks up, we are trying to sleep and all you guys have to do is play and try to jump our bones" LOL
Anne

United States

#92732 Sep 16, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I have no desire to travel abroad. I have plenty to see and do right here in the USA. For that, I like to stay off the Interstates as much as possible and experience Americana and not all that asphalt, concrete, and steel.
I'd love to drive the old Route 66. Well, as much as still possible! Chicago to Pasadena ? I was in, if memory serves me correctly, Kingman ,AZ during the yearly solar car race along that famous highway Those cars looked like manta rays with tiny wheels and most of them came up to my knees. I'm sure there's a list somewhere of special events and stops along that old highway! Now u need the right car for the trip...wishful thinking....

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#92733 Sep 16, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>I'd love to drive the old Route 66. Well, as much as still possible! Chicago to Pasadena ? I was in, if memory serves me correctly, Kingman ,AZ during the yearly solar car race along that famous highway Those cars looked like manta rays with tiny wheels and most of them came up to my knees. I'm sure there's a list somewhere of special events and stops along that old highway! Now u need the right car for the trip...wishful thinking....
I did that trip several years ago with a good friend. It was a blast. Stayed at the tee pee motel, the blue moon and ate at the diners. Drank lots of Root Beer as each place had its own homemade version claiming to be the best. Cadillac ranch and all the hokey Americana-- a must do trip
Anne

United States

#92734 Sep 16, 2013
AW, I will say this. Having to drive that far everyday to and then from work would absolutely wear a person out on driving . You are so right about there's no place like home! I enjoy being home with my books, my boat and my better half. Or how about; I enjoy being home with my chickens, my cats and my (grand)children!

Much to do today so Good Morning to All and I'm outta here!
Anne

United States

#92735 Sep 16, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
I did that trip several years ago with a good friend. It was a blast. Stayed at the tee pee motel, the blue moon and ate at the diners. Drank lots of Root Beer as each place had its own homemade version claiming to be the best. Cadillac ranch and all the hokey Americana-- a must do trip
That sounds wonderful...maybe someday I can do that
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#92737 Sep 16, 2013
On the front cover, My book pictures George Armstrong Custer with his former classmate and captured Confederate Prisoner James Washington.

It states that the Civil War was the beginning of the end for the Mounted Cavalry due to the advances with longer range and repeating rifles. It states that Custer was very flamboyant and even though his career was tainted by Little Big Horn (where the Sioux had finally obtained contraband left over Civil War weapons), Custer was very adept during the war and was the youngest person to ever be promoted to Brigadier General in the Union army.

And contrary to some of the old Westerns, the Cavalry charges fairly much faded into the sunset after the Little Big Horn debacle. Horses were still used to get to where they needed to be, but the mounted charge strategy just mainly faded away with the strategy to be to fight from a dismounted and protected position. Interesting stuff.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#92739 Sep 16, 2013
I don't expect that I will ever be "scammed" about gay insurance and I don't particularly care if the gays do get scammed, so that blogspot holds no interest for me. LOL

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#92740 Sep 16, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I don't expect that I will ever be "scammed" about gay insurance and I don't particularly care if the gays do get scammed, so that blogspot holds no interest for me. LOL
I'll probably just add an addendum or rider to my existing heterosexual insurance policy -- just in case.
I'd rather be over-insured then under protected .

Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#92741 Sep 16, 2013
Very strange...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#92742 Sep 16, 2013
8 days after the Union victory at Gettysburg and 7 days after the fall of Vicksburg, Mississippi.. The New York city laboring, immigrant class rioted over the Union draft that had just become effective.

This was spurred on by anti-Administration "Peace" Democrats (known as Copperheads) that opposed the war and the Adminstration specifically opposing the fact that the rich could "buy" their way out of military service by sending someone else or paying $300 to the Federal Government leaving the poor immigrants the brunt of the duty to free the slaves. They had no interest in getting killed so the blacks could take their jobs and income. It was just not their issue and they refused to go and rioted.

Many African-Americans were beaten and left for dead while others were hanged from lampposts. In all 120 people were killed and the Colored Orphan Asylum on 5th Avenue was burned.

The Copperheads opposition to the war was in that Lincoln had gone beyond his Constitutional Limitations in violating the writ of "Habeas Corpus" and limiting freedom of the press, of speech, of person, of mail, of travel, and of right to bear arms, and due process of law. hmmmmmm !!

Since: Jun 12

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#92743 Sep 16, 2013
AW --- I've often heard it said that Lincoln, upon meeting Harriet Beecher Stowe of Uncle Tom's Cabin
Said "so your the little lady that started this here civil war"
True or False

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