Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81704 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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John Doe

Chesterfield, MO

#94206 Nov 21, 2013
Maybe they read comments on topix and laughed themselves to death.....
Anne

United States

#94207 Nov 21, 2013
John Doe wrote:
Maybe they read comments on topix and laughed themselves to death.....
You sure you ain't Richard? Huh?
Granny

Johnson City, TN

#94208 Nov 21, 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.
By that logic, Saudia-Arabia should have collapsed into the Pershing Gulf by now. If an asteroid can wipe out the entire Cretatious Period, then it is vain to think that we little ants can do more harm than that.

Unless you want to go back to the dark ages or de-populate the Earth (like Meathead on "All In The Family"), then put your comedic talent to better use.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94209 Nov 22, 2013
I wanted to beat Wolf for the early bird posting contest. It's 4:12.a.m
Hope dog holds it long enough for me to hit the post button
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94210 Nov 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
I wanted to beat Wolf for the early bird posting contest. It's 4:12.a.m
Hope dog holds it long enough for me to hit the post button
Well you won on the posting, but not on the reading or the dog going out. I was on reading earlier at 2:42 am when my dog went to the tree and now I am back again with the other dog needing the tree. I am dog sitting. It does not pay much but it is more than I had. LOL
what now

Fairfax, VA

#94211 Nov 22, 2013
Thanks all! You're awesome! Cider and hot tea weather! Grew mint tea this year. Stay warm!
Imposter

Hazard, KY

#94212 Nov 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
Well Anne, I did hear from a friend of a friend's hairdressers third cousin twice removed a little bit of information about Imposter and a blow-up doll. Not to spread tales or anything.
Plasticology ---(LLC)TM R (all rights reserved)- hasn't yet invented a strong enough fabric for old Imposter my dear. I contacted them years ago in reference to as much actually. They keep sending me ....testing material, and I send them back... all to pieces. A whole team is investigation why the mouths turn from O to ).
Bazzaaawww!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#94214 Nov 22, 2013
Gentleman Jack twice mellowed whiskey is fabulous in the eggnog. Does anybody know if Captain Morgan's private stock would be good with it? I figured, the aged vanilla flavor- much like in root beer- would make the eggnog sickenly sweet. Any new ideas. Defintely need to make a trip to the trusty liquor store.Lol.
Happy Holidays;)
Imposter

Hazard, KY

#94216 Nov 22, 2013
What does a hillbilly say right before an injury?
"Watch this."
Imposter

Hazard, KY

#94217 Nov 22, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
Gentleman Jack twice mellowed whiskey is fabulous in the eggnog. Does anybody know if Captain Morgan's private stock would be good with it? I figured, the aged vanilla flavor- much like in root beer- would make the eggnog sickenly sweet. Any new ideas. Defintely need to make a trip to the trusty liquor store.Lol.
Happy Holidays;)
I always go with the old tried and true Captain Morgan spiced. Never tried that private sock, but I like the commercial.
If it really made you be able to get all sloppy drunk on rum and then pack a woman off on your shoulder like that, swinging down ropes, jumping over barrels and stuff... I'd drink it every day!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94218 Nov 22, 2013
Today, I have been revisiting the same events that kept me glued to the televison 50 years ago and after 3 months of deliberation over "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For YOU"; my life changed forever.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94219 Nov 22, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>Plasticology ---(LLC)TM R (all rights reserved)- hasn't yet invented a strong enough fabric for old Imposter my dear. I contacted them years ago in reference to as much actually. They keep sending me ....testing material, and I send them back... all to pieces. A whole team is investigation why the mouths turn from O to ).
Bazzaaawww!
I'm thinking one of those 1980 German Swim team women could stand the test

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94220 Nov 22, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Today, I have been revisiting the same events that kept me glued to the televison 50 years ago and after 3 months of deliberation over "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For YOU"; my life changed forever.
A charismatic President---
I think he was very instrumental in reaching the young voter that had felt unheard in the past.
kevin

Louisa, KY

#94221 Nov 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
Well Anne, I did hear from a friend of a friend's hairdressers third cousin twice removed a little bit of information about Imposter and a blow-up doll. Not to spread tales or anything.
They're not as good as the real thing, but they do have that surprised look on their faces.
Tollesboro Guy

Versailles, KY

#94222 Nov 22, 2013
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
A hillbilly went hunting one day, in West Virginia, and bagged three ducks. He put them in the bed of his pickup truck and was about to drive home where he was confronted by an ornery game warden who didn’t like hillbillies. The game warden ordered the hillbilly to show his hunting license, and the hillbilly pulled out a valid West Virginia hunting license.
The game warden looked at the license, then reached over and picked up one of the ducks, sniffed its butt, and said,“This duck ain’t from West Virginia.! This is a Kentucky duck! You got a Kentucky huntin’ license, boy?”
The hillbilly reached into his wallet and produced a Kentucky hunting license.
The game warden looked at it, then reached over and grabbed the second duck, sniffed its butt, and said,“This ain’t no Kentucky duck! This here duck’s from Tennessee! You got a Tennessee license?”
The hillbilly reached into his wallet and produced an Tennessee license.
The warden then reached over and picked up the third duck, sniffed its butt, and said, "This here ain’t no Tennessee duck! This here duck’s from Virginia! You got a Virginia. huntin’ license?”
Again, the hillbilly reached into his wallet and brought out a Virginia. hunting license.
The game warden was extremely frustrated, at this point, and he yelled at the hillbilly,“Just where the hell are you from, boy?!
“The hillbilly turned around, bent over, dropped his pants, and said,“You tell me, asshole, you’re the expert!!”
Weird,I thought that was going to funnier, it was a great setup.I know it is only a joke but maybe I am missing something...:-)
Solver

Johnson City, TN

#94226 Nov 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
A charismatic President---
I think he was very instrumental in reaching the young voter that had felt unheard in the past.
Now we have a record number of people asking/demanding what their country can/better do for them.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#94227 Nov 23, 2013
One more thing about music,(no,..two) I can't handle rap or zydico!! But "back in the days" I guess I played in most of the joints/clubs in Memphis with anything from Hank Williams to Little Richard. But not so long ago I accidentally stumbled on American Indian Relaxation/Peaceful music. I'll tell ya, the sound of their pan flutes and mystic background music/voices is so very LAID-BACK! I've got about 20 of their sounds saved on my favorites list on this thing......just click and lay back. Hey Anne, you'd like this while stretched out in your back yard at night with the galaxy overhead.
Dexter

Johnson City, TN

#94228 Nov 23, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>If one considers God atemporal then the question becomes: is he merely aware of what has, is and will happen or a determining factor in such? Was Earth set in motion and left to spin out on its own, or does it need another spin every so often?
If free will is our downfall? Why do we have it? He had to know some would chose to fall, chose to kill, steal, inflict suffering on others. Why?
The man with leukemia lived a near perfect life, helped others, loved his neighbor, worked hard, why was he struck down at 40 unwed and childless?
The point of considering these things is indeed poot.
It hurts my head to think about things like that too much Nanny.
The sun is out, the birds still hanging around are chirping, I think I'll go hiking this evening.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =PLiMy4NaSKcXX
I know it's hard to dee the good die young while the worthless seem to out live everyone,(especially the town drunk. I lost a good freind to lung cancer in his 30's. It cut me to my soul. Meanwhile the most corrupt and crooked carpet-baggers live to be 80 years old. The bible tells ud that God Maketh the rain to fall EQUALLY both on the heads of the good AND the evil.

Today, it seems that the rains of misfoutune fall only upon the heads of the good, while the evil bask in the sunshine continually.

One possible answer is that we may be angels being tested after Lucifer's origional sin against God. What that sin was remains a mystery.

However, we are left asking, "Where does the rain actually fall.

As you can tell, I'm struggling to hang onto any faith at all.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#94229 Nov 23, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
One more thing about music,(no,..two) I can't handle rap or zydico!! But "back in the days" I guess I played in most of the joints/clubs in Memphis with anything from Hank Williams to Little Richard. But not so long ago I accidentally stumbled on American Indian Relaxation/Peaceful music. I'll tell ya, the sound of their pan flutes and mystic background music/voices is so very LAID-BACK! I've got about 20 of their sounds saved on my favorites list on this thing......just click and lay back. Hey Anne, you'd like this while stretched out in your back yard at night with the galaxy overhead.
The beautiful haunting sounds of the pan flute...a person could just float away with that! I think Id turn the volume to where I could barely hear it, as if the sound were coming to me from another camp, snuggle into the blankets under millions of stars or under a bright moon illuminating the hillside and water.
It would be wonderful to be able play music like you. I can play two things: the radio and my nose- I can either pick it or blow it.
Good Morning everyone
Anne

United States

#94230 Nov 23, 2013
You're so right , Mississippi Man, about 2 things. Rap music?:-(
And the Indian relaxation pan flute music.:-)
In my mind I can hear the pan flute wafting through the mountains. How pleasant!

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