Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#80284 Dec 31, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>Fire 'em up Nope! lol I like to do some shooting around here pretty often to keep everybody thinking we're crazy so they will leave us alone. It seems to work! LOL
Right? If you keep 'em guessing, they're going to stay a bit leery of you. People tend to be nervous of other people if they can't figure out. Specially when you don't have any type of schedule that you keep or you aren't 'predictable' as to when you might be leaving your house, etc...

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#80285 Dec 31, 2012
Well, time to give the critters their afternoon snacks. Both inside and out. Then I might take a nice nap.

Take care everyone. I'll no doubt be back on later tonight.

_-_Nope_-_

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80286 Dec 31, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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OH NO no no no!!!!! I did NOT just read that!!!!!!!!!
<<<Covering eyes, deleting info from memory>>>
I've never heard that before!! Now I'll be compelled to check them for babies! Lord, help me. Don't they have a breeding season or something? Please say yes. I really don't want to raise any possums and I am SUCH a stray animal magnet already..... Why the good Lord always seems to send poor strays my way is a mystery, but it's the honest truth.
Strays come my way, too. Dogs, cats, a horse that I finally got reunited with its owner 2 months later, and a pot-bellied pig, that I successfully chased to a neighbor, who gave her a home. I think that these animals have a secret, underground communication system, with messages that state,"Go there. She has food and shelter. She will get you medical care when you need it. She will let you adopt her if you wag your tail, nicker, snort, or purr. Tweet if you are a bird that has lost its parents." I call this the Lost or Abandoned Animal Conspiracy.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80287 Dec 31, 2012
Now, back to nap time. I'm lazy today.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#80292 Dec 31, 2012
Oglala wrote:
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Did you know that corticosteroids can trigger a psychotic episode in sensitive individuals? It's called steroid psychosis. The first time I saw this was when a person who had severe pulmonary problems was given steroid injections in an attempt to save her life. She went from a perfectly normal person to a stark, raving mad lunatic. She began to physically attack medical staff, including the neurologist, who was hit over the head with her television remote device. Maybe chronic use of steroids contributed to Hitler's psych. problems.
Well being a hypochondriac in it's self is not a good thing. His fear of dentist caused a rotted out stinking mouth with painful tooth aches. He could see the rotted holes in his teeth but feared a dentist too much to go. He was one of his worst enemies in a way.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#80293 Dec 31, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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Already feeling the positive effects of quitting, and let me tell you, it's a SUCH nice feeling!! I even started sleeping better, which was a complete surprise! I'm sticking with it because these Ecigs have been even easier than taking Chantix was. And I tried Chantix twice. Those nightmares and other side effects were brutal... The Ecigs are a God send as far as I'm concerned..
I hear tell though that Uncle Sam is trying to shut them down. Saying that they are a "drug delivery" system. Two companies filed lawsuits in federal government not long ago and won, but I doubt it will be very long before they try to stop the use of Ecigs completely again.
Why would they want to stop these from being used, yet still allow tobacco products to be sold legally? Well, we all know the answer to that one already. Don't we....
I smoked a cigarette once, back in 1966, did not see the point so did not smoke another one even my dad smoked until he was in his fifties.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80295 Dec 31, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
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I smoked a cigarette once, back in 1966, did not see the point so did not smoke another one even my dad smoked until he was in his fifties.
I tried some mary jane twice and did not see the point to that and unlike Bill Clinton, I even inhaled LOL
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#80297 Dec 31, 2012
Here comes the sleet.........ugh

Hope everyone is warm and safe whatever they are doing.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#80304 Dec 31, 2012
AB, I just cut a rumbler, warm no bite though....haha, warm and safe....that is good. Have a wonderful night and Happiest of New Year!

If I was there I would keep you warm baby...thank you, that is sweet. I would let you if you were here. It sucks to be sick and by yourself on New Year's Eve. A first for me in my lifetime. I hope you have a Happy New Year.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#80305 Dec 31, 2012
For AW, lala, Hempburn and all dog lovers...this is too cute and the dog is adorable. A special New Year's Eve video. Enjoy

Dog moaning its way through 'Auld Lang Syne' doesn't want 2013 to come

Hoping for a rocking New Year's Eve party? Might want to cross Sierra the singing dog off your guest list. Here she is, moaning along to "Auld Lang Syne," with her buddy Cody chiming in from the sidelines. The musical canines belong to sax player Adam Yamada-Hanff and have appeared on Anderson Cooper's show. They're also the stars of Yamada-Hanff's SingingDogs.net website and have their own Singing DogsRock channel on YouTube. But while this Baltimore-based English shepherd may be a musical maestro, this time she just can't be bothered to sit up straight to ring in 2013. Here's hoping this isn't yet another sign of an impending apocalypse.[Source]

http://now.msn.com/sierra-the-singing-dog-moa...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80306 Dec 31, 2012
My dog said so much for that, it won't distract me from trying to steal your chocolate cupcake. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80308 Dec 31, 2012
Sitting here looking at a picture of a 1930 Cadillac 452A with a V-16 engine. Now that is a car. It is on my new calendar that I am waiting to put up. Bad luck to hang it early, I am told. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80310 Dec 31, 2012
I love looking through this old stuff and it is amazing what you can learn. I found an old dog-eared and yellowed "undeliverable" letter my great-granddaddy had written to some outfit in Chicago in 1894 wanting them to send him some medication for "piles". I never knew my great-granddaddy had hemmorhoids. LOL It had to be for Preparation-A or B. They surely had not made it up to "H" yet. LOL

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80311 Dec 31, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
For AW, lala, Hempburn and all dog lovers...this is too cute and the dog is adorable. A special New Year's Eve video. Enjoy
Dog moaning its way through 'Auld Lang Syne' doesn't want 2013 to come
Hoping for a rocking New Year's Eve party? Might want to cross Sierra the singing dog off your guest list. Here she is, moaning along to "Auld Lang Syne," with her buddy Cody chiming in from the sidelines. The musical canines belong to sax player Adam Yamada-Hanff and have appeared on Anderson Cooper's show. They're also the stars of Yamada-Hanff's SingingDogs.net website and have their own Singing DogsRock channel on YouTube. But while this Baltimore-based English shepherd may be a musical maestro, this time she just can't be bothered to sit up straight to ring in 2013. Here's hoping this isn't yet another sign of an impending apocalypse.[Source]
http://now.msn.com/sierra-the-singing-dog-moa...
Oh, Una, why must you be so fixated on your colo-rectal exhaust. We all have gas, but you are the only one I've met who can classify them according to type, loudness, and deadliest fumes. Happy New Year to you. Hope you have a good year coming up.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80312 Dec 31, 2012
So sorry, AB. I read Una's contribution to this evening's discussion, and pressed the "reply" button. I have no idea how my message was linked to your post LOLOLOL.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80313 Dec 31, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I tried some mary jane twice and did not see the point to that and unlike Bill Clinton, I even inhaled LOL
My oh my, AW. Never would have imagined you smoking weed LOL. I don't see any point to it either. I tried it a few times in college and all I got was the 'munchies'. Let me tell you something. The weed of our generation(I'm just 10 years younger than you), is definitely not like the weed today. It's way,way stronger. One of my "darling daughters" used to smoke it, among other things. She lost a joint in the house while visiting. I found it and told hubby that I was going to try it, just to see what it was like. He warned me not to, and with good reason. I smoked only 1/2 of that joint and I was blown away, partly because it was so strong, and that I did not have this for 40 years. Hubby got me laughing, and I could not stop. Right at that time, my accountant called me for my annual tax review. I could not stop laughing, didn't comprehend half of what he said, and generally made an azz of myself. That was a few years ago, and I will NEVER try that stuff again.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80314 Dec 31, 2012
Oglala wrote:
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My oh my, AW. Never would have imagined you smoking weed LOL. I don't see any point to it either. I tried it a few times in college and all I got was the 'munchies'. Let me tell you something. The weed of our generation(I'm just 10 years younger than you), is definitely not like the weed today. It's way,way stronger. One of my "darling daughters" used to smoke it, among other things. She lost a joint in the house while visiting. I found it and told hubby that I was going to try it, just to see what it was like. He warned me not to, and with good reason. I smoked only 1/2 of that joint and I was blown away, partly because it was so strong, and that I did not have this for 40 years. Hubby got me laughing, and I could not stop. Right at that time, my accountant called me for my annual tax review. I could not stop laughing, didn't comprehend half of what he said, and generally made an azz of myself. That was a few years ago, and I will NEVER try that stuff again.
I tried it a long time ago and it did nothing for me, I never even got the munchies. My friends were talking about how great it was, I did not see anything great about it. I have had more buzz from an old hand made cigar that PAP went down to the tobacco barn and rolled. He caught us trying to smoke and said "Come on boys, lets go get a real smoke". After I quit turning green, I was cured. LOL

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80315 Dec 31, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I tried it a long time ago and it did nothing for me, I never even got the munchies. My friends were talking about how great it was, I did not see anything great about it. I have had more buzz from an old hand made cigar that PAP went down to the tobacco barn and rolled. He caught us trying to smoke and said "Come on boys, lets go get a real smoke". After I quit turning green, I was cured. LOL
I wish that I had someone to teach me a lesson. Consequently, I smoked for many years until last spring, when I started using the electronic cigarette. What a wonderful thing that is to help smokers quit. It gives you the sensation of smoking a cigarette, but only vapor is inhaled, so there are no carcinogenic byproducts. You don't get the smoke that bothers other folks, and for once, my curtains and windows are cleaner without the cigarette smoke. Of course, being in the hospital so much last summer, I didn't have the opportunity to smoke, and I was too sick to sneak outside for a smoke. So my medical problems last spring and summer had a silver lining after all. That helped me quit.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80316 Dec 31, 2012
My ancestors were largely tobacco farmers on very small hill side farms. They lived all year long with cows, pigs, chickens, and the garden and had that one pay check a year when they sold the crop and settled up their accounts and started again.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80317 Dec 31, 2012
I am not waiting for the New Year to put up my calendar. LOL I have been waiting on an email from my fried that has been traveling to just get a report that they made it home safely. I now have it, so good night and Happy New Year.

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