Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81677 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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Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85622 Feb 9, 2013
I have been out all morning working in the wood stash only coming back in to warm up and visit the thread while warming even though I have never been all that cold. Now I will fix some lunch and get into recliner-tv time. Hope you folks have a great afternoon whatever you are in to.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#85623 Feb 9, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Miss the abundance of posts to read but it looks like our departed friend took a bunch with him.
With each passing day, I'm finding that more and more apparent. It's becoming quite clear just how many socks and different unregistered user I.D's he may have actually flown under on here.

Plus, some of the things that were continually being blamed on other people, were more than likely coming from his own keyboard as well... Those Topix "crimes" he was blaming on other people, have stopped completely on this thread now.
Funny that.

I took a peek into that "other" forum this morning and saw that 'someone' is till trying to pull themselves off as Mr Farter.
(Failing miserably, but still up to it).

Common sense tells me that this is no doubt someone from within his immediate family or one of his real life friends who're trying to do some localized damage control.
My feathers would be ruffled too.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#85624 Feb 9, 2013
Hey, Blueminer, I found something today that might help you with your current situation. This is so true:

*The past is where you learned the lesson.
*The future is where you apply the lesson.
*Don't give up in the middle.

Think about it that way next time you don't know exactly what you should do.

Best wishes,
_-_Nope_-_
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#85625 Feb 9, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
well I am done except Arthur wants me to wait awhile to mop. He is not happy with me doing the bending over chores and says they don't make vacumn cleaners for tall guys. I must agree with him and have been thinking of ways to lengthen the handle for him and to put some stilts on the bed. I guess I won't go shopping for any sleepwalkers like Lala. LOL I don't have to worry about her breaking my dishwasher either and that is another thing Arthur would like is for the kitchen sink to be raised about 8 inches. Arthur sure is a picky room mate. A real pain in the..........
haha..... hubby hates to vacuum cause its hurts his back. they do now make one for taller people, well not for but more suited for....
i came home a couple weeks ago to a kirby guy doing a demo for hubby... the main selling point was that it is now bright orange and its supposedly four inches longer than the original handle.
but i think before i put the kinda money they want into a vacuum, i will just vacuum myself and leave hubby out of it. good thing i came home too.... the salesman was not trying to sell me nearly as hard as hubby was and i think if i had been another ten minutes i would be trying to figure out how to return a kirby.
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#85626 Feb 9, 2013
just stopped in to say hello.....hope every one is enjoying this nice day.

im flying high and trailer park rich on my tax check...... be back and broke in a couple days :)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85627 Feb 9, 2013
@ALL you Ladies... I have been meaning to post and just forgot until I saw it again just now... You will be pleased to know that I have one hen that gets right up in the face of the two young roosters and fights back.... and WINS hahahaha
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#85630 Feb 9, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@ALL you Ladies... I have been meaning to post and just forgot until I saw it again just now... You will be pleased to know that I have one hen that gets right up in the face of the two young roosters and fights back.... and WINS hahahaha
A pictures worth a thousand words, but that sure is funny. My company is almost here I have to go...Appears those are young roosters. He he. Bet she'd had a bigger fight if they were two, wiser old bird. Hehe. You have a pleasant day & enjoy the weather. Boy, that's still funny.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85631 Feb 9, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> A pictures worth a thousand words, but that sure is funny. My company is almost here I have to go...Appears those are young roosters. He he. Bet she'd had a bigger fight if they were two, wiser old bird. Hehe. You have a pleasant day & enjoy the weather. Boy, that's still funny.
Well, she is partial to Big Chief Fat Feather and wants no part of the two young whipper snappers. LOL Big Chief does not even bother to chase them away because he knows she is quite capable of fighting her own battles. I guess he has seen her win more times than I have. LOL I think it is funny too.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#85632 Feb 9, 2013
betty wrote:
just stopped in to say hello.....hope every one is enjoying this nice day.
im flying high and trailer park rich on my tax check...... be back and broke in a couple days :)
Way to GO, "Betty"!! ROFLMBO!!

I'm not even close to being "trailer park rich" from mine, but I've got enough to redecorate the two rooms in the house that I've had my 'eyeball' on this winter, hehe! A new coat of paint on the walls with some new curtains and bed spreads in each one, YAY!! A small mini makeover with a bit of extra pocket change left over to splurge on some new spring flower bulbs to put outside in a few weeks! Spring and summer flowers outside make for some pretty arrangements inside. Perennial bulbs, of course, hehe. I want my moneys worth.

I might get some more Peonies. Those blooms smell SO heavenly floated in a bowl of water in the house.. I have a few white and pink Peony bushes planted here and there already but I've seen some deep red/burgundy ones in a few flower magazines that I'd love to have..
(Nope might be an old seasoned biker broad, but she still likes for things to be pretty and feminine, hehe).

Wish we could grow Gardenias here. I adore them.

Glad you're having a blast, Betty! Tell us all about your adventures when you get finished having fun! Just where ARE you anyway?? LOL!! Are you sitting somewhere at a slot machine with an umbrella drink? Sitting on a beach somewhere with an umbrella drink? In a cabin somewhere with a hot drink and the fireplace blazing??

DO TELL! Sometimes I live vicariously through you all on here, ROFLMBO!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#85633 Feb 9, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@ALL you Ladies... I have been meaning to post and just forgot until I saw it again just now... You will be pleased to know that I have one hen that gets right up in the face of the two young roosters and fights back.... and WINS hahahaha
So much like humans sometimes. HAHA!!

Women who've "aged" have already gained wisdom.

We're like a finely aged wine. Men can shelve us and over look us in time, thinking that we're too old to be that tasty any more. But allow us to breathe for a few minutes and we can beat the socks off that young stuff.

:)

“It was only just a song”

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#85634 Feb 9, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Good mornin Friends. I read the posts from People wishing me well in some of the situations I am currently in.. I would like to say Thank You.
I have freed myself of one of them. Another seems intent on keeping me tore up for a while.
"She" has been quite a mess in my life. It was my bad decision to get involved. I came to my senses a few monthes ago and tried to end the situation. It's a difficult thing to do. I still have my weaknesses. She knows how to play on them. A lonesome 51 y/o man whose mind and body still work like they did when he was in his 20's can become quite painfully entangled with a 30 y/o woman.
My intent has always been to help her out of the totally messed up life she leads. I was convinced that's what she wanted.. Now it's clear she intends to continue down the same old path. While I am going the opposite direction, she takes a little piece of my heart with her.
I do bless you , as I also , let someone in my heart who walked away with it. I dont think , I will ever let go of that , but maybe with God's help it will get easier.. I was so fooled.. But doing what is right is sometimes really hard.. Good Day...Maybe she really cared for you , and you were not being used as you thought.:}
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#85635 Feb 9, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Way to GO, "Betty"!! ROFLMBO!!
I'm not even close to being "trailer park rich" from mine, but I've got enough to redecorate the two rooms in the house that I've had my 'eyeball' on this winter, hehe! A new coat of paint on the walls with some new curtains and bed spreads in each one, YAY!! A small mini makeover with a bit of extra pocket change left over to splurge on some new spring flower bulbs to put outside in a few weeks! Spring and summer flowers outside make for some pretty arrangements inside. Perennial bulbs, of course, hehe. I want my moneys worth.
I might get some more Peonies. Those blooms smell SO heavenly floated in a bowl of water in the house.. I have a few white and pink Peony bushes planted here and there already but I've seen some deep red/burgundy ones in a few flower magazines that I'd love to have..
(Nope might be an old seasoned biker broad, but she still likes for things to be pretty and feminine, hehe).
Wish we could grow Gardenias here. I adore them.
Glad you're having a blast, Betty! Tell us all about your adventures when you get finished having fun! Just where ARE you anyway?? LOL!! Are you sitting somewhere at a slot machine with an umbrella drink? Sitting on a beach somewhere with an umbrella drink? In a cabin somewhere with a hot drink and the fireplace blazing??
DO TELL! Sometimes I live vicariously through you all on here, ROFLMBO!
we are in hardin county.

i wish i had got enough for margaritas and gambleing :) we just got enough to blow at the super market and a few other stores and take a mini vacation to gatlinburg.

just got back from evil walmart and price less.
my big steal today was a 30 pack of charmin double rolls for 9 dollars and a pound of strawberries for 1.34 at price less and pork tenderloin for 1.99 a pound at walmart that i ad matched down from 2.79 a pound.

now im headed to kroger..... they mark down all the stuff going to expire starting at two. and i have coupons for rotel that already on sale for .49 cents.... the best kind of food is free food.:)

plus they have a foe magic bullet for 14.61 im looking into.....i do love a good smoothie.

guess i shoulda kept my mouth shut and just went with the casino .......but its nice to know there is somebody out the in this world who still thinks i could be making money right now instead of spending it.......
be back in a awhile....just a little broker
True

Russellville, KY

#85636 Feb 9, 2013
Love stinks sometimes...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85637 Feb 9, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
So much like humans sometimes. HAHA!!
Women who've "aged" have already gained wisdom.
We're like a finely aged wine. Men can shelve us and over look us in time, thinking that we're too old to be that tasty any more. But allow us to breathe for a few minutes and we can beat the socks off that young stuff.
:)
It is a family feud. The Rhode Island Red hen is partial to Big Chief Fat Feather because he is a solid white Plymouth Rock and not related. The 2 young roosters that she beats up on could be her brothers LOL I guess she is just not interested in an incestous relationship. hehehe

I had ordered some RIR sex-linked chicks for pullets only, but they shipped 2 extras that turned out to be roosters. Big Chief is the only named chicken and is the only chicken I have that was raised here as a baby chick and survived and this is the only home he has ever known and as long as we both live, he won't be leaving here. His mama and grandmama got eaten by varmits which won't be eating anymore. Other varmits might, but they won't.
Waiyusotan

Lexington, KY

#85638 Feb 9, 2013
unspoken heart wrote:
<quoted text>I do bless you , as I also , let someone in my heart who walked away with it. I dont think , I will ever let go of that , but maybe with God's help it will get easier.. I was so fooled.. But doing what is right is sometimes really hard.. Good Day...Maybe she really cared for you , and you were not being used as you thought.:}
Move on with your life lad.
Tollesboro Guy

Grayson, KY

#85639 Feb 9, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Hope everyone gets out and enjoys the day. Miss the abundance of posts to read but it looks like our departed friend took a bunch with him. Anyway, I am out of here for the day. UK plays at 4:00 and I need to get my running around done, pick up some snacks and head to my sisters for UK Madness.:)
They actually had a 7.0 a few minutes ago. The west coast, Alaska and Europe is really blinking on the map full of earthtquakes.
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php
Strong 6.9 earthquake strikes Colombia; no damage reported
USGS via EPA
An intensity map shows the location of a strong 7-magnitude earthquake that struck southwestern Colombia.
By Andrew Mach, Staff Writer, NBC News
A strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake jolted southwestern Colombia on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The quake, centered 6 miles southwest of Pasto, was 80.5 miles deep and was felt in Quito, Ecuador 123 miles away.
There were no immediate reports of damage, the Associated Press reported, but USGS Geophysicist John Bellini said when earthquakes are this deep, the potential for significant damage is diminished.
USGS originally reported the tremor, which happened at 9:16 a.m. ET, as a 7.0 magnitude earthquake.
http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/09...
Have a wonderful day, I will check in later tonight and see if anyone has posted. Enjoy our weather, we are lucky.
GO CATS!!!
Good game wasn't it? Best game Cauley-Stein ever had IMHO. And if they hadn't had so much foul trouble (plus the ejection) it might have been closer. I love my CAT's, I hope they continue to improve. They look a lot better now than they did at the start of the season! Nerlens surprised me today, no blocks until near the end!
Tollesboro Guy

Grayson, KY

#85640 Feb 9, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
So much like humans sometimes. HAHA!!
Women who've "aged" have already gained wisdom.
We're like a finely aged wine. Men can shelve us and over look us in time, thinking that we're too old to be that tasty any more. But allow us to breathe for a few minutes and we can beat the socks off that young stuff.
:)
Yes Nope, Older women are SO much better than young. They don't have a clue and many have not learned to ah, "enjoy themselves". My wife of 40 years gets better every year (Yes, I robbed the cradle) She was 15, I was 16. We grew together. She is now like a rare wine as far as I am concerned.
Suckface

Harrodsburg, KY

#85641 Feb 9, 2013
wow wrote:
Well if you go by the bible then it would mean the 7th seal has been broken and the end of times are near.If you by science there is a reasonable explaination for the birds dying.Myself I think there is something going on here that will end up being explained.I think it is strange how ever that dead birds in 3 states and dead fish being found on the shores.The crazy weather pattern,volcanic activity,earthquakes,tornados in the middle of winter.Makes you think.
Why is this still being talked about in this forum? It happened way more than a year ago and it has nothing to do with the Bible. Does everything that comes out of Harrodsburg have to come from the Bible? Some of you people are so dumb ... well, I give up!
snoopy

Macon, GA

#85642 Feb 9, 2013
Tollesboro Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes Nope, Older women are SO much better than young. They don't have a clue and many have not learned to ah, "enjoy themselves". My wife of 40 years gets better every year (Yes, I robbed the cradle) She was 15, I was 16. We grew together. She is now like a rare wine as far as I am concerned.
really you rocked the craddle well my wife'was 16 I was 26 we have been maried 16 year,s now an hope we are togeter 50"more year,s
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85643 Feb 10, 2013
Wow, no posts for the last 9 hours. I guess the people that stay up all night spinning locations and Ids are either sleeping or resting in peace.

My wife of 41 years robbed the cradle. I guess that is why I am still here and she isn't and I suppose I have always liked older women. My bottle of fine wine is empty.

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