MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.
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#88302 Apr 5, 2013
Gorgeous day;) The birds covered the maple in my yard. I noticed a distinct difference in their chirps today. Happier, perhaps? Hehe. The frog are at it again. Hehehe. I seldom see as many frogs as I did in the '80s. Hope, all the bird threaders are doing well with no health or life complications. I've been using my mullein leaf, violet leaf and licorce root concoction. Fair health, living to All.
“Is who I am”
Since: Aug 08
#88304 Apr 5, 2013
Yes, it WAS a beautiful day. I worked all day, so I missed a lot of it. Been working the 6am to 3pm the last couple of weeks. Glad I will go back to my regular shift Sunday.
#88305 Apr 5, 2013
yes, me to.
#88306 Apr 5, 2013
Heard a lot of peepers this evening. I'm real close to the river
Since: Jun 12
#88307 Apr 5, 2013
Noisy peeping toms? That was me
#88308 Apr 5, 2013
I've walked along that river bank by the swimming pool and the courthouse. Never really heard them, but usually it's been the fall months that I walked down there;) Nice day though. I heard several mowers getting an early start on their lawns. Boy, I dread it. Lol. Not the work, the beat up mower. Cranky, no go. I remember, when growing up we'd use scythes to cut the hillsides. They were dependable; mowers and weed eaters just are not my forte. I can use them, not fix them.Lol
#88311 Apr 5, 2013
So that's YOUR lipstick on my window...
#88313 Apr 5, 2013
I'm a few miles South of there. They've been noisy.
#88314 Apr 5, 2013
some oversized post holes have been dug.
#88315 Apr 6, 2013
Well, the chemtrails are aplenty this morning. I've seen three or four different streams of crap. However, the sun is coming up and the birds are full force as well on a better note. I saw a male strutting around a female. Got my mile stroll over today. Going to enjoy this day. Hopefully, it won't rain.
“Is who I am”
Since: Aug 08
#88316 Apr 6, 2013
What a beautiful day! Will be going to the Flea Market later. It's just too nice to stay inside.
#88317 Apr 6, 2013
Good morning bird threaders. Happy Spring, I think it is finally here. I have been loving it. Hope you all have been out doing the same.
What's with all the gaps? Did the love birds get down and dirty? Get a room. Or was it Imposter? lol
Where's "Nope" and Hempburn been?
I guess you heard of the shooting at Knox. Wow, poor soldier comes home from Afghanistan, gets into heated argument in the HRC parking lot before pulling out a 45 and shooting his wife's boyfriend several times. What a mess.
I hope you all have a wonderful day.
Misty-eyed, I have seen them ripping in the sky for several days here chemspraying. Ruins a beautiful clear blue sky.
#88318 Apr 6, 2013
Chemtrails: Frightening Lesser-Known Facts
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
"In the last ten years, respiratory disease in the US has moved from 8th to 3rd highest cause of death. Asthma rates have more than doubled in the western world and Alzheimer's' disease, a condition that is caused by aluminum poisoning, has also skyrocketed. "
If we don't organize to stop this scourge, we deserve what we get.
There has been an increasing awareness of chemtrails in recent years. Protests have been organized, movies have been released and whistle blowers have come forward. Most significantly, former Los Angeles FBI chief Ted Gunderson made a video denouncing chemtrails shortly before his death in 2011.
The heavy spraying began in NATO countries in the late 90s, but today chemtrails are being recorded pretty much everywhere, from Russia to Brazil, South Korea to Cuba. This is a program of extraordinary scope and importance. However, while we know a chemtrail program exists, there is very little hard information on how it functions and what its goals are.
I have been researching chemtrails and, while I don't yet have the full picture, I present this information will plug a few holes.
Most politicians are as oblivious as we are. AC Griffin, a former CIA and NSA operative, says:'The monies that go into CIA projects don't necessarily come from congressional appropriations. The congress as a whole is completely oblivious to the aerosol program. They are afraid to ask.'
People on the inside who oppose the program are punished.'One of the key people who designed the aerosol is now sitting in federal penitentiary. They still go to him to ask him questions.'
Griffin also revealed that former Clinton era Navy Chief of Naval Operations, Jeremy Boorda, left, was murdered because he opposed the program. Boorda was found dead in 1996 with three shotgun wounds in his chest. The authorities were quick to claim he committed suicide, and the autopsy results were never released to the public.
Commercial airliners are involved in spraying. In the very beginning, the aerosols were sprayed solely by military planes, but now the program has been expanded and commercial airliners have been outfitted with aerosol units controlled by computers and satellites. Photos provide evidence of this, like this Lufthansa jet flying over the US (below,left).
In the airline industry, the operation is known as Project Cloverfield. In 2000, a high level executive at an American airline revealed his office was visited by two men from an unnamed government agency:
'They told us that the government was going to pay our airline, along with others, to release special chemicals from commercial aircraft. When asked what the chemicals were and why we were going to spray them, they told us that information was given on a need-to-know basis and we weren't cleared for it...We were made to sign non-disclosure forms that basically stated that we would go to prison if we told anyone what we knew.'
Delivery by commercial aircraft raises the possibility that many countries have not given consent to being sprayed, and may be unaware it's even happening.
Weather manipulation is a daily occurrence - Chemtrails are used in conjunction with HAARP for geo-engineering (the technical term for weather control). Much is written about the ability to create disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis against an enemy, but we don't realize that weather patterns are manipulated all the time. Scott Stevens was a TV weatherman in the US but quit his job upon realizing that this was happening on a nigh daily basis.
Long article but very interesting.
#88319 Apr 6, 2013
Rare twin horses born on Easter defy odds
A Tifton, Georgia, woman woke up to a big surprise Easter morning when her pregnant horse gave birth twice.
Lori Tucker's horse delivered not one, but two fillies: An extremely rare occurrence for horses, and what's even more astonishing is they're both healthy.
Only about one in 10,000 horses have twins, and even fewer survive birth. But on Easter morning Lori Tucker was awoken by a phone call.
"My neighbor called and told me we had twins. I was actually asleep, and I was so shocked," Tucker said.
She jumped out of bed and ran outside in her pajamas. Once outside, she couldn't believe what she saw.
"To come out, the sun was up and they were running around and nursing with mama. And the neighbors were so excited...it was just...It was just the most amazing feeling, like I didn't give birth, but I felt like they were mine," she said.
Tucker has read about twin horses online, and knows how rare they are. So she's been keeping a close eye on the two, and is making sure Betty Girl, the mom, is taking to motherhood.
"I don't know if she's got enough milk yet, but we're gonna try to bucket feed them. But they're nursing really good. She's a great mama. She has really taken care of them. So I hope they just make it past these critical weeks," said Tucker.
She said the first few weeks are very important for the horses' development. The smaller horse, which Tucker calls "the baby," has taken to bucket feeding, which is a good sign for the timid little one.
Just a couple of days after the horses were born, Tucker said they already have different personalities.
"The older one, I could tell from birth when I came out was a little more curious than the other one. She was sniffing around, seeing who I was. The little miniature one, she was kind of shy. Standoff-ish," she said.
Tucker says the twins were born only about 20-minutes apart. She hasn't named the horses yet, but says she's trying to come up with some good Easter names. In the meantime, the twins will have to get lots of rest as they continue to grow.
#88320 Apr 6, 2013
Deer fight looks like a cat fight you'll see what we mean
What's a young buck to do when he's peeved off but has no antlers or serious weaponry yet to make his point? Slap fight of course! Looking more like a couple of cheerleaders hashing it out post-game, these boys are battling to dominate the herd, Fight Club-style. The quarrel came to fisticuffs in Tomar Park in Sioux Falls, SD, where a KELOLAND TV cameraman captured it on video. And while the deer on the right looks like the sore loser tumbling backwards into the bleachers, lanky legs flying, it's actually the tough guy on the left who ended up with an injured front leg.[Source]
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16 cringe-worthy photos show situations about to end very badly
You don't have to be psychic to know that these pictures were snapped just moments before things got ugly. Like, screaming-at-the-ambulance-to- drive-faster, showing-future-grandkids-the-s cars, brains-shouting-CTRL+Z that kind of badly. We have to commend the photographers for their sense of timing, but we also have to raise an eyebrow as to exactly why they're letting this crazy stuff go down. Sure, art is pain. But at a certain point, you should probably throw down the camera and tell those guys not to shoot each other in the stomach with a toilet plunger. Take a look at all 16 pictures to see the moment right before a bad idea becomes a terrible memory.
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#88321 Apr 6, 2013
Fracking just might be causing earthquakes
As if fracking weren't already controversial enough, now it just might be causing earthquakes. Between 1972 and 2008, Oklahoma (a fracking state) averaged just a couple earthquakes per year. But by 2011, that number had exploded to well over a thousand, including a 5.7 magnitude shaker. These earthquake swarms are showing up in other fracking states, too, and many scientists say there is plenty of data pointing to fracking a method of releasing oil or gas from rock by forcing liquid (usually containing sand) into the rock as the culprit. The oil and gas industry denies they're responsible.[Source]
#88322 Apr 6, 2013
Worst U.S. cities for allergy sufferers
(CNN)-- Things aren't looking good for people with allergies in Tennessee. Not only is the pollen apocalypse on its way, three of the state's major cities made the Asthma and Allergy Foundation's annual list of the 10 worst places for spring allergy sufferers.
These so-called allergy capitals are ranked based on pollen levels, use of allergy medications and the number of board-certified allergists in the areas, according to a foundation statement.
Everyone in the United States can expect their allergies to be worse this year, thanks to an unusually wet winter, the foundation says.
"Severe weather patterns can bring higher temperatures, higher pollen levels and increased exposure to mold, resulting in spring allergies that can peak stronger and last longer," Dr. Bill Berger, a California allergist, said in the statement.
Here are the top 10 worst allergy cities for 2013:
1. Jackson, Mississippi
2. Knoxville, Tennessee
3. Chattanooga, Tennessee
4. McAllen, Texas
5. Louisville, Kentucky
6. Wichita, Kansas
7. Dayton, Ohio
8. Memphis, Tennessee
9. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
10. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Residents in Springfield, Massachusetts; Buffalo, New York; and Grand Rapids, Michigan, may face more severe cases than they have in years past. These cities all jumped at least 10 spots up on the list from the spring of 2012.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation also releases a list every year of the worst cities for fall allergy sufferers. The spring allergy capitals are based on tree pollen counts, while the fall cities are ranked on ragweed pollen counts from September through November of the previous years. Many of the cities on the fall list are on the spring list, but there are a few differences.
1. Louisville, Kentucky
2. Wichita, Kansas
3. Knoxville, Tennessee
4. Jackson, Mississippi
5. McAllen, Texas
6. Dayton, Ohio
7. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
8. Memphis, Tennessee
9. Madison, Wisconsin
10. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Don't I know it. Sinus problems in the Louisville area a given. lol Good ole Ohio Valley crud.
#88323 Apr 6, 2013
Hope everyone gets out and enjoys the gorgeous day our Creator has given us. I am gone for the day. Enjoy yours. I hope to catch some of you later. A few words of wisdom: lol
Take a little good Advice from an old Farmer:
Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong.
Keep skunks and bankers at a distance.
Life is simpler when you plow around the stump.
A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere tractor.
Words that soak into your ears are whispered... not yelled.
Meanness don't jes' happen overnight.
Forgive your enemies; it messes up their heads.
Do not corner something that you know is meaner than you.
It don't take a very big person to carry a grudge.
You cannot unsay a cruel word.
Every path has a few puddles.
When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty.
The best sermons are lived, not preached.
Most of the stuff people worry about ain't never gonna happen anyway.
Don't judge folks by their relatives.
Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.
Live a good, honorable life... Then when you get older and think back, you'll enjoy it a second time.
Don 't interfere with somethin' that ain't bothering you none.
Timing has a lot to do with the outcome of a Rain dance.
If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop diggin'.
Sometimes you get, and sometimes you get got.
The biggest troublemaker you'll probably ever have to deal with, watches you from the mirror every mornin'.
Always drink upstream from the herd.
Good judgment comes from experience, and a lotta that comes from bad judgment.
Lettin' the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier than puttin' it back in.
If you get to thinkin' you're a person of some influence, try orderin' somebody else's dog around..
Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply.
Speak kindly. Leave the rest to God.
Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.
#88325 Apr 6, 2013
Every time they set off underground shots in a well close to my shack, it felt like earthquakes...they would jar you out of your chair. They must really put the powder to those holes..or whatever they do. I have set off shots using conventional blasting materials and its nowhere close to the percussion of gas well shots. I'v not heard or felt a blast in a month or so.
They must have shattered the rock enough and are on gas now. I'm glad they're through fracking around up there.
Enjoy your spring little lady!
Since: Mar 11
#88327 Apr 6, 2013
Good afternoon,my fine feathered friends. Beautiful day today. Glad that Abeliever is back. AW must be outside today doing his chores. Me, I'm having a lazy day and need to get moving. More coffee might do the trick. All kinds of birds, but mostly starlings, blackbirds, and grackles, are peppering the lawn. Looks like an Alfred Hitchcock movie here. Too much of a good thing leaves a lot of guano.
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