Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81697 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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Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#94307 Nov 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>Ahahaha! I like you more and more every day Misty. I guess you get what you pay for... Lobster bisque for lunch today? I had a bologna sandwich but I did put some fancy table mustard on it.
Thick cut Oscar mayer fried...Hehehe. Just love lobster tail dipped in clarified butter occasionally. Haven't been on the affordability list the last several months. Just minestrone soup and homemade sourdough;) Happy Thanksgiving, Imposter. Stay warm and as always bless you.
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#94308 Nov 26, 2013
Thank you Misty, I need all the blessings I can get, I have to go out in a few and drive a pretty good piece to pick up family. I hope I dodge the messy stuff heading this way.

Wolf they're robbing and shooting people left and right down there, maybe you should get the old rifle out and load it up? Maybe put it by the door or bed.

KyBrownEyes

United States

#94309 Nov 26, 2013
Evening good people!

It is a shame Mississippi Man that you are too far away to come for supper and some good music strumming with coffee and pie for desert! You have an invitation to do just that if ya make it up to my neck of the woods.

Aww, Miss E...love that classic folk song, Barbara Allen! My daddy taught me how to sing harmony using this very song . Car rides and singing! Loved it. I always loved the haunting melody and the sad story of Williams love for Barbara.

Yall put smiles on my face and I thank ya! Its nice to hear about the chickens, "dog", one's "better half", the quirky wit of another. Each of you are joys!

Sweet peace and night bliss to all of y'all!
Anne

United States

#94310 Nov 26, 2013
Loved reading all the posts and catching up!! Shoot! If you guys do have a little ole music playin' sing along be sure to let me know and I'll get it fixed real quick to pm me.
Been doing some traveling today. It snowed. Then it sleeted! Then at last , rain. Wonder where my location puts me this time! Lol. We're having a big ole thanksgiving dinner this year. This house the better half is renting reminds me of All in the Family neighborhood. Lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94311 Nov 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
Thank you Misty, I need all the blessings I can get, I have to go out in a few and drive a pretty good piece to pick up family. I hope I dodge the messy stuff heading this way.
Wolf they're robbing and shooting people left and right down there, maybe you should get the old rifle out and load it up? Maybe put it by the door or bed.
THe 7.62 by 39 high powered rifle and the 20 guage pump shot gun are loaded and by the door. The 22 revolver is in a holster hanging on a hook right next to my recliner. All I need to do to any of them is flip the safety and fire. And if they get past the German Shepherd, they will in even bigger trouble. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94312 Nov 26, 2013
@KyBrownEyes.. here are a few songs from "Revival Gems"... my grandmother's old faded and dog-eared paper back Hymnal that was used in a meeting held in a barn and dated 1923 and fills my memory even though hardly no one sings them anymore:

Page 6- If I could Hear My Mother Pray Again
Page 7- Farther Along
Page 10- No Tears in Heaven
Page 13-Kneel at The Cross
Page 20-Where We'll Never Grow Old
Page 30-The Lily of the Valley
Page 65-Shake Hands with Mother Again
Page 79-Shall We Gather at the River
Page 129-Whiter than Snow
Page 143-In the Sweet By-and-by
Page 148-The Unclouded Day

Sound familiar?
Anne

United States

#94313 Nov 26, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
Oh yeah,...Anne, you mentioned "spell check" on your system. I've got it on e-mail but not on following these forums and wish I did. The Belle and the pro's in town say, nope, can't be done on Comcast or this program. How did you do it?
Sorry I took so long to find this. Spell check? It was just there. Nothing I did. Could be an iPhone thing as I only post on topix from my phone. Sometimes I go through google to topix and sometimes I go through the topix app. Sorry, I'm rambling. Just tired. And my last post put me in Illinois . Lol. Nope I went east. West Virginia . Lol have a great evening!
Anne

United States

#94315 Nov 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@KyBrownEyes.. here are a few songs from "Revival Gems"... my grandmother's old faded and dog-eared paper back Hymnal that was used in a meeting held in a barn and dated 1923 and fills my memory even though hardly no one sings them anymore:

Page 6- If I could Hear My Mother Pray Again
Page 7- Farther Along
Page 10- No Tears in Heaven
Page 13-Kneel at The Cross
Page 20-Where We'll Never Grow Old
Page 30-The Lily of the Valley
Page 65-Shake Hands with Mother Again
Page 79-Shall We Gather at the River
Page 129-Whiter than Snow
Page 143-In the Sweet By-and-by
Page 148-The Unclouded Day

Sound familiar?
Page 6 and page 65. The only two songs I'm not familiar with.:-(
Especially fond of The Lily of the Valley. Miss singing those songs. Our little church used to sing them all the time.
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#94316 Nov 26, 2013
that bitch wrote:
Fu c k them birds and all of u
Yeah girl! Do me first though you btch, forget the birds and everyone else.
I'll send your hateful as$ home sore, walking backwards and in a way better mood. Hahaha
Anne

United States

#94317 Nov 26, 2013
That post above mine! Wow! And your location shows Pleasureville ? What happened ? I hope your night improves and you have a wonderful night! Happy Thanksgiving all!
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#94318 Nov 26, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Page 6 and page 65. The only two songs I'm not familiar with.:-(
Especially fond of The Lily of the Valley. Miss singing those songs. Our little church used to sing them all the time.
Why cant people just be nice like you Anne? That's OK toots will get that foul post taken off soon.

@Toots, are you doing alright? Not a word from you in a long time. I bet you're still watching though.
:) Who loves you baby? Imposter does, that's who.
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#94319 Nov 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>THe 7.62 by 39 high powered rifle and the 20 guage pump shot gun are loaded and by the door. The 22 revolver is in a holster hanging on a hook right next to my recliner. All I need to do to any of them is flip the safety and fire. And if they get past the German Shepherd, they will in even bigger trouble. LOL
I bet that 7.62x39 is an old sks, probably Russian. Fine weapon Wolf, I bought one for $75 in the 80's, sold it for $350 in 2008. A lot of people say a .22 is a pop gun, guess they've never been shot with a .22. The Germans had a .22 sniper rifle during wwii, I hear it was very effective.
Keep safe old pal, they're getting bad down that way. You should get a sign that says "forget the dog, beware of the OWNER!" LOL
Imposter

Somerset, KY

#94320 Nov 26, 2013
Anne wrote:
That post above mine! Wow! And your location shows Pleasureville ? What happened ? I hope your night improves and you have a wonderful night! Happy Thanksgiving all!
That's right! She must not get much pleasure over in pleasurville. LOL
Maybe she was born in suckytown and moved?.....
Anne

United States

#94321 Nov 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>I bet that 7.62x39 is an old sks, probably Russian. Fine weapon Wolf, I bought one for $75 in the 80's, sold it for $350 in 2008. A lot of people say a .22 is a pop gun, guess they've never been shot with a .22. The Germans had a .22 sniper rifle during wwii, I hear it was very effective.
Keep safe old pal, they're getting bad down that way. You should get a sign that says "forget the dog, beware of the OWNER!" LOL
I got one! I got one!! I got a sign that says "Due to the high price of ammo, there will be no warning shot".
qwerty

Luck, WI

#94322 Nov 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>A lot of people say a .22 is a pop gun, guess they've never been shot with a .22 LOL
I guarantee one thing, if they get hit with a 22, it will alter their motivation.
Imposter

London, KY

#94324 Nov 26, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
I got one! I got one!! I got a sign that says "Due to the high price of ammo, there will be no warning shot".
The sad part is, ammo IS too expensive to fire warning shots! I love to shoot, but the ruling entity that is our government found a way around gun control, didn't they? They seen that we the people would not stand for disarmament, so they jacket up the price of ammo so high that we cant train properly. I seen a 500 round box of .22 LR the other day priced at $65! Ridiculous.
I found a way around that Anne girl, reload your own ammo. Hard cast bullets penetrate better anyways.
If you haven't shot your primary defensive weapon in six weeks or more, chances are you're ineffective with that weapon. Like MM said, we need to train until it becomes muscle memory, like a reflex. It is sad that we live in a time when that is necessary, but we do. Train train train, its fun too! I can take the wings off a gnat at 100 yards with my old 30-30 its a dollar a shot a wally world, I reload them for about .35 cents a pop which is still too high.
Goodnight all.
Imposter

London, KY

#94325 Nov 26, 2013
qwerty wrote:
<quoted text>
I guarantee one thing, if they get hit with a 22, it will alter their motivation.
I can tell you from experience, a .22 will set you down man. I took one in the shoulder back in my twenties, not fun, not fun at all. Point a .22 at me and say "give me your money" and I'll fork it over fast LOL.
Imposter

London, KY

#94326 Nov 26, 2013
@ MM spellcheck comes installed on windows 7.
You can get a free download from Microsoft if your machine is compatible, and 99% of them are.
Imposter

London, KY

#94327 Nov 26, 2013
OK goodnight for realz.

Click TM-R(all rights reserved)
qwerty

Luck, WI

#94328 Nov 26, 2013
Imposter wrote:
<quoted text>I can tell you from experience, a .22 will set you down man. I took one in the shoulder back in my twenties, not fun, not fun at all. Point a .22 at me and say "give me your money" and I'll fork it over fast LOL.

Exactly! A 22 is gonna do a lot more than sting.

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