Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81765 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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“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89863 Jun 1, 2013
Rainy day in Kentucky!

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89866 Jun 2, 2013
Well, going to be another beautiful day.
For all those who actually read my posts, my dad is doing better, and he is back home. He is nearly 85 years old and has many health issues, but he's lived to see another day. God Bless him. Poor momma has been worried sick, literally. She is better right now too.
In February, they will be married 60 years. Now that's committment.
So true

United States

#89867 Jun 2, 2013
So glad things are better.. Missed chatting with you all so much.. Just so many things going on. Each of you have a wonderful day.. Live each one to the fullest, u never know when it might be your last. Hugs all..

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#89868 Jun 2, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
Well, going to be another beautiful day.
For all those who actually read my posts, my dad is doing better, and he is back home. He is nearly 85 years old and has many health issues, but he's lived to see another day. God Bless him. Poor momma has been worried sick, literally. She is better right now too.
In February, they will be married 60 years. Now that's committment.
Glad to hear your dad is doing better. Hope he as a full recovery.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89871 Jun 2, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
Well, going to be another beautiful day.
For all those who actually read my posts, my dad is doing better, and he is back home. He is nearly 85 years old and has many health issues, but he's lived to see another day. God Bless him. Poor momma has been worried sick, literally. She is better right now too.
In February, they will be married 60 years. Now that's committment.
I am glad he's doing better:) You are perfectly right about the committment; 60 years is a long time to share a life together, but a world without that kind of love is a cold one. Those relationships I tend to believe are unique. I wish them as much time together as possible and the same for you,Roaming. They raised a very nice, and kind hearted person. You have a nice day.
We had torrential rains last night. Fortunately, just rain.
My thoughts are with the Midwest victims may their recovery be swift. It's been rough.My Blessings go to All needing them.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89873 Jun 2, 2013
Thanks SO much for your thoughts guys! I appreciate it!
So true

United States

#89876 Jun 2, 2013
Nite all
Yelp

Louisville, KY

#89878 Jun 3, 2013
lol

Since: Jul 12

Houston, TX

#89881 Jun 3, 2013
A hardworking female executive dies and meets St. Peter at the pearly gates and he says, "You've shown an outstanding aptitude for making business decisions. Choose whether you will go to heaven or to hell."

"I don't know!" she flounders.

"Tell you what," St. Peter says, "You can have 24 hours in heaven and 24 hours in hell. Then you have to decide where to spend eternity."

"Okay then," she says. "I'll start with heaven since I'm here already."

She goes in the pearly gates and makes some acquaintances. They have a nice walk among beautiful gardens. They have a nice quiet lunch. They have a nice stroll along a pristine, white, sandy beach looking out on brilliant blue ocean. At the end of the day, she is shown to a nice room, and has a quiet meal on the balcony, looking out over the setting sun and the ocean. She marvels at the scenic beauty of heaven.

The next morning, St. Peter takes her to the fiery gates of hell and hands her off to Satan. Satan takes her to a power breakfast given in her honor. Then she is escorted to a tennis club, where she is greeted by her old boss, some co-workers, and previous business acquaintances. She plays a few sets of tennis and catches up on the gossip. At lunchtime her old boss takes her to a gourmet restaurant and she has an excellent meal with vintage wine. After lunch he takes her to an exclusive golf course and they play 18 holes of golf. She runs into other business acquaintances and catches up on news and gossip. After golf, he drops her at a spa where she is pampered and spoiled by beauty and body treatments. When she is finished at the spa, an acquaintance takes her shopping at designer stores. She picks out a fabulous evening gown, and Satan himself takes her to a huge party with drinking, dancing, gourmet food, and famous people. At the end of the evening, a stretch limo drops her off at a five-star hotel. As she soaks in the Jacuzzi tub, and sips the complimentary champagne, she ponders eternity.

The next morning, she meets St. Peter at the pearly gates.

"Well, have you made your decision?" He asks.

"I've decided on hell," she announces.

"So be it." St Peter waves goodbye and she reappears before the fiery gates of hell.

Once inside she is teamed up with her old boss again, only this time everyone is wearing rags. They are filthy, diseased, malnourished, and living in a barren desert. They have to scrounge for food, water, clothing, and even shade.

"What happened?!" She exclaimed.

"Well," said her boss, "Yesterday you were a recruit. Today you're staff!"
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89883 Jun 3, 2013
Good afternoon feathered friends.

A touching story to share that proves something good can come out of anything bad.

The neighbor who was crushed by his truck the other day ended up brain dead, but he had been going to church with a man who really needed a heart. A little note he had tucked away stated that if anything ever happened to him to please give that man his heart.=) He was a great man in life and in death. His wife also gave away the truck to another church member who needed it.

I found the whole thing pretty touching and thought I would share.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89885 Jun 3, 2013
CONCERNED wrote:
why in the hell would this still be a news item?????????? its dated jan. 2011
Yep, about as news worthy as to who is running for the Senate in 2010 that is still getting posts. Must be that the subject matter has changed and you just have not kept up. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89886 Jun 3, 2013
Hi OJG.. that story is touching and confirms that there are still some good people.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89887 Jun 3, 2013
Another beautiful day! Hope you all had a good one.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#89888 Jun 3, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
Well, going to be another beautiful day.
For all those who actually read my posts, my dad is doing better, and he is back home. He is nearly 85 years old and has many health issues, but he's lived to see another day. God Bless him. Poor momma has been worried sick, literally. She is better right now too.
In February, they will be married 60 years. Now that's committment.
I will keep your folks in my prayers. Hope that you are doing well. Take care, and try to get a good night's sleep, at least once in awhile. Lala

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#89889 Jun 3, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
<quoted text>
Because we talk about the news daily.=)

Sorry that I missed you. I'm so glad that you are posting again. Send me an e-mail to let me know how things are going with you. Lala

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#89890 Jun 3, 2013
Hello, my fine feathered friends. Today was another beautiful Kentucky day. Love the weather here. Started a garden, but the rabbits are wreaking havoc on the newly growing produce....even with cages put around the plants. I think that we are just feeding the wildlife. Anyone have any ideas. We are just overrun with critters because of the relatively mild winter. The birds have taken over the farm, and my horse shelter in the paddock has become a community nesting area. Oh,my goodness, you should hear all the babies peeping. I do not have the heart to take strong measures against them, but I am beginning to be concerned about them spreading disease, just because of the sheer number of birds. Oh, well...no use complaining. Hope that everyone is doing well. I keep you all in my prayers. Lala

“April 27, 10 Year anniversary ”

Since: May 12

All Over This Land

#89891 Jun 3, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Hello, my fine feathered friends. Today was another beautiful Kentucky day. Love the weather here. Started a garden, but the rabbits are wreaking havoc on the newly growing produce....even with cages put around the plants. I think that we are just feeding the wildlife. Anyone have any ideas. We are just overrun with critters because of the relatively mild winter. The birds have taken over the farm, and my horse shelter in the paddock has become a community nesting area. Oh,my goodness, you should hear all the babies peeping. I do not have the heart to take strong measures against them, but I am beginning to be concerned about them spreading disease, just because of the sheer number of birds. Oh, well...no use complaining. Hope that everyone is doing well. I keep you all in my prayers. Lala
Lala,
You said everything so well I just want everyone to take your post and read it again as mine. it WAS a beautiful day and I think we have one or two just like Monday coming Tuesday & Wednesday.
We are however not having any issues with our 100'x100'garden. Not a plant is touched, I water with necessary. Not even a potato bug but i have a special spray for the seed potatoes. Potato plants are already blooming, that's real darn early. of course, these are my "early taters",,,:-)
Everybody have a great Tuesday!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89892 Jun 4, 2013
My chickens have gotten into a few of my veggies when I let them free range sometimes. But I just plant enough stuff for me, chickens, wild turkeys, birds, deer, raccoons and the rest of any of the CREATOR's critters that might wander by. Plus the more I plow up and plant, the less grass there is to mow. LOL
so true

United States

#89893 Jun 4, 2013
Happy gardening , you all. May you each be blessed with plenty for all.. If not come on over , I will fill you up. Last year I planted way to many squash, I had them coming from everywhere. I have give ever stranger that passed squash. Enjoy giving them away , but this year maybe it will be too many maters. There is just not so much canning you can do with squash.. Well anyway , you each have a good one...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89894 Jun 4, 2013
I forgot to even mention the rabbits. I could eat rabbit every day for a month and not even make a dent in them.

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