Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 20 comments on the Jan 5, 2011, The Cincinnati Enquirer story 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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Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89916 Jun 4, 2013
Brave cats chase away fox

http://msnvideo.msn.com/...

:)
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89917 Jun 4, 2013
WOW

Lion and dachshunds test our understanding of the animal kingdom

Man, we really hope this story does not have a tragic ending. If you didn't think a lion and a miniature dachshund could be BFFs, that's only because you haven't witnessed the magic that is the relationship between Bonedigger the lion and Milo, a miniature dachshund. Milo took the lion under their metaphorical wing after Bonedigger was born with a "mildly crippling" bone disease. Now Bonedigger has acclimated not only to Milo, but his friends. If you really want to show your support for them, their home, the G.W. Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Okla., sustained damage in recent tornadoes and is currently soliciting donations

To donate: http://donateoklahoma.usza.us [More on: BoneDigger & Milo]

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Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89918 Jun 4, 2013
Got to get steaks off the grill. Be back later to see if anyone popped in. No major earthquake activity on the maps. Yay!

Hope you all had a great day. I did.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89919 Jun 4, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Hilarious
Distraction: Cat hates ThunderShirt
The only thing this cat hates more than his ThunderShirt is his ThunderShirt.
http://www.cnn.com/video/...
Just watched...The kids and I had a good laugh.Hehe
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89920 Jun 4, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
@betty...tell hubby he might just be happy to get a better deal in Kentucky when it goes legal which will probably before you plan on going. You could just grow your own along with your veggies. lol
Pot regulations harshing Colorado's buzz
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a series of bills on Tuesday to regulate pot, which has been legal since November. The laws are aimed to regulate the use and distribution.
As with alcohol, pot is only available for those over the age of 21 and there are limits for anyone driving under the influence. A driver can have no more than 5 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood, or the state-order equivalent to .08 B.A.C. with alcohol.
The difference with booze is that state law stipulates how much one might have at a time; a person can buy up to one ounce from a dispensary or grow up to 6 plants. When purchasing the product, the state will put a 15 percent excise tax plus an additional 10 percent sales tax that pile up on the already existing 2.9 percent state tax. Pot cannot be sold at restaurants and even any marijuana-centric magazines, such as High Times, have to be sold behind the counter with the pornos.
The topper to all of this: Federal law -- which still holds pot as totally illegal -- still trumps all.
http://www.nowthisnews.com/news/colorado-pot-...
Kentucky could lead the country in growth and production. Farmers could recoup the loss of the tobacco growing that once thrived. Hubby could cultivate his own brand in the backyard for personal use. lol
lol.... i don't know a.b..... its not just the pot (and believe me we are definitely tired of not getting to "partake"....so fond are the memories of my youthful shenanigans lol. but it would be a little silly to move all that way just for that so i would be inclined to agree...just wait a few years and grow it with the maters).... but they can make pot legal here all day long and its still not going to put the mountains in my back yard :) we love the mountains..... who knows where we will end up maybe north Carolina or Tennessee.....maybe just eastern Kentucky. we have family all over.... so we could end up anywhere. i think we are just done with here....done with the weather.....there is a nice patch in west Virginia that has mountains, legal pot coming soon, and has not seen so much as a tornado warning let alone an actual tornado in almost five years and they have only had a handful of warnings since tornado warnings came into existence. plus would be only half a days drive to visit for my mom. maybe we should just sell it all, get a camper and go on the road.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89921 Jun 4, 2013
@ Betty, we've been thinking of Arizona and Montana here. I just worry about the dry, humid weather in Arizona and some other reasons I'll refrain from mentioning. He grew up in Southern Cali so that acclimating wouldn't be such a big deal. You could always travel and then find the spot you like the best. I wish you luck on your endeavors;)
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89922 Jun 4, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> A plus side to it is that you might not have to help with homework;) And get to provide all the extracurricular activities. Hehe. It sure will help you both in the long run.
lol....if only i were so lucky. his online class became available last night and i spent a good hour trying to teach him how to use the blackboard system. so figure i may as well resign my self to the fact that i am now going to go to college twice.....but oh well..... i count my self lucky that i have so little, and only little things, to complain about. i meant my vows....if he needs help, he will get it and this is something he is doing for us and im soooo proud....but i still cant watch him two finger peck a laptop with out wanting to toss it through the sliding glass door.

im praying for patience LOtS of PATIENCE!!!!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89923 Jun 4, 2013
He'll be a whiz in no time. Practice makes perfect. I'm sure if he's determined enough that he'll do fine:) Of course, there's you to give him the benefit of any doubts. Men need that ego stroking sometimes. It builds more confidance.Lol. Have a good evening. I have the other kid to attend for now...

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#89924 Jun 4, 2013
People jump on accusations just because they have issues of their own. People are good at instagating the accusations on when they know their is a problem.

Romans 12:18

Your home is your castle-a place you can live surrounded by your memories. Living in your own home enables you to maintain your lifestyle and stay connected. In spite of all negativity. Glad to be able to help with that as needed and so wanted.

Maybe off the subject but something that needed to be said.
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89925 Jun 4, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Hey betty, lol @ your school hubby. You know that troll is the one from before who couldn't make friends with anybody and hated that Una made friends with us. The one who spams you, AW, me and a few others.
Did you see this on the national news? It's so precious:
Police dog bids touching farewell to fallen human partner
Video: A photo of a police dog saying goodbye to his fallen human partner over the weekend is going viral. Photojournalist Jonathan Palmer captured the touching moment when the dog places his paw on his partnerís casket.
A photo demonstrating the bond between a man and his dog is breaking hearts across the Internet.
The picture shows Figo, a K-9 officer, paying his last respects at the funeral of his fallen human partner, Kentucky police officer Jason Ellis. In the photo, Figo lays a paw on Ellisís casket. The 33-year-old Ellis was killed in a suspected ambush.
The picture generated hundreds of comments after being posted on Reddit.
"Dogs can actually smell when someone or something is dead and it gives them closure. Not sure if he can tell it's him through the coffin, but he should," wrote one Reddit user.
Figo was retired after his partnerís death and is now living with Ellisí family. Bardstown, Ky., police chief Rick McCubbin told the Associated Press said that the dog and Ellis were ďtrue partners."
http://www.today.com/pets/police-dog-bids-tou... -
i loved that.....

sad but inspiring. hope all my furry babies are long gone when my time comes. not that i think Joe poodle wouldn't be just fine anywhere....heck my neighbor keeps treats for him now so he tries to switch addresses all the time. but i have watched my animals grieve several times over losing one of their own. makes me so sad to know they are hurting. i guess if i make it into senior hood i will have think twice before bringing one in.
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89926 Jun 4, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
He'll be a whiz in no time. Practice makes perfect. I'm sure if he's determined enough that he'll do fine:) Of course, there's you to give him the benefit of any doubts. Men need that ego stroking sometimes. It builds more confidance.Lol. Have a good evening. I have the other kid to attend for now...
i think he will do well also..... he is taking a computer class this term and i think that's good to get it out of the way. he is really extremely smart and has a good aptitude for learning. he would rather watch something educational on the history channel or read a book than waste time watching the reality crap that comes on all the time. his main issue is going to be getting over this computer phobia. i think after he is a few weeks in to his computer course, he will maybe feel like he can handle things and maybe will not need me so much. he is going to need all that computer knowledge to run a successful business in this day and age. he will get there, giving up is not in his vocabulary and not in mine either. thanks for the well wishes ;)

if i had my pick between Arizona and Montana i would pick Arizona. the dry heat is great for allergy's and even though its hot, because its dry, its bearable. Montana is great to visit, if you ever get a chance to see the badlands (Dakotas) they are a awesome sight to behold. i would not live there because i am too much of a worry wart to live that close to the Yellowstone caldera.... Denver is as close as i would get to that monster.

have a blessed evening. I can smell AB's steaks sizzling through the screen so i am off myself to try and quiet my tummy grumbling.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89927 Jun 4, 2013
Ecclesiastes 12:1 Remember now thy CREATOR in the days of thy youth

Isiah 40:28 Hast thou not heard, that the everlasting GOD, the Lord, the CREATOR of the ends of the earth, fainteth not?
just me

Lexington, KY

#89928 Jun 4, 2013
go for it

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89935 Jun 5, 2013
Hope you all are having a good morning. Could get some rain later. Hope it passes you by.
bg

United States

#89936 Jun 5, 2013
Nice day!
bg

United States

#89937 Jun 5, 2013
And be safe :)
no name

United States

#89939 Jun 5, 2013
Jesse V wrote:
Government is hiding something.
you are so right
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89941 Jun 5, 2013
some really informative posts lately. LOL
Kibbler

Cecilia, KY

#89942 Jun 5, 2013
LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89943 Jun 5, 2013
Considering the time difference, in about 6 more hours it will be the 69th anniversary of the Normandy Invasion ofJune 6, 1944. Many young men with just a few hours to live so that we can be here posting mostly nonsense. Shame on us.

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