Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81695 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

#81927 Jan 12, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
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LOL Go ahead and get the vacuum out and string it across the middle of the floor. Pour a little Pinesol in the toilet or a sink. He'll think you have been working so hard. LOL
Oh, the tangled webs we weave, when we practice to deceive.. LOL

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#81928 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Maybe fashion one like a guillotine. LOL
Ahahahah. That should do the trick. It could cause some to never speak plainly again too. LOL.

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#81929 Jan 12, 2013
qwerty wrote:
Be more comitted than usual, because things will go ashtray if neglected. There is a good chance of you getting a new job that will be very satifying. You may also hear news of an engagement. Bickering and misundrstanding between you and your busness partners may cause fricton
Thank you qwerty. I have been missing tour horriblescope readings. Hehehe.

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FARTSBURG

#81930 Jan 12, 2013
*your

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#81931 Jan 12, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Good morning Bird threaders. What happen to Hempburn? Hope everything is okay. Another warm 60+ day. Beats what California is getting:
California hit by big freeze with temperatures as low as 12 degrees
...and
43 Beautiful Photos Of The Freak Snow Storm In Jerusalem
http://www.buzzfeed.com/gavon/its-snowing-in-...
Crazy weather. I am enjoying ours. lol
Good morning AB. I wonder where Humpaburn is too. I miss his daily reports. Funny stuff. I hope he and little Tokes weren't over taken by vicious animals while securing the Bunny Trail. It could be worse, the wifes relatives might have devoured him. Lol.

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#81932 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Oh, the tangled webs we weave, when we practice to deceive.. LOL
Ain't that the truth.
W KY Girl

Romeoville, IL

#81933 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Oh, the tangled webs we weave, when we practice to deceive.. LOL
hehehe :)

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#81934 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I try to stay off the Interstates as much as possible even when going long distances. You can't hardly see "Americana" when speeding down the Interstate at 70 mph or more.
One of my best trips was about 10 years ago when I took U.S. 27 south all the way from Central Kentucky to Columbus Georgia.
Or took the "Lake Shore limited" from Union Station in downtown Chicago to Grand Central in New York. Riding along in the dining car with a cowboy from Texas listening to Merle Haggard, sitting with a black couple from Indianapolis where the guy was on his way to win the National "Bus Driver of the Year" award. Looking out the window seeing an Amish guy in Pennsylvania on the way to the barn with his milk pail at sunrise. The train ride was 17 hours of pure enjoyment, more so than a 2 hour flight sitting crowded next to a fat man with body odor. LOL
Wonderful, but what nice things did you seen when you arrived at Grand Central?!!!LOL

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#81935 Jan 12, 2013
Doesn't this just make you want to puke a little in your mouth?? Here is another more informative link:
http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/return...

~~ The pharmacy worker, Dustin McDonald, said that the customer claimed that he purchased the enemas for his mother, but “she no longer needed them,” according to a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office report.

When the suspicious McDonald decided to “check the box of enemas to be sure that they were not tampered with,” he “observed that all the enemas were used.” The worker also noticed that,“the unknown white male…re-glued the bottom of the box so that it appeared that it had not been opened.”

McDonald then opened three other six-pack enema boxes on the store’s shelves and found that “all the enemas in each of the 3 boxes were previously used,” deputies noted. An analysis of the used products revealed that,“fecal matter was located on some of the returned enema bottles.”~~

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#81936 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Oh, the tangled webs we weave, when we practice to deceive.. LOL
Yes, you're right, but hubby is pretty sharp,and I can't put much over on him. When I tried to quit smoking a few years ago, I fell off the wagon. I used to take the dog out for a walk and sneak a quick smoke behind the barn. Hubby watched me do this for quite a while, then told me he could see the tiny wisps of smoke curling around the corner of the barn. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81938 Jan 12, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Wonderful, but what nice things did you seen when you arrived at Grand Central?!!!LOL
Not one thing except to view the Historic buildings, I hurried on off to work. I had to work in Chicago on Monday and Tuesday and in New York on Thursday and Friday and had Wednesday free. I had taken a flight to Chiago on Sunday afternoon and back from New York on Friday evening. So rather than be stuck in either city, I just took the nice train ride on the corporate dollar with a sleeper about the size of a refridgerator. Corporate did not mind, since the sleeper was cheaper than a hotel and air fare.
W KY Girl

Romeoville, IL

#81939 Jan 12, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Doesn't this just make you want to puke a little in your mouth?? Here is another more informative link:
http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/return...
~~ The pharmacy worker, Dustin McDonald, said that the customer claimed that he purchased the enemas for his mother, but “she no longer needed them,” according to a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office report.
When the suspicious McDonald decided to “check the box of enemas to be sure that they were not tampered with,” he “observed that all the enemas were used.” The worker also noticed that,“the unknown white male…re-glued the bottom of the box so that it appeared that it had not been opened.”
McDonald then opened three other six-pack enema boxes on the store’s shelves and found that “all the enemas in each of the 3 boxes were previously used,” deputies noted. An analysis of the used products revealed that,“fecal matter was located on some of the returned enema bottles.”~~
Makes me think more about somebody should poke those enemas down their throat. Some people, what can you say.

It's 66'F and raining here. Good nap day.
Nerd info: a year ago for the month of December I averaged using 48.8 kilowatts per day. This past December the average was 35.2 kilowatts per day.

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#81940 Jan 12, 2013
Girl, it's so foggy here right now that I had to go out and make sure my woods weren't on fire. This is the strangest weather I've ever seen.. Eerie out there as a matter of fact. Makes me feel like it's the wee hours of the morning, but the clock say it's 3:00 in the afternoon.

It's a "Twilight Zone" kind of feeling today.. And I don't like it, hahah.

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#81941 Jan 12, 2013
I just realized something.. I might be in cloud cover beings as I sit on a mountain top over here. DUH. It's probably low clouds that I'm in the midst of. I'm in the midst of the mist...

Bwwwahahahahahahaha!

Enjoy this:
The "Twilight Zone" theme.
W KY Girl

Romeoville, IL

#81943 Jan 12, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
I just realized something.. I might be in cloud cover beings as I sit on a mountain top over here. DUH. It's probably low clouds that I'm in the midst of. I'm in the midst of the mist...
Bwwwahahahahahahaha!
Enjoy this:
The "Twilight Zone" theme.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =XVSRm80WzZkXX
HAHA Nope, early one morning (still dark out) years ago it was so foggy here that when I cracked the back door open to check it out some fog rolled into the house! It scared the crap out of me! I jumped back like something tried to grab me! It was funny AFTER I realized what had happened. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81944 Jan 12, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Wonderful, but what nice things did you seen when you arrived at Grand Central?!!!LOL
It was quite a week of cultural change for an old country fellow. In Chicago, I ate at a restaurant with the walls loaded with photos of gangsters and their molls. I looked and planned to "duck" if an old car showed up with guys wearing black suits and black and white wing tip shoes and packing sub-machine guns. LOL

The hotel looked much like the old 1890s one that Richard Boone stayed in as Paladin in "Have Gun will Travel", complete with a claw foot tub.

The train went through Amish country in Pa. and then along the beauty of the Hudson River and through a tunnel into Harlem, where I was glad to be on the train. LOL It did please me that even in Harlem, I could see a few floral boxes sitting in the windows of some of the tenements even though the streets were lined with trash and filth.

IN N.Y., I ate at a real Italian restuarant with old wait staff that could not even speak English. I just pointed at something and it turned out to be good and did not make me sick. To this day I have no idea what I ate. LOL I took a hansom cab from Mama Mia's back to the hotel instead of a regular cab. I did not dare walk down 42nd street. I had walked there in day light but it was dark by the time I had eaten.

Oh course at Grand Central, I saw the hookers, run away kids laying in doorways, street bums, trash, and rats. In the evening, I mixed with the "High Brows" and went to a Broadway play with George C. Scott playing the role of Willie Loman in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman".

I was glad to get back home and eat pinto beans and cornbread and onions. LOL

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#81945 Jan 12, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Girl, it's so foggy here right now that I had to go out and make sure my woods weren't on fire. This is the strangest weather I've ever seen.. Eerie out there as a matter of fact. Makes me feel like it's the wee hours of the morning, but the clock say it's 3:00 in the afternoon.
It's a "Twilight Zone" kind of feeling today.. And I don't like it, hahah.
I know how yo feel about the weather. I feel the same way. Can't wake up today. Been sleeping on and off round the clock for about a week now. It is not like me at all. Just woke up a little while ago, did some chores, now I'm ready for sleep again. Strange for me.
W KY Girl

Romeoville, IL

#81946 Jan 12, 2013
"A Taste of History" is on KET. That old man is workin' that cast iron!!! LOL
W KY Girl

Romeoville, IL

#81947 Jan 12, 2013
...the history lesson today is on Paul Revere.

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#81948 Jan 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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It was quite a week of cultural change for an old country fellow. In Chicago, I ate at a restaurant with the walls loaded with photos of gangsters and their molls. I looked and planned to "duck" if an old car showed up with guys wearing black suits and black and white wing tip shoes and packing sub-machine guns. LOL
The hotel looked much like the old 1890s one that Richard Boone stayed in as Paladin in "Have Gun will Travel", complete with a claw foot tub.
The train went through Amish country in Pa. and then along the beauty of the Hudson River and through a tunnel into Harlem, where I was glad to be on the train. LOL It did please me that even in Harlem, I could see a few floral boxes sitting in the windows of some of the tenements even though the streets were lined with trash and filth.
IN N.Y., I ate at a real Italian restuarant with old wait staff that could not even speak English. I just pointed at something and it turned out to be good and did not make me sick. To this day I have no idea what I ate. LOL I took a hansom cab from Mama Mia's back to the hotel instead of a regular cab. I did not dare walk down 42nd street. I had walked there in day light but it was dark by the time I had eaten.
Oh course at Grand Central, I saw the hookers, run away kids laying in doorways, street bums, trash, and rats. In the evening, I mixed with the "High Brows" and went to a Broadway play with George C. Scott playing the role of Willie Loman in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman".
I was glad to get back home and eat pinto beans and cornbread and onions. LOL
Leo and I dined at a world-famous steak house in NY called Smith and Wollensky's. The meal was very good. Bunch of pictures of celebs. on the wall. I just dug into the meal. Afterward, I asked for a cup of coffee. It was really good and I wanted another. But we were running late, so we asked for the check (Ticket down here).
I almost had a fit when I found out that the lousy cup of coffee was $5.00. It was good, but not THAT good. And that had to be about 20 years ago. I wonder what that coffee costs now. Hempburn had better not visit that place, with the coffee habit he has. It could make a person flat broke.

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