Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81707 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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#83048 Jan 20, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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Big kiss goodnight from nanny
Thank you nanny, love you. I sure miss your bedtime stories.

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#83049 Jan 20, 2013
Family reunion.Just South

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#83050 Jan 20, 2013
Oh , guys, we all have our faults, mine have a line way too long also. On a side note , I shall hope we dont all freeze to death , with this colder weather comin on . I am so ready for the sun, my hay fields, my garden and the lake... Bring on the Spring, old man winter..

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#83051 Jan 20, 2013
In this late night then... I offer you my smile and my peace -- and I wish you a most beautiful night of rest and a great day ahead of you , wherever you may be!

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#83053 Jan 20, 2013
great one again, Q...

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#83054 Jan 20, 2013
This thread is like herpes for your reply box.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#83055 Jan 21, 2013
Church twice yesterday and doing trucking business early this morning. Later in the day, I might re-read "Mine Eyes Have Seen" in honor of Doctor King.

It is a hardback edition of Life magazine series of mainly photographs and documentation ""Bearing Witness in the Struggle for Civil Rights" a period in American History that I lived through in the Deep South and saw first hand what hatred and fear of other peoples can produce and is why I oppose it quite often on this thread.(and no, I am not African-American).

The bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church killing those innocent little girls on their way to Sunday School class to learn about "Love Thy Neighbor". The murder of Viola Liuzzo. The burying of the 3 young men in Philapdelphia Mississippi when all they were doing was trying to acheive the right to vote.

This thread worries about the possible loss of our own indiidual rights (and rightfully so), but we need to be supportive of the rights of ALL MANKIND. Good Day to all you folks and Love your Neighbor even though you may not like their actions.

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#83057 Jan 21, 2013
Good morning, everyone. Hope everybody slept well. I sure as heck didn't....Arthur Itis stayed all night. He's trying to make an honest woman out of me, and move in permanently. I may take a little snooze this morning. Talk to you folks, soon.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#83059 Jan 21, 2013
Good morning bird threaders. I hope everyone is staying warm. Brrrrrrrr 26 degrees only to get colder tonight. Whew, I am ready for somemore of that Springlike weather, or better yet, SPRING. lol

Off to get my second cup of coffee and settle in my recliner to watch the inaguration. Check back later.

Enjoy your day!
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#83058 Jan 21, 2013
Good morning. Hope you all have a nice national holiday. Frankly I recall all the anti white comments made by an uprising MLK who hated the white man. He did later change his course and spoke of a peaceful equality and the riots that often flowed from his appearances in many cities fadded away with his new peaceful approach. Another was Queen Latifa, who downed white women so bad she was embarrassed, especially her comments of white women "stealing" quality black men from the black race. Now she is everywhere and famous and is now all about "one people" and apparently now likes the white people who made her rich. Ok, so I'm old school and don't easily forget nor forgive the harsh words of the past. I have black friends, they have dined at my table and rode bikes with me and I value them as friends, so I'm not a racist, just not a "forgivest". I don't work so it's just another day to me, but I will not celebrate a man who fully intends to step on my 2nd amendment rights.
W KY Girl

Aurora, IL

#83060 Jan 21, 2013
Wow, the Obama's stopped by a church today! First time I have heard of that since he was elected the first time.

Good morning all.

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#83061 Jan 21, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Church twice yesterday and doing trucking business early this morning. Later in the day, I might re-read "Mine Eyes Have Seen" in honor of Doctor King.
It is a hardback edition of Life magazine series of mainly photographs and documentation ""Bearing Witness in the Struggle for Civil Rights" a period in American History that I lived through in the Deep South and saw first hand what hatred and fear of other peoples can produce and is why I oppose it quite often on this thread.(and no, I am not African-American).
The bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church killing those innocent little girls on their way to Sunday School class to learn about "Love Thy Neighbor". The murder of Viola Liuzzo. The burying of the 3 young men in Philapdelphia Mississippi when all they were doing was trying to acheive the right to vote.
This thread worries about the possible loss of our own indiidual rights (and rightfully so), but we need to be supportive of the rights of ALL MANKIND. Good Day to all you folks and Love your Neighbor even though you may not like their actions.
That's nice AW. I hope you got there early enough for Dog to attend Sunday School. You know how he enjoys it.
W KY Girl

Aurora, IL

#83062 Jan 21, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
Good morning. Hope you all have a nice national holiday. Frankly I recall all the anti white comments made by an uprising MLK who hated the white man. He did later change his course and spoke of a peaceful equality and the riots that often flowed from his appearances in many cities fadded away with his new peaceful approach. Another was Queen Latifa, who downed white women so bad she was embarrassed, especially her comments of white women "stealing" quality black men from the black race. Now she is everywhere and famous and is now all about "one people" and apparently now likes the white people who made her rich. Ok, so I'm old school and don't easily forget nor forgive the harsh words of the past. I have black friends, they have dined at my table and rode bikes with me and I value them as friends, so I'm not a racist, just not a "forgivest". I don't work so it's just another day to me, but I will not celebrate a man who fully intends to step on my 2nd amendment rights.
I agree with you Hemp. I will be doing my celebrating this time four years from now! I'm not old enough to remember the MLK Jr statements, but I don't doubt you. I know anybody's heart can change (mine did) but it pays to know the motive no matter who it is or what it's about.

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#83063 Jan 21, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
Good morning. Hope you all have a nice national holiday. Frankly I recall all the anti white comments made by an uprising MLK who hated the white man. He did later change his course and spoke of a peaceful equality and the riots that often flowed from his appearances in many cities fadded away with his new peaceful approach. Another was Queen Latifa, who downed white women so bad she was embarrassed, especially her comments of white women "stealing" quality black men from the black race. Now she is everywhere and famous and is now all about "one people" and apparently now likes the white people who made her rich. Ok, so I'm old school and don't easily forget nor forgive the harsh words of the past. I have black friends, they have dined at my table and rode bikes with me and I value them as friends, so I'm not a racist, just not a "forgivest". I don't work so it's just another day to me, but I will not celebrate a man who fully intends to step on my 2nd amendment rights.
You got it Humpaburn, great day. No mail, no bills in mailbox, no FAART, hearing aid & Direct TV junk mail. Dang right, who wants to watch someone swear a lie to protect our constitutional rights? I think I had rather risk going bird hunting with Dick Cheney. A lot less risky.
W KY Girl

Aurora, IL

#83065 Jan 21, 2013
I would like to recommend this book, "No Apology Necessary" by Rev Earl Carter.
http://www.christianbook.com/apps/product...

Rev. Earl Carter (a black man) exposes the truth about race relations in the United States and around the world. He shares a biblical truth so clear and so simple that you'll be sorry you didn't see it for yourself. Rev. Carter considered himself a Christian but he was angry about the past. He saw himself as a revolutionist fighting for justice and equality for his ethnicity until he encountered some ancient biblical prophecies that shook his understanding of how to bring healing between blacks and whites. These ancient biblical prophecies will answer your questions.
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#83066 Jan 21, 2013
@Hempburn.. did you not just get through forgiving the Japanese? hmmmmm I heard Dr. King from his earliest days until his death, and I saw no hatred toward white people in general but only disdain toward the actions of some and the apathy of others.

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#83067 Jan 21, 2013
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You got it Humpaburn, great day. No mail, no bills in mailbox, no FAART, hearing aid & Direct TV junk mail. Dang right, who wants to watch someone swear a lie to protect our constitutional rights? I think I had rather risk going bird hunting with Dick Cheney. A lot less risky.
Nuts huh? I am a registered Democrat and think Bush/and daddy Bush was two of the worst presidents ever, but I still had rather risk getting shot while hunting birds with Cheney than risk what we have.
Peter Piper

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#83069 Jan 21, 2013
I don't think we can make it through four more years of him without something happening.

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#83070 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
I would like to recommend this book, "No Apology Necessary" by Rev Earl Carter.
http://www.christianbook.com/apps/product...
Rev. Earl Carter (a black man) exposes the truth about race relations in the United States and around the world. He shares a biblical truth so clear and so simple that you'll be sorry you didn't see it for yourself. Rev. Carter considered himself a Christian but he was angry about the past. He saw himself as a revolutionist fighting for justice and equality for his ethnicity until he encountered some ancient biblical prophecies that shook his understanding of how to bring healing between blacks and whites. These ancient biblical prophecies will answer your questions.
No, thank you.

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#83071 Jan 21, 2013
Peter Piper wrote:
I don't think we can make it through four more years of him without something happening.
It will probably be like the past four, with no positive happenings at all. LOL.

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