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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Terry

Bowling Green, KY

#93948 Nov 11, 2013
Where is the story I can not find it anywhere.
kor

Danville, KY

#93949 Nov 11, 2013
wow!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#93950 Nov 11, 2013
To All the Veterans and Members of our Armed Forces, Thank you for being ' All that you can be' or have been for our great country. It has been because of you our country has remained free and have liberties. You have been the integral part of creating democracy where none existed. To you all have a fine day! and to the fallen, you will always be remembered. Bless you!
~ a liberty minded, macadamia nut lover ( hehehe)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93951 Nov 11, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
To All the Veterans and Members of our Armed Forces, Thank you for being ' All that you can be' or have been for our great country. It has been because of you our country has remained free and have liberties. You have been the integral part of creating democracy where none existed. To you all have a fine day! and to the fallen, you will always be remembered. Bless you!
~ a liberty minded, macadamia nut lover ( hehehe)
General Anthony Clement McAulife's (acting commander of the 101st Airborne Division at the Battle of the Bulge) one word response to the German demand for surrender.... "NUTS".
Anne

United States

#93952 Nov 11, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
To All the Veterans and Members of our Armed Forces, Thank you for being ' All that you can be' or have been for our great country. It has been because of you our country has remained free and have liberties. You have been the integral part of creating democracy where none existed. To you all have a fine day! and to the fallen, you will always be remembered. Bless you!
~ a liberty minded, macadamia nut lover ( hehehe)
I second that.
awww

Harlan, KY

#93953 Nov 11, 2013
just so sad to hear
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#93954 Nov 11, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
General Anthony Clement McAulife's (acting commander of the 101st Airborne Division at the Battle of the Bulge) one word response to the German demand for surrender.... "NUTS".
If I recall didn't a major or another officer have to translate:' go to hell'? Lol. He didn't curse so that was his way of expressing how he felt to the Germans...Good evening to you and Dog;)
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#93955 Nov 11, 2013
Reminds me of the story of Balboa. To escape a life of being poor and indebted, he climbed into one of the provisional barrels from his farm. On the way across the Panama Isthmus aboard ship- heading to South America and Peru- the ship master opened his barrel which was supposedly filled with salt. He discovered salt alright, an old salty dog named Balboa. Alas, he lost his head later. Lol. My little one likes that story. I told her that he thought he was being clever, but a good man repays that which is owed not sneak off lock, stock and barrel...
what now

Fairfax, VA

#93956 Nov 12, 2013
bluesman wrote:
Cindy just wanted to say bye and you can have it all
Well, in that case, I will check here before I ask AW if he would want to put a couple gallons of antifreeze on his shiny new card. A brand new cornhusker? I wonder if they still sell them anyplace? Would sure like to get that all husked before it's all over, no sense in letting corn go to waste.
Yes, with the chilly mornings, I found myself, all of a sudden, putting antifreeze into everything in sight.
Beings things are pretty much winterized, great aunt, over there, well she decides she would like to go to Florida this winter. Well, I stay surprised these days! The train sounds like a fun way to go. For me anyways lol.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#93957 Nov 12, 2013
Anne wrote:
WARNING! The Tabasco sauce and popcorn. A few drops will do it. My better half loves it ! And I can handle it if its pretty mild. Lol
Here's another idea, not my own however. Bleau Cheese melted and stirred amongst the popcorn! It sure was great back when I was dating a little red head. Her Dad and I agreed on the popcorn anyway! I don't think she appreciated me sitting at her home eat'n popcorn with her Daddy.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93958 Nov 12, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's another idea, not my own however. Bleau Cheese melted and stirred amongst the popcorn! It sure was great back when I was dating a little red head. Her Dad and I agreed on the popcorn anyway! I don't think she appreciated me sitting at her home eat'n popcorn with her Daddy.
I "dated" a brunette way back when which consisted of shooting pool with her Daddy in the basement while we waited on her Mama's after church Sunday dinner of fried chicken and fixins. Then sat on the front porch with her 5 younger sisters while she helped with the dishes. I guess it was not much of a date for her and she married someone else. LOL I saw her again a couple years ago and it appears she has eaten way too much chicken hehehe

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#93959 Nov 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I "dated" a brunette way back when which consisted of shooting pool with her Daddy in the basement while we waited on her Mama's after church Sunday dinner of fried chicken and fixins. Then sat on the front porch with her 5 younger sisters while she helped with the dishes. I guess it was not much of a date for her and she married someone else. LOL I saw her again a couple years ago and it appears she has eaten way too much chicken hehehe
Reminds me of that country song "Just a Swinging"
My first serious boyfriend was rebuilding a El Camino. His ideal date was him under the car and me sitting next to him handing him stuff and talking. I guess it wasn't too bad. The love didn't last but I know how to rebuild a carburetor!
Imposter

Manchester, KY

#93960 Nov 12, 2013
I hate it when those porch-swing chains break and slap you across the top of the head right hard.

You sit there stung and... mad as heck, wondering if you should strongly advise the rotund feminine culprit sitting there, at a lower angle beside you, that she should consider a diet.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#93961 Nov 12, 2013
Imposter wrote:
I hate it when those porch-swing chains break and slap you across the top of the head right hard.

You sit there stung and... mad as heck, wondering if you should strongly advise the rotund feminine culprit sitting there, at a lower angle beside you, that she should consider a diet.
That comment (if made) would probably mean no goodbye kiss. LOL
Anne

United States

#93962 Nov 12, 2013
Heeheehee. We were sitting in the swing and the chain broke-his side, of course, the swing fell backwards and we both flipped head over heels over the back. Lol. After the surprise wore off we laughed and laughed!
Anne

United States

#93963 Nov 12, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>Here's another idea, not my own however. Bleau Cheese melted and stirred amongst the popcorn! It sure was great back when I was dating a little red head. Her Dad and I agreed on the popcorn anyway! I don't think she appreciated me sitting at her home eat'n popcorn with her Daddy.
Bleau cheese, huh? We'll give it a try.

The guys that came courting our daughters? We always had them set in a certain rocking chair, comfortable at first but over a little time the chair worked its magic and the guys kept squirming around trying to get comfortable. Heeheehee. We always got a chuckle over that!!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93964 Nov 12, 2013
My mother always told a story about a very talkative friend that had a caller that came almost every night and sat staring into the fireplace never saying a word.

After about a year, she was about to give up on him and finally said "Darn it Sam, say something". He replied "Marry me" and she did and they lived together for nearly another 60 years without him saying very much. It could be that she never gave him a chance. LOL Opposites attract?
Maddie

United States

#93965 Nov 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
My mother always told a story about a very talkative friend that had a caller that came almost every night and sat staring into the fireplace never saying a word.

After about a year, she was about to give up on him and finally said "Darn it Sam, say something". He replied "Marry me" and she did and they lived together for nearly another 60 years without him saying very much. It could be that she never gave him a chance. LOL Opposites attract?
Good one!! Neighbor guy tells about a widow woman and a widower who had met but lived about 80 miles apart--this was years ago--they started writing each other. The letters went back and forth for quite awhile and the next time they met? They got married.
Anne

United States

#93966 Nov 12, 2013
Lovely evening! I had ordered a barn quilt from my long time acquaintance/friend and they delivered it tonight. Since they delivered after their store hours (5pm) I asked them for supper. Really nice time. Lasagna, toasted garlic bread (I split hot dog buns, butter the inside, sprinkle on the garlic and some cheddar cheese) garden salad. Anyway we sat around visiting . Nice time. Wow. Just realized something. Their 4 year old granddaughter came with them.The last time they ate ate at my house ? When that granddaughters mother was. 7 or 8 years old. Wow. A little explanation here. I was still in high school and they were next door neighbors with 4 daughters. I married and moved around a lot. They moved around a lot too. One time At a Walmart in western ky I thought "I know that woman!" We were living in the same county!! We visited back and forth at that time and they had a 5th daughter about 7 or 8. then we all moved around some more. Now we are all living in the sAme county again (the state we started out in). A span of 45 years!!!!

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#93967 Nov 12, 2013
Anne wrote:
Lovely evening! I had ordered a barn quilt from my long time acquaintance/friend and they delivered it tonight. Since they delivered after their store hours (5pm) I asked them for supper. Really nice time. Lasagna, toasted garlic bread (I split hot dog buns, butter the inside, sprinkle on the garlic and some cheddar cheese) garden salad. Anyway we sat around visiting . Nice time. Wow. Just realized something. Their 4 year old granddaughter came with them.The last time they ate ate at my house ? When that granddaughters mother was. 7 or 8 years old. Wow. A little explanation here. I was still in high school and they were next door neighbors with 4 daughters. I married and moved around a lot. They moved around a lot too. One time At a Walmart in western ky I thought "I know that woman!" We were living in the same county!! We visited back and forth at that time and they had a 5th daughter about 7 or 8. then we all moved around some more. Now we are all living in the sAme county again (the state we started out in). A span of 45 years!!!!
Very cool. I recently started a long time project I've wanted to do. I want to capture photos of 9 barn quilts and then do a sampler quilt, duplicating each barn quilt as a panel in the 9 panel sampler quilt. Combines my love for photography and quilting. Then I hope to take the 9 pictures of the barns quilts and display with the sampler.

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