Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81694 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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qwerty

Buna, TX

#89645 May 25, 2013
The term "cut and paste" comes from the traditional practice in manuscript-editings whereby people would literally cut paragraphs from a page with scissors and physically paste them onto another page. This practice remained standard into the 1980s. Stationery stores formerly sold "editing scissors" with blades long enough to cut an 8"-wide page. The advent of photocopiers made the practice easier and more flexible.

The act of copying/transferring text from one part of a computer-based document ("buffer") to a different location within the same or different computer-based document was a part of the earliest on-line computer editors. As soon as computer data entry moved from punch-cards to online files (in the mid/late 1960s) there were "commands" for accomplishing this operation. This mechanism was often used to transfer frequently-used commands or text snippets from additional buffers into the document, as was the case with the QED editor.[1]
Early methods

The earliest editors, since they were designed for "hard-copy" terminals, provided keyboard commands to delineate contiguous regions of text, remove such regions, or move them to some other location in the file. Since moving a region of text required first removing it from its initial location and then inserting it into its new location various schemes had to be invented to allow for this multi-step process to be specified by the user.

Often this was done by the provision of a 'move' command, but some text editors required that the text be first put into some temporary location (AKA, "the clipboard") for later retrieval/placement.

Earlier control schemes such as NLS used a verb-object command structure, where the command name was provided first and the object to be copied or moved was second. The inversion from verb-object to object-verb on which copy and paste are based, where the user selects the object to be operated before initiating the operation, was an innovation crucial for the success of the desktop metaphor.[2]
Popularization

Although the mechanism was already in widespread use in early line and character editors, Lawrence G. Tesler (Larry Tesler) popularized "cut and paste" in the context of computer-based text-editing while working at Xerox Corporation Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in 19741975.[3]

Apple Computer widely popularized the computer-based cut-and-paste paradigm through the Lisa (1983) and Macintosh (1984) operating systems and applications. Apple mapped the functionalities to key-combinations consisting of the Command key (a special modifier key) held down while typing the letters X (for cut), C (for copy), and V (for paste), choosing a handful of keyboard sequences to control basic editing operations. The keys involved all cluster together at the left end of the bottom row of the standard QWERTY keyboard, and each key is combined with a special modifier key to perform the desired operation:
qwerty

Buna, TX

#89646 May 25, 2013
Emotional tension is in the air today, making it a fraught but exciting day. The fur could really fly between you and someone you fancy, especially if you aren't yet having a relationship with them. Try to channel all this energy into positive directions, such as doing something creative or transforming. It will also help to keep active.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89647 May 26, 2013
http://m.youtube.com/watch...

This young man is very talented, Nick Ogawa. I listened to his show on Woodsongs several years ago.Love this song;)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89648 May 26, 2013
More here this morning than my eyes can digest or that I want to know. Good Day.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89649 May 26, 2013
It's been a really tough week, and just getting tougher. Now my momma is sick. She is SO stubborn, though, she won't let me take her to the ER.
I have to go sit with dad and worry about her. NOT happy.
Jack Meoff

Pineville, KY

#89650 May 26, 2013
Agreed wrote:
<quoted text>
You should idiot. Look up where Murray is on that Madrid Fault Line. The BIRDS dropped dead in your area of Kentucky, not mine. So go jack yourself off while you can, you may get swallowed up by Mother Earth. That's a fact JACK. This site is way off your hater topix site radar and over your head in knowledge of what's going on in the world with the planet EARTH. So buzz off.


Cry me a f ucking river.
wondering

Booneville, KY

#89652 May 26, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=t F5l8YJVg1A
This young man is very talented, Nick Ogawa. I listened to his show on Woodsongs several years ago.Love this song;)
I love this guy also. Great song.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89653 May 26, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
It's been a really tough week, and just getting tougher. Now my momma is sick. She is SO stubborn, though, she won't let me take her to the ER.
I have to go sit with dad and worry about her. NOT happy.
If you have any nurses in the family, I'm sure that one could listen to the lungs and check their blood pressures, basic procedures. I agree with you- from having experience in the medical field- one must be healthy enough to care for others. It'll not her,your Dad any good if she doesn't get treatment herself. I use homeopathic ones myself because that's my preference; nonetheless, she's going to need her strength through proper care to be of assistance to your Dad.
EMT's at your local ambulance service could come out as well if she's too stubborn. Someone will assess her condition. Medical personnel will help you; I assure you. Bless you,Roaming. I will continue to say a prayer for recovery, mercy and peace for you. Never forget which is important not to neglect Roaming's well being;)
Pleasant day to all...
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89654 May 26, 2013
Jack Meoff wrote:
<quoted text>
Cry me a f ucking river.
Pent up anxiety,Hence the name. You recommending to cry that river so somebody can save you. Well, swim. Life can't be shit and giggles all the time.
Fine day to you as well. Take care of yourself,Jack.
believe your eyes

United States

#89656 May 26, 2013
Raised two different families.
paleeze

Scottsburg, IN

#89657 May 26, 2013
Agreed wrote:
<quoted text>
You should idiot. Look up where Murray is on that Madrid Fault Line. The BIRDS dropped dead in your area of Kentucky, not mine. So go jack yourself off while you can, you may get swallowed up by Mother Earth. That's a fact JACK. This site is way off your hater topix site radar and over your head in knowledge of what's going on in the world with the planet EARTH. So buzz off.
It is "NEW" Madrid, not "Madrid". Okay Neeeew Madrid? It is not even pronounced like the city in Spain. It would sound totally backwoods hick to just say "the Madrid Fault." Sounds like you would need a big chaw of baccer in your jaw to call it "the Madrid Fault". LOL Some people who think they know so much know so little.
denial

United States

#89658 May 26, 2013
Worst drug in the world.
Anne

United States

#89659 May 26, 2013
On a brighter note: beautiful day here!! Pulled the little ole aluminum row boat up in the yard and gave it a good scrubbing! Tomorrow we will seal some rivits. Repair the bench and give the floor a fresh coat of paint!!
Geez, these haters are a pain. I don't mind a good argument but this is ridiculous. Good night all....
So true

United States

#89660 May 26, 2013
Happy Memorial Day everyone.. May your memories of your loved ones fill your pain with ease, as we celebrate their life's.. Nite all. ..,
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#89662 May 27, 2013
Such trivial issues mean nothing in the overall scheme of life.

Since: Jul 12

Houston, TX

#89664 May 27, 2013
****ATTENTION!!! THIS IS ANOTHER BIG STEVIE ALERT!!!****

Today is Memorial Day, and Big Stevie would like to wish all of his friends, on this format, as well (yes!) as his enemies, a Happy Memorial Day. Though this is certainly NOT a happy day, it should be a respectful one. We should all just take a few moments to think about what our ancestors, who served in all of the wars, did for us in keeping our freedom intact, and this country alive. Though we are a divided nation, these days, and this is a sad thing, we are all still Americans and, as such, owe a debt of gratitude, that we can never fully repay, to all of our warriors, both alive and dead, who gave us this country, and have maintained all of our freedoms ever since. God bless them, God bless you, and God bless America!!!

This farmer had a wife who nagged him all the time. One day, while he was outside plowing the field, she came out and started nagging him. While she was doing this, the mule kicked her and she died.

At the funeral, the ladies came up and talked to the farmer. The farmer nodded his head "yes." The men came up and talked to him and the farmer nodded his head "no. there was this one man who wondered why he nodded his head "yes" to the ladies, and "no" to the men. So, he went up to the farmer and asked him why.

The farmer replied, "Well sir, when the ladies came up, they told me how pretty my wife's dress was, and how pretty she looked, and all, and I had to agree with them. When the men came up, though, they asked, "That mule for sale?"
SNL

Indianapolis, IN

#89665 May 27, 2013
Just wanted to say thanks to the gentle folk on this thread. I drop by every now and then to read your "high horse" posts and it's like a breath of fresh air, unlike the hateful, bitter and spiteful atmosphere of the gutter-dwellers. By attacking your optimism, they seek to drag you into their misery. I feel sorry for them, and hope they can find a spark of happiness somewhere.

Keep up the good vibes, and know that you're making a difference.

Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89666 May 27, 2013
Life is like a candy bar: It can be tasty; short and sweet,long,Salty,bit nutty. It could be sugar free, not very sweet.
You all have a pleasant day. The many birds have been making such happy sounds.
My thoughts are of beloved family members and the Soldiers who've passed.
May your day be filled with fond memories this Memorial Day:)
Rain Dancer

United States

#89667 May 27, 2013
Memorial Day sung by James McMurtry

I hope you enjoy it

Blueminer

United States

#89669 May 27, 2013
Hello Everyone. Best wishes on this day that is set aside to pay tribute to our heros and loved ones. Both living and passed.

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