Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81774 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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Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89710 May 28, 2013
Hey birdthreaders...Welcome back OJG. Great to see you post. Got to go back and read up from yesterday. BRB
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89711 May 28, 2013
HAARP wrote:
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...can create tornadoes and earthquakes
Hello Belie. Hope you are enjoying our great weather. Going to get hot again. Wonder how often HAARP is used. The weather is a trip. 3ft of snow in New York this weekend, more tornadoes and storms heading this way. I think Kentucky will be spared once it hits Kansas it seems to veer North. Fine by me. Let Ind/Ill/Ohio have it. Like I said, it always seems to hit the Ohio River and spare us. So grateful.

Tornadoes, thunderstorms loom again over much of US

A large section of the country - from Texas across the Plains and to the Midwest - was under at least a slight risk of severe thunderstorms Tuesday, the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center said.

Among the major cities in the line of fire were Kansas City, Chicago, Milwaukee and Des Moines, Iowa.

Tornadoes were also possible on Tuesday with clusters of severe storms forming from the Mexico border in Texas, northward to South Dakota and eastward as far as Pittsburgh, according to weather.com .
et more from weather.com

“The tornado threat seems highest from west-central Illinois west to Kansas, then southwest into west Oklahoma and northwest Texas,” Weather Channel meteorologist Kevin Roth warned.

Roth added that Oklahoma City - whose suburbs were devastated by tornadoes just over a week ago - was in the line of fire and could see more tornadoes Wednesday.

Thunderstorms producing 60 mph wind gusts and half-dollar-size hail bore down on parts of Colorado and Kansas on Tuesday morning, with the National Weather Service warning residents to take cover.
Parts of Interstate 70 in western Colorado were included in the warning area.

Those warnings came just an hour after nearly identical forecasts for parts of Missouri, with the weather service office in St. Louis saying damage to vehicles, crops, trees and housing exteriors was expected.

A flash-flood watch was in effect for northeast and central Missouri and parts of central Illinois, and a flood warning was issued for the La Moine River at Ripley, Mo.

The storm threat was predicted to continue through the week, with severe storms likely Wednesday and Thursday across the Plains and upper Midwest, Roth said.

The tornado threat was considered highest on Wednesday from southeastern Nebraska to north-central Texas.

On Thursday, tornado outbreaks were likely from the upper Mississippi Valley and eastern Dakotas south to central Oklahoma, Roth said.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/05/28/18...

Billie Holiday - Stormy Weather


REO Speedwagon - Ridin' The Storm Out *Live 1977*
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89712 May 28, 2013
betty wrote:
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lol........ would have traded time at a BBQ and memorial at the cemetery for the day i had in a heart beat. did stop at a car lot handing out hot dogs so i cant say i didn't score a free meal. was not a bad day after all i suppose, but still would have picked a BBQ and time with family had i been given a choice, poop duty is apparently less fun then normal when you know your soon to be unemployed hubby is chatting it up with the family and forgetting to pack you a plate. go figure lol. but im not bitter! oh no...not me...never.:)
but once again....my mom has come to the rescue and packed me a plate i just have to go get it tomorrow....love her.
moral of the story: hubby gets to live another day (yep...totally irrational) and i should learn to just calm it down a little before my eye twitches its self out of socket and not get so upset about such dumbness..... but there were a couple hours mid day that i was chanting in my head "its not worth the jail time....not worth it at all"
about the time i stopped off for the hotdog i stopped seeing red so im just going to blame it on the empty stomach. really i am thankful i have the time to worry over the trivial things. could have it so much worse.
hope everyone had a great memorial day.
Glad your Mom fixed you up. I love pulled pork. My favorite. Hilarious story we have (us women) have all probably experienced. They just don't think sometimes. lol Sure would of loved to seen you at the memorial. It was awesome.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89713 May 28, 2013
My father shared this youtube with me:


It is from Britain's got talent. One of the best shadow shows I have seen. This Hungarian group based this show ona true story, which makes it more touching. Enjoy!
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89714 May 28, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
When I think of those that have sacrificed all, I think of 14 year olds Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and 11 year old Denise McNair as well as 10 year old Sarah Collins that lost an eye.
All were on their way to Sunday School on September 15, 1963 with the lesson for the day to be "Love Thy Neighbor". At a minimum, I can speak out against hatred and bigotry,
Agreed. I seen where they were honored this past weekend. Sad day in America.

Hey, you are jumping back and forth from Nicholasville to Lexington. haha I can't jump back to Etown yet, but at least I am back in Kentucky. lol

I hope you had a great weekend.
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89715 May 28, 2013
Fun & thrifty trips for all 50 nifty states

Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

In the rolling Kentucky Hills, you can trek deep into Mammoth Cave, the world's longest known cave system. More than 350 miles of the caves have been mapped, and there are still unexplored paths to be discovered. Tours take you from a quarter-mile to 5.5 miles in, showing you a new world of natural and historic wonders.

http://living.msn.com/family-parenting/fun-in...

Need a summer vacation destination?
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89716 May 28, 2013
Glad I did Mammoth Cave in my very younger days, you would not catch me going underground in the Madrid Fault Zone now that I have seen the earthquake reports since the birds fell dead. lol

Prehistoric Los Angeles: Earthquake Genesis
Network: Discovery

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

Lenore, WV

#89717 May 28, 2013
Speaking of HAARP, I came across this info a few months back and saved it for the group.

HAARP
Detection and Imaging of Underground Structures Using ELF/VLF Radio Waves
http://www.fas.org/irp/program/collect/haarp....

Title: Russian parliament concerned about US plans to develop new weapon (2002).
Sourceline: CEP20020808000087 Moscow Interfax in English
http://www.fas.org/irp/program/collect/haarp-...
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89718 May 28, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
My father shared this youtube with me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =a4Fv98jttYAXX
It is from Britain's got talent. One of the best shadow shows I have seen. This Hungarian group based this show na true story, which makes it more touching. Enjoy!
I seen that the following the day. So many people posted it. I love those acts. AGT had an act similiar. Awesome

Hope your Dad is doing alright.

Love, hugs, and blessings to all of you.:)
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89720 May 28, 2013
Interesting findings in a new study about H7N9

H7N9 flu study hints at limited human-to-human spread

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/05/24/h7n-...
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89721 May 28, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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I seen that the following the day. So many people posted it. I love those acts. AGT had an act similiar. Awesome
Hope your Dad is doing alright.
Love, hugs, and blessings to all of you.:)
Yeah, my dad is doing great.

I never heard why you switched jobs.

Love, hugs, and blessings back atcha.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89722 May 28, 2013
Check back later on. It is time to go cook.

((((Big big hugs))))
Hope

Logan, WV

#89723 May 28, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
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I miss you too! Topix freezes my computer to the point of having to restart. I lose a lot of research.=( Yep, the kiddos are out of school. My Taurus starts high school next year.
what is hubby going to take in school?
I have to change my master's and basically start over, but it is very well worth it. It will mean the difference of over $100K per year and will save credits needed for my PhD (and about $25K in educational costs). The best news is that I can still work remotely and not have to move to a city. Yay!!!! Needless to say, after I found out about the sign on bonus, yearly bonuses that are more than I make in 3 years, plus the regular paychecks...um, I danced around for days! Half the trailer court was ready to dance to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =2vTEstU1MRkXX The Contours - Do You Love Me. I have no clue why it was that song that stuck in my head. LOL
It is HOT today over this way. The weather has been pretty good. A lot of rain last week and a bad storm that caused me to leave the trailer.
I am starting to get back into the swing of things. I should be able to stop in more often now. Well, unless I have too much research up that I do not feel like saving. My favorites is full and I am getting used to a great new research program that is a time saver, but I still do not want to pack it full of things I will only use once.
nice to see you back on this thread...a lot of things have happened (and a lot didn't happen, thankfully) since we last had our discussions. Syria will not be invaded and there will be no WW III on account of the made up threats from Iran and North Korea...I'm curious to hear your take on all of this.
Anonymous

Owensboro, KY

#89724 May 28, 2013
have heard this for years.
Landlord

Los Angeles, CA

#89725 May 28, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>Glad your Mom fixed you up. I love pulled pork. My favorite. Hilarious story we have (us women) have all probably experienced. They just don't think sometimes. lol Sure would of loved to seen you at the memorial. It was awesome.
Flying pigs
Mammaw

Los Angeles, CA

#89726 May 28, 2013
It's raining
look before u step

Los Angeles, CA

#89727 May 28, 2013
Government is a joke
G1307293-10A95BV 5

Benton, KY

#89728 May 28, 2013
look before u step wrote:
Government is a joke
Thank you for sharing your thoughts in a public forum. Agents of the government will be further monitoring your every move. Sleep well.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#89729 May 28, 2013
Hope wrote:
<quoted text>
nice to see you back on this thread...a lot of things have happened (and a lot didn't happen, thankfully) since we last had our discussions. Syria will not be invaded and there will be no WW III on account of the made up threats from Iran and North Korea...I'm curious to hear your take on all of this.
The Syria situation is one to watch. Everyone has their hands and nose in Syria. Hezbollah has sent a few thousand fighters to back Assad, which has stained their reputation amongst Muslims that back the opposition. Hezbollah’s presence in Syria is raising the risk of Lebanon being drawn into the conflict. There have been a few incidents in Lebanon already and some uprisings from Lebanese civilians concerning the spillover and refugee situation. Hezbollah and Iran will not back down from this one. As a matter a fact, Hezbollah is looking forward to troubles in the Golan Heights.

Russia is sending the S-300 anti-aircraft missiles. This will make a no fly zone extra fun and that is only if one could ever gain approval anyways. Russia is pretty firm that it will veto any action in Syria and it will be interesting to see how they (backers of the opposition) manage to interfere anyways. So far, interference has come from everyone but the U.S.(publicly speaking).

The rebels are currently in a losing battle. The rebels have been surrounded, mainly by Hezbollah fighters, in Qusaya and backup units have not been able to make it for whatever reason. Backup was sent and has never arrived. A main supply route for the rebels is cut off making their situation even more troubling. At the moment, rebels are mainly dying and Hezbollah has promised victory.

Syria does not need to be invaded for this war to go regional. It is hard to tell what will happen if it does blow into a regional conflict. Heck, everyone is already involved anyways.
sucka

AOL

#89730 May 28, 2013
we should keep giving arms to the so called rebels { alquida }

and let Russia give arms to Syria ,..

it a win win -

let Syria kill as many alquida fighters as they can ,..
as we pretend to back the rebels ,..
a dead ghehadist is a good ghehadist !

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