Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81706 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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Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56552 Jun 11, 2012
BANKROLL wrote:
<quoted text>
I've studied a lil bit of every religion. Was never taken to Church often. Mainly studying Hebrew lately, but wasn't raised any certain religion, but had cousins that had many different denominations, however my mother attended Catholic School.
I understand. The one thing I can say with utmost certainty is I KNOW
of our Father in Heaven and all around Us. I won't go much deeper into it here though. Simply because it is just not the good place to do so.
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56553 Jun 11, 2012
It was a term soldiers came up with in Vietnam.When something goes disastrously wrong.

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56554 Jun 11, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
<quoted text>
These tv evangelist were only out to take peoples money,but now they have gotten into politics.This is the time in all histories when great civilizations fall.My Great great great great Grandmother was burned at the stake for suspected of being a bitch.
Interesting. Are you familiar with ergotism?

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56555 Jun 11, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
Let me try that again...fubar = F'd Up Beyond All Recognition
I'm familiar, fubar just didn't click.
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56556 Jun 11, 2012
Umm I'm on the Richmond forum.lol

No search results for: Troll

Don't see what you're looking for? View all threads in the Scottsville forum

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56557 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
Umm I'm on the Richmond forum.lol
No search results for: Troll
Don't see what you're looking for? View all threads in the Scottsville forum
??? Ya lost me.
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56558 Jun 12, 2012
The convulsive symptoms that can be a result of consuming ergot-tainted rye have been said to be the cause of accusations of bewitchment that spurred the Salem witch trials.Personally I think the kids just started a hateful revenged streak on their perceived enemies,and anyone who rose in protest was accused.so they joined in.A sort of lynch mob mentality.But I could be wrong
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56559 Jun 12, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
<quoted text>
??? Ya lost me.
I typed in Troll in the search Richmond forum.And that was the result==Don't see what you're looking for? View all threads in the Scottsville forum? Isn't that where Una's from? lol
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56560 Jun 12, 2012
Wow it's late.I guess I'm about trolled out.Looks like I must not have used the right bait lol.

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56561 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
The convulsive symptoms that can be a result of consuming ergot-tainted rye have been said to be the cause of accusations of bewitchment that spurred the Salem witch trials.Personally I think the kids just started a hateful revenged streak on their perceived enemies,and anyone who rose in protest was accused.so they joined in.A sort of lynch mob mentality.But I could be wrong
We did a little research once and I seem to recall that through history events similar to the Salem witch hunts, and trials happened in areas where rye was cultivated. I also see your point of the lynch mob syndrome.
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56562 Jun 12, 2012
Adiós mi amigo

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56563 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
<quoted text>
I typed in Troll in the search Richmond forum.And that was the result==Don't see what you're looking for? View all threads in the Scottsville forum? Isn't that where Una's from? lol
Yes...probably. But this is Topix. Who really knows. I expect that sooner or later Una will try to engage me in a civil conversation.
Supposedly we don't really know his name. I have made mine no secret.
Una can be a well spoken person. Realistically I could be conversing with Una now. lol

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56564 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
Adiós mi amigo
Ciao
Innocent Bystander

Winchester, KY

#56565 Jun 12, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
<quoted text>
Realistically I could be conversing with Una now. lol
NO NO NO! LOL.My last nickname was uH oH.
Que la paix soit avec votre ami.Now I must go.

Since: Jan 10

Cloud Nineville

#56566 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
<quoted text>NO NO NO! LOL.My last nickname was uH oH.
Que la paix soit avec votre ami.Now I must go.
Well all right! Thanks for the best conversation I have ever had on Topix! Who would've thought it possible?...Good Night Friend
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#56567 Jun 12, 2012
Innocent Bystander wrote:
Let me try that again...fubar = F'd Up Beyond All Recognition
When in the military many years ago during the Vietnam Era, the last word was "repair" meaning it is too far gone to be fixed. Another was "SNAFU" or "Situation Normal, all F'd up" amd when it really did not matter anymore because you had orders to go home. that was "FIGMO" or " FFF it, got my orders". That would be similar to the amount of work you could get from someone that had already given their 2 week's notice.

The military was big on useage of pseudo-words using the first letters, they even used them in unit designations. "SAC" was Strategic Air command and "MAC" was Military Airlift Command.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#56568 Jun 12, 2012
BANKROLL wrote:
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If your scared go to Church, or follow the bible like a manual.
I am not scared because I go with the 2nd option, since I don't think many churches do and going there would be scary or at least confusing the manual.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#56569 Jun 12, 2012
A former regular poster from wayback with the ID of "PEACE" came up with a name for the TV evangelists and those leaders of the big business of church, which I have plagarized a time or two. It was "Pastor Fat Wallet" lol
sorry

Louisville, KY

#56570 Jun 12, 2012
go to bullitt county detenton topix for great dialog. I need responses
ReallyDontCare

Frankfort, KY

#56571 Jun 12, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
Say hi to what could soon be the biggest domestic cat ever
Rupert is no ordinary cat. Weighing in at a staggering 20 pounds, the feline is only 2 years old and is expected to pack on another 11 pounds before he's fully grown, which would make him one of the world's biggest cats. With three Australian "Cat of the Year" awards under his flea collar, this big boy has loads of street (and stage) cred. Although his owner boasts of his "magnificent, wild look," we wouldn't want to run into him in a dark alley -- he'll be the size of an adult bobcat when he's grown. But chillax: This Maine coon cat is more likely to curl up in the chair next to you than attack.
http://now.msn.com/now/0611-rupert-biggest-ca...
bet he likes rattrolls
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