Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81678 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

Luck, WI

#93770 Nov 2, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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Guess I'll have to head to "The Farm" when the SHTF.
Ever wonder...who came up with SHTF?
I mean, who had the bright idea to throw it in there, and how long did it take them to figure out it was a bad idea?
Imposter

London, KY

#93771 Nov 2, 2013
Tollesboro Guy wrote:
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If it ever comes to Martial Law, and the county mounties are tasked with rounding up registered handguns, I'll just wait until I run out of ammo and they would be very lucky to have survived that scene...
Staties, Feds, call 'em all and by then my Patriot buds will be here. It will likely make the news when they come after me. Or any other true Kentuckian.
As the Emperor of Japan once stated, Quote: You can never invade the mainland United States, there would be a rifle behind every blade of grass. End Quote: Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy during WWII is whom the quote was attributed but has never been 100% confirmed.
That's how it is here on "The Farm".
I've always said that gun grabbers will have a handfull when it comes to me too. My objective wont be to win, I know a TOW missile will find its way through my door sooner or later.
My objective will be to take out as many tyrant pigs as I can before they get old Imposter. My gun comes at high cost, as high as I can make it for them, it may be pried from a cold dead hand, but the barrel will be hot enough.
wow

Hyden, KY

#93772 Nov 2, 2013
found a dead bird thread.now how many big birds do you think has to die this thanks giving the turkey ,3.1 million in Canada.here the number cant be figured.big birds down and dead.and lot on here will be eating them youck..try some veggies.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93773 Nov 2, 2013
qwerty wrote:
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Ever wonder...who came up with SHTF?
I mean, who had the bright idea to throw it in there, and how long did it take them to figure out it was a bad idea?
Many years ago under the prior regime, The Shah of Iran took a vacation and left the Shan in charge. While the Shah was away, the Shan thought this would be an opportune time to have a big party.

So he called in all his friends and had a big drunken orgy. During the midst of the merry-making, the Shan had an epileptic seizure and got the tremors. At which time the Shah walked back in and saw the orgy in full swing and yelled "What's going on here"?

A drunk looks up squinting an eye and says "Where were you when the fit hit the Shan"?
Anne

United States

#93774 Nov 2, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
FEMA camps and martial law are very scary!
I've seen those FEMA houses on the gulf in Mississippi! Tiny little things but better than a blanket under a bridge for sure .
Wow it's been hectic around this thread the last day or so. Halloween really got it going!! And there's still talk about birds---of a different kind. Lol

Have a wonderful evening !

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#93776 Nov 2, 2013
qwerty wrote:
<quoted text>Ever wonder...who came up with SHTF?
I mean, who had the bright idea to throw it in there, and how long did it take them to figure out it was a bad idea?
Like that book "Spots On The Wall" by Hu Flung Pu

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#93777 Nov 2, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>I've seen those FEMA houses on the gulf in Mississippi! Tiny little things but better than a blanket under a bridge for sure .
Wow it's been hectic around this thread the last day or so. Halloween really got it going!! And there's still talk about birds---of a different kind. Lol

Have a wonderful evening !
You too Anne! Watch out if the guys try to trick you to climb the monkey bars!
Anne

United States

#93778 Nov 2, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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You too Anne! Watch out if the guys try to trick you to climb the monkey bars!
Oh, I have met their type many times before. Lol but thank you for the warning of their trickery. Wolves in Sheeps clothing? Nah. Plain ole wolves. Lol
qwerty

Luck, WI

#93779 Nov 2, 2013
Or show us how high she can jump on the trampoline...
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#93780 Nov 2, 2013
I was always a tree swing kinda girl. The boys would climb on the vines and swing from one hillside to the other. Nothing like monkeys in a tree. Lol.Every little red riding hood likes to get herself a Wolf; they just make life more livelier. Hehehe.
Lovely day here. It was pleasant weather;)Back to lonely nights until the middle of December. Glad for the time we get though. Can't help but feel we're being cheated on our life together. Sometimes, I just don't think money is that important. It's kind of like a rainy night in Georgia and the drops keep coming.Well, at least no big wind has come along to create any havoc. Shew!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93782 Nov 2, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
I was always a tree swing kinda girl. The boys would climb on the vines and swing from one hillside to the other. Nothing like monkeys in a tree. Lol.Every little red riding hood likes to get herself a Wolf; they just make life more livelier. Hehehe.
Lovely day here. It was pleasant weather;)Back to lonely nights until the middle of December. Glad for the time we get though. Can't help but feel we're being cheated on our life together. Sometimes, I just don't think money is that important. It's kind of like a rainy night in Georgia and the drops keep coming.Well, at least no big wind has come along to create any havoc. Shew!
You ever wonder why Tarzan had no last name? His final words were "Who greased the grapevine"? lol I am very familiar with swinging on a vine across a hollow. The swinging was great fun... the vine breaking and landing on a tree stump was not.

Money is not all that important if the rat race to have material things is the objective. I am much more happy since I got rid of those material things that controlled my life. KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) has been my motto now for a few years.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93783 Nov 2, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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Like that book "Spots On The Wall" by Hu Flung Pu
or "Under the Bleachers" by Seymour Buttes.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93784 Nov 3, 2013
POOH, now I have to wait an extra hour before I can go to Church and get back home for lunch. I wonder if the preacher will get the message and hurry if he sees me eating peanut butter and crackers from my pocket? LOL
oh so lovely

Fayetteville, NC

#93787 Nov 3, 2013
very interesting
Tollesboro Guy

Versailles, KY

#93788 Nov 3, 2013
oh so lovely wrote:
very interesting
What's so interesting, just us KY folk chatting away. Where you from boy?
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#93789 Nov 3, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I love that song. Lefty Frizzel
I wouldn't have let them hang you -- I would have said "he was on Topix the whole time"
""AAUUGGGHHHHhhh !!""......You make me dizzy Miss LizziEEE!! I was making no confessions as to Who-Dunnit but, Lawdy Miss Claudy, I do thank you for your kindness! But yes, everyone from Lefty to the Mod-Folk have recorded that song. Oh, by the way, did you know that is was written by a woman at night and just several guitar pickers got together the same night and recorded it,....so I've read. John Anderson of "Swang'n" fame does a ....well, fairly good job on it with that steel guitar voice of his.
Prickly

West Liberty, KY

#93790 Nov 4, 2013
Wow
Boris

Pikeville, KY

#93791 Nov 4, 2013
Can anyone say Fukushima .. Check out USGS page type in Fukushima you will find large areas of fallout in Western Kentucky.
Anne

United States

#93794 Nov 4, 2013
Uh , ya gotta pay back every cent plus interest. Why you so excited about going into debt?
But if it helps you out and you make a million that's great!
Anne

United States

#93795 Nov 4, 2013
Good Evening, bird threaders. Hope everyone is A-OK! I'm tired and crabby.
I took the postcards from The Laura Ingalls Wilder birthplace museum in wisconsin over to some of the Amish kids. The local Amish community use her books in their schools reading curriculum so the postcard pictures and bookmarks were of special interest to them. Then I stopped at an Amish bake sale and yard sale. Bought some yummy oatmeal cookies. However sitting there in the yard sale were 2 sets of dishes I had unloaded on them last summer.. I had kinda wondered why they would take the bright floral dishes as theirs generally are not so loud in color. Lol.
Sigh. Maybe tomorrow morning I'll row around the little pond. I need the exercise and now that I'm back home ...well, lets just say I'm getting lazy

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