Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81699 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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the big dude


#91042 Jul 22, 2013
bacon sucks,.....
it will kill you ,...
just say no
the big dude


#91043 Jul 22, 2013
piggies go to trays and eat
and EAT some MORE ,.....

and then complain about the place,....

trays is loosing money on YOU big eaters ,....
-if you dont like it,....
go eat some dip pouch laden crapola pizza from pizza hut ,..
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91044 Jul 22, 2013
With the weather being so hot and humid, the bears have decided to submerge themselves. Lol. So cute...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91045 Jul 22, 2013
It has been raining really big here all day and my creek is rolling, but at least it is not so hot.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91046 Jul 22, 2013
I agree. We had a shower earlier. Looks like more rain on the way. It seems to have cooled down as well;) I know, the kitchen has been sweltering lately between the heat from the stove and temps. I noticed that the mercury/ fluorecent bulbs seem to put off a lot of heat as well. I've been sitting and relaxing in dark most nights.
Good evening to All. Am going to watch some Breaking Bad episodes and listen to some Boz Skaggs.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08


#91047 Jul 22, 2013
A beautiful day!
Big Tuna

Elizabethtown, KY

#91049 Jul 22, 2013
My brother cooked a brisket this Sunday. Spent about 24 hours on it. It was awesome. Even better warmed up. I'm not sure if its good for you. Probably not. Took my son fishing, and he caught about 13 bluegills. All of them were keepers, but I just don't want to keep them.
Have a great night!

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#91050 Jul 22, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
A beautiful day!
Rained here. But the garden liked it. Had a fried bologna sandwich and thought about UNA

Charleston, WV

#91051 Jul 22, 2013
Free energy technology is here!
Look up Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, the man behind the technology, probably the most important man of the century next to Nikola Tesla.
Timber wolf

United States

#91054 Jul 23, 2013
Well today has started out great ;) I went down to the tool shed and found my big crack pipe I had back when I was a youngster and I loaded it up and took me about 7-8 really good hits off of it now I'll be able to haul all those loads of wood I have to haul today by myself because uncle John who usually helps is still laid up in bed with his 20 year old step daughter who lately he has become very fond of .
She's a really good woman though and she doesn't mind getting those hands dirty one bit . Very hard worker which is hard to find in a woman now days .
Every so often when the wife is out of town and John and I have the cabin all to ourselves John invites Sadie the step daughter over to spend the evening with us we all three join together for a fun filled night when the sun goes down . With not having electric to the cabin yet it gets kind of lonely sitting here smoking on the pipe all alone and Sadie seems to enjoy herself a lot after only two or three hits off of the old faithful pipe she'll let us do whatever it is we want to do with her which makes a fun evening by candle light .
She usually likes to get on top of me and ride my dick in that position for a long period of time until she finds herself Trembling and shaking . Not really for sure if the woman is getting off or having some sort of reaction from the pipe , but that doesn't stop ol John from putting his dick inside her mouth while she's on top of me .
Usually towards the end of the evening she likes it when John and I is filling up both holes , her ass and her pussy but we ol farm boys always like to keep the woman of the house happy so we let her do as she pleases . Everyone have a great day like mine has started out .

Buna, TX

#91055 Jul 23, 2013
Over the next forty weeks your birds will be even more important to you than usual. You even have experiences that remind you about some of your bird feeders in life, especially if you've had to neglect them recently. These will encompass everything from what you spend your money on to your beliefs and the code by which you live your life.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91056 Jul 23, 2013
The rain guage shows about 3 inches of rain yesterday and from all appearances, there is more on the way.

London, KY

#91060 Jul 23, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
The rain guage shows about 3 inches of rain yesterday and from all appearances, there is more on the way.
You got a lot more rain out there than I did here. The weather sometimes goes around this spot because of how the mountain lays.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#91062 Jul 23, 2013
Good morning, folks. Cloudy with impending rain today. The garden is pushing out cucumbers constantly. I keep a few and give the rest away to the neighbors. I have 4 watermelon that are starting to grow to a decent size. They may be ready to pick later in this week or the beginning of the next. Can't keep my eyes open the past few days, and I find myself nodding off at the computer before I even finish one post. Hope everyone is well BTW, does anyone have a good remedy for exposure to poison oak? I found myself knee-deep in the stuff before I realized what it was. Been taking Benadryl, but with only fair success.

London, KY

#91064 Jul 23, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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Rained here. But the garden liked it. Had a fried bologna sandwich and thought about UNA
TUF sure knew how to keep people laughing. He wont be forgotten as long as I have any mind left.

United States

#91066 Jul 23, 2013
Thank you. Amen

United States

#91068 Jul 23, 2013
I've read time and again about UNA. He must have been really special. I am so sorry he is no longer with us.

Atlanta, GA

#91070 Jul 23, 2013
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91073 Jul 23, 2013
Slippery elm bark can be used as a poultice for poison ivy and poison oak. I usually moisten the bark and cover the spots with gauze. Hope, it helps.

United States

#91074 Jul 23, 2013
My husband has a difficult time with any outbreak of poison--ivy, oak .. He ends up having to go to the doctor every time. He is so miserable and always talks about home remedies but we can't ever seem to find slippery elm.

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