Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,785

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Georgia Peaches

Alpharetta, GA

#75398 Nov 20, 2012
Hey Blueminer, your village idiot thinks I am you and his son thinks I am Abeliever. I laughed until I about lost my dinner reading their silly posts before they disappeared. Have a good run at them for me.
Georgia Peaches

Alpharetta, GA

#75399 Nov 20, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
Hello Ancient Wolf, Hempburn, "Nope", all decent folks posting ...and welcome back Blueminer (they really missed you, can't you tell).
I loved the Native American stories and facts we discussed early on in the thread. Wonder what happen to "wow". Can't remember the name they gave her. Do you Ancient Wolf? OJG might. I loved her stories too. Raven's post reminded me of this one I loved, I think you might have posted it:
Oh, Great Spirit, whose voice I hear in the wind,
Where breath gives life to all the world.
Hear me: I need your strength and wisdom,
Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have made,
and my ears sharp to hear your voice
Make me wise so that I may understand
the things you have taught my people.
Help me to remain calm and strong in the face of all that comes toward me.
Let me learn the lessons you have hidden in
every leaf and rock.
Help me seek pure thoughts and act with the
intention of helping others.
Help me find compassion without empathy
overwhelming me.
I seek strength, not to be greater than my brother,
but to fight my greatest enemy..
Myself (my fears and my doubts)
Make me always ready to come to you with clean hands and straight eyes,
SO WHEN LIFE FADES, AS THE FADING SUNSET.
MY SPIRIT MAY COME TO YOU WITHOUT SHAME.
(Translated by Lakota Sioux Chief Yellow Lark in 1887).
Out until late enjoying family Thanksgiving preparations and plans. Will be gone most of the weekend. Great weather, good food, loving family, childhood friends dropping by...Life is GOOD. I have been blessed. I am grateful everyday. Hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving and safe trip if your on the road.
Enjoy your night!
Thanks for posting. I enjoyed that. Don't let the putz run you off lady. I enjoy your post.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75403 Nov 20, 2012
cakes wrote:
<quoted text>
you're so good at slinging insults, but why do take such offense when it is given back to you, cupcake? You're not a good sport if you can't take a joke, and I barely even said anything truly insulting. Don't you like cupcakes?
A joke??? I just don't click on your virused websites, Sybil. You didn't say anything insulting at all Sybil. Sybil you are a silly fairy. The Fartman don't do that stuff, it's nasty. Now, quit your silly name changing and write Afakebeliever some poetry or something. Geez, Sybil you just ain't right in the head.
eraser

Stanton, KY

#75404 Nov 20, 2012
looks like the eraser is here tonight

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75408 Nov 20, 2012
eraser wrote:
looks like the eraser is here tonight
Hopefully they will erase your suggested virused links, Sybil.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#75412 Nov 21, 2012
I just now remembered something we were taught as children:

"Sticks and stones may break my bones,
But words will never harm me"
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#75413 Nov 21, 2012
Turkey day approacheth. Got to get the bird in a brine later today and do any prep that needs done for the side dishes and such. I enjoy cooking but a traditional thanksgiving turkey dinner is more like unskilled labor, it's just a matter of get it right no flare kind of cooking. Nomally a ham and a turkey feeds the crowd with a few leftovers friends and family take home. I'm glad people want to take home a plate for someone,,but dang it, I never get leftovers, lol. Dark meat rules!

Have a good one,,,,, trolls, not so much.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#75414 Nov 21, 2012
Thanksgiving has got to be a great time for the creatures where people that live in the "country" can set out a picked over turkey carcass and left overs along a woodline for them. Can you imagine being maybe a raccoon that happens upon a cooked turkey carcass, he'd wet his self with excitement, sort of like Uni would do if he won ten bucks on a lottery scratch off. You get the idea. I always put any uneaten items out for whatever may wonder by and sniff it out. Not practical in some areas but if you can I'm sure some animal would love it.

Have a nice day,,,,, trolls, not so much.
so true

Morgantown, KY

#75415 Nov 21, 2012
When we count our many blessings;
it isn't hard to see
that life's most valued treasures
are the treasures that are free.
For it isn't what we own or buy
...that signifies our wealth.
It's the special gifts that have no price;
our family, friends and health...

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75420 Nov 21, 2012
*cardiac.....got excited.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#75422 Nov 21, 2012
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup. Same old same old---having a good week?
Sorry I didn't check back in last night. My week is good I am off today and tomorrow for Thanksgiving. And, I am cooking a nice big meal for the family tomorrow. Turkey, yum, yum, yum. How is it going there??

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75425 Nov 21, 2012
Cheveyo m wrote:
<quoted text>We have much to be happy and thankful for my friend. You of all people know that truth well. I am proud to call you friend. We have water to drink food to eat shelter to keep us from the cold and rain and wind and snow. We have the wisdom of those who have passed and the joy of those that walk with us still. I will always consider you a true human being and a friend.
The negative has its small place in all things yet the light of joy always overcomes. Overwhelming light shines through the darkness banishing it and lighting the way for the true human beings who walk in light. I am a better person for having corresponded with you here. Your heart is true and your light shines bright for all with eyes to see. May you continue to be blessed my friend.
Wado Oginali.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =0FXTssR5fm8XX
Ugh, to much fire water and loco weed make head spin. Wad-O-buffalo poop. Ugh.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#75426 Nov 21, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving, Una. And, Miss E.
:o)

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75427 Nov 21, 2012
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
Happy Thanksgiving, Una. And, Miss E.
:o)
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Roaming.

“Cherokee Nation Will Return ”

Level 1

Since: Jun 11

Bird Clan

#75428 Nov 21, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Ugh, to much fire water and loco weed make head spin. Wad-O-buffalo poop. Ugh.
Be assured that my mind is still and clear. May I ask you a question? Thank you in advance.
Why do you allow the bad spirits to harness you? I will not judge you wrong or right for doing so. I only wonder at your motive for doing so. The kind woman that is the target of your maliciousness has no need for your approval. Neither do I for that matter. I only wonder why you see fit to try vainly at tormenting her.
Everything in the Cherokee environment — from corn and tobacco to eagles, deer, and snakes to fire and smoke to creeks and mountains to bad spirits— plays a central role in Cherokee myths as well as daily practices. Native peoples do not view themselves as separate from their environment — We are a part of it.
Much the same as other native peoples, the Cherokees do not try to rule over nature but instead try to keep their proper place within it. A healer might listen to the spirit of a plant to find out what disease that plant could cure. A hunter might ask the spirits of animals for guidance and forgiveness for hunting them.
In order to respect and cooperate with all of nature, the Cherokee found ways to conserve its parts. When Cherokees gather medicinal plants in the forest, they harvest only every fourth one they find, leaving the other three to grow undisturbed for a future use.
All of these practices contribute to the balance of our world. The Cherokees believe that if the balance of nature is upset, everyone will have trouble. We fear a loss of balance could cause sickness, bad weather, failed crops, poor hunting, and many other problems. Human beings are responsible for keeping the balance within themselves and between the animals, the plants, and most importantly- other people. Can we not be nice to other human beings without ridicule? Is that too much to ask. Thank you again- Cheveyo

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75429 Nov 21, 2012
Cheveyo m wrote:
<quoted text>Be assured that my mind is still and clear. May I ask you a question? Thank you in advance.
Why do you allow the bad spirits to harness you? I will not judge you wrong or right for doing so. I only wonder at your motive for doing so. The kind woman that is the target of your maliciousness has no need for your approval. Neither do I for that matter. I only wonder why you see fit to try vainly at tormenting her.
Everything in the Cherokee environment — from corn and tobacco to eagles, deer, and snakes to fire and smoke to creeks and mountains to bad spirits— plays a central role in Cherokee myths as well as daily practices. Native peoples do not view themselves as separate from their environment — We are a part of it.
Much the same as other native peoples, the Cherokees do not try to rule over nature but instead try to keep their proper place within it. A healer might listen to the spirit of a plant to find out what disease that plant could cure. A hunter might ask the spirits of animals for guidance and forgiveness for hunting them.
In order to respect and cooperate with all of nature, the Cherokee found ways to conserve its parts. When Cherokees gather medicinal plants in the forest, they harvest only every fourth one they find, leaving the other three to grow undisturbed for a future use.
All of these practices contribute to the balance of our world. The Cherokees believe that if the balance of nature is upset, everyone will have trouble. We fear a loss of balance could cause sickness, bad weather, failed crops, poor hunting, and many other problems. Human beings are responsible for keeping the balance within themselves and between the animals, the plants, and most importantly- other people. Can we not be nice to other human beings without ridicule? Is that too much to ask. Thank you again- Cheveyo
Thank you for the history of the Cherokee beliefs, as if I give a rats patoot. No bad spirits here. The bad spirits are most likely coming out of a bottle of Old Crow.

You asked and here it is. Your beloved friend is a fake and a hater, cussing like a drunken sailor in one breath and pulling a miss goody two shoes act in the next breath.

Afakebeliever wishes ill upon everyone that don't kiss her grubby butt. She thought she was and is the boss of this topic and no one was allowed to post that didn't play smoochie with her hind end. She still can't get over it without posting hate for those she don't like being here. If you can't read it in her your posts, you are blind.

Enough of her copy & paste spam already. Sometimes one has to act like a human being to be treated like one. I address her posts lightly compared to the way the Fake addresses me. I can't even post the nasty names she has called me. Lady? LOL. In my opinion a spite filled, can't get her way, tantrum throwing nut.

I hope she sends you a nice check for your lovely compliments. Maybe you can buy yourself some fuzzy bunny house slippers to match your housecoat.

Fartfully,
Theodore F. Fartinsky
The Great Una Farter

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#75430 Nov 21, 2012
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Roaming.
Thanks much!
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#75431 Nov 21, 2012
Uni was once bitten by an elder rattle snake, it was full of powerful venom, after five days of terrible inscrutiating pain,,, the rattle snake, died.

Have a good one,,,,, trolls, not so much.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#75435 Nov 21, 2012
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks much!
You're welcome.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#75436 Nov 21, 2012
Can't wait for that Thanksgiving turkey!

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