Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,729

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

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Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#76603 Dec 5, 2012
Oglala wrote:
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Did you know that Curly was an accomplished pianist and extremely intelligent? He certainly created the opposite persona when acting as Curly on the Three Stooges, delighting young and old for more than three generations.
You are probably too young to remember Bonanza, a tv show but it starred a 'slow' witted "Hoss Cartwright" played by Dan Blocker, he was actually and english teacher the only one on the show with a masters degree. I think his degree was in dramatic arts. He played the fools roll very well.
CrazyasUR

Russellville, KY

#76604 Dec 5, 2012
Oglala wrote:
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Chemtrails are a spray consisting of barium, aluminum, and other particulate matter. You can see airplanes spraying this stuff in a criss-cross pattern, which over time, spreads out into a layer of clouds. They differ from contrails, which is an exhaust from planes. This exhaust does not spread out to form lingering clouds. It quickly disappears from the sky. Also, you don't have the planes flying back and forth, making a checkerboard pattern. What people can't figure out is the reason for the chemtrails. Barium and aluminum can cause respiratory problems if inhaled in large quantities.
Chemtrails are similar to the radio waves the government uses for mind control. Only a few people are aware of such things. Most are confined in mental hospitals.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#76605 Dec 5, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I had some guineas last year. Gee are they a noisy lot. They can fly faster and further than chickens and spent much time up on the roof of my house just so they could ruin my afternoon naps. LOL
My grandparents had guineas. They roam a lot and are hard to restrict to the farm. They had some weird hairy footed african chickens too that were pretty cool, perhaps a houdan breed.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76606 Dec 5, 2012
I think that too often the General Public (including this thread) have experienced well intended actions by governments that have gone awry and the effects turned out different than what was planned and we have become very suspicious especially when those things that went wrong are kept quiet and not reported. Is overuse of flouride in the water harmful?

Having never seen a chemtrail in this area, I googled the "Emerald Ash Borer chemtrails" and found several internet postings on that subject. Then the sightings posted on this thread seem to be mainly centered around government controlled lands and installations such as Fort Knox, Land Between the Lake in West Ky, and the Daniel Boone National Forest. This leads me to believe that the intent to control the Emerald Ash Borer might well be what killed the birds in Murray which is near the Land Between the Lakes.

I do know that "Rotenone" has been used to control undesirable fish populations and in the mid 1950s it was overused in a Central Kentucky lake and killed darn near everything with dead fish everywhere including the desirable species and yet there was never a report that "we messed up". People and governments just have a problem admitting they made or make mistakes.
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76607 Dec 5, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I wanted to tell one more funny thing about my chickens. I wear some moccasins with leather shoe laces and if I wear them to the chicken house, the hens take great fun at trying to untie my shoe laces.
Dog is back from the tree. Good night to everyone.... Round 2.
I can believe that. lol My geese use to pick at everything on me that they didn't think looked just right. That was when I would occassionally get pinched kind of hard. I think the funniest thing with them was to do with my cat. When they were babies she would stalk them and I was afraid she would jump on one and kill it. Well when they grew up she paid for it! LOL She would get up on the picnic table to get away from them and they would reach up and bite her feet! Funny! I bet she was thinking how she wished she had killed them while she could. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76609 Dec 5, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
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You are probably too young to remember Bonanza, a tv show but it starred a 'slow' witted "Hoss Cartwright" played by Dan Blocker, he was actually and english teacher the only one on the show with a masters degree. I think his degree was in dramatic arts. He played the fools roll very well.
Bonanza's popularity centerend around the fact that it was one of the first Westerns shown in color when most shows were still black and white. Rememeber the NBC peacock "IN LIVING COLOR".
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76610 Dec 5, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
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You are probably too young to remember Bonanza, a tv show but it starred a 'slow' witted "Hoss Cartwright" played by Dan Blocker, he was actually and english teacher the only one on the show with a masters degree. I think his degree was in dramatic arts. He played the fools roll very well.
I loved Hoss! He always seemed so sweet on the show. But I do recall one time I was going to run away and go marry Little Joe. lol But turns out Michael Landon (Little Joe) wasn't so nice. There was a man who worked on the set of his show, Highway to Heaven, who had a bad stuttering problem. In a documentary about Landon they said that he would tease that man really badly, just tormment the poor guy. Because of that I don't even care to watch any of his shows anymore. Don't you just hate it when somebody you like such as that turns out to be a jerk or just let's you down in some way? Another example is the dad on the Brady Bunch. Who would have thought he was gay! And Rock Hudson, another young girl's let down! lol I do still love the Brady Bunch though. ;)
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76613 Dec 5, 2012
Here's an off the wall thought, do y'all remember the "Wonderful World of Disney" show that came on every Sunday (?) night? Oh that was great, one of the highlights of the week! lol
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76614 Dec 5, 2012
CrazyasUR wrote:
<quoted text>Chemtrails are similar to the radio waves the government uses for mind control. Only a few people are aware of such things. Most are confined in mental hospitals.
Our aluminum hat made from tin foil protects us from the radio waves. Can't decide what to do about the chemtrails. The government just keeps getting smarter all the time in their attempts to get us! lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76616 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
Here's an off the wall thought, do y'all remember the "Wonderful World of Disney" show that came on every Sunday (?) night? Oh that was great, one of the highlights of the week! lol
Right before or after Ed Sullivan and Topo Gigo.
so true

Morgantown, KY

#76619 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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I loved Hoss! He always seemed so sweet on the show. But I do recall one time I was going to run away and go marry Little Joe. lol But turns out Michael Landon (Little Joe) wasn't so nice. There was a man who worked on the set of his show, Highway to Heaven, who had a bad stuttering problem. In a documentary about Landon they said that he would tease that man really badly, just tormment the poor guy. Because of that I don't even care to watch any of his shows anymore. Don't you just hate it when somebody you like such as that turns out to be a jerk or just let's you down in some way? Another example is the dad on the Brady Bunch. Who would have thought he was gay! And Rock Hudson, another young girl's let down! lol I do still love the Brady Bunch though. ;)
I know my gal, but Hoss always had my heart.... Just like Nick on Big Valley.. Dont make men like that anymore. You know the ones that have a heart and can really fight for ya and defend you at the same time... I guess were lucky these days to find either one . Maybe the horse thing always got me too, you know cowboys on horses and all..lol
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76622 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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I loved Hoss! He always seemed so sweet on the show. But I do recall one time I was going to run away and go marry Little Joe. lol But turns out Michael Landon (Little Joe) wasn't so nice. There was a man who worked on the set of his show, Highway to Heaven, who had a bad stuttering problem. In a documentary about Landon they said that he would tease that man really badly, just tormment the poor guy. Because of that I don't even care to watch any of his shows anymore. Don't you just hate it when somebody you like such as that turns out to be a jerk or just let's you down in some way? Another example is the dad on the Brady Bunch. Who would have thought he was gay! And Rock Hudson, another young girl's let down! lol I do still love the Brady Bunch though. ;)
It's not the being gay or homosexual that I have a problem. Most folks want to push their "rights" on everybody when I could care less. Unfortunately, the lack of empathy, respect, and common courtesy has always been an issue with humans. I know, several people from the West Coast who think everything they say and do is the right way. And we Folks, here, in this region shouldn't be so rude. For instance, my family needs to call before they stop by because in California and Nevada it's protocol to call before visiting. My grandparents always treated their step grandchildren like the biological ones. Some people go as far as making an obvious difference between them.I'm a rational adult with a heart and brain that function together so I can overlook the inconsiderate, hateful and unjust human being. The children's well being is my priority. Why can't people just be happy. I'm around this type of miserable person and undoubtedly her barbs and attitude border on rude sometimes. The son excuses this behavior as " a lot of people misunderstand her; she has good intentions." Well, I discovered long ago you have to live with your actions. Now, she has to practically beg the other child to visit her because he has little to do with her as possible. I think, we reap what we sow.
so true

Morgantown, KY

#76627 Dec 5, 2012
Day fine ones, the day calls..
The most important part of vehicle maintenance is clean windows - so if you are broken down, you can still enjoy the beauty of the view.
Dan Eldon
Thank the Lord up above for hand sanitazer, it has cleaned mine many times, cause I had nothing else, in my car. Because heaven knows my window is the only thing that never broke on my car. Although , I never really looked at the rear view mirror like I should though, if we could see what we are fixing to hit, then maybe we all would avoid alot of crap...
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76629 Dec 5, 2012
Raven wrote:
<quoted text> It's not the being gay or homosexual that I have a problem. Most folks want to push their "rights" on everybody when I could care less. Unfortunately, the lack of empathy, respect, and common courtesy has always been an issue with humans. I know, several people from the West Coast who think everything they say and do is the right way. And we Folks, here, in this region shouldn't be so rude. For instance, my family needs to call before they stop by because in California and Nevada it's protocol to call before visiting. My grandparents always treated their step grandchildren like the biological ones. Some people go as far as making an obvious difference between them.I'm a rational adult with a heart and brain that function together so I can overlook the inconsiderate, hateful and unjust human being. The children's well being is my priority. Why can't people just be happy. I'm around this type of miserable person and undoubtedly her barbs and attitude border on rude sometimes. The son excuses this behavior as " a lot of people misunderstand her; she has good intentions." Well, I discovered long ago you have to live with your actions. Now, she has to practically beg the other child to visit her because he has little to do with her as possible. I think, we reap what we sow.
Sounds like you have got your hands full! Stand your ground and try not to let it get to you too bad. I find that a lot of times the best way to deal with some people is to keep a lot of distance between me and them. You might have to point out to her where she is wrong. Some people have never had anybody do that! No doubt she will think she is right. I feel for you.
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76630 Dec 5, 2012
so true wrote:
<quoted text>I know my gal, but Hoss always had my heart.... Just like Nick on Big Valley.. Dont make men like that anymore. You know the ones that have a heart and can really fight for ya and defend you at the same time... I guess were lucky these days to find either one . Maybe the horse thing always got me too, you know cowboys on horses and all..lol
No more hardworking cowboys to interest us. I watch Longmire and get somewhat more sentimental about those old days, the earthiness of the characters on the show. I loved Loren Greene and Victor French. Nothing like Wagon Train and Rawhide. Boring, the intellectual might say. Getting back to my roots, I acknowledge. Most of the shows on the Telly . I have a place in the Ol ticker for Mark Harmon so I do catch NCIS. The cast has a great repertoire and act well. It's like Sanka Folks, goood to the last drop.
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76633 Dec 5, 2012
so true wrote:
<quoted text>I know my gal, but Hoss always had my heart.... Just like Nick on Big Valley.. Dont make men like that anymore. You know the ones that have a heart and can really fight for ya and defend you at the same time... I guess were lucky these days to find either one . Maybe the horse thing always got me too, you know cowboys on horses and all..lol
Oh yeah, the cowboy thing always got me too.:) Yeah I have one of those guys, a big ol guy with a huge, huge heart but would fight in a minute over the right thing. Plumb dang sexy! lol

Later all, the day calls!
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76635 Dec 5, 2012
I meant modern Telly shows have become unrealistic and not in the least interesting. Well, I guess, we got our piece of raw, western cowboy right here on the forum, AW. That hat and those moccasins now that's the real deal. And Gentlemanly to boot no acting involved. Hehe.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76636 Dec 5, 2012
Raven wrote:
<quoted text> No more hardworking cowboys to interest us. I watch Longmire and get somewhat more sentimental about those old days, the earthiness of the characters on the show. I loved Loren Greene and Victor French. Nothing like Wagon Train and Rawhide. Boring, the intellectual might say. Getting back to my roots, I acknowledge. Most of the shows on the Telly . I have a place in the Ol ticker for Mark Harmon so I do catch NCIS. The cast has a great repertoire and act well. It's like Sanka Folks, goood to the last drop.
I thought it was Maxwell House. MY favorite all time line in a movie was spoken by black actor Roscoe Lee Brown (Mr. Nightlinger) in John Wayne's movie "The Cowboys" when he told that old hooker Madame "I have the inclination and the where with all, but I just don't have the time" LOL... Now that is hard working.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#76637 Dec 5, 2012
Good morning topix friends. Cool, foggy morning, but the birds are still singing and bouncing off the feeder.

Last night had some good discussions about the chemtrails and the stooges trying the patience of the mods. Note 10-20 posts missing between posts. I applaud the mods. Especially junior spinning his name and location and being removed immediately. Quite amusing and here they are still first thing this morning slandering me like it was my fault. I am not a mod, but I appreciate them removing the nasty comments. They missed the last couple out of Manchester. If anyone needed to be committed it would be those three.

Ancient Wolf, I am grateful that they have TVLand that shows all the classic old shows I remember watching as a child growing up with Mom and Dad. Of course Dad loved Bonanza, Rawhide, and all the westerns. No violence, sex or filthy language. Great concept huh? Those days are gone.

Hopefully we can get somemore interesting comments on the chemtrails now that others have noticed and have looked them up for themselves. I still lean towards the aluminum and barium acts like little mirrors when spread in the atmosphere that will reflect solar flares or a possible EMP attack out towards space. That makes the most sense to me from all my research last year. Aluminum and barium is not good, as it causes lots of problems, respiratory, dementia, etc..

I wonder what happen to MR X and Tollesboro Guy, they had some intriguing things to say. Especially MR X, who claimed he took his black suit off and walked away when he found out what they were doing and going to do. Wish they would come back and tell us somemore....if they can.:)

@Nope: about a year ago it was reported in southern Hardin County from a woman that her young daughter was playing in her back yard and came running to her mother with a hand full of what she discribed as "spider web thingies" and when ask what it was and where did she get it the little girl said it was coming from the planes and pointed to the sky. The mother noticed that it was spread along the fence line and in some of the trees and bushes. No explanation from authorities when reported. Go figure. May have been similiar to what you discribed. I haven't seen anything like that. Hope I don't. She said it looked like the stuff people string on trees and bushes at Halloween. Scary.

I have some bills to go pay on my way to work, so you stooges have fun at my expense. While you are trashing me, you leave someone else alone and I think it is funny, a little creepy too, that you obsess so much.

Have a great day, stooges not so much.

"CLICK"
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76638 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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Sounds like you have got your hands full! Stand your ground and try not to let it get to you too bad. I find that a lot of times the best way to deal with some people is to keep a lot of distance between me and them. You might have to point out to her where she is wrong. Some people have never had anybody do that! No doubt she will think she is right. I feel for you.
The Ol bird can be nice if she wants. It's the rude behavior. I take her shopping several times a month. Yes, I've had to distance myself from her for sanity's sake. I like to stay positive and focused and her muttering sidetrack me. So, I'm taking care of myself and mine. Sounds like you have a bit of that phooey in your life also. Good luck to you as well. I'll survive. LOL.And no, it doesn't matter to tell her she's wrong. I can admit; she can't. I'm just afraid of losing her son over a future battle if one incurs. But I'll not push the ox before the cart.'fraid I'd lose the battle...Distance is best, I agree;)

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