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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Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77520 Dec 9, 2012
seeing eye wrote:
The globalist plan on enslaving all of us. Check out the Georgia Guide Stones, and google the Denver Airport NWO.
That Denver Airport story/Georgia Guide Stones posted and discussed two years ago intrigued me. Wow, you never know what all the symbols mean on anything these days. Like the pyramid with the seeing eye. lol

Here are a couple in the many that I posted back then when researching it (hope they don't delete from what couple complaints might report it as SPAM:

Edward Cayce and The Georgia Guide Stone Connection
a look at the shocking similarities found in various maps when compared to those made by edgar cayce as well as the positions the geogia guide stones were placed...
&fe ature=related

Did Edgar Cayce speak about 2012?
What, if anything, did the Edgar Cayce readings have to say about 2012, and the arrival of a New Age? Executive director and CEO of Edgar Cayces A.R.E., Kevin Todeschi, answers your question in this short video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

The Mysterious Masonic Murals of New Denver Airport
Details of Murals in New Denver Airport

Denver area is where the establishment of the Western sector of the New World Order will be in the United States
http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/denver.html
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77521 Dec 9, 2012
Sorry, don't know why it posted twice. It will certainly go now. lol
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77523 Dec 9, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm right there with you, AB. To me, that bunker would be nothing but an underground version of a FEMA camp. You'd breathe, bathe, void, eat, drink, sleep and perform on their schedule. You'd have to bow to any demands made upon you, or be forced out perhaps...
I'd rather take my chances out here on my own. And if the world is going to be destroyed, I'd rather be sitting outdoors with nature, my family and my dear pets when it happens.
If given ample warning to any apocalypse, I'll toast to a life well lived, friends most cherished, family loved deeply, and fun times well enjoyed while I was here.
DITTO :)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#77529 Dec 9, 2012
I will put my faith in the CREATOR and what some consider to be obstinance is merely PEACE and ASSURACE that what ever happens or does not happen or has already come to pass in prior times is largely beyond my control.

Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#77532 Dec 9, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm right there with you, AB. To me, that bunker would be nothing but an underground version of a FEMA camp. You'd breathe, bathe, void, eat, drink, sleep and perform on their schedule. You'd have to bow to any demands made upon you, or be forced out perhaps...
I'd rather take my chances out here on my own. And if the world is going to be destroyed, I'd rather be sitting outdoors with nature, my family and my dear pets when it happens.
If given ample warning to any apocalypse, I'll toast to a life well lived, friends most cherished, family loved deeply, and fun times well enjoyed while I was here.
Double Ditto. I see no reason to trouble myself over some unknown writings in Georgia, or if 9-11 was an inside job or if JFK and Ol' Abe died from a conspiracy. Maybe they did, maybe not; but if I even knew all the actual details it would not change much. They are still dead.

Level 2

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#77539 Dec 9, 2012
Ya know Wolf, there have been many times in my life where I was on the verge of being all tore up about a particular situation. It was times like those when I would tell myself "settle down, I have no control of this situation, whatever happens happens". And then I just go with the flow.

That train of thought has saved me from a lot of anxiety.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77542 Dec 9, 2012
Then the rest of us can write them about how we like her and her posts. AND, if she is responsible for keeping the thread cleaner, thank them and encourage them to continue to let her do it. Or whowever else might be doing it.

It is so much nicer clicking onto topix and seeing interesting posts and positive icons. Why don't you just try being nicer and join in the conversations in a positive manner. I am not fighting with any of you anymore. We know you can do it. Quit being so mean, it's the Christmas season. Feel it, live it, pass it on...feels good, I promise.:)
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77543 Dec 9, 2012
Should of known..
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#77544 Dec 9, 2012
One of the ways we that are close to me settle down when we are in some crisis is to simply drop to our knees at night or whenever and thank our Lord for what we do have and ask his blessing on the future.My brother and I both served in the Navy and while I was hurt,he was in the water some time.We both are believers in the Lord for sure,now and pray when ever we find a situation going badly (in our minds).Mostly he provides for us or,provides a way for us.One thing for sure,we never know when death may occur or the World may end.He has so explained it that way.

The saying is that this time it will be with fire and not water,that the World will end.If everything burns,we would die regardless,and what we hope is that the Lord will take us up before the fire.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77545 Dec 9, 2012
Christmas Sugar Cookies all made, mess cleaned up, now a break for awhile. It will take a couple hours later to make all the colored icing and decorate them. Done baking for today.

Sun gave it a good fight, but the dark clouds won over. Looks like it is going to rain again. I enjoyed seeing while it was out.

Dinner is cooking in the crockpot..boneless pork ribs/honey BBQ sauce, cheesy potatoes ready for the oven, lima beans ready for big spoonful of butter, rolls buttered to follow the potatoes. Anyone up for dinner? My son might not make it with his girlfriend, they are out closing the malls no doubt, Christmas shopping. My brother will always come and get a plate, fix one for my kid to take if he drops by late, and the rest I can take to work for lunch tomorrow.

Hope there is something good to watch on TV tonight besides football. I am staying in. If anyone drops by they watch what I watch. haha

Since: Dec 12

Pittsville, WI

#77546 Dec 9, 2012
Tornado Warnings in Southeast MO.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77547 Dec 9, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
Ya know Wolf, there have been many times in my life where I was on the verge of being all tore up about a particular situation. It was times like those when I would tell myself "settle down, I have no control of this situation, whatever happens happens". And then I just go with the flow.
That train of thought has saved me from a lot of anxiety.
Hi Blueminer, we found out Ancient Wolf was laid back and full of wisdom early on in the thread. Not many like him in the world. He is a real inspiration.

I am learning more and more how to have those talks with myself to stop the fretting about things I cannot change. It just waste time that you could be thinking good thoughts and living life. Life is good, I'm enjoying it while I have it and what will be will be. Only GOD knows what that is. FEMA camps and such aren't something I want to be a part of, so they would just have to kill me. I am like "Nope". Survive the best you can, be outdoors with loved ones, enjoying life to the very end. Until then I will wake up every morning thankful for another day and live life still making plans for tomorrow.

Have a good evening.
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#77548 Dec 9, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
Christmas Sugar Cookies all made, mess cleaned up, now a break for awhile. It will take a couple hours later to make all the colored icing and decorate them. Done baking for today.
Sun gave it a good fight, but the dark clouds won over. Looks like it is going to rain again. I enjoyed seeing while it was out.
Dinner is cooking in the crockpot..boneless pork ribs/honey BBQ sauce, cheesy potatoes ready for the oven, lima beans ready for big spoonful of butter, rolls buttered to follow the potatoes. Anyone up for dinner? My son might not make it with his girlfriend, they are out closing the malls no doubt, Christmas shopping. My brother will always come and get a plate, fix one for my kid to take if he drops by late, and the rest I can take to work for lunch tomorrow.
Hope there is something good to watch on TV tonight besides football. I am staying in. If anyone drops by they watch what I watch. haha
Sounds good! Haven`t started anything yet,we usually sandwich on Sunday nights.Ever watch The Walking Dead?Mostly have to laugh at the killing rather than get upset.

Since: Dec 12

Pittsville, WI

#77549 Dec 9, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I will put my faith in the CREATOR and what some consider to be obstinance is merely PEACE and ASSURACE that what ever happens or does not happen or has already come to pass in prior times is largely beyond my control.
I agree. The book of Revelation tells us that things are going to get horrific in the end times. Some say Christians will be taken from the earth before it will happen, some say we won't, and some say we will be taken out some time during all of the horrific events. WHATEVER HAPPENS, I fully trust my Lord and Savior to see me through it or see me out of it. Which ever is His choice and I'm fine with that. I am somewhat prepared but my faith is in my Savior, not in me or my ability to get prepared! I think something that amazes me is the fact that God told us thousands of years ago that an "end time" would come and a lot of what is going to happen yet most people still refuse to believe it. They are still searching high and low for answers while a lot of those answers are already in The Book.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77550 Dec 9, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds good! Haven`t started anything yet,we usually sandwich on Sunday nights.Ever watch The Walking Dead?Mostly have to laugh at the killing rather than get upset.
Hi whitehair. It sure smells good to. We do sandwich, pizza etc on Saturdays, but carry on Mom/Grandma's Sunday meal concept. Hot cooked dinner with desert if we can, even if it is dinner out. That also always included Sunday breakfast. No fast, easy, or cold stuff. Eggs/bacon/sausage/gravy/biscu its, homemade pancakes/waffles, not frozen, bread pudding, hot oatmeal/cream of wheat, french toast...my Mom always said after a week of cold cereal, muffins, or poptarts in a rush for school or something was enough.

I have not watched the Walking Dead, what network is it on? Is it what it sounds...zombies? If so I probably wouldn't watch it. I don't care much for zombie, vampire, aliens, or gory shows/movies. I usually watch comedy, fact based movies, westerns, drama and occasional romance movie depending on what it is.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77551 Dec 9, 2012
West KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree. The book of Revelation tells us that things are going to get horrific in the end times. Some say Christians will be taken from the earth before it will happen, some say we won't, and some say we will be taken out some time during all of the horrific events. WHATEVER HAPPENS, I fully trust my Lord and Savior to see me through it or see me out of it. Which ever is His choice and I'm fine with that. I am somewhat prepared but my faith is in my Savior, not in me or my ability to get prepared! I think something that amazes me is the fact that God told us thousands of years ago that an "end time" would come and a lot of what is going to happen yet most people still refuse to believe it. They are still searching high and low for answers while a lot of those answers are already in The Book.
That is EXACTLY how I feel.

Since: Dec 12

Pittsville, WI

#77552 Dec 9, 2012
I've got to eat some leftovers but not bad; chicken and dumplings OR macaroni with deer and tomatoes in it. I'm thinking mac and deer. lol

AB, Those sugar cookies sure sound good. Did any turn out wrong, any break? I can get rid of them for you, I don't mind at all! lol
Mr Potato head

Paducah, KY

#77553 Dec 9, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
That is EXACTLY how I feel.
How are you doing today? Its awful wet over here in my side of Kentucky. No birds at all singing or nothing. That makes it boring no squirrels either. That sounds like a mighty fine meal you have cooking. Wish I could come get a plate. Ill have to just settle for spaghetti and meatballs probably lol. Nice to see a good clean thread today. You can read straight thru and pretty much make sense of whats being said with no interruptions. I guess the modes finally got fed up and now meann business.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77558 Dec 9, 2012
Mr Potato head wrote:
<quoted text>
How are you doing today? Its awful wet over here in my side of Kentucky. No birds at all singing or nothing. That makes it boring no squirrels either. That sounds like a mighty fine meal you have cooking. Wish I could come get a plate. Ill have to just settle for spaghetti and meatballs probably lol. Nice to see a good clean thread today. You can read straight thru and pretty much make sense of whats being said with no interruptions. I guess the modes finally got fed up and now meann business.
I am doing great. You? It has been quite a productive day. My side of Kentucky dried up before noon and we even got a glimpse of the sun. It gave out to the dark clouds again, but it has not rained yet.

Yeah, it is smelling as good as it sounds. I am about to throw those rolls in the oven and have a big plate. Son and girlfriend on their way. I would give you a plate of it gladly. Plus a big piece of French Vanilla Cake. It is soooooo sweet and melts in your mouth. Spagetti and meatballs sound good too. Hope you have some garlic bread to go with it.

You are right about the thread, nice and clean, can read right through it and make sense of it. Hope it stays that way. I won't be participating in anything but that. I really thought you were the Imposter. We will see if you are still here when I hit reply.

Got to set table and do rolls. Be back later, hopefully.

Hope you and everyone else has a peaceful evening.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#77561 Dec 9, 2012
West KY Girl wrote:
I've got to eat some leftovers but not bad; chicken and dumplings OR macaroni with deer and tomatoes in it. I'm thinking mac and deer. lol
AB, Those sugar cookies sure sound good. Did any turn out wrong, any break? I can get rid of them for you, I don't mind at all! lol
Yes I do and I would give you some if I could. My son and I use to take them all to the side (when he was little), they were our treats. I would icing all the cookies in their various colors, give him a few to "help" with, usually the disfigured ones, but whole cookies. When we got finished, we would go watch something on TV and take all the icing bowls and put them on TV trays, grab our cookies and just scrap and eat about all of them. Or at least until we were about in a sugar coma and he was bouncing off the walls. haha I have so many cookie cutters for every holiday on the calendar about. I baked all the time when he was growing up. Always loved the class parties at school. I still make them for family and work parties.

I would take the chicken and dumplings, I love them, but you could keep the deer and macroni. Not real fond of deer.

I am off for dinner. Have a great evening.

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