Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,677

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

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Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80762 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
I should have known you all believe a bunch of superstitious nonsense.
I am not superstitious at all. But that belief only propigates immorality and hedonism.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#80765 Jan 4, 2013
I worry about those that don't think that reward and punishment keeps people moral. If death means nothing then there would be more incidences such as Sandy Hook.

Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#80766 Jan 4, 2013
I had an uncle whom died way before I was a little ugly towheaded hellyun. On one of his trips back from the front lines of German action he brought back a hatchet some old German blacksmith forged. My uncle died in that war when he went back to serve. Farm people in thoese times appreciated the smaller things and like me, he had a love for blades and this hatchet just called to him. The small axe was used for many years by my grandparents and somehow the handle was broken and since they had another it was hung up on the shed wall and forgotten. I got the hatchet head last year from I guess it would be a third cousin?? Uncles, son's son if that makes sence. Anyway over the summer I made a new handle for it from African Iron wood center with Buginga slabs. Curved with a raised palm pad for a right handed user. Today after stacking wood I got the hatchet out to split small peices for kindling. This little thing hits like it's lazer guided and splits shaves like a razor. Yea I know shut up already, but sometimes these old things seem to have their own life and do what they do so well. I think my uncle would be pleased.
W KY Girl

Pontiac, IL

#80767 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
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If reward and punishment are what keep you moral then I worry about you.
I don't believe reward and punishment could keep me moral. It would be too much work. When a person accepts Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior they are changed. I'm not saying they become perfect, but definitely different.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#80768 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
I should have known you all believe a bunch of superstitious nonsense.
Who cares what you believe or don't believe? You have poor word choices. There is nothing superstitious about it.
Alien

Mayfield, KY

#80769 Jan 4, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I worry about those that don't think that reward and punishment keeps people moral. If death means nothing then there would be more incidences such as Sandy Hook.
I think death means more knowing that this is the only life we have which makes it more precious. I don't break the law, I pay my taxes, do volunteer work, raise my children well, and work hard. Belief in the supernatural has nothing to do with how moral a person is.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#80774 Jan 4, 2013
That is a little bit better choice of words. I didn't see anyone trying to push Christ on you.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

Level 1

Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#80775 Jan 4, 2013
The words "I" and "If" two big little words. The fact remains, I don't and I can't do anything without The Creator being willing for me to do it.
recconned

Richmond, KY

#80777 Jan 4, 2013
concerned wrote:
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Oh gosh! I just watch something about the flu shots. I was checking out something and found this (normally I don't watch this guy)but you may want to check this out, it's toward the end about the shots.
BilderBerg Group: The Exclusive Documentary - this is Jesse Ventura.
I reckon it's about population control and the dangers of vaccines, isn't it?
W KY Girl

Pontiac, IL

#80778 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
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I think death means more knowing that this is the only life we have which makes it more precious. I don't break the law, I pay my taxes, do volunteer work, raise my children well, and work hard. Belief in the supernatural has nothing to do with how moral a person is.
Hi Alien. I take it you do not believe there is a God? Well anyway, that God that you might not believe exists gave us a set of rules - the 10 Commandments. The thing is, it is not possible for anybody to keep those Commandments. That is where Jesus Christ comes in. He took the punishment for our sins so that we don't have to. I hope that the day comes when you do realize that God is real and that He knows you and He loves you.:)

Alien

Mayfield, KY

#80779 Jan 4, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
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Hi Alien. I take it you do not believe there is a God? Well anyway, that God that you might not believe exists gave us a set of rules - the 10 Commandments. The thing is, it is not possible for anybody to keep those Commandments. That is where Jesus Christ comes in. He took the punishment for our sins so that we don't have to. I hope that the day comes when you do realize that God is real and that He knows you and He loves you.:)
I've heard that one along with the other major world religions.
Girl w KY

Richmond, KY

#80780 Jan 4, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
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Hi Alien. I take it you do not believe there is a God? Well anyway, that God that you might not believe exists gave us a set of rules - the 10 Commandments. The thing is, it is not possible for anybody to keep those Commandments. That is where Jesus Christ comes in. He took the punishment for our sins so that we don't have to. I hope that the day comes when you do realize that God is real and that He knows you and He loves you.:)
What's so difficult about following the 10 Commandments?
Well, maybe thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife may be difficult for a lot of people, but the rest seem pretty easy to me.
W KY Girl

Pontiac, IL

#80781 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
<quoted text>
I've heard that one along with the other major world religions.
Well you sound like a good person, the problem is that none off us are good enough. Honestly, there are a lot of people like you who are A LOT nicer than some Christians. You know, I bet that if you were to talk to some Christians in other countries where Christianity is not so easy you wouldn't think Christianity is so rediculous. There are people today who are living like Christians did in the beginning. There very lives are in danger because of their faith in Jesus Christ. Many have already been killed because of it. Would you give your life over a superstition?
Alien

Mayfield, KY

#80782 Jan 4, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>Well you sound like a good person, the problem is that none off us are good enough. Honestly, there are a lot of people like you who are A LOT nicer than some Christians. You know, I bet that if you were to talk to some Christians in other countries where Christianity is not so easy you wouldn't think Christianity is so rediculous. There are people today who are living like Christians did in the beginning. There very lives are in danger because of their faith in Jesus Christ. Many have already been killed because of it. Would you give your life over a superstition?
Nope

Level 1

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80783 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
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I've heard that one along with the other major world religions.
You may not believe in God and the power of prayer, but I wish that you would at least open your mind to the possibility. I do believe, but I have always respected the opinions of others. I know that, without the Grace of God, I would not be here today. Prayer is very powerful, and there are now "scientific" studies that indicate that prayer makes a great difference in someone's recovery in illness. Why don't you "google" the results of these studies. I'm talking about mainstream science and not one of these fringe science studies.

Level 1

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#80784 Jan 4, 2013
Another source of information you may wish to peruse is the book entitled, Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeons's Journey into the Afterlife, by Eben Allexander, M.D. This man's story is very interesting. He was an agnostic until he had this near-death experience. I'm sure that you will find this book enlightening.
Alien

Duluth, GA

#80785 Jan 4, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>You may not believe in God and the power of prayer, but I wish that you would at least open your mind to the possibility. I do believe, but I have always respected the opinions of others. I know that, without the Grace of God, I would not be here today. Prayer is very powerful, and there are now "scientific" studies that indicate that prayer makes a great difference in someone's recovery in illness. Why don't you "google" the results of these studies. I'm talking about mainstream science and not one of these fringe science studies.
I meditate actually. Anyhow I am as open to you religion as any other supernatural claim. I'm willing to except imperial evidence. There just isn't any that I've seen. If you have any then get it published, peer reviewed, and collect your Nobel Prize.
W KY Girl

United States

#80786 Jan 4, 2013
Girl w KY wrote:
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What's so difficult about following the 10 Commandments?
Well, maybe thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife may be difficult for a lot of people, but the rest seem pretty easy to me.
Actually it not only says your neighbor's wife, but everything that belongs to your neighbor. Have you ever told a lie? Have you ever took anything that belonged to someone else? Have you always honored your parents? The thing is, if you break one rule you are as guilty as if you had broken them all.

James 2: 10 For whoever keeps the whole law and yet stumbles in one point,he has become guilty of all. 11 For He who said,“DO NOT COMMIT ADULTERY,” also said,“DO NOT COMMIT MURDER.” Now if you do not commit adultery, but do commit murder, you have become a transgressor of the law.
W KY Girl

United States

#80787 Jan 4, 2013
Alien wrote:
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Nope
There are many people in this day and time being put to death for their faith in Jesus Christ. They know it is not just a superstition. They are so sure that they refuse to renounce their faith when given the option of that or death. Here in this country we don't make our faith very believable. It is to easy.
Alien

Duluth, GA

#80788 Jan 4, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>There are many people in this day and time being put to death for their faith in Jesus Christ. They know it is not just a superstition. They are so sure that they refuse to renounce their faith when given the option of that or death. Here in this country we don't make our faith very believable. It is to easy.
People have died in many religions and cults.

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