Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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I've got to go to the grocery today, oh yaa! Not! lol I think I'll just be thankful I can go and not whine.:) We don't even have two pieces of bread in the house or a piece of bologna to put between the two pieces of bread we don't have! LOL
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21 degrees is too cold for me. Even in jogging pants and a sweatshirt. I just opened the door, didn't go out. You better not over do it. Nice play on words though. lol
Have a good day!
Well I have on lounging pants and sweat shirt, blue jeans, flannel shirt, carhart jacket, lined leather gloves, socks and boots. I am too hot unless i hurry to get back out to the 21 degrees and chase the chickens out of my truck LOL

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Well I have on lounging pants and sweat shirt, blue jeans, flannel shirt, carhart jacket, lined leather gloves, socks and boots. I am too hot unless i hurry to get back out to the 21 degrees and chase the chickens out of my truck LOL
Hope you didn't leave the keys in that thing AW. A big rooster driving it down the hill hauling his hens. What a show and you've got on to many clothes to chase it down. Lol.

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Hi lala, glad you liked the kitty story. I know what you mean about the Vet being too expensive for all that chipping. I haven't been out much with all this hacking and coughing and overall yuk feeling. I wanted to just do girl talk while the guys were all engrossed in those football games. You are right, if you aren't for UK or UL basketball people wonder what you are doing in Kentucky. We are a big basketball state, always have been. I remember going to some Kentucky Colonels (pro team) when I was young. Don't know why we don't have a pro team after all these years and two high profile coaches. I like most sports, some for a nano second (soccer, etc), football I can take it or leave it, baseball too. Just love our UK basketball and NASCAR. haha
We have only one redeeming quality: hubby likes to watch NASCAR races. LOL
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We have only one redeeming quality: hubby likes to watch NASCAR races. LOL
haha, I use to watch it with my Dad when racing was really racing, skill and fast cars were more exciting. The more they "restrict" drivers and their cars the less exciting it is. I still miss the "3" sneaking up on them out of the back of the pack. I hope to go to the Kentucky Speedway for a race. It is on my bucket list. lol
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Hope you didn't leave the keys in that thing AW. A big rooster driving it down the hill hauling his hens. What a show and you've got on to many clothes to chase it down. Lol.
Break time. My truck load of wood is now back down to the house to be unloaded and without the rooster driving it. I did do almost what you described a couple years ago but it was not the rooster, but the dog.

I went into the bait shop in August and left the truck running for a/c for the dog and left the brake off. When I came out the dog was driving around backwards in big circles. Chasing it down was a bit embarrassing but luckily no one saw it and the dog did not run into any other vehicles. I revoked his driver's license after that. LOL
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haha, I use to watch it with my Dad when racing was really racing, skill and fast cars were more exciting. The more they "restrict" drivers and their cars the less exciting it is. I still miss the "3" sneaking up on them out of the back of the pack. I hope to go to the Kentucky Speedway for a race. It is on my bucket list. lol
Last year was such a traffic mess that my son was hung out on the road for 7 hours and never made it to the track. They sent him free tickets for this past years' truck, Nationwide, and Sprint cup races. They have since reworked the access coming off the interstates and when he went this year, he said the access was much easier. I have been there and to Talledega twice. But I won't ever go back to Bristol, it is uphill walking both ways. LOL I never cared much for Earnhardt.
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Guys, fireworks scare birds. They have heart attacks during New Years every year. That's the reason they keep dying.

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haha, I use to watch it with my Dad when racing was really racing, skill and fast cars were more exciting. The more they "restrict" drivers and their cars the less exciting it is. I still miss the "3" sneaking up on them out of the back of the pack. I hope to go to the Kentucky Speedway for a race. It is on my bucket list. lol
Ya know AB I have a list of things I need to do that I don't want to do. The name of my list sounds similar to your bucket list. Hehehe.

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Break time. My truck load of wood is now back down to the house to be unloaded and without the rooster driving it. I did do almost what you described a couple years ago but it was not the rooster, but the dog.
I went into the bait shop in August and left the truck running for a/c for the dog and left the brake off. When I came out the dog was driving around backwards in big circles. Chasing it down was a bit embarrassing but luckily no one saw it and the dog did not run into any other vehicles. I revoked his driver's license after that. LOL
Poor dog. Lol. That's some funny stuff.
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Last year was such a traffic mess that my son was hung out on the road for 7 hours and never made it to the track. They sent him free tickets for this past years' truck, Nationwide, and Sprint cup races. They have since reworked the access coming off the interstates and when he went this year, he said the access was much easier. I have been there and to Talledega twice. But I won't ever go back to Bristol, it is uphill walking both ways. LOL I never cared much for Earnhardt.
I had a couple co-workers that went and never made it to the track either. This year they had no problem and said the Kentucky track was a lot of them's favorite practice track. I loved Dale Sr, mostly influenced by my Dad and two brothers I guess, and now we root for Jr. I don't schedule my time around a race like I do UK games and it will be on for four hours while I do laundry, dishes, etc..stopping to watch rerun clips of big wrecks or a come from behind wins. A lot of people thought Dale Sr was too arrogant and a dirty driver. I didn't though. I enjoyed the old banging and shuffling of cars getting positions. These days there is just too many rules and a lot of new drivers. Guess it is the "next" generation of drivers. lol

Glad the rooster didn't take off with the hens like Una suggested. haha, I could see dog enjoying his AC and round a bout driving. lol
I don't know if you ever clicked on that video I posted about the driving dog. A true story and an amazing concept for service dogs.
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okay everybody it's not looking good more birds have died and not only birds but now squirrels, deer, raccoons. all the animals are dying I think it's some type of virus that maybe a retrovirus that's spreading that could possibly spread to humans..oh no...nooooo!! Oh my gosh zombies! Zombies are appearing in western kentucky now. Its the end of the world, its the end of mankind, its...its....all bullcrap people lololol. Ha ha I crack myself up
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Guys, fireworks scare birds. They have heart attacks during New Years every year. That's the reason they keep dying.
Sorry Nikkiee, most of us don't believe that, but we did some extensive research on it. I think we narrowed it down to methane gas escaping earth, mass poisoning by farmers, or the use of HAARP out of Alaska, maybe use of HAARP/Chemtrails for whatever they are actually using that machine for...weather manipulation, military manuevers, deflect solar flares or an EMP attack. We may never know, but we covered all possibilities pretty much. Most just weren't buying the fireworks. Lots of dead fish appeared on the banks all over the world too at pretty much the same time.

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okay everybody it's not looking good more birds have died and not only birds but now squirrels, deer, raccoons. all the animals are dying I think it's some type of virus that maybe a retrovirus that's spreading that could possibly spread to humans..oh no...nooooo!! Oh my gosh zombies! Zombies are appearing in western kentucky now. Its the end of the world, its the end of mankind, its...its....all bullcrap people lololol. Ha ha I crack myself up
I have no doubt whatsoever of Zombies in Western Ky. I know of at least one.

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Break time. My truck load of wood is now back down to the house to be unloaded and without the rooster driving it. I did do almost what you described a couple years ago but it was not the rooster, but the dog.
I went into the bait shop in August and left the truck running for a/c for the dog and left the brake off. When I came out the dog was driving around backwards in big circles. Chasing it down was a bit embarrassing but luckily no one saw it and the dog did not run into any other vehicles. I revoked his driver's license after that. LOL
Hubby occasionally goes to the speedway, but he prefers to watch on t.v. A couple of years ago, I went all out for his anniversary gift. He had always said that he would like to go to a NASCAR race just once. I forgot what state it was in, but I bought him a ticket. Cost me nearly a thousand dollars when gas and everything else was factored in. After a long, hot drive to the place,he had to walk several miles to get to the speedway, and several miles back to his truck. He was one tired dude at the end of the day. That was the end of his talk about seeing a live race.

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Ooops, AW. I meant my reply for AB. I must still be in my "zombie" fog. Just woke up from a nap. LOL
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Hubby occasionally goes to the speedway, but he prefers to watch on t.v. A couple of years ago, I went all out for his anniversary gift. He had always said that he would like to go to a NASCAR race just once. I forgot what state it was in, but I bought him a ticket. Cost me nearly a thousand dollars when gas and everything else was factored in. After a long, hot drive to the place,he had to walk several miles to get to the speedway, and several miles back to his truck. He was one tired dude at the end of the day. That was the end of his talk about seeing a live race.
I finished my outside work, now having lunch and tv time. I agree, it is much nicer watching from a recliner and get the commentary. I doubt that I will ever go again, besides after I retired that just is not that much $$$. LOL

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I lived in Orlando when the winter park sink hole opened up and swallowed a house and had a taste for fine automobiles, consuming half a dozen new porsches. I drove down fairbanks dr alot and was there the morning the house fell in. Within a few days you could buy tee shirts off the streets with stupid sink hole sayings on them and a hotdog vender set upand made a killing selling hotdogs and lemonade.
The sinkhole that I am talking about is no longer a sinkhole. It is so extensive that it is now called the Napoleonville Salt Dome Collapse. There is an evacuated area of 150 houses. They expect the collapse to reach 1 mile by 2miles in extent. That is huge. To make matters worse, poisonous gasses are seeping into houses, and that is the reason for evacuation. Oil, natural gas, hydrocarbons, methane are seeping out. There were thousands of small earthquakes prior to the sinkhole, then collapse, and seismic activity continues today. Read some of the updates. I found the latest to be December 17, 2012. This is serious business and is well-known locally. The area of sacrifice should be extended, but has not yet. People are still living near that soup with extreme health hazards. Can you guess the reason why it hasn't become national news yet? Hint: Big oil and gas companies are trying their best to hush this. But I don't expect it to be quiet for very much longer. When the spring rains come, they expect further big problems. They have capped one of the well heads but to no avail. They are also trying to vent off gasses by flaming them. Scientists are not certain whether this can be stopped because this has never happened to this extent before. In addition, there are radioactive wastes in close proximit, which may get into the water supply. If you are interested, please google stories about this collapse. This may not impact only Louisiana, but other nearby states if there is a large explosion, or if the small (by the thousands)earthquakes set off the New Madrid fault. There will be plenty of birds falling then. This potential catastrophe may be the reason for all the FEMA activity. Homeland security is also involved in this one.
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lala, those sinkholes are off the main stream news radar for some reason, but there has been a lot of them and it has always worried me about all our caves in reference to the Madrid Fault. Those sinkholes are unbelievable. How horrible for those people. I found a couple sites I thought you might be interested in if you haven't seen them already.

Group wants sinkhole declared federal disaster
Updated: Jan 07, 2013 12:50 PM EST

BAYOU CORNE, LA (WAFB)-
A group is petitioning the Obama administration to get the sinkhole in Assumption Parish declared as a federal disaster, so a federal team can be assigned to the cleanup and investigation.

SLIDESHOW: Giant Louisiana Sinkhole

The Assumption Parish, LA sinkhole continues to grow. The ground opened up on August 3, 2012 and residents were evacuated from their homes. The sinkhole, or slurry, is consuming land and trees.

So far, "We the People" has over 50 signatures, but needs a total of 25,000 before Feb. 4.

The group said 150 homes have been evacuated since August 2012 with no timeline as to when families might be allowed to return.

The petition was drawn up a day after Texas Brine, the owner of the failed salt dome believed to be the cause of the sinkhole, filed an injunction against the state of Louisiana. Click here for more
The company claims exploratory wells ordered by the Office of Conservation commissioner could cause more problems in the area.

Meanwhile, more rumbling was detected around the Bayou Corne site over the weekend.

However, experts said there is no need to worry.

The tremors were connected with a 7.5 magnitude quake that struck off the coast of Alaska.

Experts said the quake was too far away to have any effect on the sinkhole.

http://www.kplctv.com/story/20521963/group-wa...

I wonder how earthquakes play a part in them. Seems like there would be a good chance they did in some way.
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Guess the Florida one I had heard of happened in May 2012. I seen it on the nightly news.

Sinkhole Horror: Family's Florida House About to Be Swallowed

http://abcnews.go.com/US/sinkhole-horror-fami...

This one is interesting as it discusses the Madrid Fault.

Is the main-stream media ignoring America’s sinkhole epidemic?

December 9, 2012 – OHIO – Have you heard of the massive sinkholes popping up around the nation?

Flammable craters spanning acres wide and leaking radiation, monster sinkholes described as ‘apocalyptic’ have forced residents out of homes, expelled radiation into the environment, and are now ushering in concerns about serious Earth changes in the near future. If you’ve heard of these sinkholes, chances are it has been from the alternative media. It’s a hot issue on forums, some social networking sectors, and certain alternative talk radio programs. Sure, it has come up in some mainstream reports here and there, but there are virtually no in-depth pieces tying everything together. And they often fail to mention the scale of these sinkholes, behemoth anomalies that can swallow up 100 foot trees, houses, with the latest Ohio sinkhole devouring 4 football fields of land. Events that are sending residents scrambling. A more serious issue, even beyond the dangers posed by these radiation-leaking sinkholes, is how man-made processes like fracking and excessive drilling are changing the planet on a larger scale. Bloomberg reports that fracking is a likely cause for a dramatic rise (sixfold) in earthquake activity from 2000 to 2011. Not to mention contamination of the water and food supply. Extreme mining practices by Texas Brine and others are also responsible for triggering the sinkholes. So are these actions ‘waking up’ the New Madrid fault line? In case you’re not familiar, the New Madrid fault line was responsible for the legendary 1811-1812 earthquakes dubbed the ‘New Madrid’ earthquakes. Extremely powerful and devastating earthquakes that are the most significant earthquakes to hit the United States in all of recorded history.

As Investment Watch explains, the research indicating fracking and excessive mining in the expansion of earthquakes along the Madrid line reveals a concerning and plausible reality.

It is important to note that the New Madrid fault line includes areas within Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi.

In the event of a large (8.0 or higher) earthquake along the fault line, however, a much greater area would likely be affected. Outside of the repercussions of the sinkholes, such as the radiation issue and major possibility of implosion or massive disruption in the area, what are the larger consequences of invasive fracking? Could a massive disaster be the result of greedy corporations endangering the entire nation?

Furthermore, why is the mainstream media shying away from the issue completely?

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/20...

You may be right on the FEMA activity and that MAY 2012 National Earthquake Drill comes to mind too.

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