Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81693 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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W KY Girl

Chicago, IL

#81733 Jan 10, 2013
I agree with you Oglala. Just yesterday there was a couple on Dr. Phil with there 15 yo son. That boy was terrorizing his parents! He had caught the house on fire, threatened to kill them, hit his mother, injured himself, swung a bat at his grandmother and store employees, attacked other kids, cussed out judges, been admitted 14 times for treatment/observation, etc. Nobody could pinpoint the problem! Meanwhile the parents were having to live with the kid, terrified. It had started when he was six years old. Dr Phil and his associates thought the boy was autistic and offered help. He told them if the treatment didn't help they were way in over their head! What the heck are parents supposed to do in a situation like that!?! They had done ALL they could! And I am sure there are many more cases like that. No doubt that kid could grow up to commit a mass killing.
I think the main problem is all the vaccines that they are giving kids! In the past we didn't have this problem. Sure there were kids born with problems but nowhere near this many kids had mental problems. I'm not sure of all the facts on it but I know they have added many new vaccines and they are processing the vaccines differently. I know of one baby who stopped breathing immediately when given a vaccine. Thank God the baby was revived but if a "simple" vaccine can cause a kid to STOP breathing/die, what does it do to their tiny undeveloped brain!
Every kid that I can think of who has committed a mass killing had some of these mental problems and I'm sure on medication for it. GUNS are not the root of the problem. They need to quit poisoning kids.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81734 Jan 10, 2013
Many consider a 7.62 X 39 as an assault weapon. Yes, it is rather light weight and can hold an expanded clip beyond it's normal capacity and I have no problem with limiting the sale of expanded clips or full metal jackets; but I do not like the "nibbling" away of our Freedoms especially those guaranteed by the Constitution.

I don't hunt and don't even have a hunting license and do not belong to the NRA, but I do live in an area where there are potential wild animals and even a possible rabid dog or terminally sick animal that needs to be put out of it's misery quickly. I recall my Dad being most irritated when I did not down the hog with the first shot and allowed it to suffer.

I don't want to just "wound" a wild animal and make it even more ferocious. I have only fired that weapon when cleaning, usually annually.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81735 Jan 10, 2013
Despite the perception that Mr. Obama is anti-gun rights (gun shop owners say fear of his policies drives strong gun sales), he has repeatedly reaffirmed the right to bear arms. Indeed, the only gun-control laws he has signed as president have been to expand gun rights – allowing guns on national park lands and Amtrak trains. He also said this year that “hunting and shooting are part of a cherished national heritage.”

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/obama-vs-romne...

How much do you know about the Second Amendment? A quiz.
http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2011/110...

I missed one that was a No or Probably Not answer. See what you get? I think the push to get assault weapons off the streets and mental health issues is a good place to start considering all the mass shootings in the last few years. I still do not believe there is some plot to take guns away from our citizens.

I did see that Dr Phil segment yesterday too. It is a wonder that kid hadn't already killed someone. Very disturbed kid. Could it be the vaccines..possibly. Seems to me people get all riled about assumptions, not facts.
W KY Girl

Chicago, IL

#81736 Jan 10, 2013
The 2nd Ammendment was not put in place to ensure "hunting rights." It was put in place so that the citizens could protect themselves against a government gone bad. This AR 15 rifle (.223 cal.) that has got some so upset is not an "assult" rifle. Many of them are made to look like assult rifles, but they are not assult rifles. The AR 15 (.223 cal.) is not a "machine gun" with continuous shots with one pull of the trigger. One shot is fired for each time the trigger is pulled.
I am pretty sure our state police carry .223 caliber rifles. There was a guy here in western KY shot and killed by a state trooper about three months ago with one of those rifles. If the citizens don't need .223 caliber guns, why does the state police need them to use on the citizens??? "The people" need equal firepower with the police and the government should SHTF. If anybody believes the bible at all you have to know that there is a day coming when our own government is going to turn on us.
W KY Girl

Chicago, IL

#81737 Jan 10, 2013
AND Adam Lanza did not even use an AR 15 during the CT shooting. The police said that an AR 15 rifle was found in the trunk of his car. He never even got it out of the car, yet people are on the bandwagon to ban them.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81738 Jan 10, 2013
Three areas where Biden and NRA can find common ground

There are obviously deep divisions between the two -- they are never going to agree on the vast majority of proposals, especially the assault weapons ban (despite the fact that it was once backed by Ronald Reagan) and a ban on high-capacity ammunition clips.

But there may be some surprising opportunities to find common ground, even on this most contentious issue. The NRA has backed specific plans to crack down on gun violence in the past that the president could enact through executive order, and polls of NRA members suggest there is even more unexpected common ground to be found.

But beyond these efforts to fear-monger for political and personal profit, the fact that some common ground exists between the White House and the NRA on gun control should be a heartening sign, a reality check amid all the overheated rhetoric.

Reasoning together to solve problems should never be considered impossible in America.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/10/opinion/avlon-o...

I think too many Americans are listening to conspiracy theorist and are too paranoid. You can believe what you want to believe. Everyone has an opinion, just like an asshole. I have read and listened to this since the early 90's and yet have seen evidence where anyone is determined to disarm Americans. Regulation is needed on certain type of weapons, clips, background checks etc..people just need to deal with it. If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about.

Now I am done on the gun/politics, so you all have at it. That is just my opinion. No one is going to change their own I am sure. Too much paranoia for me.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81739 Jan 10, 2013
The problem is in definition. The general public does not know the difference between automatic and semi-automatic and what is the definition of assault weapon versus high-powered.
W KY Girl

Chicago, IL

#81740 Jan 10, 2013
There is a .22 caliber gun that is made that looks just like an AR !5 .223 caliber. Of course you could kill somebody with a .22. You could kill somebody with a BB gun! But the .22 is really a light weight rifle that most of the folk I know have in their house. My mom gave me a .22 for Christmas when I was about 10 years old! My point, just because they made it "look" like an assult rifle doesn't make it an assult rifle.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81741 Jan 10, 2013
On a lighter note, another KFC story followup from London. lol

What the cluck? Chicken-costumed KFC protester pelted with nuggets

Olly Tyler planned to protest KFC for two days, standing outside a Trowbridge, England, store in a giant chicken costume and hoping to raise awareness about the chain's alleged "chicken cruelty." He lasted less than five hours after being repeatedly pelted with chicken wings, nuggets and sauce packets, before finally being tackled by a pair of Colonel Sanders-loving customers. The 16-year-old spent $962 on his handmade chicken suit (which might actually be the weirdest aspect of this story) and says that because of the chicken-on-chicken violence, he was forced to abandon his campaign. "I decided not to return the next day," he said. "When you are in a chicken costume, you can't do anything to defend yourself." [Source]

http://now.msn.com/olly-tyler-kfc-protester-p...

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#81742 Jan 10, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
On a lighter note, another KFC story followup from London. lol
What the cluck? Chicken-costumed KFC protester pelted with nuggets
Olly Tyler planned to protest KFC for two days, standing outside a Trowbridge, England, store in a giant chicken costume and hoping to raise awareness about the chain's alleged "chicken cruelty." He lasted less than five hours after being repeatedly pelted with chicken wings, nuggets and sauce packets, before finally being tackled by a pair of Colonel Sanders-loving customers. The 16-year-old spent $962 on his handmade chicken suit (which might actually be the weirdest aspect of this story) and says that because of the chicken-on-chicken violence, he was forced to abandon his campaign. "I decided not to return the next day," he said. "When you are in a chicken costume, you can't do anything to defend yourself." [Source]
http://now.msn.com/olly-tyler-kfc-protester-p...
AB, can you just imagine being dressed up in a chicken costume and being assaulted by a group of over grown, cornbread fed, chicken molesting farm boys? Ahahahah.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81743 Jan 10, 2013
Good morning Teddy, how are you on this rainy day?(If it is raining down there lol)

No, I can't imagine in my lifetime I would dress up like a chicken for anything, but I bet that was a sight to see. haha
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81744 Jan 10, 2013
haha, there they are. Guess I ruffled someone's feathers. Knock yourself out on the icons. Too funny. Play your game.

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#81745 Jan 10, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Good morning Teddy, how are you on this rainy day?(If it is raining down there lol)
No, I can't imagine in my lifetime I would dress up like a chicken for anything, but I bet that was a sight to see. haha
Good morning AB, it has been raining here, but quite warm. I went out early to take the dogs out to wee wee and feed ol' tom. It was comfortable in my t-shirt and overalls. Lol. Yep, someone that would spend that much to make a chicken costume has got more money than sense. Lol.

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#81746 Jan 10, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
haha, there they are. Guess I ruffled someone's feathers. Knock yourself out on the icons. Too funny. Play your game.
I think they dislike me more than you. Lol. Probably because you answered my post.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81747 Jan 10, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
Good morning AB, it has been raining here, but quite warm. I went out early to take the dogs out to wee wee and feed ol' tom. It was comfortable in my t-shirt and overalls. Lol. Yep, someone that would spend that much to make a chicken costume has got more money than sense. Lol.
It is warm, and suppose to get almost 70 this weekend. What global warming? haha

Seems like that idiot could have rented a chicken suit instead of spending 900 dollars on making one. Crazy people. I think a disgruntled employee is the culprit behind that disgusting piece of chicken. Knew it when they breaded it that it wasn't normal. Of course it is in London. That may be why. Not the brightest bunch.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#81748 Jan 10, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
I think they dislike me more than you. Lol. Probably because you answered my post.
You are probably right on it. Childish, but if it that floats their boat, they can have at it. It has always been and now more evident the icons were for the posters not the content of the posts. They mean nothing.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#81749 Jan 10, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
You are probably right on it. Childish, but if it that floats their boat, they can have at it. It has always been and now more evident the icons were for the posters not the content of the posts. They mean nothing.
Actually the judge icons and those anonymously clicking them mean nothing. We to tend to think that the clicks are from other posters, but they might just be from clickers that never post. In ay case, it does not matter. As UNA says, he is not trying to win a popularity contest. I am not either.
W KY Girl

Chicago, IL

#81750 Jan 10, 2013
Those who like Obama, skip this...

Phyllis Schlaflay- "No Higher Power: Obama's War On Religious Freedom"
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Since: Apr 09

FARTSBURG

#81751 Jan 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually the judge icons and those anonymously clicking them mean nothing. We to tend to think that the clicks are from other posters, but they might just be from clickers that never post. In ay case, it does not matter. As UNA says, he is not trying to win a popularity contest. I am not either.
Hello AW. I think it's rather funny. At least the ones judging with the(lips wanting to kiss my butt)have slowed down. Lol.

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#81752 Jan 10, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
It is warm, and suppose to get almost 70 this weekend. What global warming? haha
Seems like that idiot could have rented a chicken suit instead of spending 900 dollars on making one. Crazy people. I think a disgruntled employee is the culprit behind that disgusting piece of chicken. Knew it when they breaded it that it wasn't normal. Of course it is in London. That may be why. Not the brightest bunch.
You got that right, not the brightest bunch in the world. Glad we got our independence from them. We might be rosey cheeked, puss lipped and talking like we have got a mouthful of hot poop if we hadn't. LOL.

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