Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,705

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

Full Story
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83094 Jan 21, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
Good take your opinion to someone else then and quit responding to mine. AND no where does it imply you are JESUS and the WWJD comment is obviously over your head since you were obviously insulted by it. Your comments might be better suited for the many political sites you can fit in bashing the leader of the free world. You missed the whole point. Good day!
You responded to my post first. LOL I see why Una & Imposter use to say you thought you ran this thread. Good day to you too.:)
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83095 Jan 21, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
Good morning. Hope you all have a nice national holiday. Frankly I recall all the anti white comments made by an uprising MLK who hated the white man. He did later change his course and spoke of a peaceful equality and the riots that often flowed from his appearances in many cities fadded away with his new peaceful approach. Another was Queen Latifa, who downed white women so bad she was embarrassed, especially her comments of white women "stealing" quality black men from the black race. Now she is everywhere and famous and is now all about "one people" and apparently now likes the white people who made her rich. Ok, so I'm old school and don't easily forget nor forgive the harsh words of the past. I have black friends, they have dined at my table and rode bikes with me and I value them as friends, so I'm not a racist, just not a "forgivest". I don't work so it's just another day to me, but I will not celebrate a man who fully intends to step on my 2nd amendment rights.
Hempburn! Careful with those opinions!!! LOL Take it all back or you too will be banned to the Paul Threads! LOL
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83096 Jan 21, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>
You sure had me fooled.
I promise, I'm really not Jesus.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#83097 Jan 21, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@Hempburn.. did you not just get through forgiving the Japanese? hmmmmm I heard Dr. King from his earliest days until his death, and I saw no hatred toward white people in general but only disdain toward the actions of some and the apathy of others.
Na, not the Japanese either. As I walked thru some of the small cobble streets of Japan a week ago, I was sent with escort of six elder Japanese sword masters/martial arts experts, who's job was to see me and my new katana safely to my hotel. They no doubt did not forget bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki but we did not judge the acts of countries, but the actions of the man. It would be easy to hate, say the Germans, Japanese, Russians, the English, French or anyone we've war'd against or fled from. My family fought and died in every single war since the Mayflower landed but I hate no one. But I'm a realist also, the individual is in my opinion held responsible for his own actions and words. While people may appear to change and some do,,I will still keep the old in memory and meet new with due caution.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83098 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
You responded to my post first. LOL I see why Una & Imposter use to say you thought you ran this thread. Good day to you too.:)
A childish response is what most of have come to expect of you. I never said or implied I ran this thread. It was because I referred to it as "our" thread when talking about the regulars. I think you have a problem with all our animosity turning around after months of harsh comments. Sorry. YOU responded to my comment made to noone in particular. Go back and look. Maybe go take a chill pill if you need to. You are bent out over nothing. Notice the last line in my comment...JMO. You have yours, I have mine. So we may not agree on today's opinions you want to hurl insults. Go ahead. Nothing you can hurl will make me go away. I have been slammed by the best of them. Now, GOOD day!

W KY Girl
United States
#83080
1 hr ago

Abeliever wrote:

Parties aside the eyes of the world are on America today as it becomes a day for the history books. Despite your agreement or disagreement with America's choice in the election it is a great day for our country to demonstrate our democracy. I don't care who you voted for. I have always watched history being made despite who got elected. I think it is unAmerican not to. JMO

You wrote:
I'm watching to see if the fool gives any hints as to what else he is going to pull on us! lol Too bad he is stinking up MLK Jr Day.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83099 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Hempburn! Careful with those opinions!!! LOL Take it all back or you too will be banned to the Paul Threads! LOL
haha, childish, grow up WKY Girl!
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83100 Jan 21, 2013
Minnesota shivers as wind chill nears 50 below zero; New England braces for foot of snow

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/21/16...

Thankfully all around us but not KENTUCKY. Hope it stays that way. lol
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83101 Jan 21, 2013
On a lighter note...too funny:

Braying donkey used as getaway car by dumbass thieves

Donkeys donít make good getaway cars. Just ask the three Colombians whose Laurel and Hardy-style burglary plan included speeding off on an elderly ass (not the animal shown above). The trio had slipped through the roof of a shop in the Caribbean town of Juan de Acosta, pilfered a buffet's worth of rum, sardines, rice and other victuals and carefully loaded it onto 10-year-old Xavi the donkey. Perhaps annoyed at being awake at 2 a.m.(or maybe because he missed his owner, from whom he'd been stolen the day before), Xavi began braying. The thieves took off when the cops showed up, abandoning the loot-laden creature. All the swag was returned ó including the noisy donkey.[Source]
http://now.msn.com/donkey-foils-burglary-in-c...
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83102 Jan 21, 2013
Magnitude: 5.1
Alaska
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php

The whole west coast is rocking from the looks of this map...California, Nevada, Washington, but mostly Alaska today.
Ancient Wolf

Versailles, KY

#83103 Jan 21, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
<quoted text>
Na, not the Japanese either. As I walked thru some of the small cobble streets of Japan a week ago, I was sent with escort of six elder Japanese sword masters/martial arts experts, who's job was to see me and my new katana safely to my hotel. They no doubt did not forget bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki but we did not judge the acts of countries, but the actions of the man. It would be easy to hate, say the Germans, Japanese, Russians, the English, French or anyone we've war'd against or fled from. My family fought and died in every single war since the Mayflower landed but I hate no one. But I'm a realist also, the individual is in my opinion held responsible for his own actions and words. While people may appear to change and some do,,I will still keep the old in memory and meet new with due caution.
I don't want to leave the thread without saying that I totally agree with this, so have a good day. BTW so did my ancestors but they only started in 1711 (except for the minute portion of Native American heritage that was already here). LOL
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83104 Jan 21, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
A childish response is what most of have come to expect of you. I never said or implied I ran this thread. It was because I referred to it as "our" thread when talking about the regulars. I think you have a problem with all our animosity turning around after months of harsh comments. Sorry. YOU responded to my comment made to noone in particular. Go back and look. Maybe go take a chill pill if you need to. You are bent out over nothing. Notice the last line in my comment...JMO. You have yours, I have mine. So we may not agree on today's opinions you want to hurl insults. Go ahead. Nothing you can hurl will make me go away. I have been slammed by the best of them. Now, GOOD day!
W KY Girl
United States
#83080
1 hr ago
Abeliever wrote:
Parties aside the eyes of the world are on America today as it becomes a day for the history books. Despite your agreement or disagreement with America's choice in the election it is a great day for our country to demonstrate our democracy. I don't care who you voted for. I have always watched history being made despite who got elected. I think it is unAmerican not to. JMO
You wrote:
I'm watching to see if the fool gives any hints as to what else he is going to pull on us! lol Too bad he is stinking up MLK Jr Day.
Pardon me, my huge mistake. Please forgive me for ever responding to your post. I am sorry I have flipped your apple cart!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#83105 Jan 21, 2013
Good morning, Bird Threaders.

But EEEEEEKS. Nope doesn't intrude into political debate. I find it redundant and futile to argue with someone over their own opinion. Much the same as religion. You can't change someones ideology nor their feelings on certain issues. Politics and religion are the same such issues.

So I'll make this short and then vacate the thread to go about my household chores until things cool off in here a bit.....
:)

Hemp, I took some time to Google your new Shinken last night, as I woke up several times unable to sleep again.(What's going on with that, I have not a clue, but it's getting MIGHTY old about now).

Anyway, I found it extremely interesting! The way they are made, the years necessary to achieve the skill that it takes to make the perfect one?? Astounding!

Now though I think back to all of the household auctions I've been too, and the yard sales where I've seen what appeared to be some VERY old swords for sale. Some for mere dollars. I'll certainly have a bit more knowledge about what I'm looking at from here on out, though not a pro by any stretch of the imagination. An hour or so of Googling does not a professional collector make...

Enjoy your new Shinken! Now I know why you admire them and wanted one so much that you had the patience to wait for an experienced craftsman to make it for you! Also why you spent so much money on it. Although you never put a dollar amount on here that I noticed, I can only assume from what I read and how much you said you spent while over there, that it cost you a very "pretty penny".

I'm sure you'll cherish it for many, many years. Congrats!! I'm happy for you!
:)
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83106 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Pardon me, my huge mistake. Please forgive me for ever responding to your post. I am sorry I have flipped your apple cart!
Don't flatter yourself. It was YOUR mistake. My apple cart as you put is just fine.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#83107 Jan 21, 2013
Oh, before I leave I'd like to insert just one tidbit for thought while everyone is at each others throats here. It might help defuse this situation:

"He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors."
~~Thomas Jefferson

Level 1

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#83108 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not looking for a debate of any kind but this is AMERICA and so far I do still have the right to my opinion. As far as my "Christianity"... I am a Christian, not Jesus.
You have a right to your opinion NOW, but I'm not so sure of that in the near future. If our Constitutional laws and Bill of Rights are circumvented, our First Amendment rights will soon follow. I don't care about politics. As a matter of fact, I vote for the who I think would be best for our country. I respect the Office of POTUS, but I don't need to bow down to any individual who holds that office temporarily. I hold fast to the ideals held by our nation's founders. If any individual breaks the law, regardless of how high the level of government, then that individual is guilty of sedition or treason. That is just my opinion. History will play out, and we will see the legacy of our current POTUS. Interference with the right to bear arms violates the Second Amendment. Having doctors asking patients if they have guns, then reporting it to the government breaks the HIPPA laws (privacy laws) that are in place now. I wonder how many people know that there is a $25,000. penalty for any individual, including doctors, to release unauthorized medical information. We have the right to free speech and encouraging a private citizen to report information to the government without a patient's permission interferes with free speech and confidentiality. That will make people reluctant to speak their minds. I believe these things no matter what race, religious affiliation, or political party is in office. Therefore, my comments are not political, instead they are about the freedoms I enjoy as a citizen of the USA. Folks, we are descending down the slippery slope, with caution thrown to the wind.
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83109 Jan 21, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
You have a right to your opinion NOW, but I'm not so sure of that in the near future. If our Constitutional laws and Bill of Rights are circumvented, our First Amendment rights will soon follow. I don't care about politics. As a matter of fact, I vote for the who I think would be best for our country. I respect the Office of POTUS, but I don't need to bow down to any individual who holds that office temporarily. I hold fast to the ideals held by our nation's founders. If any individual breaks the law, regardless of how high the level of government, then that individual is guilty of sedition or treason. That is just my opinion. History will play out, and we will see the legacy of our current POTUS. Interference with the right to bear arms violates the Second Amendment. Having doctors asking patients if they have guns, then reporting it to the government breaks the HIPPA laws (privacy laws) that are in place now. I wonder how many people know that there is a $25,000. penalty for any individual, including doctors, to release unauthorized medical information. We have the right to free speech and encouraging a private citizen to report information to the government without a patient's permission interferes with free speech and confidentiality. That will make people reluctant to speak their minds. I believe these things no matter what race, religious affiliation, or political party is in office. Therefore, my comments are not political, instead they are about the freedoms I enjoy as a citizen of the USA. Folks, we are descending down the slippery slope, with caution thrown to the wind.
I agree 100%. And good morning Lala.

Level 1

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#83110 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree 100%. And good morning Lala.
Good day to you, as well....but it is afternoon. Boy, time goes quickly.
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83111 Jan 21, 2013
@Lala This interference with a person seeking medical services is only going to lead to those with mental issues (or a family member with mental issues) NOT seeking medical help for fear of being reported to the government then being denied II Amendment rights or being put on some watch list. Of course somebody with severe mental issues does not need a gun. But what person has not experienced some level of depression during their lifetime?
W KY Girl

Hartford, WI

#83112 Jan 21, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
Good day to you, as well....but it is afternoon. Boy, time goes quickly.
I make that mistake a lot. lol Whatever time of day it is, I hope you are having a good one.
Peter Piper

United States

#83113 Jan 21, 2013
W KY Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree 100%. And good morning Lala.
Me too, our rights are slowly being taken away and some on here don't even notice it.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Louisville Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Cardinals Basketball 1 hr ForumCommando 2
Grade lane hit and run (Travis Christy)This is ... (Nov '12) 3 hr defeated 130
best night spot to meet thirty something ladie... 17 hr ForumCommando 2
Why did Wave 3 Kevin & Carrie harned get divorce? (Aug '13) 22 hr luvthemkats1 38
mari stuart Wed cali 1
wiliam brewer aka disco Tue sarah 2
Mitch McConnell Alison Grimes Tue rick 18
Carla Rushing Aka The pornstar Cody lane Living... (Nov '11) Nov 17 Vinohutch20 259
Louisville Dating
Find my Match

Louisville People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

Louisville News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Louisville

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]

NFL Latest News

Updated 11:56 pm PST

NBC Sports11:56PM
Colts put in extra time to prepare for McCoy - NBC Sports
Bleacher Report 3:59 AM
Washington Redskins vs. Indianapolis Colts: Breaking Down Washington's Game Plan
NFL 4:44 AM
Redskins players 'surprised' by RGIII's benching
Bleacher Report 7:19 AM
Breaking Down Colts' Game Plan
NBC Sports 8:12 AM
Colts make a change at cornerback