Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81774 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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Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83539 Jan 24, 2013
I believe Pastor Fat Wallet must reside in West Kentucky.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83540 Jan 24, 2013
@Roaming.. I had a big flock of black birds hanging around on my propery most all of today plus several robins. Maybe they were pecking up what they could find knowing that bad weather is coming.

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#83541 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I believe Pastor Fat Wallet must reside in West Kentucky.
Amen, Bro. Wolf ahh. Glory!

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#83542 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I was a while ago but slept 2 hours. I hope that is not all I get tonight.
Yep I had a long nap and woke up at seven, then I had to fix the evening meal for me and the doggies. LOL. I know what you mean AW. I test it out on the dogs first. If they don't lick their butts to get the taste out of their mouths, I join them in the stuff I cooked.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83543 Jan 24, 2013
For our next Hymn we will sing "Bringing in the Cheese".
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83544 Jan 24, 2013
My dog can wake from a sound sleep at the slightest rattle of a Little Debbie cookie paper. LOL I try to be quiet, but he always wins.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83545 Jan 24, 2013
I see they are preparing for a chilly super bowl. I already had a super bowl of chili.

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#83546 Jan 24, 2013
AB, if you check back in, I made it to Save A Lot just fine, got my Diet Cokes and some more goodies. Lol. I neary got wiped out at Food Lion though.

That's the only place in town that sells kitty toms Purina One for urinary tract health. Here I come near the checkout with a bag of kitty food, a gallon of distilled water for my APAP machine and a tiny bag of White Lily flour. I buy that brand because it matches my lily white butt. Well anyway this lady comes around a corner so fast her shopping cart is leaning like a motorcycle and nearly wipes me and my shopping cart out. LOL. She was speeding her way to an empty checkout lane that had just opened. We almost had homemade biscuits and cat food right there. LOL. That's a dangerous place right before snow and ice are mentioned. I think I had rather drive on the ice, much safer.

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#83547 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
My dog can wake from a sound sleep at the slightest rattle of a Little Debbie cookie paper. LOL I try to be quiet, but he always wins.
They are sharp. One of mine hears the light click when I turn off the computer monitor and heads to the kitchen. They have to have a treat at bedtime. They stand looking at me when the can opener is operating, they think every can is a can of Salmon. Dogs are hilarious and hard to fool.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83548 Jan 24, 2013
@UNA.. The Food Lion's around here in 3 nearby towns have all closed. Could be the woman pretending to be Mario Andretti with the careening shopping cart has already wiped them out. LOL

I can go into a store with 500 shopping carts and I always get the one with the flat tire. That way Ol' Wreckless Hannah can hear me coming with my flop flop flop. lOl
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83549 Jan 24, 2013
Last week I went to the Sav-a-lot and got my favorite cart with the flat tire and the first thing I put in there was a gallon of milk. By the time I picked up a few other goodies and got to the check out, I had a gallon of buttermilk. LOL

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#83550 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I see they are preparing for a chilly super bowl. I already had a super bowl of chili.
Please tell me you didn't try the Southgate chili. LOL. I noticed they had raised the price on the Wolf Brand chili(big mistake). They did well to sell that slop for a dollar a can. The good ol' Southgate chili is still a dollar. I think both brands came out of the same greasy slop bucket. Canned Cholesterol at it's best.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83551 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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They are sharp. One of mine hears the light click when I turn off the computer monitor and heads to the kitchen. They have to have a treat at bedtime. They stand looking at me when the can opener is operating, they think every can is a can of Salmon. Dogs are hilarious and hard to fool.
Mine will sit in the recliner staring at me in the kitchen cooking the bacon and eggs and biscuits and gravy and not bat an eye. But the minute he hears the sound of my plate on the counter, he is up and to the kitchen like he was fired out of a cannon. I should have named him "Flash" lol

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#83552 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@UNA.. The Food Lion's around here in 3 nearby towns have all closed. Could be the woman pretending to be Mario Andretti with the careening shopping cart has already wiped them out. LOL
I can go into a store with 500 shopping carts and I always get the one with the flat tire. That way Ol' Wreckless Hannah can hear me coming with my flop flop flop. lOl
That could be AW. There has been rumors of this one closing. It just might after todays speeder. Lol. That's amazing I usually wind up with one of those flat tired carts or one with one of the front wheels locked up.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83553 Jan 24, 2013
No, I would never buy that Wolf brand garbage again. I cheat though and start with a can of Bush's best chili magic starter. That contains the beans, sauces, and all the necessary spices. I add a pound of ground chuck and a pint of home canned tomatoes and Eureaka!! Chili that is actually fit to eat.

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#83554 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Mine will sit in the recliner staring at me in the kitchen cooking the bacon and eggs and biscuits and gravy and not bat an eye. But the minute he hears the sound of my plate on the counter, he is up and to the kitchen like he was fired out of a cannon. I should have named him "Flash" lol
LOL. Yep, every morning I bring breakfast to my computer table. My two will be sitting on the bed behind me. If I ignore them the tiny Poodle will let out a low growl. Lol. Yep, they get their eggs too.
WKG

Aurora, IL

#83555 Jan 24, 2013
Joel Osteen, "Hit the Delete Button" 25 min.
(Dealing with negative people.)
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#83556 Jan 24, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
No, I would never buy that Wolf brand garbage again. I cheat though and start with a can of Bush's best chili magic starter. That contains the beans, sauces, and all the necessary spices. I add a pound of ground chuck and a pint of home canned tomatoes and Eureaka!! Chili that is actually fit to eat.
I had never noticed the chili starter. That sounds good and easy. Those home canned tomatoes especially. My mom used those in all her soup & chili. Of course I don't have those. I just usually use a can of tomato juice for the base liquid. Not as good though. I usually add a can or two of whole kernel corn to chili too.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83557 Jan 24, 2013
I got one with the locked up wheels when the December money came and went around a corner and knocked over a complete display. I backed up and waited around the corner and when some lady came from the other direction I pulled back out and pointed at the mess and said "Wow". hehehe
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83559 Jan 24, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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I had never noticed the chili starter. That sounds good and easy. Those home canned tomatoes especially. My mom used those in all her soup & chili. Of course I don't have those. I just usually use a can of tomato juice for the base liquid. Not as good though. I usually add a can or two of whole kernel corn to chili too.
That Bush's Chili Magic is spiced just right to suit my taste Not too bland or too spicy. If I don't have home canned tomatoes, I don't use the juice though but use bought tomatoes. I crush the tomatoes. That gives it a little more texture. It is very easy. I brown the ground chuck in my big pot, then toss in the tomatoes and crunch them up with a fork, then toss in the Chili magic and stir it around. The chili magic has some juices as well as the tomatoes. I might have to try adding the corn. I have never done that.

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