Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,784

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

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#83686 Jan 26, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Full moon...???
It sure seems like it, doesn't it

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#83687 Jan 26, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Hello Everyone! My previous comment was directed at all that hate and discontment I was reading. Sure be glad when it warms up so everyone can get out and about a lil bit.
Maybe loosen up and relax and be more tolerant of thy Topix Neighbor?
Just a thought. Go ahead and cuss me if you want.
Tolerance is a necessary for the free exchange of ideas. You have that right. Respect for others' opinions is equally important. If we all thought the same thing at the same time, how boring life would be!!!!!

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#83688 Jan 26, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
So yesterday I step out on the porch about 7 am and my feet went over my head and I came crashing down with my back hitting the sharp edge of the step across the shoulder blades. Pain, oh yes plenty to spare. Then get to feeling bad. Temp 102. So off to the dr. Flu and bruised ribs and spine. But the coffee,, ummmm my black goddess still loves me.
I'm sorry to hear about all of that. Those falls anymore are like getting body slammed on concrete. I knew you didn't give a report yesterday I thought, I wonder if Humpaburn slipped on ice while securing the bunny trail and slid into the next county. Dang, I was close. Nothing like a gallon of java and the loving wife to pep you up in the morning. Lol.

Hope you get to feeling better. I really mean that.

Farterman.
W KY Girl

Dunlap, IL

#83690 Jan 26, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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I think that you have much to contribute, but I wish that you would not get angry with anyone. We all need to come together with a spirit of goodwill. I have a suggestion. Post whatever you like, and if anyone is interested in the subject matter that you bring up, they will respond to the content of what you are posting. Those who are uninterested should just scroll on by without comment. Just try it for awhile and see if it works. If you do get a nasty response, just ignore it without getting upset. Life is much too short to worry about the small stuff. My suggestion to you is meant to be constructive. I hope that you don't take it as a criticism.
I agree with you. It just really ticked me off that AB was herself doing exactly what she had her name calling fit a few days ago and accused me of doing --- changing names and hanging out on the Paul sites. After her sanctimonious remarks, she was doing what she accused me of. LOL She gave her speech on how aweful those sites are and how she does not talk politics only to slip up and come in here under her "political thread moniker, Ditch Mitch." And what gets me the most was her accusing me of being a fake and a liar! LOL Normally I would have no reason WHATSOEVER to even care what names she uses or how many or what threads she hangs out on. I do not care. But considering her hypocritical attack on me the other day... But really, whatever.
You are right, I think that if somebody does not care about what I post they should just scroll on by it. I do plenty of scrolling on by some posts myself. There are more people reading than just those who contribute to the conversation in here. Maybe some readers are interested. I post things for them, not always for the people contributing.
W KY Girl

Dunlap, IL

#83691 Jan 26, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
So yesterday I step out on the porch about 7 am and my feet went over my head and I came crashing down with my back hitting the sharp edge of the step across the shoulder blades. Pain, oh yes plenty to spare. Then get to feeling bad. Temp 102. So off to the dr. Flu and bruised ribs and spine. But the coffee,, ummmm my black goddess still loves me.
Hempburn, that had to hurt really bad -and the flu too! I feel for you. Hope you heal up soon.

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#83692 Jan 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I won't need to worry about my quarter-string-super glue for a couple weeks. After paying up a bunch of doctor bills and high winter living, I have to decide if I have enough money and gas to get to the Dollar Store for a gallon of milk, since "man canot live by bread alone" and all the sermons from Rev. Fat Wallet is not going to put milk in the fridge or gas in the truck. Dog will just have to eat Kibbles & Bits and forego the crayons for a couple weeks. LOL
Yep on the doctor bills, I'm still getting billed for things done in Oct. Just when I think I've got everybody paid, here comes another one. Lol. When I saw my electric bill I went fartless for a few minutes, only a few though. The thermostat is set at 65 degrees and the weather really hasn't been that cold yet.

I bet Dog doesn't like those off brand crayons from the Dollar Store either. Can't blame him though, you don't like Wolf brand chili either. Lol. I couldn't believe it, when I was at Food Lion the other day, they had Wolf brand chili, that junk was as high or in some cases higher than the name brands. They must be trying to get rid of that mess, by making people think, this must be some good stuff by it's high price. Lol.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83693 Jan 26, 2013
I saw something on the National Geographic channel yesterday that tends to blow racism out of the water, if it is even remotely true.

It said that Scientists had proven that the genetic DNA markers of all man kind can be traced to a population of about 2000 Hadzabe dark skinned natives out of Africa and that changes in those DNA markers have occurred as people spread out to other locations away from Africa.

It was not stating that we came from Apes but that the Adam and Eve story told in the Bible were most likely about African natives. Interesting whether I believe it or not.

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#83694 Jan 26, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning, everyone. What an icy start to the day. We're really glazed over in south-central KY. I can''t believe how tired I was yesterday. I sat down at the computer to read through the posts, and I fell asleep with my head on the keyboard. Hubby just thought I was taking a nap IN BED, so he did not want to bother me. There I stayed, for a couple of hours-- me in the hard chair, and Stein in bed, pillow under his head. Boy, when I woke up, I found a new level of Arthur Itis. I hurt from stem to stern. I will be careful not to repeat that stunt anytime soon.
Good morning Uglylala. I think the Southern part of the state got it worse. I am 9 miles North of the Tn. Border and the trees and ground are still covered with ice. Hopefully the Sun will melt it today. I tried the pan of hot water, tsp of dishwashing liquid, tsp of alcohol mixture, someone posted on here. I used it on the back steps yesterday. It deiced and didn't freeze back, even overnight.
owl

Stanton, KY

#83695 Jan 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Sure I have heard of such effects and maybe silence does follow your "deep dark thoughts", but it is a futile effort to be posting on this thread. There are no "right people" here to read your remarks and you are just pi$$ing in the wind.
There is not a single poster on this thread (including me) that has any influence over anything except their own little tiny piece of the pie and that is what makes your posts seem so silly. It is not the contents of your deep, dark thoughts so much as your thinking this thread can or will change anything. Spin those wheels, spin those locations, spin those monikers and maybe someday you will wake up and wonder "why I did all that" ?
you're right, I'm not only pissing in the wind, I'm casting pearls among swine. Everybody is a nobody, myself included. Realistically, what I say won't mean much in the grand scheme of things, but if I have had an influence on changing even one person's thoughts or attitudes for the better, that is one flap of a butterfly's wings that may someday have an effect. I am already at the point of saying "why I did all that", frankly I don't know and I am just about done pissing in the wind.

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#83696 Jan 26, 2013
I wonder if a moniker is something like a trouser monkey?

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#83698 Jan 26, 2013
owl wrote:
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you're right, I'm not only pissing in the wind, I'm casting pearls among swine. Everybody is a nobody, myself included. Realistically, what I say won't mean much in the grand scheme of things, but if I have had an influence on changing even one person's thoughts or attitudes for the better, that is one flap of a butterfly's wings that may someday have an effect. I am already at the point of saying "why I did all that", frankly I don't know and I am just about done pissing in the wind.
Good morning Sybil. Don't get discouraged. Just look at how some folks treat me and my Gems of Wisdom.
owl

Stanton, KY

#83699 Jan 26, 2013
this thread is good for everyone to get the opportunity to 'say what you need to say'. If nothing else this thread has served as a way to pass time while communicating with others from many different backgrounds and allows you to see what lurks in the minds of others. The anonymity here allows you to say things which you would probably not say in the presence of others. You can not only be more truthful, but you can also lie without regard to repurcussions and consequences of what you say. I guess that's why this thread has become so popular.
How many of you here would be able to face the people you have communicated with on this thread without feeling shame for what you have said?
HilLogic

London, KY

#83700 Jan 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I was just thinking that all the variables on this thread reminds me of something I once experienced.
A deer was trying to make it's way across a frozen lake, breaking down the ice as it came. When it got to the other side it lay on the bank almost near death from exhaustion and cold.
I felt sorry for the poor deer but the crowd that gathered was quite laughable. One old dude was down on the ground trying to give the deer some warm milk. A younger Bubba type was trying to give it some bourbon whiskey.
The 3rd and most laughable was some woman down on her hands and knees with her arms outstretched toward the Heavens, proclaiming repeatedly in loud voice "Lord, save this deer".
Then a realist came by and saved the deer in his freezer. I think the deer might have even survived if it were not for all the futile hovering of warm milk, bourbon, and prayers.
What a great analogy; morality, immorality, religion and logic. ;-)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83702 Jan 26, 2013
HilLogic wrote:
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What a great analogy; morality, immorality, religion and logic. ;-)
and humor and compassion.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83704 Jan 26, 2013
owl wrote:
How many of you here would be able to face the people you have communicated with on this thread without feeling shame for what you have said?
The variable for me would be about 10% shame and 90% pride. I guess as humans that is about as good as one can hope for. Only "ONE" was perfect, and HE was crucified.
W KY Girl

Dunlap, IL

#83705 Jan 26, 2013
owl wrote:
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you're right, I'm not only pissing in the wind, I'm casting pearls among swine. Everybody is a nobody, myself included. Realistically, what I say won't mean much in the grand scheme of things, but if I have had an influence on changing even one person's thoughts or attitudes for the better, that is one flap of a butterfly's wings that may someday have an effect. I am already at the point of saying "why I did all that", frankly I don't know and I am just about done pissing in the wind.
Boy you got that right!!! I have NOTHING bad at all to say about Hempburn, Nope or Oglala. But no doubt I have been casting pearls among a few swine. When so-called "Christians" are offended by Christ related posts, IT SAYS A LOT! When some people who claim to go to church every Sunday act as they do, it is no wonder people are turned away from Christianity. People like them a the reason people run away from church!
Go All A

Stanton, KY

#83707 Jan 26, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Good morning, Abeliever. Hope you have minimal trouble with ice. This time, the southern part of Ky got the foul weather, usually it is north, near the river.
Nothing wrong about alluding to a representative. Adults should be able to talk about this, as well as any other subject. I don't "talk politics," but when policy issues directly affect my well-being or pocket book, I don't shy away from discussing these important matters. Take for instance, gun control, higher taxes, increased cost of gas and necessary goods, or first and second Amendment rights of citizens. There is a difference...And no, there is no other thread that addresses these issues. Now those folks on the Rand Paul site are not even "talking politics". They are just bashing each other, and I want no part of that.
it's very difficult for most people to discuss issues without degenerating into a bashing contest because most are incapable of considering other viewpoints that do not fit their own. BTW, I thought you wanted to have a debate with me but then you got silent after I responded to your post about the issue of military aid to potentially hostile countries like Egypt. Is it because of your inflexible opinions with regards to military aid to our 'ally' Israel? This is actually a very good topic to discuss. Why is Israel our ally?
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#83708 Jan 26, 2013
I have never really told any outright lies, but I have left things a little vague from time to time and let others assume what they may. When questioned in years past by the wife as to where I had been, I would say "I went by the car lot". Which I did and that was not a lie. I drove right on by it on the way to someplace else. If she chose to assume that I had stopped, more power to her. LOL
NEO

Stanton, KY

#83710 Jan 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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The variable for me would be about 10% shame and 90% pride. I guess as humans that is about as good as one can hope for. Only "ONE" was perfect, and HE was crucified.
usually that is what happens to one who tries to be 'perfect'. Of all the people you know who go to church, do you know of any who is or strives to be Christ-like?
owl

Stanton, KY

#83712 Jan 26, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I have never really told any outright lies, but I have left things a little vague from time to time and let others assume what they may. When questioned in years past by the wife as to where I had been, I would say "I went by the car lot". Which I did and that was not a lie. I drove right on by it on the way to someplace else. If she chose to assume that I had stopped, more power to her. LOL
if you didn't tell the whole truth on the little things, then how did you deal with the bigger things?

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