Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,776

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

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#83951 Jan 27, 2013
Good morning, everyone. Another chilly start to the day, but warming up some until the next blast of Canadian air, dipping down with the jet stream. Now, today is the Sabbath. No fighting on this day of rest. LOL
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83952 Jan 27, 2013
For the BIRDS:

Mom Decorah on nest & dad joins her, awesome to see both of them,1/26/13
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1:44 she flies in. Awesome watching them together, sharing the nesting duties. I can't wait to see their family again this year. I wonder if the 3 they had last year ever come for a visit. Of course, 1 of them died by electrocution on a transformer. From egg to flight is something to see. I look forward to it. What majestic birds.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83953 Jan 27, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning, everyone. Another chilly start to the day, but warming up some until the next blast of Canadian air, dipping down with the jet stream. Now, today is the Sabbath. No fighting on this day of rest. LOL
Good morning lala. It is chilly, warming up to 45 here and then the rain comes in this evening. I will take it compared to the s-word we could be getting since it is January. lol Happy Sabbath Day.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#83954 Jan 27, 2013
Going to be cloudy but in the 50's today. Looking forward to it being a tiny bit warmer.

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#83955 Jan 27, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Good morning Hemburn. I hope you are feeling better and aren't too sore from your tumble. I knew there was one on weed killing but didn't see it in the article I posted. I will write this one down for those cracks in the sidewalk that I spray with Weed B Gone every year. It certainly will be cheaper. Thanks. I hope you enjoy your Sunday. Did you get offered any strange menus while in Japan? Check out this picture of a dirt meal. hahaha $110 haha
$110 Japanese dirt menu is more than just mud pies
Eating dirt has suddenly become a much more expensive proposition. The $110 dirt-themed menu from Japan's Ne Quittez Pas gives a whole new meaning to "salt of the earth," with chef Toshio Tanabe crafting seven different dishes centered around soil. But before you grab your shovel and try a bit of home cooking, you should know the "dirt" in this menu isn't just scooped up from the yard. It's actually made from the compost of a company called Protoleaf using discarded coffee grounds and palm fiber that are strictly safety tested.[Source]
http://now.msn.com/dirt-restaurant-in-japan-c...
Yuck! Double dog yuck! Triple dog yuck. Won't be trying that one anytime soon.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#83956 Jan 27, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Yuck! Double dog yuck! Triple dog yuck. Won't be trying that one anytime soon.
haha I agree. I will stick with my Southern Style cooking taught to me by my mother and grandmother.:)
WKG

Hines, IL

#83957 Jan 27, 2013
@Oglala Good morning. I hope you had a good visit with your daughter and the kids. Me and the sweetie went to a supper/party late yesterday afternoon and got home about 11:00 or so. Everybody had a ball, us included - lots of great food, laughing, saw a little dancing and a whole lot of fun - LOUD but fun. lol I peeked in and saw Nope being bashed and I wanted to at least make an appearance just to give her some relief but I was so dang exhausted I couldn't. But Nope handles the gnats very well and has fun doing it. She doesn't need any help - they might but she doesn't! lol Funny how they have to gang up on her and still can't win. LOL

I hope you have a great day Lala. I just listened to a sermon that is no doubt one of the best I have ever heard. I definitely need to apply this sermon to my own life! I had never heard of this young missionary before, Paul Washer. He is good! If you or anybody else is interested here is the link, it's almost an hour long but well worth the listen.

Paul Washer,(sermon on salvation and repentance)
&fe ature=youtube_gdata_player
Sybil

Stanton, KY

#83958 Jan 27, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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Mr Farter, you VERY WELL SHOULD BE worried about your own personal demons, aka the Boogey Man, in my opinion. I hope church tomorrow is eventful for you, if you do go. Maybe the Lord will guide your pastor toward a sermon more suited to the direction of your misguided hate toward me.
I've seen stranger things happen.
Even bantering back and forth with who I am only assuming was "Sybil" tonight was pretty exhilarating. It wasn't bad at all actually being able to debate with someone who could honestly keep up without having to resort to hateful and childish personal snippets.
thank you, it was pretty exhilarating for me too. You held your own pretty well until the very end when you seemed to be getting mad. Next time we have an exchange like that try not to get too enraged when I poke at you. Remember, the one who loses their cool in a debate loses ; )
Sybil

Stanton, KY

#83959 Jan 27, 2013
and one more bit of advice...long winded rants trying to defend yourself is never a good idea. It amuses me and only makes you look bad while it reveals more about you (and usually it's not good because it means you're mad for having been outed).
WKG

Hines, IL

#83960 Jan 27, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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I wonder which "saint" wrote this having no knowledge of my activities as a sperm donor or otherwise as a BIG BROTHER?.
"No it is not your problem. Like a lot of men, you have aready raised your own".
JUDGE NOT LEST YE BE JUDGED". and yes, I did write the above post.
******** W KY Girl wrote: <quoted text> There are so many dead-beat dads, so many that were nothing but sperm doners. I have a couple nephews who have grown up without their dads in their lives and it is really heartbreaking. It would have meant the world to those boys if some man had of stepped up to the plate and just been a friend to them. You ought to think about it. I have wished a million times that men in the church would do that. No it's not your problem. Like a lot of men, you have already raised your own.********
@AW, Yes I remember writing that post but that is not the complete message. I don't see how you took that sentence wrong. It was just a statement. It was not in any way meant as disrespectful to you or as judging you in any way. You said you had been married 40 something years and had two sons. I assume you did raise your own kids. There are a lot of men who don't take any part in raising their own kids and I hate that because of what it does to the kids! But for those who have raised their own kids, SOME don't want to take any part in helping out other kids who don't have a dad (or mom) in their life. I was not saying that YOU don't or haven't. How could I when I don't even know you? And no a kid who has no dad is not really the problem of a man who did raise his own kids. But it is wonderful that SOME MEN will step up and help those fatherless kids. I wish more men would do that. As I said, I don't know how you took that sentence wrong and I'm sorry you did BUT I'm sure you will believe what you want to. If I am going to disrespect somebody I am a whole lot more straight to the point than that!

And, if you think that I come across or even TRY to come across as a "saint"... please clean your glasses. lol I do make "somewhat" of an effort to do/live right but I stink it up very badly very regularly. That is why I have a Savior.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#83961 Jan 27, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
<quoted text>
Good morning Hemburn. I hope you are feeling better and aren't too sore from your tumble. I knew there was one on weed killing but didn't see it in the article I posted. I will write this one down for those cracks in the sidewalk that I spray with Weed B Gone every year. It certainly will be cheaper. Thanks. I hope you enjoy your Sunday. Did you get offered any strange menus while in Japan? Check out this picture of a dirt meal. hahaha $110 haha
$110 Japanese dirt menu is more than just mud pies
Eating dirt has suddenly become a much more expensive proposition. The $110 dirt-themed menu from Japan's Ne Quittez Pas gives a whole new meaning to "salt of the earth," with chef Toshio Tanabe crafting seven different dishes centered around soil. But before you grab your shovel and try a bit of home cooking, you should know the "dirt" in this menu isn't just scooped up from the yard. It's actually made from the compost of a company called Protoleaf using discarded coffee grounds and palm fiber that are strictly safety tested.[Source]
http://now.msn.com/dirt-restaurant-in-japan-c...
I did not much weird stuff in Japan, I love stir fried vegies and they are everywhere so that was my staple food while there, although my crew of body guards insisted we stop and try something on a stick from a street vendor. I have no idea what the heck it was but apparently it's a marinated meat of sorts soaked in some godless mixture of satan's spoor and monkey crap. They ate it up as we treked thru the small streets. I donated mine after one bite to a local kid who snatched it and ran off,,, I hope he lived.
WKG

Hines, IL

#83962 Jan 27, 2013
Sybil wrote:
and one more bit of advice...long winded rants trying to defend yourself is never a good idea. It amuses me and only makes you look bad while it reveals more about you (and usually it's not good because it means you're mad for having been outed).
PLEASE don't start attacking people. There is a huge difference between debate and attacking people. If you act like some on this thread nobody will ever listen to much of anything you have to say. And ganging up on somebody really makes a person look pretty bad, especially when the person being attacked hasn't done anything.
Hope you're having a good Sunday.

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#83964 Jan 27, 2013
I agree
WKG

Maple Park, IL

#83966 Jan 27, 2013
KornKobb wrote:
I agree
Hi KornKobb.:) What do you agree with?

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#83967 Jan 27, 2013
Where is everybody today. Well, wherever you are, I hope that things are going well. Will check in later.

“TELLING IT LIKE IT IS”

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FARTSBURG

#83968 Jan 27, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
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Good morning Teddy, Congrats. We are geering towards the 84K comments on our favorite thread.:) I hope you have a great day at Sunday service all decked out to the nines. Be sure and pray for us all. We ALL need as many as we can get. Enjoy.
Hello AB, thank you very much. I was already off to Sunday School and church when you posted. Yes, I tried to look all spiffy. lol. Our pastor brought a very good sermon from 1st John on the love of God. My daughter, step grandson and I had the "midday"(lol) meal at a local restaurant, then came to this old shack. Lol. They just left a few minutes ago. I have had a very enjoyable day.

AW had a big day planned for church with relatives. I hope dog didn't eat to many crayons and get sick. Lol. I think Dog enjoys coloring with the kids in Sunday School coloring books. Hehehehe.

I hope you have had a a wonderful day :)

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FARTSBURG

#83969 Jan 27, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
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I did not much weird stuff in Japan, I love stir fried vegies and they are everywhere so that was my staple food while there, although my crew of body guards insisted we stop and try something on a stick from a street vendor. I have no idea what the heck it was but apparently it's a marinated meat of sorts soaked in some godless mixture of satan's spoor and monkey crap. They ate it up as we treked thru the small streets. I donated mine after one bite to a local kid who snatched it and ran off,,, I hope he lived.
LMAO, that is some funny stuff.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#83970 Jan 27, 2013
Good evening all! What a cloudy day, but it was nice and warm inside the Nope house.
(Thank you Lord for those great days when You allow me to actually wake up feeling like I could kick the worlds mean and hateful hiney) Those don't come around too often any more..

Hope everyone else out there has had a restful day too, even thought it's been rather dreary outside.
(Kind of gives us an excuse to be a slug though, hehe)! And hopefully those who attended church today had a wonderful sermon.

I was blessed to have a good supper of wild Alaskan caught salmon that was shipped to me from a dear friend last week, some NON-SCORCHED brussel sprouts (haha), and baby red taters. It was all broiled in the oven and it WAS delicious. I can almost feel the vitamins and nutrients surging through my veins! Bwwahahahaha!! Made just enough to satisfy but not so much that I want to lay down and sleep it off.

Okay. Just checking in to see what all was going on since we all chatted last night.

It was fun debating with Sybil. Had some major grins throughout the hours that we bantered back and forth... Thanks for the mental workout, Syb. I enjoy that sometimes and you caught me in JUST the mood for some light hearted mischief and pot stirring, hehe.

Well, it looks like everyone is in the same lazy mood I am so far. Lazy days of winter are nice, as long as you don't have too many of them in a row I suppose, LOL!!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#83971 Jan 27, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
<quoted text>...I donated mine after one bite to a local kid who snatched it and ran off,,, I hope he lived.
Oh me... You never know what that stuff of a stick might be over there.. They do eat some strange things as far as our American standards go.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#83972 Jan 27, 2013
THE UNA FARTER wrote:
<quoted text>.....Our pastor brought a very good sermon from 1st John on the love of God. My daughter, step grandson and I had the "midday"(lol) meal at a local restaurant, then came to this old shack. Lol. They just left a few minutes ago. I have had a very enjoyable day.
Glad to hear you had a good day at church and then afterward too, Una.

I missed the broadcast of my favorite church online today. I overslept. I'm very happy that they have an online live feed. It's too far away to attend in person, but I can watch it online! It's the same church that my family attends out of state. I can always catch the recorded replay online later though when I oversleep like that.

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