Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,720

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

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snoopy

Jackson, KY

#85642 Feb 9, 2013
Tollesboro Guy wrote:
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Yes Nope, Older women are SO much better than young. They don't have a clue and many have not learned to ah, "enjoy themselves". My wife of 40 years gets better every year (Yes, I robbed the cradle) She was 15, I was 16. We grew together. She is now like a rare wine as far as I am concerned.
really you rocked the craddle well my wife'was 16 I was 26 we have been maried 16 year,s now an hope we are togeter 50"more year,s
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85643 Feb 10, 2013
Wow, no posts for the last 9 hours. I guess the people that stay up all night spinning locations and Ids are either sleeping or resting in peace.

My wife of 41 years robbed the cradle. I guess that is why I am still here and she isn't and I suppose I have always liked older women. My bottle of fine wine is empty.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85644 Feb 10, 2013
well well. My bed must be on wheels. Topix has moved me from Lexington to Berea without even shaking my bed. They are pretty slick. LOL

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Location hidden

#85645 Feb 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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It is a family feud. The Rhode Island Red hen is partial to Big Chief Fat Feather because he is a solid white Plymouth Rock and not related. The 2 young roosters that she beats up on could be her brothers LOL I guess she is just not interested in an incestous relationship. hehehe
I had ordered some RIR sex-linked chicks for pullets only, but they shipped 2 extras that turned out to be roosters. Big Chief is the only named chicken and is the only chicken I have that was raised here as a baby chick and survived and this is the only home he has ever known and as long as we both live, he won't be leaving here. His mama and grandmama got eaten by varmits which won't be eating anymore. Other varmits might, but they won't.
Pray tell, what did you do to those varmints? I have an idea, and it's not a nice one. I rescued an old hedge hog from my dogs a few years back. Caught him in my kennelcab carrier. Brought him inside and looked him over. He stood up on hind legs and checked us out, too. Other than gray hairs and aged looking eyes, we determined that he was unhurt, just outnumbered. So we gave him a ride in the truck to the back part of our property, and released him. I told our neighbor about our rescue. Come to find out, the neighbor had been trying to shoot that varmint for years, but could never get him. Boy, was he frustrated when we told him we let the varmint go safely. But, he said, "What else can you expect from Yankees." LOL

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#85646 Feb 10, 2013
True wrote:
Love stinks sometimes...
Yeah, lots of times....what else is new? LOL

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#85647 Feb 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Wow, no posts for the last 9 hours. I guess the people that stay up all night spinning locations and Ids are either sleeping or resting in peace.
My wife of 41 years robbed the cradle. I guess that is why I am still here and she isn't and I suppose I have always liked older women. My bottle of fine wine is empty.
She's still with you in many ways, I am sure. She's just on the other side of the thin veil that separates you two. When it is your time, the veil will be lifted, and you both will spend eternity together. I'm certain that the "waiting" is difficult, but time zips by quickly, as I have found, and it won't be long until you and she are reunited by the Grace of your Creator.

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#85648 Feb 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
well well. My bed must be on wheels. Topix has moved me from Lexington to Berea without even shaking my bed. They are pretty slick. LOL
That's why I post from "no Location." Topix spun me to so many places that I got dizzy. People at first were suspicious of me because of my ever-changing location, so I put a stop to it and deleted my location. I live in Lebanon, KY., and have for the last 15 years. Prior to that, I was born and raised in a little town up north called, Uxbridge. That town was smaller than Lebanon was, at the time. It's now grown and is included in "metro west." Glad I moved from there when I did, before all the "city folk" moved in and tried to change the character of the town. I could never figure out why city folks moved to the suburbs, ostensibly for peace and quiet, then immediately start trying to change the small town to resemble the city they left behind. Go figure.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85649 Feb 10, 2013
Good morning lala, Ancient Wolf and fellow bird threaders. How is everyone? Big time gap on the thread again. I guess AW is right on that one.

Hope everyone has a wonderful day.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85650 Feb 10, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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With each passing day, I'm finding that more and more apparent. It's becoming quite clear just how many socks and different unregistered user I.D's he may have actually flown under on here.
Plus, some of the things that were continually being blamed on other people, were more than likely coming from his own keyboard as well... Those Topix "crimes" he was blaming on other people, have stopped completely on this thread now.
Funny that.
I took a peek into that "other" forum this morning and saw that 'someone' is till trying to pull themselves off as Mr Farter.
(Failing miserably, but still up to it).
Common sense tells me that this is no doubt someone from within his immediate family or one of his real life friends who're trying to do some localized damage control.
My feathers would be ruffled too.
I guess you are right looking at the long gap between posts and only having one page to read back on almost everyday since he has been gone. One of his friends is trying to start a dedication thread but waiting for topix to approve a picture? I do hope whoever is posing as him stops. No one believes it now.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85651 Feb 10, 2013
Tollesboro Guy wrote:
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Good game wasn't it? Best game Cauley-Stein ever had IMHO. And if they hadn't had so much foul trouble (plus the ejection) it might have been closer. I love my CAT's, I hope they continue to improve. They look a lot better now than they did at the start of the season! Nerlens surprised me today, no blocks until near the end!
Alright, someone else who watches UK. There were two at one time besides myself and I hope they come back now that the thread has settled down with Una's passing. I was hoping those refs would swallow their whistles it was so bad they couldn't even play consistently. I have been telling people since Christmas, don't rule our Wildcats out, they are young, but will be jelled by March. I am loving Polson (KY boy) right now. He is making a difference. From the looks of the #1s not having it for long, I bet they still hope they don't see UK in their bracket. hahaha

That Louisville 101/Notre Dame 104, 5 overtimes game was something. Too bad, so sad for Ricky. haha

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#85652 Feb 10, 2013
Good morning, Abeliever and AW, et.al. Beautiful day today. I still feel sad for Una, regardless of his foul posts. I think that he was a very lonely man, embittered by something that happened to him. I will continue to post because I like to get others' viewpoints on topics of the day.
Have you seen the white present folks up north got? I am sure glad that I don't have to deal with that anymore. I have a hard time with even the briefest cold snaps that we get. Hope you all have a good day. I will pop in and out but I really have to get to some chores.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85653 Feb 10, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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So much like humans sometimes. HAHA!!
Women who've "aged" have already gained wisdom.
We're like a finely aged wine. Men can shelve us and over look us in time, thinking that we're too old to be that tasty any more. But allow us to breathe for a few minutes and we can beat the socks off that young stuff.
:)
I told them at my 40th when they said I was over the hill now, I politely told them that two 20 year olds couldn't hold a candle to me. hahaha We don't get older, we get better. Yeah, like fine wine. hahaha

Over the hill and enjoying the view...is a good one too.:)
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85654 Feb 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
well well. My bed must be on wheels. Topix has moved me from Lexington to Berea without even shaking my bed. They are pretty slick. LOL
haha, They think you should live in Berea? Like you, they have never gotten my location right what couple times they have moved me. At least they keep me in the area.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85655 Feb 10, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning, Abeliever and AW, et.al. Beautiful day today. I still feel sad for Una, regardless of his foul posts. I think that he was a very lonely man, embittered by something that happened to him. I will continue to post because I like to get others' viewpoints on topics of the day.
Have you seen the white present folks up north got? I am sure glad that I don't have to deal with that anymore. I have a hard time with even the briefest cold snaps that we get. Hope you all have a good day. I will pop in and out but I really have to get to some chores.
I feel the same way lala. I do miss him and I am sure Scottsville posters are really feeling it as much as he posted for years. I will continue to post until they take it down and keep up with regular posters and new ones. I like to share the articles and videos with everyone, plus learn all the little tips different people have come to know.

You are right about the North getting their snow package. My family in New York sent pictures of the kids frolicking in the snow for the first time. They are toddlers. Even the dog had a blast. haha

I will take our Kentucky weather now. 55 degrees with a little rain. haha

14 photos of what Nemo left outside New Englanders' doors

The Northeast woke to record-setting snowdrifts Saturday after winter storm Nemo piled up snowdrifts as high as three feet. Live somewhere warmer? Thanks to the Internet, you can experience the shock of opening your front door and seeing a wall of snow, too. New Englanders shared some jaw-dropping photos of the snow piled up outside their doors, and we've compiled some of the best in this gallery A few glass-half-full types made the most of it, like the guy who decided to turn his front porch into a beer cooler. Others, including the poor kid pictured above, weren't so happy about the harsh weather.

http://now.msn.com/winter-storm-nemo-doorway-...
madison resident

Saint Charles, IL

#85656 Feb 10, 2013
Finchh wrote:
I think it has something to do with us burning all that coal!!!
? Coal has been around for a looooonnnngggg time! Coal generation is the cleanest it has ever been right now. It has to do with natural gas fracking.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85657 Feb 10, 2013
Cat reunited with owner after 3 years

When her fluffy, gray 2-year-old cat disappeared from her Long Island, N.Y., home three years ago, Charlene Lanigan searched everywhere for him, posting signs and wandering nearby streets shaking a container of food. But she wasnít prepared to get a phone call from the East Islip animal shelter recently saying that the cat had been found.

A local resident had seen McGee hanging around his yard for the last month, and when the weather started getting colder, he brought him to the shelter to have him checked for a microchip. Now, heís back home with Lanigan.
ďI just said to him this morning,Ďwhy canít you tell me where you were?í I just missed him so much,Ē said Lanigan.

http://living.msn.com/family-parenting/pets/o...

This story made me cry. How precious, yet sad. I would love a John Unger in my life. So caring and compassionate. I will have to do my Godvines again, I know Una really liked them, despite his slurs back then. He viewed every one of them or he wouldn't have been able to mock them. He really liked the one on ducks. hahaha

Man Comforts His Best Friend of 19 Years - a Dying Dog

John Unger and his best friend Schoep have shared a bond for over 18 years. As time takes its toll on the dog, John does whatever he can to ease his pain and make sure he passes peacefully, as a true friend would.

http://www.godvine.com/Man-Comforts-His-Best-...
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#85659 Feb 10, 2013
Since they were talking about fine wine and aging, I decided to look up Donna Douglas--Ellie Mae Clampett... at age 79,her wine is a bit cloudy and I bet the swimming suit she wore out by the cement pond don't fit so good. LOL but she still has all that hair.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85660 Feb 10, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Since they were talking about fine wine and aging, I decided to look up Donna Douglas--Ellie Mae Clampett... at age 79,her wine is a bit cloudy and I bet the swimming suit she wore out by the cement pond don't fit so good. LOL but she still has all that hair.
Wasn't sure she was still alive. She was a beauty in her day!
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85661 Feb 10, 2013
A BIRD story....smart one too, flew to freedom once he got loose. hahaha

Live condor escapes handler, causes chaos before ECHL game

Itís days like this that you can feel safe the Bruins donít actually have a live bear for a mascot.

The Bakersfield Condors brought a live condor to the teamís latest game against the Las Vegas Wranglers, and things quickly got out of hand.

Almost immediately after the condor was removed from its cage, the bird began struggling with its handler. After breaking free during the national anthem, it was corralled by the handler, only to slip free again when the poor guy wiped out on the ice.

The condor then made a break for it, invading the Bakersfield bench and briefly terrorizing the players and coach before heading down the tunnel and, presumably, to freedom.

http://www.yardbarker.com/all_sports/articles...
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#85663 Feb 10, 2013
Storm is on it's way. Dark skies, big thunder roars. Good day to stay in with Netflix.:)

Where is everyone? Thought we could ride the storm our together...haha A song of course comes to mind:

REO Speedwagon - Ridin' The Storm Out

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