Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,722

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

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#86652 Feb 27, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Your's is the reasoning that is flawed. LOL One does not have to live in the same house to be romantic. In fact that more often ruins the romance hehehe Besides, she is "city" and I am "country" and she would not live here and I surely would not live in town. LOL I like dogs, she likes cats. Just a few of the subtle differences. Cupid, your arrows are dull. lol
Oh, I give up. Hubby likes dogs, and I like cats, so we have both. Hubby is more city and I am pure country, and guess who won that debate. Yep, MEEE. LOL. Living in the same house has been comforting, sometimes romantic, but who cares. Our differences are complementary. But, I give up trying to convince you. I'm only teasing anyway. But, good friends can become lovers and that is a dynamite combination. My poor departed father-in-law thought much like you after his wife passed away. He had girlfriends around every corner, and sometimes, the whole gang tracked him down. LOL Talk about the feathers flying!!! Wow!! Hubby and I had more laughs about that. I sure did love "Grampa." He's been gone a long time now, but I still can picture him singing and whistling as he made the rounds for his family visits. He used to make wine...all different kinds, and bring me a bottle or two from each batch. Now, I am not much of a drinker, and the fermentation made the alcohol content too high for my liking, so I stowed the bottles under my kitchen sink. One night, I was awakened by POP,POP,POP. I got scared, thought somebody came in the house and planned to shoot us. Lo and Behold, it was Grampa's wine bottles popping their corks. That man was hilarious. Wish he could still be around. I miss him very much, perhaps more so than Hubby.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#86653 Feb 27, 2013
God is truth wrote:
Jesus is on his way and he's mad. Be ready.
God isn't sending Jesus back down here! Last time Jesus was here, we beat Him and KILLED Him!!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#86654 Feb 27, 2013
Internet is back, but fades in and out. Phone service works but is crackly. My part time job is chickens. They bought a bag of feed today for $13.49 with $20 worth of eggs and told me to keep the change. Net earnings this week.. $6.51 (don't tell the IRS). LOL
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#86655 Feb 27, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Internet is back, but fades in and out. Phone service works but is crackly. My part time job is chickens. They bought a bag of feed today for $13.49 with $20 worth of eggs and told me to keep the change. Net earnings this week..$6.51 (don't tell the IRS). LOL
Very good there.I pay around $3.79 for a dozen of the free range, organic eggs from the Eggland's Best brand. Quite expensive to eat healthy. I prefer the brown eggs though. Taste richer to me. You made a profit;)
Blueminer

United States

#86656 Feb 27, 2013
Hello Everyone, great reading tonight! I almost never see those judgeits, had kind of forgotten about them til last afternoon when I logged on at the library. Oh the hatefulness!
Ahaha! I just read a little and checked out Abelievers vids. Couldn't find what I was researching for, so I never did post.

Had a good day working w/my brother today. Manual labor! I had almost forgotten the concept. Best day I spent in a long time. Will be on the way to Houston in the morn...

Special note to Nope, glad you're feeling better. Please don't let those critters piss you off so badly. The rise in BP and adrenaline is probably not good for you. Til nxt time G/N Everyone!
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#86657 Feb 27, 2013
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
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Little varmints know how to make a living, don't they? Look how fat and sassy old Punxsutawney Phil is... That critter eats better than most of us do, no doubt. Who's idea was that anyway, to trust a whistle pig and his shadow?
I say we should trust the Old Farmers Almanac. On that same note, I don't recall it ever mentioning a big fat rodent as one of their contributing consultants, LOL!!!
http://www.almanac.com/content/long-range-win...
It's all perspective. Where most just see fat grey rhinos,, I see Unicorns, fat grey ones. Puff, puff, pass.. lol.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#86658 Feb 27, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Special note to Nope, glad you're feeling better. Please don't let those critters piss you off so badly. The rise in BP and adrenaline is probably not good for you. Til nxt time G/N Everyone!
Thanks Blue, but my chickens are a part of my critter babies too. They're so tame that they'll sit in my lap outside and eat raisins from my fingers without pinching them. And the one that was missing? She's the sweetest of the bunch.

I was spitting lava and farting fire when I thought something out there had eaten her in the middle of the day. I try so hard to keep them safe and if there is a critter out there that's a daytime predator who's found my flock, I knew already that would have to die because there's no keeping the chickens locked up like that during the daylight. It's not healthy for them, not to mention that they'll all but stop laying.

And thanks for the well wishes. I am feeling better again!! Don't know why it happened all the sudden, but I'm not going to question it. I'm just going to enjoy the ride, LOL!

You have a safe trip and keep us updated as you can!! Glad to hear that you're also getting "back to good" too!!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#86659 Feb 27, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
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It's all perspective. Where most just see fat grey rhinos,, I see Unicorns, fat grey ones. Puff, puff, pass.. lol.
I surely wish they'd go ahead and legalize it. I'd gladly puff, puff, then pass it on.. LOL! By the way, there's absolutely nothing wrong with grey unicorns. ROFLMBO!!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#86660 Feb 27, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
<quoted text> Very good there.I pay around $3.79 for a dozen of the free range, organic eggs from the Eggland's Best brand. Quite expensive to eat healthy. I prefer the brown eggs though. Taste richer to me. You made a profit;)
I wish you lived near me! I'd be happy to share with you, Misty. That's what mine lay. Fat brown eggs with the best and tastiest bright orange yolks! Store bought rubber pucks don't enter this house. I'd be glad to share with you because I usually have too many and end up boiling them up for the dogs and cat. Even the "blue and green winged wonder bird" enjoys a sliced up boiled egg.

I even give the leftover eggs back to the chickens sometimes when I get overloaded. I'll either crush up the boiled ones or scramble them along with the crushed up shells and give it to them to eat with their oatmeal sometimes. I rarely have anything food wise to throw away unless it's something that's not good for them.(Onions, etc). Every critter that owns me here loves leftover eggs, even those "clean the fridge out" days like today was, hehe.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#86661 Feb 27, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Internet is back, but fades in and out. Phone service works but is crackly. My part time job is chickens. They bought a bag of feed today for $13.49 with $20 worth of eggs and told me to keep the change. Net earnings this week..$6.51 (don't tell the IRS). LOL
<<snort and LOL>>
That's funny right there now, hehe. Good deal you got going on!!

I don't make money, but we've got quite the 'recycle thing' going on here. Then I get the all these free eggs as a reward. Nothing goes to waste. The chickens even get the cast off seeds from this picky old "green and blue winged wonder bird" every day, so I guess it's all good.
kind

Louisville, KY

#86662 Feb 27, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Hello Everyone, great reading tonight! I almost never see those judgeits, had kind of forgotten about them til last afternoon when I logged on at the library. Oh the hatefulness!
Ahaha! I just read a little and checked out Abelievers vids. Couldn't find what I was researching for, so I never did post.
Had a good day working w/my brother today. Manual labor! I had almost forgotten the concept. Best day I spent in a long time. Will be on the way to Houston in the morn...
Special note to Nope, glad you're feeling better. Please don't let those critters piss you off so badly. The rise in BP and adrenaline is probably not good for you. Til nxt time G/N Everyone!
safe travels

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

The land of harmony and peace

#86663 Feb 27, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text> He had girlfriends around every corner, and sometimes, the whole gang tracked him down. LOL Talk about the feathers flying!!! Wow!! Hubby and I had more laughs about that. I sure did love "Grampa." He's been gone a long time now, but I still can picture him singing and whistling as he made the rounds for his family visits. He used to make wine...all different kinds, and bring me a bottle or two from each batch. Now, I am not much of a drinker, and the fermentation made the alcohol content too high for my liking, so I stowed the bottles under my kitchen sink. One night, I was awakened by POP,POP,POP. I got scared, thought somebody came in the house and planned to shoot us. Lo and Behold, it was Grampa's wine bottles popping their corks. That man was hilarious. Wish he could still be around. I miss him very much, perhaps more so than Hubby.
Oh Lord, you all are knocking me sideways with laughter tonight, hehe.

That's a hoot, Lala!! I can just see you now, hearing all of those corks popping off inside your cabinet, hehe! I bet you both do miss him a lot. He sounds like he was one of those guys that every body loved. There's always that ONE guy who's the life of every party he goes to.. And I bet you a donut that he was one of those, LOL!
(Particularly with the ladies, bwaaahahahahaha)!!
youpeoplearenuts

Duluth, GA

#86664 Feb 28, 2013
sinkholes in kentucky are not a government conspiracy

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#86665 Feb 28, 2013
Hempburn wrote:
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It's all perspective. Where most just see fat grey rhinos,, I see Unicorns, fat grey ones. Puff, puff, pass.. lol.
LOL. If I partake in puff, puff,pass, my weight would soon balloon to gosh knows what. The munchies would get me.

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#86666 Feb 28, 2013
youpeoplearenuts wrote:
sinkholes in kentucky are not a government conspiracy
Who said anything about a conspiracy?? Not us. But we keep track of mother nature teaching mankind lessons. Too much fracking going on.

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#86667 Feb 28, 2013
Good morning, everyone. Can't wait for spring, with sunny, warm temperatures. It's early in the day, the birds are all over the place, spreading their cheer. Hope everyone has a good day. I'll pop in every once in awhile. Computer is very slow this morning, making it difficult to post.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#86668 Feb 28, 2013
Good morning! The birds are cold. Some light sleet on my car this morning when I went to take my son to school. The birds, however are not upset, they are chriping outside my door!
Good Morning

Clay City, KY

#86669 Feb 28, 2013
Why The Banking Elite Want Riots in America

http://www.globalresearch.ca/why-the-banking-...

Every indication clearly suggests that authorities in the United States are preparing for widespread civil unrest. This trend has not emerged by accident – it is part of a tried and tested method used by the banking elite to seize control of nations, strip them of their assets, and absorb them into the new world order.
There is a crucial economic imperative as to why the elite is seeking to engineer and exploit social unrest.
As respected investigative reporter Greg Palast exposed in 2001, the global banking elite, namely the World Bank and the IMF, have honed a technique that has allowed them to asset-strip numerous other countries in the past – that technique has come to be known at the “IMF riot.”
In April 2001, Palast obtained leaked World Bank documents that outlined a four step process on how to loot nations of their wealth and infrastructure, placing control of resources into the hands of the banking elite.
One of the final steps of the process, the “IMF riot,” detailed how the elite would plan for mass civil unrest ahead of time that would have the effect of scaring off investors and causing government bankruptcies.
“This economic arson has its bright side – for foreigners, who can then pick off remaining assets at fire sale prices,” writes Palast, adding,“A pattern emerges. There are lots of losers but the clear winners seem to be the western banks and US Treasury.”
In other words, the banking elite creates the very economic environment – soaring interest rates, spiraling food prices, poverty, lower standards of living – that precipitates civil unrest – and then like a vulture swoops down to devour what remains of the country’s assets on the cheap.
We have already seen this process unfold in places like Bolivia, Ecuador, Indonesia, Greece and Argentina. Next on the chopping block are Spain, Italy, Britain and France – all of which have seen widespread riots over the last two years.
Good Morning

Clay City, KY

#86670 Feb 28, 2013
(cont)
As Ha-Joon Chang explains in the Guardian, the roots of Europe’s riots were sparked by “governments inflicting an old-IMF-style programme on their own populations,” namely the same programs of “austerity, privatisation and deregulation,” that caused the riots of the 80&#8242;s and 90&#8242;s in poorer countries.
Although the likes of the IMF and the World Bank have pillaged half of the globe with their economic terrorism, America remains the ultimate prize. The first step of the four step process for bankster seizure of a country – privatization of state-owned assets – is already well under way in America, with infrastructure being sold off to foreign corporations, with the aid of Goldman Sachs, at a frightening pace.
A key component of the banking elite’s insidious agenda to bring about an economic collapse in America by design also centers around the process of de-industrializing the country, eviscerating the nation’s platform for self-sufficiency and replacing it with dependence on banker bailouts. This has already been largely achieved in Europe – with just about every major economy on the continent run by Goldman Sachs-affiliated technocrats.
In the United States, 32 per cent of manufacturing jobs have been lost since 2000, while 56,000 manufacturing facilities have been mothballed since 2001. The Obama administration has also declared war on the coal industry, with Obama himself promising to “bankrupt” anyone who tries to build a new coal plant. Meanwhile, China builds a new coal plant every two weeks.
Given the clear economic motive for stirring unrest in the United States, we’d expect to see preparations for domestic disorder in numerous different guises – and indeed the signs are everywhere.
Good Morning

Clay City, KY

#86671 Feb 28, 2013
National Defense Authorization Act
The Obama administration’s passage of NDAA legislation that authorizes kidnapping and indefinite detention without trial of American citizens on U.S. soil serves to create the framework for mass arrests of protesters and journalists in a time of declared national emergency.
Obama’s War on Whistleblowers
The Obama administration’s brazen and aggressive prosecution of whistleblowers for divulging government corruption in the public interest is clearly a device designed to intimidate whistleblowers from speaking out when the proverbial hits the fan.
Spying on Social Media for Signs of Unrest
The Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies are actively engaged in spying on social media as well as news websites to look for reports or comments that “reflect adversely on the U.S. government and the DHS.” The government is on the lookout for the ‘tipping point’ when heated online rhetoric spills onto the streets in the form of unrest.
Building Huge Spy Centers to Track Unrest
The NSA is building the country’s biggest spy center in the middle of the Utah desert. The purpose of the data facility is to intercept,“all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches, as well as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital “pocket litter.”
By creating a gigantic database of every communication imaginable, the NSA hopes to monitor and pre-empt the spread of mass civil unrest in America.
Preparing Drones for Domestic Oppression
Last week, the Justice Department re-affirmed its position that the Obama administration can use armed drones to assassinate Americans. Under the NDAA, the whole of the United States has been declared a “battlefield,” meaning that drones may soon be used to execute American citizens on U.S. soil.
A government that resorts to killing its own citizens without any legal process whatsoever is clearly a dictatorship engaged in domestic oppression. The only imaginable scenario under which this program would be justifiable was if the U.S. was under a state of martial law and the government was on the verge of collapse.
- See more at: http://www.globalresearch.ca/why-the-banking-...

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