Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81692 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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Spamtrooper

United States

#89052 May 6, 2013
Haha Old wolf has been around much too long for the likes of ANY of you to have much of an affect on the old cuss. Believe me I've tried...hahaha It dont work with him.
Blueminer

United States

#89053 May 6, 2013
No doubt about it! I was wondering what that rant was all about anyway.
your problem

Charleston, WV

#89054 May 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
well bad boy I have never seen a flying fig tree either, but was only copying a prior poster's reference about one and that I don't care what others may think of mw. I am not a wee bit hostil or even annoyed, I simply don't care for that poster's continuing false assumptions that he has me riled.
Why would I get upset over someone that does not even know me, nor I them. It just makes no difference. That poster has never cared for one of my initial posts where I said that Jesse Ventura was a showman. And after 2 years or more, I still believe that he is holding a grudge. But then I don't care. hahahaha That is his problem, not mine.
I have never had a grudge, in fact, I've tried to lighten things up with you but you always take my jabs at you too seriously... which is why I keep doing it to you. Lighten up old man.
Smartpooper

Charleston, WV

#89055 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
Haha Old wolf has been around much too long for the likes of ANY of you to have much of an affect on the old cuss. Believe me I've tried...hahaha It dont work with him.
for some reason it works every time when it comes from me
flying fig tree

Charleston, WV

#89056 May 6, 2013
-badboy- wrote:
<quoted text>
I've never seen a flying fig tree...
You seem annoyed a bit, and there is a wee bit of hostility there for this person.....
Just saying
just a weetle bitty bit
flying fig tree

Charleston, WV

#89057 May 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I am neither jealous or grumpy and I do not hate your "truths". What is replusive is your over inflated ego. Try not to fall off your high horse.
I hit a branch from a flying fig tree one day and it knocked me clean off the saddle
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#89058 May 6, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
well bad boy I have never seen a flying fig tree either, but was only copying a prior poster's reference about one and that I don't care what others may think of mw. I am not a wee bit hostil or even annoyed, I simply don't care for that poster's continuing false assumptions that he has me riled.
Why would I get upset over someone that does not even know me, nor I them. It just makes no difference. That poster has never cared for one of my initial posts where I said that Jesse Ventura was a showman. And after 2 years or more, I still believe that he is holding a grudge. But then I don't care. hahahaha That is his problem, not mine.
i would think if anyone's riled it would the those who only show up for what they view as the argument portion of the thread.
never did understand why anyone would love to bicker so much.

found this chicken coop idea online via a facebook post....

http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles/silveir...

think i may do something like this in the next couple years....

the plan was always to have chickens once we moved out of the city but unfortunately, i have taken in so many vermits from my job that i don't think free ranging is an option if i want them to live long enough to give me some eggs. joe poodle does no pose much of a threat to the common house fly but my big dog, angel, would have a Field day with them. i wonder how much something like this would cost.
-badboy-

Cleveland, OH

#89059 May 6, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
i would think if anyone's riled it would the those who only show up for what they view as the argument portion of the thread.
Try not to think, in this case, you didn't do it very well...

Re-read what was posted, nothing in that was an "attack"

Geesh...

Unless your mind has a really narrow line of thinking

Lol
betty wrote:
never did understand why anyone would love to bicker so much.
Welp, that clears that up...

You saw that as bickering?

No wonder why you cannot "understand"

Lol
betty wrote:
found this chicken coop idea online via a facebook post....
http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles/silveir...
think i may do something like this in the next couple years....
There is something just like that in Birds and Blooms mag.
betty wrote:
the plan was always to have chickens once we moved out of the city but unfortunately, i have taken in so many vermits from my job that i don't think free ranging is an option if i want them to live long enough to give me some eggs.[QUOTE]

Check with your Dr. First to see if you are susceptible to hystoplasmosis before you do....

If you've been away from birds a long time, you body's immunity is low, and it's a nasty illness...

[QUOTE who="betty"]
joe poodle does no pose much of a threat to the common house fly but my big dog, angel, would have a Field day with them. i wonder how much something like this would cost.
Your dog doesn't like house flys?

Lol
-badboy-

Cleveland, OH

#89060 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
Haha Old wolf has been around much too long for the likes of ANY of you to have much of an affect on the old cuss. Believe me I've tried...hahaha It dont work with him.
You assume too much also

Lol
Spamtrooper

United States

#89061 May 6, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
i would think if anyone's riled it would the those who only show up for what they view as the argument portion of the thread.
never did understand why anyone would love to bicker so much.
Often it's because we think the other person doesn't recognize or understand what we are saying. Or, their disapproval implies we are wrong. I don't know about you but I am almost always right...and certainly understood when I want to be. Of course, there are people who just like to argue because they enjoy the fight. Then we should consider the innate inferiority complex present within many American males. It's most defining characteristic is related to the fragile state of the so afflicted's male ego. The complex symptoms include a need to receive affirmation...to feel they are in the 'right'(even when they aren't) to fuel their much exaggerated and misplaced opinions of their own capabilities, importance,social standing, physical/mental prowess ect ect.

And then we have Sybil...?????

?????
Excuse me, I am at a loss for words.
?????Alien maybe? Who knows.
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#89063 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
<quoted text>Often it's because we think the other person doesn't recognize or understand what we are saying. Or, their disapproval implies we are wrong. I don't know about you but I am almost always right...and certainly understood when I want to be. Of course, there are people who just like to argue because they enjoy the fight. Then we should consider the innate inferiority complex present within many American males. It's most defining characteristic is related to the fragile state of the so afflicted's male ego. The complex symptoms include a need to receive affirmation...to feel they are in the 'right'(even when they aren't) to fuel their much exaggerated and misplaced opinions of their own capabilities, importance,social standing, physical/mental prowess ect ect.
And then we have Sybil...?????

?????
Excuse me, I am at a loss for words.
?????Alien maybe? Who knows.
lol....nope just a product of child hood bullying.... i would almost feel sorry for him/her had i not been bullied and picked at constantly everyday of my own childhood. but i am a firm believer that what does not kill us makes us stronger....and we should never let it turn us into a$$holes.....i don't use my childhood as a crutch/excuse or right to be a hateful person....and i have no respect for anyone who does. to give in and let what hurt us turn us into the very thing that caused us so much anguish is an admission of defeat as far as i am concerned. life is what you make of it, and in sibyls case, life is just one big argument.....and it takes two to argue...thus the need for the extra personalities :) he only wishes he could blame it on something cool like being from the outer limits.
speechless

Charleston, WV

#89064 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
<quoted text>And then we have Sybil...?????
?????
Excuse me, I am at a loss for words.
????
you are not alone, I often have that kind of effect on people especially when they know I'm right and can't argue back...so thanks for the compliment ; )
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#89065 May 6, 2013
@ badboy.... are you feeling attacked?

because i never said such a thing in that post. in fact i never said anything to you at all. so i find it interesting you would choose that word....
Smartpooper

Charleston, WV

#89066 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
What was it that drove you over the edge Sybil?
Repressed shame from...all of that same sex experimenting you were involved in during college?
HahaHEEE
when you run out of witty comebacks, just resort to the gay jokes...you're so predictable...and juvenile.
bully

Charleston, WV

#89067 May 6, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
lol....nope just a product of child hood bullying.... i would almost feel sorry for him/her had i not been bullied and picked at constantly everyday of my own childhood. but i am a firm believer that what does not kill us makes us stronger....and we should never let it turn us into a$$holes.....i don't use my childhood as a crutch/excuse or right to be a hateful person....and i have no respect for anyone who does. to give in and let what hurt us turn us into the very thing that caused us so much anguish is an admission of defeat as far as i am concerned. life is what you make of it, and in sibyls case, life is just one big argument.....and it takes two to argue...thus the need for the extra personalities :) he only wishes he could blame it on something cool like being from the outer limits.
the bullying only happened twice in my childhood...and it only made me stronger and more confident (though some call it arrogance)...does that make me an arsehole or hateful? I am not argumentative by nature, I just feel the need to express my righteousness because I am almost always right. Would you care to point out an example of when I was wrong?
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#89068 May 6, 2013
any one remember this from a couple years ago?

pictures of the makeshift islands the residents of Vicksburg made to keep the flood waters out when the levies failed

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13886...
-badboy-

Cleveland, OH

#89069 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
<quoted text>Often it's because we think the other person doesn't recognize or understand what we are saying. Or, their disapproval implies we are wrong. I don't know about you but I am almost always right...and certainly understood when I want to be. Of course, there are people who just like to argue because they enjoy the fight. Then we should consider the innate inferiority complex present within many American males. It's most defining characteristic is related to the fragile state of the so afflicted's male ego. The complex symptoms include a need to receive affirmation...to feel they are in the 'right'(even when they aren't) to fuel their much exaggerated and misplaced opinions of their own capabilities, importance,social standing, physical/mental prowess ect ect.
And then we have Sybil...?????
?????
Excuse me, I am at a loss for words.
?????Alien maybe? Who knows.
Copy..

Pasted...

And paraphrased from "A glossary of Freudian terms"

Yeah, I read that too when I was in school

Lol
Smartpooper

Charleston, WV

#89070 May 6, 2013
Spamtrooper wrote:
<quoted text>Often it's because we think the other person doesn't recognize or understand what we are saying. Or, their disapproval implies we are wrong. I don't know about you but I am almost always right...and certainly understood when I want to be. Of course, there are people who just like to argue because they enjoy the fight. Then we should consider the innate inferiority complex present within many American males. It's most defining characteristic is related to the fragile state of the so afflicted's male ego. The complex symptoms include a need to receive affirmation...to feel they are in the 'right'(even when they aren't) to fuel their much exaggerated and misplaced opinions of their own capabilities, importance,social standing, physical/mental prowess ect ect.
ah, we have a budding young novice psychiatrist in our midst
betty

Vine Grove, KY

#89071 May 6, 2013
another post i found on face book.

How To Properly Store Water Long Term

In order to properly store water long term for emergencies or survival, you'll need to do the following:

1. Consider the amount of water you'll need. It is generally recommended that you have 1 gallon per 3 day period per person for drinking water alone.

2. Choose proper container(s). Glass is often too fragile as well as heavy, metal is often corrosive or imparts a taste to the water. Stainless steel or plastic food/water storage drums are the best option for storing drinking water since they both do not corrode or effect the water and neither support the growth of bacteria or the like. However given the price of stainless drums, we recommend the use of plastic instead.

3. Properly clean your containers. sanitation of containers prior to filling is very important. Wash them out with soap and water, being certain to thoroughly rinse out all remnants of any soap residue. Next sanitize the containers with 1 tbsp of bleach for every gallon of water you add to the container. Shake and cover the inside thoroughly and then rinse thoroughly with clean water.

4. Choose a proper location to store the water. Always choose a cool, dark location for best water preservation. And naturally one where the containers will "survive" as well.

5. Add your water. Supposedly tap water does not require much treatment since it is already chlorinated and the like. However when using well water it is recommended that you add a small amount of chlorine bleach to the water. This we do not recommend. After much experience with long term water storage it is our recommendation to use a bit of colloidal silver with every batch and to then ozonate the water vs the far more harsh chlorination. Also, rotating your water out (emptying and refilling with fresh water) should be carried out approximately every 6 months.

courtesy of homesteading/survivalist page.

https://www.facebook.com/homesteading
pool

Charleston, WV

#89072 May 6, 2013
betty wrote:
another post i found on face book.
How To Properly Store Water Long Term
In order to properly store water long term for emergencies or survival, you'll need to do the following:
1. Consider the amount of water you'll need. It is generally recommended that you have 1 gallon per 3 day period per person for drinking water alone.
2. Choose proper container(s). Glass is often too fragile as well as heavy, metal is often corrosive or imparts a taste to the water. Stainless steel or plastic food/water storage drums are the best option for storing drinking water since they both do not corrode or effect the water and neither support the growth of bacteria or the like. However given the price of stainless drums, we recommend the use of plastic instead.
3. Properly clean your containers. sanitation of containers prior to filling is very important. Wash them out with soap and water, being certain to thoroughly rinse out all remnants of any soap residue. Next sanitize the containers with 1 tbsp of bleach for every gallon of water you add to the container. Shake and cover the inside thoroughly and then rinse thoroughly with clean water.
4. Choose a proper location to store the water. Always choose a cool, dark location for best water preservation. And naturally one where the containers will "survive" as well.
5. Add your water. Supposedly tap water does not require much treatment since it is already chlorinated and the like. However when using well water it is recommended that you add a small amount of chlorine bleach to the water. This we do not recommend. After much experience with long term water storage it is our recommendation to use a bit of colloidal silver with every batch and to then ozonate the water vs the far more harsh chlorination. Also, rotating your water out (emptying and refilling with fresh water) should be carried out approximately every 6 months.
courtesy of homesteading/survivalist page.
https://www.facebook.com/homesteading
or get you a nice big pool

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