Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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Wrapping it up tonight. Have a good night!!
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I could'nt help from noticing, I now reside in the united states...Oh well, Guess it could be worse. haha! but the way things are going in this country, I'm begining to believe It could also be better... May God bles us all !!!
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Anyone up for a little mundane instead of all this NOT so high level intelligence?..... Ok, I guess mundane is just in the eye of the beholder and one troll's trash is another's treasure. lol

Let's see.. rains came, grass grew, corn got planted, grass wasn't mowed, Betty's mower is broken, AB surely has a good cat video, and spam spasm has a new recipe. Does that about cover today's boredom?

I will sleep well knowing all is normal on the bird thread. LOL Good Night All.
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AWHH Wake up and go back to sleep. heehee! sleep well...
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Ancient Wolf wrote:
Anyone up for a little mundane instead of all this NOT so high level intelligence?..... Ok, I guess mundane is just in the eye of the beholder and one troll's trash is another's treasure. lol
Let's see.. rains came, grass grew, corn got planted, grass wasn't mowed, Betty's mower is broken, AB surely has a good cat video, and spam spasm has a new recipe. Does that about cover today's boredom?
I will sleep well knowing all is normal on the bird thread. LOL Good Night All.
that about sums it up...tomorrow is another day, perhaps we can spice it up a bit now that both Abeliever and the mods have returned.
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-badboy- wrote:
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Over used, and it usually is left by it's self, or just a l'il comment
And you say I am bad..
Lol
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This is topix, I never take this non-sense serious
Are YOU serious?
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So, I blame you...
Lol
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That isn't even worth a reply
So, I'll just pull my pants down and moon you with my hairy azzzz
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Daymn, I never said what I do, you assume way too much
My VP makes more than me too
Lol
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I can troll badly all by my self...
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Lol
Meh...whatever you say. Wolf is right.

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Ancient Wolf wrote:
Anyone up for a little mundane instead of all this NOT so high level intelligence?..... Ok, I guess mundane is just in the eye of the beholder and one troll's trash is another's treasure. lol
Let's see.. rains came, grass grew, corn got planted, grass wasn't mowed, Betty's mower is broken, AB surely has a good cat video, and spam spasm has a new recipe. Does that about cover today's boredom?
I will sleep well knowing all is normal on the bird thread. LOL Good Night All.
You probably have the highest intellect of all....you just don't flaunt it. I'm sure that you have a chuckle or two with those who try to outdo each other in the intellectual arena. It just shows their ignorance. Keep on posting, AW. Mundane is good, especially when the pre-retirement days required quick thinking and a hectic pace of life. Lala
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can you freeze milk? Kroger has half gallons 10 for 10.....
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well i didn't see anything in #89192 that warranted it being removed.... oh well happens to the best of them

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Hello to all my fine-feathered friends. Haven't posted for a few days because life got in the way. However, you kind-hearted folks are on my mind frequently.
I am in the process of adopting a new baby...a retired standardbred racehorse that I can actually ride. Got approval yesterday. I'm no longer able to ride the spunky young studs (horses, that is), so I decided to give a home to an older horse content to walk and trot. No more galloping through the fields for me. Hubby is convinced that I am suicidal, but I do know my limits. It took more than a year to regain my strength after my medical fiasco, but I'm doing fine these days, and grateful to our Creator for giving me extra time on this planet. I intend to put it to good use. I'm not ready, and probably never will be ready to assume the role of a rocking chair mamaw.

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BIG_STEVIE wrote:
Three couples went in to see the minister to see how to become members of his church. The minister said that they would have to go without sex for two weeks and then come back and tell him how it went.
The first couple was retired, the second couple was middle-aged and the final couple was newlywed. Two weeks went by, and the couples returned to the minister. The retired couple said it was no problem at all. The middle-aged couple said it was tough for the first week, but after that, it was no problem. The newlyweds said it was fine until she dropped the can of paint.
"Can of PAINT?!" exclaimed the minister.
"Yeah," said the newlywed man. "She dropped the can and when she bent over to pick it up, I had to have her right there and then. Lust took over."
The minister just shook his head sadly, and said that they would no longer be welcome in the church.
"That's perfectly okay," said the man. "Home Depot doesn't want us back, either."
Funny as usual, but I would rearrange the order of the couples. Retired couples drop paint as well.
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Oglala wrote:
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You probably have the highest intellect of all....you just don't flaunt it. I'm sure that you have a chuckle or two with those who try to outdo each other in the intellectual arena. It just shows their ignorance. Keep on posting, AW. Mundane is good, especially when the pre-retirement days required quick thinking and a hectic pace of life. Lala
i rather like the talking about flowers and chickens and birds and such. i like to know what is going on in the world also but, why dwell on the past or what the future holds. and why spend all day arguing with strangers. can't change the past, cant predict the future either.

if there is one thing i have learned from a.w. it would be to appreciate what god has put right in front of me rather than worry about everything else and at the moment that happens to be some very happy two foot tall pea plants. i suppose two feet in a months time is pretty exciting if your a pea pod.(eye beholder...lol)

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-badboy- wrote:
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I have a book on recipes using spam
I'll dig it up and give you the info on it
There actually some rather tasty and unique ways to cook with it
Yuck. My mother raised me alone, and we were poor when I was growing up. I had Spam up to my eyeballs during those days. These days, a lobster dinner is more appetizing to me, but not too often. It's not too cheap in central Kentucky. Living withing driving distance to the ocean, and inexpensive seafood, are the only things I miss about New England.

I don't mind the spam on topix threads. I just scroll by and hardly notice it at all.

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Good-night, folks. I'll be back to chat tomorrow, Lord willing.

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betty wrote:
can you freeze milk? Kroger has half gallons 10 for 10.....
Yes, that's an excellent price. Freezing milk is fine, as long as you put it in a slightly larger container, to allow for expansion. Otherwise, you may split the seams on the plastic milk container, and thawing will result in an awful mess.
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betty wrote:
can you freeze milk? Kroger has half gallons 10 for 10.....
Yes, you can. I do it every month. The eagle only flies once a month around here, plus I live several miles from a grocery. I also freeze a pitcher of tea and that keeps it from getting cloudy.
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@Lala.. You are right. The CREATOR has blessed us with more time on this planet and I don't think it was so we could just sit in a rocking chair or spend it all on a computer debating with others. I just went out for dog-tree time and the stars are shining brightly. So maybe I will get to mow grass today. In Honor of old George Jones "I Don't Need Your Rocking Chair".

@Betty.. Lala is also right about the milk expanding. I buy 4 gallons every month and keep and clean out one used carton and pour a little from each of the 4 that I intend to freeze into the recycled carton. But I also notice that when Kroger has 10 for 10 pricing, if you only get 2 or 3 items the register will still give you the lower price and you don't have to buy all 10.
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Here is another helpful hint that I intend to use real soon. I have found that in cooking for one person, I can put 2 Pillsbury Grand Buttermilk frozen biscuits right out of the freezer and into a toaster oven set at 400 degrees, then I put some bacon in my George Foreman grill on the top part and sliced potatoes on the lower part.

The ridges in the grill keeps the bacon from shriveling up and both sides cook at the same time. The grease drips through the potatoes and into a catch container and I place that over into a cool skillet of eggs turned to medium heat.

Everything is all done at once and nothing burns and the only thing left is to decide how much to eat and how much to pass on to the dog, LOL
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sigh. every morning a quarter past five....poodle does his little dance (half on my head.... half on what ever other vermit has krept up on the pillow beside me) so i take rotten out...i do not wake up. i just kinda wait inside the door with my nose sticking out if its cold and if its warm enough i may sit on the step and wait....but i do not really wake up. this is a good system because if i make it back to the bed with out actually waking up.... i might get another hour of sleep in before angel wants out (you know...because heaven forbid they coordinate.) then its time to wake up for good. blah.

so i thought, well i will just be slick and drag an 80 pound dog out of her cave..... if i can just get her over the door jam...surely nature will take over.... and maybe...just maybe...i can squeeze in an extra twenty minutes in there.
nope. she went to the end of the porch and sat down. um.... ok. now im going to have to get her off the porch. so i go....do that and on the way back (and remember at this point eyes are half open im bare foot, on a cold wet porch...but somehow not awake)stepped on a slug.

well there goes that idea....just no way to fall back into slumber once i have had to face the blazing bright bathroom. this was like... a mutant monster slug... at least three inches long. now that i am fully awake...i vaguely remember having a slug problem last year.

sure my container garden is whats bringing them in large numbers....last year...if you went out at just the right time, you could catch as many as three or four monsters, a couple intermediates. and a dozen babies..... so im thinking that's enough to say its an infestation.

probably should do something about that. in the mean time, good morning everyone.

gave up on sleep <rolls eyes> and have the you tube jukebox going this morning.

last dance with mary jane- tom petty
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

hook-blues traveler
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Mr Jones -counting crows
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

collide -Howie Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

wonder wall -Oasis
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

guardian angel-red jumpsuit apparatus
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

fall for you -second hand serenade
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

(sorry guys....eighties baby right here)
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Ancient Wolf wrote:
@Lala.. You are right. The CREATOR has blessed us with more time on this planet and I don't think it was so we could just sit in a rocking chair or spend it all on a computer debating with others. I just went out for dog-tree time and the stars are shining brightly. So maybe I will get to mow grass today. In Honor of old George Jones "I Don't Need Your Rocking Chair".
@Betty.. Lala is also right about the milk expanding. I buy 4 gallons every month and keep and clean out one used carton and pour a little from each of the 4 that I intend to freeze into the recycled carton. But I also notice that when Kroger has 10 for 10 pricing, if you only get 2 or 3 items the register will still give you the lower price and you don't have to buy all 10.
im thinking (mainly because of hubby starting school and we will be transitioning income sources and im in freak out/stock up mode)
like a layer of half gallons on the bottom of my deep freeze. thinking i need to take out about half a cup per container and that should make close to a gallon for us to drink now. also thinking a single layer in my deep freeze (like a 7 cubic feet chest) i could do about twenty half gallons.

any idea how long they last? we like milk so i think i could have them gone in three months... and i would think it would be like infant milk and keep for six months....but googling of course came up with a hundred different answers for what i thought to be a pretty simple question.

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