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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Also, our own research indicates the “Dragon family” appears to be the Merovingian, i.e. European, royal families. The head of a major royal Asian secret society claims not to have heard of a “Dragon family.”

In any case, historical rights to treasure is one thing, current geopolitical reality is another. Even if the Asians have historical rights to 85% of the world’s treasure, Western governments are not about to stand by and let them translate that into control of 85% of the world.

Nonetheless, the situation at present is that the people de facto in charge of the Federal Reserve Board and the European Central bank got control by defrauding Asian royals of their gold and need to be removed. However, this needs to be done in a way that does not lead to the dysfunction of the financial system subsequent collapse of Western civilization.

The best way to go about this is to systematically audit the books of all financial organizations and remove fraudulently created money, especially derivatives created via astronomical leverage and complex computer algorithms. Traditional futures markets should be restricted to the maximum 10 times leverage that historical experience shows is the limit needed for long term market integrity. It is time to go back to plain vanilla.

It is also necessary for Western governments to recognize that most of them have been borrowing from the rest of the world, especially Asia, at an unsustainable rate for the past 30 years or longer. They need to negotiate a restructuring of their overseas debt.

There also needs to be a major realignment of currencies. The Euro needs to shed Southern Europe and become a Northern European Mark. The Southern Europeans need their own competitive currency. That is the cultural and economic reality. It will mean cheap Greek holidays for Germans and expensive Mercedes limousines for rich Greeks until the natural balance is restored.

Also, and I cannot repeat this too often, the U.S. dollar is not and never was American and the United States government needs to start issuing its own greenbacks. The only other choice, and this is the one made by Sabbatean Mafiosi who run the US government, is to wait until 90% of Americans’ incomes fall to Chinese levels.
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The bottom line for Europeans and Americans is that no matter how hard they try to avoid it, reality has a way of catching up.

On the bright side, once an agreement is reached on new financial architecture, humanity has the potential to experience a spurt of growth and progress on par with the birth of agriculture and the start of the industrial revolution.

Finance is the process of deciding what we as a species do in the future. That has been stolen from us by a family mafia of religious cultists obsessed with turning ancient prophecies into reality. Once these people are removed from control of the creation of dollars and Euros humanity will be able to decide its own future.

Traditional political and religious organizations can play a major role in this process once the financial rot (bribed politicians etc.) is cut out. The Vatican, the British Commonwealth, the restored Republic of the United States and other such venerable power centers have the institutional ability to carry out vast projects.

We also need to build entirely new institutions from the ground up to work in harmony with existing ones. The White Dragon Society has proposed that these new institutions be run on the basic principles of equality and finding win-win solutions.

Asian financial leaders have already agreed to generously finance non-military Western ventures once the financial stand-off ends. There is plenty to do. China, for example, needs Western expertize to clean up its increasingly toxic environment. Turning the deserts green and replenishing the oceans are other big projects waiting to start.

Western technology and science also now stand at the brink of accomplishments that will outstrip our imaginations. Immortality, super-powers, exploration of other dimensions, the creation and colonization of new digital realities and much more are now within our reach. What are we waiting for?

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Another beautiful day.
Hope you all enjoyed it!

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@ Abeliever: Check out the sun's activity. Going to get hot around here. www.spaceweather.com .
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That hurt my fragile, egg shell mind Sybil. My world report is as follows;
Turkeys are hatching out, young rabbis are emerging from little holes in the ground, early in the mornings.... to run the gauntlet of life, among the late sleeping ground squirrels who come out hours later. The humming birds are back, as last spring, right in time for the trumpet vine blooms. whippoorwills are singing at dusk. Bullfrogs call to one another down in the stream at dark. Coyotes howl and owls hoot in the night. There they go again. All is well around here, my main man.

Roaming, it sure was a nice one.

I love my neck of the woods Abeliever, my range over them stretches far and wide this time of year. Even if my hips and knees...ankles (I could go on and on but wont) hurt a little more every year, I have been and continue to be truly blessed.

Wolf, may we have as many more sunny days and frosty mornings to enjoy as the master see's fit to give us. We are blessed for sure to have rode this magnificent planet he has made. Spring is a fine season.
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Seems like this has happened in other places recently as well, with birds or fish.
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That hurt my fragile, egg shell mind Sybil. My world report is as follows;
Turkeys are hatching out, young rabbis are emerging from little holes in the ground, early in the mornings.... to run the gauntlet of life, among the late sleeping ground squirrels who come out hours later. The humming birds are back, as last spring, right in time for the trumpet vine blooms. whippoorwills are singing at dusk. Bullfrogs call to one another down in the stream at dark. Coyotes howl and owls hoot in the night. There they go again. All is well around here, my main man.
Roaming, it sure was a nice one.
I love my neck of the woods Abeliever, my range over them stretches far and wide this time of year. Even if my hips and knees...ankles (I could go on and on but wont) hurt a little more every year, I have been and continue to be truly blessed.
Wolf, may we have as many more sunny days and frosty mornings to enjoy as the master see's fit to give us. We are blessed for sure to have rode this magnificent planet he has made. Spring is a fine season.
Yes indeed, the CREATOR has blessed us and these pains don't mean much. "What a Wonderful World" and I am incubating new baby chicks. I have 8 in the tool shed about a month old and 6 right now in my laundry room just a few hours old and mama bird is sitting on a nest just outside my window and I should be seeing some new life there real soon and I will get to watch her teach the babies to fly. I sat out on my deck basking in the sunshine yesterday and listening to the red headed wood pecker beating on his drum. I have not seen any turkeys in the last couple weeks, but I can hear them over in the woods. I did have some deer out yesterday morning admiring my truck and wondering when the corn field will be ready for them and the raccoons. With any luck, they might even leave me a few ears.

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Going to be in the 80's today. I hope all of you can get out and enjoy it.

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Good morning, everyone. Hope all is well with you. I've been up most of the night, got a few hours sleep, and I'm still wide awake to enjoy the dawn and a couple of cups of coffee. We have a beautiful woodpecker getting insects off the trees. There are also a few bright red cardinals looking for lady friends. But oh gosh! Those black birds are over running the place. They wait for us to put out the dog food. We tried to fool them and put it out at night, changing our feeding schedule,but they are still too smart for us. What are those birds. They are not starlings. They are larger and sleeker. They strut around the yard like they own the place. What a mess they are making of my windows and the vehicles in the yard. I love birds, but it is getting ridiculous around here.
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Hello bird threaders....here comes SUMMER. haha

Hope you are all enjoying the great day God has given us. I am grateful. Love all the singing the birds woke me up with. Really enjoy waking up to that sound and a nice breeze coming through the window.

Tried the complete power down of all gadgets and hope I am back in Kentucky. If not, I will have to call the service provider and see if I can get them to walk me through it. I don't want to be from Tennessee. haha

Enjoy your day!!! I am.:)
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Misty eyed wrote:
https://www.google.com/prefere nces?hl=en&prev=https://ww w.google.com/search%3Fq%3Dmaps %26ie%3Dutf-8%26oe%3Dutf-8%26r ls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-US:officia l%26client%3Dfirefox-a#locatio n
@ AB, here's a link.
Thanks Misty eyed, I tried that and it did turn my Tn location back to my location for the homepages, weather, happenings, etc...but no topix change. Thanks

Have a wonderful day!!!
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@ Abeliever: Check out the sun's activity. Going to get hot around here. www.spaceweather.com .
That is one informative site. I seen this last night:

This massive solar flare affected radio signals for an hour
While most of us were celebrating Mother's Day, the sun joined in by giving us all something really cool to watch. An X.17-class solar flare, the strongest the sun can produce, erupted from a sunspot, becoming the most powerful solar eruption of the year. It even triggered an hour-long blackout of high-frequency radio signals. Though the sunspot is currently on the far side of the sun, it will be turning towards Earth over the next few days. If it remains as active as it has been in the last week, we could be treated to some amazing aurora light shows very soon. For now, you can watch the flare in action in this video from NASA.

http://now.msn.com/strongest-solar-flare-of-2...

Seeing these articles makes me still wonder if the chemspraying is to fight solar flares, or maybe it is the weather manipulation since our weather across the country is C-R-A-Z-Y. Plus there is that EMP threat from our enemies. Maybe all three. They are still spraying like crazy in my area. Have you or Betty seen any lately since you two seem to be closest to me?
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Off to enjoy the afternoon before working at 5:00. Hope you all do too. Sorry I missed everyone. But will leave you with some cute videos:

Dalmatian Does the Sweetest Thing to Comfort His Sad Owner

When this dalmatian saw his owner was sad, he made it his goal to comfort him! Dogs are a wonderful gift from God; they make our lives better in so many ways. Your heart will melt when you see this one!

http://www.godvine.com/Dalmatian-Does-the-Swe...

Was that not the sweetest thing? Animals are so smart and sensitive. They know when you hurt. My two cats were all over me when I was dealing with deaths in my family last year. They were so sweet.

What One Dog Did for a Stray Kitten is Simply a Miracle

When one family found a starving, stray kitten, they brought it inside, hoping to warm it up. What happened next with their Pekingese is absolutely amazing - and it saved the life of the poor kitty!

http://www.godvine.com/What-One-Dog-Did-for-a...

Precious story of animals loving each other.

This one may have been posted earlier in the year, but it makes me laugh so much. Babies are so funny. Makes me wonder about LSD923 little one, like betty (I think) mentioned back a few pages. I bet his little Leona is coming up on her second birthday. I will have to locate that email and see if I can get him to respond. Would love to see an updated photo.:)

Best Compilation Video of Babies Laughing at Dogs

Babies do the most darling things! Lighten your spirit and improve your day by watching these precious children laugh at the silly things dogs do... their laughter is so contagious!

http://www.godvine.com/Best-Compilation-Video...

Enjoy. Check back later tonight if I am not too tired. Have a great day!
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Keep all of that
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only two more weeks till the pool opens up! yay!

think i will set up on the porch and get my tan going..... maybe if i start now i wont turn into a lobster this year.

ahhh cant wait to go swimming......

anyone got some tried and true ideas for getting a pepper burn to calm down. i stopped off at an iga yesterday on my way home from work and they had jalapenos and serranos on sale for 99 cents a pound (which admittedly is not the greatest deal but it beats the 1.76 a pound i have been seeing all winter and my home grown peppers are far off from producing and we go thru peppers around here like some use tp)

any way.... i picked up a pound each which is like forty peppers all together and i chopped and froze them. normally i would where some gloves but for some reason i just didn't think about it till about twenty jalapenos in and started to feel the beginnings of a good burn coming. i put on gloves for the serranos but by then the damage was done.lol

so i did some googling and found a few remedies and this is what i tried so far..... milk, lime juice, dawn, antibacterial soap, aloe, coffee grounds, and Epsom salt (that last one had the opposite effect btw) still burning strong this morning. the aloe does offer some relief its just short lived..... i gave up and just taped a piece to my pepper cutting thumb so i could sleep last night..... but even the warm coming off the laptop is getting it throbbing again.

sigh..... it can be said that i am a little bit of a wimp and have zero threshold for pain but anyone (even the trolls) with a tried and true cure.....any one!

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@Betty.. I have no tips for peppers since I don't use or like them anyways, but I do have one tip "DON'T SCRATCH YOUR BUTT" lol
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@ Betty, wash your hands in cold water and alcohol, apply vaseline that should help. If you have a hot mouth, drink plenty of good alcohol. It will do the job. Hope you feel better soon;)
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@Betty.. I have no tips for peppers since I don't use or like them anyways, but I do have one tip "DON'T SCRATCH YOUR BUTT" lol
hahaha.... in all seriousness tho, i "held it" for many many hours and thru many many hand washes yesterday. but i forgot and wiped my eyes late last night...yep that was fun
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@ Betty, wash your hands in cold water and alcohol, apply vaseline that should help. If you have a hot mouth, drink plenty of good alcohol. It will do the job. Hope you feel better soon;)
all i had was tequila ...no rubbing alcohol..... dare i say except for my thumb..... it seems to be working so far.....but i dont want to jinx my self.... the milk i threw on it worked for a bit but the burn came back. but im hoping the tequila actually got the capsaicin off my hands....so im hopeful.... i think the thumb its self is just burnt period and will have to get better on its own. thanks!
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betty wrote:
only two more weeks till the pool opens up! yay!
think i will set up on the porch and get my tan going..... maybe if i start now i wont turn into a lobster this year.
ahhh cant wait to go swimming......
anyone got some tried and true ideas for getting a pepper burn to calm down. i stopped off at an iga yesterday on my way home from work and they had jalapenos and serranos on sale for 99 cents a pound (which admittedly is not the greatest deal but it beats the 1.76 a pound i have been seeing all winter and my home grown peppers are far off from producing and we go thru peppers around here like some use tp)
any way.... i picked up a pound each which is like forty peppers all together and i chopped and froze them. normally i would where some gloves but for some reason i just didn't think about it till about twenty jalapenos in and started to feel the beginnings of a good burn coming. i put on gloves for the serranos but by then the damage was done.lol
so i did some googling and found a few remedies and this is what i tried so far..... milk, lime juice, dawn, antibacterial soap, aloe, coffee grounds, and Epsom salt (that last one had the opposite effect btw) still burning strong this morning. the aloe does offer some relief its just short lived..... i gave up and just taped a piece to my pepper cutting thumb so i could sleep last night..... but even the warm coming off the laptop is getting it throbbing again.
sigh..... it can be said that i am a little bit of a wimp and have zero threshold for pain but anyone (even the trolls) with a tried and true cure.....any one!
orange, lemons or limes?

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