Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,775

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

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Mayfield, KY

#89380 May 14, 2013
Keep all of that
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89381 May 14, 2013
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!

Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#89382 May 14, 2013
@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
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89383 May 14, 2013
@ 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;)
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89384 May 14, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
@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
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#89385 May 14, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
@ 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!
Blueminer

Scottsville, KY

#89386 May 14, 2013
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?
Blueminer

Scottsville, KY

#89387 May 14, 2013
http://www.9news.com/video/2338141201001/1/St...

Anybody else see this? it's pretty cool

Level 2

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#89388 May 14, 2013

Level 2

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#89389 May 14, 2013
Almost forgot, Hello Everyone!

Level 2

Since: Jan 10

Scotts Vegas

#89390 May 14, 2013
of course gotta include this

sad

Flemingsburg, KY

#89391 May 14, 2013
So sad

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#89392 May 14, 2013
Just home and watching the sun set. What a BEAUTIFUL day!! I have some really mad birds. I ran out of food! Going to have to buy more AND soon!!
Jessi

London, KY

#89393 May 14, 2013
Lol! This is not happening for anything the government is doing. You should try reading the bible. This tells you everything you need to know. There IS a explanation for all of this, the BIBLE!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#89394 May 14, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Hey there, spaceweather.com is reliable site for footage as well. I tried to watch live footage on Sunday. They were having trouble with the camera in Australia. Hope all is well with you, yours;) Have a good evening. We're having pulled pork here. Been a gorgeous day. Bless you All.
pepper burn

Logan, WV

#89395 May 14, 2013
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!
try ice cream or yogurt
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89398 May 14, 2013
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!
Looks like the scottsville tiny pony troll dropped in. Guess it must be real boring now without Una so he has to stick his two cent slurs here. Sorry ass.

I can't wait either to get in the pool. The water looks pretty good and it has been nice to sit around with the tiki lights on, star filled night and have lots of laughs with my BFs.

Did you stock up on that 5 for $20 meat deal at IGA? I love that. I know when the butcher is on and stocking so I go get about $40 worth searching through and grabbing the packages that are $5-$6. It is always great cuts and fresh. They trim real good too. I love that store.

Hope your burn is better.

Level 1

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#89400 May 14, 2013
@ Abeliever: Glad that I caught you this evening. Your Godvine videos are so sweet. Loved the dog stroking his master's head and kissing his face. The kitten was adorable, too
@Blue Miner: Glad that you stopped by. Hope that your Dad is doing well. I keep you both in my prayers.

@ AW: You're always there to ground the rest of us with your wisdom. But...I sense that there is a twinkle in your eyes and a light-hearted side as well. Your wry humor gives you away.

Betty and Misty- always enjoy your helpful and uplifting posts.

Roaming--hope we get some sleep tonight.

To you folks, and everyone else...a heart-felt good-night to my fine feathered friends. Over and out, Lala
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89401 May 14, 2013
Blueminer wrote:
Almost forgot, Hello Everyone!
Hi Blueminer. Hope you are doing good. Thanks for the videos. Good to see you posting.
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#89404 May 14, 2013
Oglala wrote:
@ Abeliever: Glad that I caught you this evening. Your Godvine videos are so sweet. Loved the dog stroking his master's head and kissing his face. The kitten was adorable, too
Hey lala, I thought you would like those. I never seen anything as adorable as that dog consoling his master. Just too sweet.

I seen another front page article on the solar flares:

Sun can't stop showing off, fires off two more record-breaking flares

Remember on Sunday, when we saw the strongest solar flare of 2013? In less than 24 hours, the sun has beaten its own record twice. Monday morning brought an even stronger X2.8-class flare, and just nine hours later, a powerful X3.8-class blast erupted from the surface. Even more exciting, the active region is now in clear view of Earth. As the sun reaches the peak of solar activity in its 11-year weather cycle, we could soon be in the direct line of fire for some of these flares. While that would make for some amazing aurora displays, it could also ground airplanes, jam satellites and cause massive radio blackouts and geomagnetic storms. Whatever happens, we'll be watching the sky.

http://now.msn.com/three-biggest-solar-flares...

Hope you get some sleep. Wonderful night and cool air, I will sleep like a baby.:)

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