Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81675 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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Anne

Versailles, IN

#94794 Dec 11, 2013
Glad you got the toilet thing figured out. It's hard having to think up ways to fix things, isn't it. If something gets too bad I call one of the neighbors. On duck dynasty they just said, "when in doubt, figure it out." Lol that's me...and you!
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#94795 Dec 11, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I swear by cinnamon capsules. My doctor was amazed when I lowered my A1c number to 5.1 with that being the only change
Very glad to hear of these capsules. Where do you get them, is there a certain milligram you use Miss E, how often, and do you also use vinegar with the mother? Man, ya gotta dilute that stuff with something. If I may ask .....do you also use pills and or insulin as I do? Please, don't be offended at my questions. Just seems like there are a LOT of people getting rich off of diabetes,.....namely the pill factories and doctors. My A1C hovers around 7, not good but not terrible and I'd like to get it down.......but no more pills if possible. Two weeks ago I had a good opthomologist report so I guess I'm doing something right.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#94796 Dec 11, 2013
try cinnamon wrote:
<quoted text>
Try cinnamon capsules, one capsule with every meal for diabetes. You won't be sorry.
(cinnamon, garlic, vinegar, cayenne pepper,*5,000 IU/day Vitamin D = great immune system)
I am no cook, period, so please tell me about your use of vinegar (with what?) and do you use Vit. D along with the others that you named? Thankx a lot.

Level 1

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94797 Dec 11, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>Very glad to hear of these capsules. Where do you get them, is there a certain milligram you use Miss E, how often, and do you also use vinegar with the mother? Man, ya gotta dilute that stuff with something. If I may ask .....do you also use pills and or insulin as I do? Please, don't be offended at my questions. Just seems like there are a LOT of people getting rich off of diabetes,.....namely the pill factories and doctors. My A1C hovers around 7, not good but not terrible and I'd like to get it down.......but no more pills if possible. Two weeks ago I had a good opthomologist report so I guess I'm doing something right.
I take 1000mg of cinnamon 2X a day. The doctor has reduced my oral medication down to one pill a day.
I never had to use insulin. Ask anything you want.
Back in 1999 or 2000 they changed the standard for what fasting blood sugar level was considered diabetic and overnight the diabetic medicine companies became very very rich.
When I was in college many years ago, I had low blood sugar problems-- I just can't seem to find a happy medium
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#94798 Dec 12, 2013
I mix a little white vinegar in with my green beans with country ham bits, clean windows with it since it does not streak like some more expensive window cleaners, and bathe dog in a mixture. I am sure there are many other uses but I have not needed those yet.

With the holidays approaching, I will be cooking my sugar cured country ham. I don't care for the salt cured ham. First, I soak the ham over night in a mixture of a cup of white vinegar and about a gallon of water. The next morning, I rinse the ham off. Then I boil the ham for about 4 hours in a fresh mixture of vinegar and water. I do that outside in a Hamilton-Beach electric boiler. Then I just unplug the boiler and let it cool for the afternoon. I then trim the skin and fat off again outside and toss the contents including the vinegar water in a 5 gallon drywall bucket that I take to the chickens. They like that mixture of fat and I think it helps with egg production and nothing is wasted.

Then I bring the trimmed ham inside and coat it in a mixture of brown sugar and mustard and bake the thing for 30 minutes to just make a nice glaze, Refrigerate and wait for Christmas dinners.
Anne

Paris, TN

#94799 Dec 12, 2013
I have fixed a salt cured ham but never the sugar cured . I think that would be much more to my liking.
I do watch my sugar levels as my mom was diabetic but so far I'm good. Seems like several on here do have that though. It also seems that the treatment etc has really changed over the last 20 years.

The dog woke me up with her barking so I let her inside for a while. Hope I can get more sleep before my day starts.
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Philippines

#94800 Dec 12, 2013
Also used vinegar
Tollesboro Guy

Lexington, KY

#94801 Dec 12, 2013
Blue shoes wrote:
I wondered why this thread was still active,so I finally checked. I see it has become something of a Facebook for some of you, lol .never seen that before, enjoy
Don't laugh, join us. Beats FB by a mile. Just us country folk, you might learn a little, contribute a lot. Most importantly, we like it as it is!

Thanks Bud!

Rick

Level 1

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94802 Dec 12, 2013
Tollesboro Guy wrote:
<quoted text>Don't laugh, join us. Beats FB by a mile. Just us country folk, you might learn a little, contribute a lot. Most importantly, we like it as it is!

Thanks Bud!

Rick
I agree!
Blue shoes

Lynchburg, VA

#94803 Dec 12, 2013
Anne wrote:
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Well, Blue shoes, you are most welcome to join in. We're a pretty diverse group and there's a lot of different topics. We respect each other and no one is a bully but..... there is a lot of bull !
thanks I am so disappointed with FB and Twitter, I think this is great!! You talk about the things me and my friends do. Yay !
Blue shoes

Lynchburg, VA

#94804 Dec 12, 2013
It's soooo cold this morning, so glad I get to stay home. Enjoying my coffee and steel cut oats. Watching Michael and Kelly .
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#94805 Dec 12, 2013
This old man still has eyes good enough to see how to thread a needle and repair his quilt that his big toe got hung in and ripped. Yay for the eyes!! Boo for the toe!! LOL
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#94806 Dec 12, 2013
regarding eyes.. A kentucky woman filed a law suit claiming that after his surgery, her husband lost interest in sex. The case was thrown out when it was determined that the surgery was an opthamology procedure. hehehehe

Level 1

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94807 Dec 12, 2013
Blue shoes wrote:
It's soooo cold this morning, so glad I get to stay home. Enjoying my coffee and steel cut oats. Watching Michael and Kelly .
I love steel cut oats. The texture is heartier.
On weekends I'll put the oats, water, cut up apple, raisins, Splenda brown sugar and cinnamon in a small crockpot before I go to bed in Saturday night. Sunday morning the house smells great and breakfast is ready!

Level 1

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94808 Dec 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
This old man still has eyes good enough to see how to thread a needle and repair his quilt that his big toe got hung in and ripped. Yay for the eyes!! Boo for the toe!! LOL
What big eyes you have Mr Wolf?
Ancient Wolf

Nicholasville, KY

#94809 Dec 12, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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What big eyes you have Mr Wolf?
All the better to see you with, My Dear.... and as Paul Harvey said "Now, for the rest of the story" LOL
Anne

Paris, TN

#94810 Dec 12, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
regarding eyes.. A kentucky woman filed a law suit claiming that after his surgery, her husband lost interest in sex. The case was thrown out when it was determined that the surgery was an opthamology procedure. hehehehe
Lol. Not touching that..
Anne

Paris, TN

#94811 Dec 12, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I love steel cut oats. The texture is heartier.
On weekends I'll put the oats, water, cut up apple, raisins, Splenda brown sugar and cinnamon in a small crockpot before I go to bed in Saturday night. Sunday morning the house smells great and breakfast is ready!
I have a fairly small crockpot but it would still hold a lot of oatmeal.. More than I'd eat in a week. How much do you make at a time?? And how big is your crockpot?
Anne

Paris, TN

#94812 Dec 12, 2013
Blue shoes wrote:
It's soooo cold this morning, so glad I get to stay home. Enjoying my coffee and steel cut oats. Watching Michael and Kelly .
You are certainly right about it being sooo old this morning. The heat lamp over the chicken water
Kept just one side of the water pan thawed, ice formed on the other side. Brrrr!
Blue shoes

Lynchburg, VA

#94813 Dec 12, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I love steel cut oats. The texture is heartier.
On weekends I'll put the oats, water, cut up apple, raisins, Splenda brown sugar and cinnamon in a small crockpot before I go to bed in Saturday night. Sunday morning the house smells great and breakfast is ready!
sound yummy! I am gluten sensitive so that's how I discovered them. I just might use the old crock pot tonight!

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