Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81693 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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Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#94880 Dec 15, 2013
Anne wrote:
In my reply post to Helter Pete 10 hours ago. My reply is there. I just reread it. It's there. But what happened to Helter Pete's post. It is gone. u can still read his post when I click on my reply but that's crazy
That's has happened to several of us, I presume. Mystery, mystery. Hehehe. I wish him a Happy Holidays as well. You also,Anne. To you and yours a Happy Holidays;) Sounds like Pete ( Impostor most certainly) will be cosy on the beach drinking a margarita or one of those fancy drinks. Happy Yuletime to All!
Hum

Ransom, KY

#94881 Dec 15, 2013
Scarecrow wrote:
Reptoid aliens are killing the birds and the fish. When they materialize in our dimension their either (negative energy) can kill some small creatures.
sad
Anne

United States

#94883 Dec 15, 2013
@Misty. Okay then, I'm not alone on that disappearing post thing. Since Helter Pete isn't around to protest, I'll throw my two cents in on that. Heeheehee. Maybe he joined that secret identy program and doesn't want us to know he's impostor. Shhhh. Lol

I forgot to check out the cinnamon capsules while I was in the store earlier. I had planned to.... Miss E & Mississippi Man has me thinking about trying that

AW hasn't checked in so I'm wondering if he has company or if he joined Pete..

Level 1

Since: Oct 13

Lexington, KY

#94884 Dec 15, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text> Not me, I guess I have been blessed to find my little piece of heaven on earth. I have no desire to go anywhere any more. I don't even care much about going to the store and doubtful that I will risk trying to get out of here this morning to attend church. A lot of ice out there.
I can read my Bible and find some old gospel songs and try to sing along without the dog howling too much. LOL And I surely don't need another misguided human being (preacher or teacher and especially Pastor Fat Wallet on the television) telling me their perception on how I should or should not live. I take my directions from GOD and only GOD. And a good day to all. It seems like a really good morning for biscuits and sausage gravy. LOL
Good for you to enjoy your Bible and sing your gospel songs

For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us who are saved it is the power of God.

Apparently those of this world, or do not know The Lord Jesus Christ would rather demean someone down to their baser sort with the principalities and powers of this world, which is the only understanding they accept, rather than lift up their hearts up to the Lord and believe in a good God full of wonders and glory as shown unto us in his Holy Spirit.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#94886 Dec 15, 2013
Scarecrow wrote:
<quoted text>
How do you explain the dead birds in Louisiana and Arkansas ???
Google Reptoid Aliens...
The new Madrid effects everything from Lake Erie to Chicago all the way down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. The fault line is also what is causing these sinkholes everywhere. Methane gas leaks from the ground in these areas. Wildlife is effected first...
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#94887 Dec 15, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
On the cinnamon I take 1000 mg
On the apple cider vinegar with mothers I take a shot glass a day and yes that's how I measure mine too. Let me switch from iPhone to iPad and I'll tell u more
Sure thank you for your post. I've filled ye-ole-daily-medicine-box with (1) 500 mg. cinnamon cap's morning and nite. And the Mother-Vinegar,.......I put a shot glass full of it in with a juice glass of cold cider, mixed and.....down the hatch in three gulps! It really wasn't too bad at all. Sorta leaves a lingering taste tho. I have no further message from you via any "Pad", so I'll just wait. Hope this stuff helps. Like an enima (sp) to a dead man,...may not help but it sure won't hurt!!!!
Anne

United States

#94889 Dec 15, 2013
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>
.Like an enima (sp) to a dead man,...may not help but it sure won't hurt!!!!
Not heard that one before! Lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94890 Dec 16, 2013
Anne wrote:
@Misty. Okay then, I'm not alone on that disappearing post thing. Since Helter Pete isn't around to protest, I'll throw my two cents in on that. Heeheehee. Maybe he joined that secret identy program and doesn't want us to know he's impostor. Shhhh. Lol
I forgot to check out the cinnamon capsules while I was in the store earlier. I had planned to.... Miss E & Mississippi Man has me thinking about trying that
AW hasn't checked in so I'm wondering if he has company or if he joined Pete..
No, I did not join Pete. I don't travel much beyond going to the store and then I went twice yesterday to our church to begin the celebration of what Christmas is really about. I learned that hard lesson 10 years ago when the late wife had a stroke while opening her presents, then spent 2 years in a nursing facility before passing on to her rewards.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#94894 Dec 16, 2013
So many forget to thank the Great Spirit who sent us and Mother Earth who gives her bounty. I have not attended church services in years. As was revealed to me at 13 : There is more to life than the congregation and false prophets.It is more of a choice to hear or see others' deeds while praising and be steadfast to the One from whom we came. It is like love; something that never needs seeking; nevertheless, belief is always in existence. I am so Blessed and Thankful for my Family and glad that our country is not a communist one. We can worship or assemble freely.
A wonderful day to All!
Anne

Paris, TN

#94895 Dec 16, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I learned that hard lesson 10 years ago when the late wife had a stroke while opening her presents, then spent 2 years in a nursing facility before passing on to her rewards.
I know you pretty much stay close to home but hopefully one of these days you'll get the urge to do a little sightseeing. Buckhorn Lake is fairly close to you and is a beautiful spot to visit. Probably a good spot to fish if you're so inclined. Lol
Christmas time has been a time of funerals in our family also. Makes it rough and I usually find Christmas music sad. I've never lost a spouse but I know that's got to be the worst.
I'm glad you are working on the church Christmas. The little country church that's close by has a life size nativity barn set up so I guess they are set up for a live nativity scene . I'd like to go see it but haven't heard of the times they are set up. My parents were married there and lived within a half mile of the church for all their married life (43 years--mom was 63 when she died,oh my, today is the day she's been gone 20 years) Dad remarried in the same church and a lot of the same people attended this wedding also. A year after the marriage his little wife began treatment for lung cancer. He was a good caregiver to her. Dad would have remarried ( to his high school sweetheart) but she ended up being the one to place flowers on his grave. The weekend before he past, he and a couple lifelong buddies rode a mule down into the Grand Canyon. We sold the little house in AZ he had bought to live close by his sister. Guess I got the traveling gene also... Lol
<3 R.I.P. MOM <3
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#94896 Dec 16, 2013
@Misty.. I lost the wife 8 years ago this past Saturday and just a few minutes after my birthday was over. I rolled over to a new decade this past Friday 13th (not superstitous), so I don't do birthdays or Christmas except to cherish fond memories and pass around lots of Love. My opinion is that Christmas gifts are for children and for them to build a lifetime of nostalic memories. My children and grandchildren are all grown, but there are a few little girls and boys at the church that like to sit with the old man and dig into his coat pocket for candies. That is one reason why I go. I remember the old lady that I used to sit next to.

As for lakes and State Parks, I have already been (with my boys) to most every one in Kentucky and about every state in the Southeast and north to the Canadian border and west to the Dakotas. I guess I have been there and done that already. LOL Have a good day. I have chores to do.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#94897 Dec 16, 2013
@ AW, the birds are sounding like a happy choir this morning. Oh, those little children. I can hear their chatter and invision them eagerly getting after that candy. Lol. What simple joys they love the most! My daughter loves hard peppermints;) My darling Aunt- gone two years now- and mother- in- law to possibly be give her candies all the time. Wonderful day to you!
@ Anne, as my Dad gets older I notice to that he has been one of the few in his family remaining. He just caught up to 62. His birthday has become a depressing time for him that I notice. It seems with retirement that he has more time on his hands to do his housework and think. The past two summers have kept him busy outdoors- carpentry work,cutting logs, lawn work and beekeeping." Precious Memories" that is what we have. Family and friends,life filled with joy and sorrow. Have a nice day & stay warm:)
Anne

United States

#94898 Dec 16, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
. I rolled over to a new decade this past Friday 13th (not superstitous),
My opinion is that Christmas gifts are for children and for them to build a lifetime of nostalic memories.
I have chores to do.
Aha! A birthday!! We've determined before that you're a little older than me and since I turned the Mighty Sixty last year, you must have turned the Super Seventy!!!
Happy Birthday, Ancient Wolf!
Yup! I agree, commercial Christmas is mostly a memory maker for kids. And I enjoy ensuring those memories. It helps that my grandkids live here. lol I topped MY Christmas list with...toilet paper!! That stuff comes in right handy around here and it creates a few laughs Christmas morning. I prefer the 16 roll package--any brand will do.
I have a doctors appointment later today and, like you, chickens to attend to now.(No eggs at all. Too cold I guess)
confused

United States

#94899 Dec 16, 2013
I don't get it
Anne

United States

#94901 Dec 16, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
@ Anne, as my Dad gets older I notice to that he has been one of the few in his family remaining. He just caught up to 62. His birthday has become a depressing time for him that I notice. It seems with retirement that he has more time on his hands to do his housework and think. The past two summers have kept him busy outdoors- carpentry work,cutting logs, lawn work and beekeeping." Precious Memories" that is what we have. Family and friends,life filled with joy and sorrow. Have a nice day & stay warm:)
I turned sixty one this past summer. I was depressed going into my 60th year but about 2 weeks before my birthday I woke up with "I'm going to be the mighty 60" and you know what? My 60th year was one of my best years!! When my better half quits work next summer maybe I'll buy him a new axe so he can chop wood and stay in shape like AW. Lol
qwerty

Luck, WI

#94902 Dec 16, 2013
confused wrote:
I don't get it
You throw the ball to first base.
Then who gets it?
Naturally.
Naturally.
Now you've got it.
I throw the ball to Naturally.
You don't! You throw it to Who!
Naturally.
Well, that's it—say it that way.
That's what I said.
You did not.
I said I throw the ball to Naturally.
You don't! You throw it to Who!
Costello: Naturally.

Level 1

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#94903 Dec 16, 2013
qwerty wrote:
<quoted text>You throw the ball to first base.
Then who gets it?
Naturally.
Naturally.
Now you've got it.
I throw the ball to Naturally.
You don't! You throw it to Who!
Naturally.
Well, that's it—say it that way.
That's what I said.
You did not.
I said I throw the ball to Naturally.
You don't! You throw it to Who!
Costello: Naturally.
That bit never gets old! Classic
Anne

Versailles, IN

#94904 Dec 16, 2013
Lol.
wes

Zoe, KY

#94905 Dec 16, 2013
this stuff creeps me out

“Nothing is as it appears to be”

Since: Dec 13

My Happy Place

#94908 Dec 16, 2013
This is one of the few threads that seems to survive and weather the troll storms. After nearly 80,000 posts,(with some deletions) the thread itself still remains strong. Truly amazing!

And I must say, reading the posts here is like a sheltered place in a storm. Due in large to AW, no doubt, who remains the constant in the equation. Thank you, Ancient Wolf.

I meet some nice people on other threads and the first thing you know some of the posts are deleted or the entire thread disappears! It makes it nearly impossible to maintain any sort of sensible communication.
It is nice to see one which appears to be impervious to the onslaught.

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