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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Imposter wrote:
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So you would judge me a knuckle dragging, uncouth, Neanderthal throw back? A product of the same damned evolutionary genetic traits handed down through thousands of years, that produced such a silly judgmental nincompoop ...as yourself?
exactly what he said dumbass...need a picture?

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And Mate!
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RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>You shouldn't talk about ANYONE else. You act horribly. When you talk about others, who you don't even know, you look REALLY bad. You have now become the troll.
YOU should talk. Trash queen. Give us a break. We know how you act. Everyone on topix knows. Blueminer has you pegged perfectly. No one wants to join your troll club Edith so look in the mirror is you want to see a real ugly fat TROLL. lmao at you and your self importance and righteous self. You are nothing more than a bore. Go yawn someplace else. These people are sick of you. Guess no one will talk to you in your Scottsville forum anymore. HA
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<quoted text>Sorry to hear you are ill. Hope you feel more human, and less troll-like soon.
A troll is a troll....that would be you and your bunch of idiots, talking to yourself again? lmao
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I'm ready to be enlightened-- come back
From reading your post red heel, you are ready for anything from anyone. You must be the the favorite in una's stable. lmao at you
See ya

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clowns in the funny papers, I have to hit the road and won't be back for a couple days. Have fun proving what clueless clowns you jokes are. The rest of you, have a great weekend and hope to see your thread back to normal some day without the invasion of the una trolls.
Hempburn

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The warmth of the coffee cup is pretty welcome this morning. It won't be long now before the fire place gets fired up. Guess I better get up on the roof and do the annual chimney inside inspection today, make sure no bird or other creature has taken the chimney as a home. There could be a troll stuck in there.

The coffee pot calls out to me, so you guys have a good day,,,,,,,,,, trolls, not so much.

“Is who I am”

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Blueminer wrote:
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Negative! In fact if you can fowwow this one; not only have we evolved but at birth that evolution continues on sort of an individual basis.
Next the pinky is moving up in evolution.
The HUMAN brain will never be perfected enough to comprehend the base eight system, as a collective. Base ten is so much easier. Thus the addition of the "pinky finger". Now give this a little thought if you were a lumberjack under the brief base eight system (when human hands had three fingers and a thumb) and you lost a finger in an accident you would be down to two fingers and a thumb or God forbid three fingers.
Imagine people would make fun and call you bird hand. On the other hand, well not exactly, would be a good back scratcher.
I saw the typo up there and thought oh well that's kind of fuddy and left it like it was.
There has never been ANY proof that people have evolved. You know what I am talking about. We have not lost nor gained anything in the past 2000+ years. There have been no add ons of any kind, NOR have we had any subtractions. We were thought to have evolved from apes, but the problem is there are STILL apes. They haven't evolved into humans, and we have not evolved into anything else.
If you can show me any proof that we have evolved, please do post it. I'd like to see that we lost a tail, grew an extra appendange, ect.
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Evolution is occuring, and at a much faster pace than in the last 50,000 years humans have been on the earth. We arenít the same as people even a thousand or two thousand years ago. Almost every trait you look at is under strong genetic influence and it's right in front of you. You donít have to look hard to see that teeth are getting smaller, skull size is shrinking, stature is getting smaller, superficial traits such as skin and eye color, new mixed races, mutations relate to the brain, the digestive system, life span, immunity to pathogens, sperm production, and bonesóin short, virtually every aspect of our functioning is evolving. Humans are faster, smarter, sheding hair. Evolution is a slow process unless the mutation is great and the change spreads at an excellerated pace. Bones do not lie, we are different than even two thousand years ago. I am not taking an anti intelligent design stance, I'm simply saying we are evolving and it is obvious.
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Good morning Hempburn, where is our friend AW?

I was drinking my hot hot coffee with some homemade blueberry muffins and checking out headlines and came across this article. Check it out. Very interesting.

What Kentucky "blue people" reveal
How one family may give a clue to our future skin color

Why all humans eventually could look like Brazilians

Expert says globalization, immigration, cultural diffusion may homogenize world population

It really happened: Six generations of inbreeding spanning the years 1800 to 1960 caused an isolated population of humans living in the hills of Kentucky to become blue-skinned.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/49090427/ns/techn...

I bet some of our trolls are blue. hahaha

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Hempburn

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Hey, there you go! And how else can you explain the "Blueman Group".....

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I thought this was really about birds dying in KY. What's up with u people. Get a job!!

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Hempburn wrote:
Hey, there you go! And how else can you explain the "Blueman Group".....
Bluewhiner,,,,,,,you dumbarse.

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<quoted text>There has never been ANY proof that people have evolved. You know what I am talking about. We have not lost nor gained anything in the past 2000+ years. There have been no add ons of any kind, NOR have we had any subtractions. We were thought to have evolved from apes, but the problem is there are STILL apes. They haven't evolved into humans, and we have not evolved into anything else.
If you can show me any proof that we have evolved, please do post it. I'd like to see that we lost a tail, grew an extra appendange, ect.
Bluewhiner lost his balls somewhere along the way and has never been able to grow any more.

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Hempburn wrote:
The warmth of the coffee cup is pretty welcome this morning. It won't be long now before the fire place gets fired up. Guess I better get up on the roof and do the annual chimney inside inspection today, make sure no bird or other creature has taken the chimney as a home. There could be a troll stuck in there.
The coffee pot calls out to me, so you guys have a good day,,,,,,,,,, trolls, not so much.
Morning. Humpaburn here. The warmth of the coffee cup is pretty welcome this morning. I could hardly wait to start humping that hot coffee pot. It won't be long now before the fireplace gets fired up and I can hump it. Guess I better get up on the roof and do my anal inspection today,,,,,,might as well look down the chimney too,,,,,,,,,,make sure no bird or other exotic creature has taken the chimney as a home. That dang Fartman told me if I would put some fine mesh wire on top of the chimney I wouldn't have to do that schitt every year. DUH,,,,just how does he think Santa Claus will get down the chimney??? Last fall I fell off the roof several times,,,,dang that hurt. Last year I found the mailman in the chimney,,,,, wonder if he's a troll? Well,,,,,the coffee is calling me ever so sweetly,,,,,,, Humpaburn hump me. You goof folks have a great day,,,,,,,, ol' silly humpers not so much,,,,Humpaburn out.

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I thought this was really about birds dying in KY. What's up with u people. Get a job!!
You get the friggin' job. Welfare is much better. Now get your arse to work, I need a raise.
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Abeliever wrote:
Good morning Hempburn, where is our friend AW?
I was drinking my hot hot coffee with some homemade blueberry muffins and checking out headlines and came across this article. Check it out. Very interesting.
What Kentucky "blue people" reveal
How one family may give a clue to our future skin color
Why all humans eventually could look like Brazilians
Expert says globalization, immigration, cultural diffusion may homogenize world population
It really happened: Six generations of inbreeding spanning the years 1800 to 1960 caused an isolated population of humans living in the hills of Kentucky to become blue-skinned.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/49090427/ns/techn...
I bet some of our trolls are blue. hahaha
Have a great day!
That is impossible, direct inbreeding for that long would completely break down the gene pool to a point of sterility. Evolution is real, it helps animals adapt including the human animal. It is higher brain function that set humans apart. Our DNA make up is not too different from an earth worm or fly. Instead it is the complex proteins we produce that vary greatly from other creatures including chimpanzees with which we have a 98% similarity in DNA makeup with.
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science produces answers...religion produces fear.
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Pass the coffee Hempburn, it's a little chilly this morning.

AB, Google the "Blue Fugates Kentucky", the article explains the strange genetic blue hue to their skin. I'd always heard of the blue people, and dang if they aren't real!

I'm leaving my hummingbird feeder out 'til probably the end of September, my birds are still feeding, and I want to make sure any "stragglers" fuel up for their long journey. Cardinals & Jays are eating my dog's food, maybe that's a hint that their feeder is empty? Dang demanding birds, lol.

Everybody enjoy the day, looks like blue skies and sunshine.
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Cinnamon Girl wrote:
Pass the coffee Hempburn, it's a little chilly this morning.
AB, Google the "Blue Fugates Kentucky", the article explains the strange genetic blue hue to their skin. I'd always heard of the blue people, and dang if they aren't real!
I'm leaving my hummingbird feeder out 'til probably the end of September, my birds are still feeding, and I want to make sure any "stragglers" fuel up for their long journey. Cardinals & Jays are eating my dog's food, maybe that's a hint that their feeder is empty? Dang demanding birds, lol.
Everybody enjoy the day, looks like blue skies and sunshine.
Methemoglobinemia is a genetic condition but those people aren't inbreed. This is in a recessive gene and not all of them get it and it is even treatable with oxygen therapy. As well they married into a family nearby that were also carriers

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