Heard Any Good Dead Bird Stories Recently?

4,000 dead birds in Arkansas.

100,000 dead fish in Arkansas.

500 dead birds in Louisiana.

Up to 100 dead birds in Sweden.

2,000,000 dead fish in Maryland.

Hundreds of dead snapper fish washed up on beaches in New Zealand, many of them with their eyes missing.

200 dead birds in Texas.

100 tons of dead sardines, croaker and catfish washed up in Brazilian fishing towns.

40,000 dead velvet crabs was ashore in England.

I can’t say that I believe in End of Days or signs of the end of the world, but wow…this seems like it could fit. BUT thank God that the sexy Anderson Cooper asked the biblical expert Mr. Kirk “Mike Seaver” Cameron for his opinion: http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/05/kirk-cameron-dead-birds-arent-the-end-of-the-world/?hpt=Sbin

Ok, so end of the world is off the table. Fine.  But then what is it? Sorry but I’m not buying that FIREWORKS scared FOUR THOUSAND red-winged blackbirds in Arkansas and that’s why they all died. I’m going to echo the 9 million other people who have already said “Well then why aren’t there scores of dead birds on the fourth of July?” Exactly my thought.

Have thousands of birds and fishies been dying in mass bulk for years now and they never made the news? I dunno. If not, then this is a big friggin’ deal. Sorry.  Especially if the EPA is telling us there is nothing to worry about, yet they are all in their hazmat suits picking up the dead birds off the street. Interesting.

I won’t lie – I LOVE a sensational story like this. But it does scare me. What the hell is going on??? Is it JUST a coincidence? Or is there something more sinister happening? Before it became international, I was thinking that chemicals or gas killed the birds. But now it’s just happening willy-nilly and I have no idea what the hell is going on. I’m a-scared.

Alls I know is that the same thing happened in FlashFoward, but ABC canceled (shocking!!!) it before we found out what killed all the birds in Somalia. *sigh*

Anyway, the birds in Sweden were scared to death. Yup, that’s what the officials declared. Oh for crissakes!! They were scared to death?? Are we supposed to believe that?? And whatever happened to the “sonic boom” theories?? And what about the chemical warfare plant near by in Arkansas? Granted that wouldn’t explain what happened in LA or TX, but still…. We shouldn’t just accept “Oh the birds were all startled. K?”

Even though I’m for strict gun control, I’m starting to wonder if I need me a weapon, JUST in case Mr. Kirk Cameron is wrong. They must make pink guns right??

Recap: I find all these dead animals weird and suspicious. What do you think?


4 thoughts on “Heard Any Good Dead Bird Stories Recently?

  1. My dad always said he kept guns in the house in case he had to defend his domain when the End of Days came. You can stay there too. There’s plenty of room for you (especially since you lost all that weight). And you can teach us portion-control when we have to ration the food in the pantry.


  2. lol @ byow. took me a while to figure that out.

    I think the real geniuses at portion control were those Chilean miners. We could learn something from them. Not fidelity though. But besides that.

    Bob Iger gave them all trips to WDW. *sulk*

  3. Beginning at around 11 30pm enforcement officers with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission began getting reports of dead black birds falling from the sky in the city limits of Beebe.Dick Baxter with the Game and Fish Commission estimates that 2000-2500 birds fell out of the sky over the city. Most of the birds were dead but some were still alive when officers arrived.

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