Tuesday, January 18, 2011

371 Dead Birds Fall from Sky on LA's Sunset Blvd; Similar to California, Arkansas, Louisiana Bird Drops

371 dead birds fell from the sky over Los Angeles, California, and hit the pavement at Sunset and Cahuenga. In the great shadow of the CNN building laid scattered hundreds of pigeons, most of them dead.

This is another incident of dead birds falling from the sky, as has been seen in California, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Sweden, Italy, and other places around the world.If today's dead bird incident had been a singular event, we could have blamed Los Angeles smog. 371 birds could no longer take the poor air quality and decided to choke and fall.

The bird drop happened just after noon, and word of mouth passed quickly.

... The dead birds in this incident were exclusively pigeons, but for the homelesses, they were food. One man had already cleaned his fowl and was arguing with a hot dog vendor about frying it on his hot dog grill. The homeless held a bloody knife and shook the pigeon in the vendor's face. The pigeon's entrails hung at least a foot from the pigeon's slashed belly. The guts swayed as the homeless man passionately pointed his knife at the hot dog grill.

In front of the CNN building was pandemonium. Someone had wished bad luck on these pigeons, and the evidence was strewn all around. Dead birds in the gutters, on sidewalks, stuck in palm trees that dotted the front of the famous news building. Traffic on Sunset had come to a crawl. Jeering faces peered out of car windows, and multiple cars had been rear-ended.

via 371 Dead Birds Fall from Sky on LA's Sunset Blvd; Similar to California, Arkansas, Louisiana Bird Drops - Associated Content from Yahoo! - associatedcontent.com.

Always just one kind of animal at a time.... very strange.


Vlamir Marx said...

Here in Brazil we´re seeing these facts happening over and over all around the world and nobody can explains what´s going on.

Xeno said...

Cloaked ships.

The invisible ships are like glass walls in the sky. Birds hit them and die. They are up there right now, flying slowly, noiselessly, shooting sensor rays down, mapping our spaces in fine detail with ground and roof penetrating mojo. They are getting ready.

Ann said...

Yes, no one has a clue. But, if we put it in the contemporary context with global warming, global pollution etc. maybe some of the pieces of the puzzle may pull together.

... "invisible ships" ... please, Xeno, you can do better than that even without being so imaginative.

Ann said...

Here's an update, of sorts:

We may not like the USDA massive birds kills and we may not know the reasons for the deaths of thousands of birds, but so what? Why bother looking for causes? A mayor in California has got a solution: Let's just fake it:

"Lancaster Mayor Wants To Broadcast Bird Songs," January 27, 2011

(AP) "... the mayor of Lancaster wants to brighten up the Mojave Desert city by broadcasting recorded bird songs.

R. Rex Parris proposed the idea ...

The Antelope Valley Press says Parris wants to play the bird chatter from loudspeakers on Lancaster Boulevard. The mayor says there’s science to show that listening to birdsong makes people happier. ..."

Why, isn't this a wonderful idea?

If this idea spreads and deaths of thousands species continues, as we're told in dozens studies ...

I can just see the future now: there'll be recordings for croaking frogs, the hooting of owls at night, the buzzing of bees during the day ... our entire environment will be fake.

... we'll truly live in a virtual, artificial world in the future, because we'll have no other world to live in.