Um...what the heck?
So birds are dropping dead - midflight - from the sky in Arkansas. The reports state that there have been thousands of them. I know it's Arkansas and all, but I've visited the state and there's some really pretty country down there.
Early reports state that the birds died from blood clots due to a blunt trauma. Suggestions of heart attacks due to being struck by lightning, or "something like that." I know there were bad storms in Arkansas on New Year's Eve, but I'm not buying that. I don't have a viable solution, but I'm not buying lightning strikes so intense that the vacuum created was enough to kill thousands of birds at the exact same time the exact same way in the exact same place. I mean, I might by it, because I really don't know all that much about light waves and the energy created by a lightning strike and a scientist did say it.
But then it happened again in Louisiana like 3 days later!
In this instance, people walking down the street were getting hit in the head by the birds. The birds are dead or dying when they hit the ground...I'm not gonna lie, I'm kinda freaked out.
Oh wait...maybe things will be okay. Mike Seaver says they will, anyway.