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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Phildelphia Just Had an Earthquake!!!

16 comments:

  1. Nothing too exciting , not like those I experienced in Greece or Central America, but Pennsylvania?
    Maybe I should not have made that crack in the previous post about Moses with an iPad.

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  2. Prolly, just a Super Flash-Looting, somewhere.

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  3. No I was watching my mirror shaking on the wall.

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  4. Update at 1:57 p.m. ET:The Associated Press reports that the Pentagon is being evacuated.

    Lol, pussies!

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  5. One more item to include in the list detailing the run of bad luck.

    Poor guy can't catch a break even when he's vacationing in The Vineyard.

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  6. No Wind Turbines, or Solar Panels have been taken offline.

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  7. Prolly, just a Super Flash-Looting, somewhere.


    :)
    heh

    When we head to Yellaston as she calls it I'm checking out the elk caused enviro damage, and I'll give a report on the caldera's rise, too.

    My engineer, who keeps track of such things, is a little worried. Bulging up quite a bit.

    Allah's will.

    b

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  8. My sister lived right on top of a fault line in Oakland, California. About seven years after they left another fault line a few miles away gave way and collapsed the double decker freeway among other things. Once the hill gave way behind from the rain and filled the swimming pool with mud, and part of the house too.

    Now she's subject to tsunamis in Santa Cruz.

    And, of course, the ever possible "Big One" that rips the whole state apart.

    b

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  9. Considering all the status updates on my face book when I got home, it must have been an earth quake and not the vodka I was drinking all afternoon.

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  10. I thought the structure of the pool was caving in and my daughter thought I was having vertigo, until the second tremor.

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  11. I felt it all the way out here in Idaho, but then I'm really sensitive.

    b

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  12. From Michael Yon's facebook page:"I heard it was "The Bush Fault" that the quake originated from."

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