It's top news on google news right now. Though 6.1 is big, remember that each time you go up one integer on the magnitude scale it is 10 times larger, which means 6.9 was still a heck of a lot bigger. "as measured with a seismometer, an earthq
Preliminary shows not much bodily harm anywhere luckily. When the one happened in '89 most of the deaths were from when one freeway fell on the other. BTW, at least with hurricanes and tornados you know they're coming.
A teacher asks the kids in her 3rd grade class, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Little Kevin says: "I wanna start out as a Marine pilot, then be a billionaire, go to the most expensive clubs, find me the finest whore, give
I'm fine, thanks, Dave. I live on a main road that is a trucking route, so the house shakes quite frequently. My first reaction was what are they doing out at 3:20 in the morning? When a picture fell of the wall, I realized it was an earthquake. Stra
To be honest, I'm not a big wine fan. Vineyards have replaced orchards everywhere I look. Every hilltop, vineyards. I would rather they grow food, not grapes. Having said thatů Expect your wine prices to skyrocket.
Petaluma, here. About 15 miles from Santa Rosa. It was quite a ride. Lasted about 30 seconds. 6.1 IS huge. The big one that devastated parts of San Francisco in '89 was 6.9. I don't have cable, so I can't get the news, but someone told me that downto
An earthquake of 6.1 occurred at about 3:30 this morning just south of Napa CA. I called my brother in nearby Santa Rosa to see how they were doing. He didn't know anything about it. He turned on his TV to check. My sis in law checked her iPhone to
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