Having never been in an earthquake before (northeast), I thought it was a worker on the roof of my apartment complex - maybe a heavy-set guy. However, the shaking persisted for about 20 seconds and everything was slightly rocking. I didn't know what it was, but thought nothing of it and went about my day. When I got to work that afternoon, two people were talking about it. I thought one person was pranking the other about something random. After connecting the dots...definitely the earthquake.
Hurricane Irene looks a lot more scary that the earthquake.
The Artful Dodger wrote:It's just appropriate that after that quake, you guys on the East Coast could get hit by this...
...or this, if you like:
If the east coast got hit by a tugboat I would deem that as newsworthy.
I hope we'll all be ok when Irene comes through. That being said, I'm getting married next sunday in Pennsylvania, not this sunday so I'm mildly glad to get all the wet weather out from now until then.
Forget the man crush. I drop what I'm doing to watch Zack Greinke pitch.
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