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Offline David B

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earthhh quaakkeee
« on: 04:14:05 AM / 26-Aug-11 »
anyone on the east coast feel this earlier this week?

i was on the way to work and didnt even notice (going 55 mph at the time).. though all the phones were down on the way and i couldnt figure out wtf why.. some aftershocks apparantly have happend but i didnt feel anything..
IDK im about 30-45 min from dc and 45 min from the plant in stafford that apparantly was freaking out.

everyone over reacted but was probally a nice experience.. earthquakes never happen here. 5.9 is pretty rad. and tons of people dont have quake insurance with fucked up houses in some areas

Post Merge: [time]04:17:49 AM / 26-Aug-11 [/time]

Post Merge: 04:22:22 AM / 26-Aug-11
oh and a hurricane on caturday. this seems like a interesting week
« Last Edit: 04:22:22 AM / 26-Aug-11 by David B »

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Offline imtheguy247

Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #1 on: 12:15:29 PM / 26-Aug-11 »
Nope. Though i'm not located on the East... Im in Colorado. Little south of Colorado Springs. Seems we had a earthquake here as well as the time you guys had yours on the east coast.

Offline Leegamer

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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #2 on: 12:25:26 PM / 26-Aug-11 »
I was at work, which is pretty close to the epicenter.  Everyone started freaking and the whole building started to vibrate.  Huge racks full of pcs, printer, and other huge crap were swaying like an ocean and there's a huge light fixture 20 feet above my desk. Haha.  I haven't felt any of the aftershocks though because they've mostly been at night and I sleep like a hibernating bear.

Offline VG33ERGazelle?

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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #3 on: 04:50:38 PM / 26-Aug-11 »
I felt it, I was afraid all the five gallon buckets of paint stacked four high were going to fall over @.@

felt an aftershock a couple nights ago at like 3am...


kinda stoke for this 'cane
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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #4 on: 05:28:23 PM / 26-Aug-11 »
I felt it, I was afraid all the five gallon buckets of pain stacked four high were going to fall over

I have been known to keep a can or two of whoop-ass on hand, but never cans of pain.
I was afraid all the five gallon buckets of pain stacked four high were going to fall over

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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #5 on: 05:32:29 PM / 26-Aug-11 »
I have been known to keep a can or two of whoop-ass on hand, but never cans of pain.

I do it up big, Terminator style.
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Offline David B

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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #6 on: 04:58:18 AM / 29-Aug-11 »
hurricane sucked. it was nothing


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Re: earthhh quaakkeee
« Reply #7 on: 06:14:33 AM / 29-Aug-11 »
I felt it and im in central PA

I was sleeping cause i work nights, it was around like... 2pm i think. My bed was shaking and i thought i was crazy until i saw my lamp moving... by the time i got up it stopped.

I was 100% convinced my fucking house was haunted. Earthquake was the last thing that came to mind and i wouldnt have even thought of it if it werent for my girlfriend texting me saying she felt an earthquake lol


Deez why the flip are you so smart sometimes.

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