Jul. 29th, 2008
If this building's a rockin...  
meh...I've had worse shakes from lack of alcohol.

Chino Hills 5.8

AGAIN! AGAIN! AGAIN!


/cue nonstop news footage of knocked over ketchup bottle




 
 
 
Mood: shaken, not stirred
 
 
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Zenk you very much, American bitch.absolutpequeno on July 29th, 2008 - 07:24 pm
So interesting you say that 'cause I'm in building management and I told my tenants I couldn't stop them from leaving if they felt they were in any danger. It was unnecessary to do so, since our building wasn't crumbling down, or on fire.

I just love how one of the Consulates in our building called to request that we give them a little warning next time: "Duck and cover, bitches, we're having an earthquake!"

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(no subject) - (Anonymous) on July 29th, 2008 - 07:31 pm
Zenk you very much, American bitch.absolutpequeno on July 29th, 2008 - 07:59 pm
LOL... f'reals!
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Nicklakeguy on July 30th, 2008 - 03:43 pm
a warning ? lol
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dirigibles: california republicdirigibles on July 29th, 2008 - 07:36 pm
Well, had it been a foreshock to a larger quake, windows could have popped out of the building, severely injuring or killing those outside. (We're in a 10-story building, but we're right next to a 30-story building). There were many injuries (and some deaths, I believe) in the '89 quake in SF attributed to falling glass.

If the building was built in the last 12 years or so,(like ours was) you're way safer staying inside unless there's evidence of damage, or other immediate danger. Even in older buildings, if you're in or around high-rises, you're better off staying inside.

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