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Now if that had been Guinness draft . . .
Thanks, Lajuin. Glad you enjoyed it. :)
PLG. . It is fun to joke about small things. I e-mailed this to several people and all were amused. I live between 2 major faults and we are always aware of possibilities. Fortunately it wasn't a quality craft beer!
Thank you, TS7, BJ, PG, and Ank. :)
(It's fun to joke around about the harmless ones ones, but I do sympathize with those who have experienced the truly destructive ones, of course. Japan in particular.)
Japan may never completely get over that one last year. Very bad one and the tidal wave following.
What a shame, all that beer. But I'm happy that I was not near.
bj anything under a 5 is not too bad in this country. In CA we had one at 5.1 and it shook the house but nothing happened in the area. It depends, there that word again, on the building codes and how they are enforced. In the US buildings in the quake areas are built to withstand shocks and do. This was an unforeseen disaster of biblical proportions and nothing short of a miracle could have prevented this.
Never experienced an earthquake, must be scarry. Could you imagine a 4.0 one?
Yes and the little green people were handing out Moslem and LaBlatz.
Believe it or not, I think they did have aftershocks. I read in the paper about a week later they started hearing the same booming sounds that they heard during the earthquake! Crazy!
Thank goodness! The aftershocks would be enough to drive anyone to drink!
I think they're bringing the beer!
Has the National Guard been called in?
Me too, Mimi. :)
I hope they can recover from their loss.
LOL, PG, Snooker, & Julied!
still getting tremors. maybe relief is in sight
Did they get 1 trillion disaster relief?
I attended the memorial service. F.E.M.A. sent representatives and yes the Pumpkin was there to help mop up the spill.
Thanks for your help, BJ!
Hi Julied! -- I'm a couple hours north of Clintonville. I tried to post another photo like this, but it was too small to work. It was a picture of a picnic table and chairs with one chair tipped over, and it said, "Clintonville earthquake -- We will rebuild!"
this is funny. I live about 45 miles south west of Clintonville. Who would have thought!
we will send first aid soon.
Perhaps a cold beverage would help them deal with their loss.