|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|I thought my cat was having a seizure under the sofa, the floor shook so bad, so scared was i afterwards and all alone here.|
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|Distance, depth and magnitude. No big deal unless you're standing underneath a block wall. It was cool you gotta admit. Free "E" ticket. We had a 4.3 just 2 miles from the house last week. Attention getter but again, distance, depth, magnitude. Thankfully no damage. cuz p|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|It isn't my fault I'm a fault finder. Glad you found it.
|Reviewed by Janna Hill
|Good to see you found the humor in the quake, better you shared it with us. Thanks
|Reviewed by Lowell Bergeron
|I hope it scared the hell out of our Congress.
|Reviewed by John Bidwell
|This was my first- neighbor.
It was way cool- but I also know we dodged a bullet.
Scary to think about it much.
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Nicely told, Ed.|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|I experienced my first one in a bar out on the west coast when I was 25. I thought it was the End of the World, and the locals said: “That was just a baby earthquake, Dude!” But an east coast earthquake is extremely rare. Perhaps those ancient Mayans were right, after all. If you start having more, you better get ready for New Jersey to shake, rattle, and roll, and crumble right into the sea on 12-21-12.
And Hunker Down, Hurricane Irene is now headin your way. (Watch for many more of those until 12-21-12, as well.)
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|I lived through many, many in California
during 23 years...but now in Memphis, I
feel more danger from the San Andreas!
Shook up a bit, I'm sure...but thankful
that you are alright!!
|Reviewed by Tom Hyland
|YEAH, WELL MY 1ST ALSO - 71 YEARS MINUS 2 DAYS!
NO DAMAGE TO TRAILER - 1 GLASS SQUIRREL VIBRATED OFF TOP SHELF
TO FLOOR DIDN'T BREAK THO! SOME SCARY SHIT, HUH?
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Happy to read you're OK... I've been through too many in my life, not ready for another one.
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|We had a 7.3 April, 2010, 19 miles southeast of Mexicali, about 40-50 miles away from us ... very freaky dude! I watched as my laptop started to dance right off the table. thankfully it was a deep earthquake (about 20 miles down they said) so the seismic waves weren't as devastating. Peace ... richard|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Glad you are okay and survived a shaking and a quaking time.
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
I felt it here in Va. also. My first earthquake too and one I won't ever forget. It wasn't bad, just unnerving.
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Glad you're all right, Ed. Thankfully it wasn't a big one, or at least not centred near a big city.
|Reviewed by j w (Reader)
|Felt it all the way down here in Belton, SC...friends from NC to Ga and SC are all talking about it...but it's not the first we have felt down here...have felt quite a few but all were really mild like todays...|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Yeah, they are scary, because you really don't know what to do. I've been in two of the when I lived in :A. Happy you aren't hurt, guy.|