OT: 5.6 Earthquake in Oklahoma

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    OT: 5.6 Earthquake in Oklahoma

    So i live about 2.5 hours from where the epicenter was. At first I thught we had a very high straight line wind swarm since it was windy all day. I was in the basement and the house was rocking. I'd been through a couple when I lived in California, but this one was the strongest I've ever felt.
     
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    Funny how there is no mention of this in the liberal media.  But if the slightest tremor shakes the East Coast, you can count on 24 hour coverage blacking out everything else.
     
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    [QUOTE]So i live about 2.5 hours from where the epicenter was. At first I thught we had a very high straight line wind swarm since it was windy all day. I was in the basement and the house was rocking. I'd been through a couple when I lived in California, but this one was the strongest I've ever felt.
    Posted by kansaspatriot[/QUOTE]

    glad to know your ok, but watch out for the aftershocks!  Heh, Heh
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to OT: 5.6 Earthquake in Oklahoma : glad to know your ok, but watch out for the aftershocks!  Heh, Heh
    Posted by NEGAME2[/QUOTE]

    thanks. okla had some minor ones around 3am this morning- bit we didn't get any.
     
    I bet okla will get another one later tonight. they have been getting alot of minor ones lately, but last night was the biggest they ever recorded. It was felt all the way to KC too.
     
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    Re: OT: 5.6 Earthquake in Oklahoma

    Perhaps these earthquakes in areas that usually don't have them is a warm up for Yosemite?
     
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    [QUOTE]Perhaps these earthquakes in areas that usually don't have them is a warm up for Yosemite?
    Posted by patsfaninpa420[/QUOTE]

    uh-oh. that's a volcano though. The problem is these earthquakes are pretty close to the New Madrid fault between Arkansas and Missouri
     
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    Jesus dude... a basement is where you don't wanna be when that hits, glad you're ok.

    And I am not looking forward to when Cali gets rocked again...
     
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    Man...it's bad enough you guys get rocked by tonadoes and floods all the time, now it's earth quakes?...must be all that votin' you guys do for the republicans...yeah, that's it, God's getting even with the Fox News and Glenn Beck contingents!...A falling used up radioactive Soviet satellite is probably next.

    GO  REDZONE!!!!!!!!!
     
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    [QUOTE]Jesus dude... a basement is where you don't wanna be when that hits, glad you're ok. And I am not looking forward to when Cali gets rocked again...
    Posted by Getzo[/QUOTE]

    I know, it hit instantly. We didn't get the full brunt of it.

    Very uncommom for quakes in the Heartland. Somethings going on.
     
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    Re: OT: 5.6 Earthquake in Oklahoma

    I just moved to LA, CA a couple months back and am not looking forward to my first earthquake encounter. 
     
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