Beverly Hills checking in. Nothing felt on the tennis court. Peaceful, lovely bliss, as usual.
North of Sunset, Beverly Hills, CA Centre of the Universe.
Hey, R13. Hamilton Park here. I''m still nauseated.
5.9 on the Richter Scale
I just hope Anderson Cooper''s firehouse facade is OK!
God is giving us a wake up call!
I thought my margaritas were kicking in. Damn!
The shock went all the way through New Mexico! This is scary shit!
Aftershocks always mean a big one!
Actually no, this one has the oldest timestamp.
We felt a slight tremor on Nantucket.
[quote]The building I''m in just started shaking.\
And your first thought was \
"Help me, Datalounge!!"
"Actually no, this one has the oldest timestamp."\
Yes, indeed, but it was soon overshadowed. And, no, R29, I knew it felt like an earthquake from past experience, so I wanted confirmation. I knew DL often responds quickly (insatiable bottom ans so on). I knew it wasn''t a big deal, so I posted on DL for confirm that it wasn''t just my building. CNN quickly confirmed it therdafter.
[quote]All right, so for some of these people, 9/11 is still fresh in their minds, and when the earthquake hit, some of them thought it could be another attack. But over at Ground Zero, the muscled, dust-covered construction workers seemed to be holding up just fine.\
[quote]"I''m embarrassed to admit this," said an electrician named Pat, who had been in a fourth-floor bathroom. "But I didn''t know it was an earthquake. I thought the toilet bowl was coming loose."\
The LA Times reports on New Yorkers reaction to a rare earthquake