The temblor was reported at 4:03 a.m. about 35 miles outside Tonopah, just east of the Sierra Nevada range.
I sure did! Woke me up. I've heard people say on TV that there's no place you can run to escape an earthquake. You can get above rising water. You can get away from a fire. You can take shelter in a strong building to escape a hurricane. But there's no place to which to escape when the ground itself moves. Now that I'm a "survivor" of an earthquake, I have no desire to experience another.Any of you feel it?
The Criminal Left Media is going to blame Trump for his victory this Fall, all the while ignoring why Joe BiteMe lost so badly. But what will be the reason? They can't try "Russian collusion" again, can they? Maybe a transcript of a phone call to a foreign leader? Maybe coerce a guilty confession out of a field grade military officer?The MSM is going on about it being Trump’s “fault."
Well, Jerry Lee Louis did say there's a whole lotta shakin' goin' on.That's a lot of shakin' and movin'...
Ya know, I had forgotten about it, but I did survive a quakie in Haight-Ashbury many years ago- slept thru the whole dang thing and no one bothered to wake me up...Well, Jerry Lee Louis did say there's a whole lotta shakin' goin' on.
I wrote in Post #4 above that I "survived" the earthquake. Yeah; I "survived" the earthquake in the same way Davie Piggpoop "survived" that high school shooting in Florida. The earthquake was centered over 150 miles away on a direct radial from my little town to Tonopah. I survived the earthquake as well as did someone in Nebraska...