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California Anyone feel that?

Discussion in 'United States Regional Forum' started by Gelcoater, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. Gelcoater

    Gelcoater Expert ThreadCrapper $ Premium Subscriber $ Hot Topics Subscriber

    This morning?About 1:30ish am?
    I thought I felt something,figured it was Daisy getting off the bed because she jumped off.....and the whole house grumbled a little.Kid came running in freakin.:eek:
    Then fluffed up the pillow and went back to sleep:)


    A 4.4 last I heard over in Fontana.
     
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  2. roadlizard

    roadlizard Member

    A few months back, my sis was complaining about Harley, her Boxer, acting goofy one morning. He was uncharacteristically nervous and anxious and even threw up, but after about 15 minutes he was fine. I asked her what time this happened and she said around 7:30. There'd been a 3.2 quake at around that time over in the central part of the county. We never felt it, but I think he might've.
     
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  3. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    Oh, what fun! LOL Not really. :bag:
     
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  4. FredC

    FredC Guest

    I have actually experienced an earthquake in my own living room right here in the middle of Michigan.. It was odd because I never felt a thing but all sorts of odds and ends were subtly shaking, jiggling and just moving around all on their own.. It was all very odd.. But was was most interesting to me at least was that I somehow knew exactly what was happening even thou I've never experienced anything like that before or since..
     
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  5. gettinggreyer

    gettinggreyer Hot Topics Subscriber

    I had just heard about quakes in the Midwest.................They call them frost quakes.
    Last year we had a 1/2 inch wide crack going across our dirt driveway, the cause.....frost quakes!
     
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  6. Gelcoater

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    The oddest one I felt was a couple of years ago.It was about 6ish pm and I was sitting on the toilet:oops:
    It started to feel like I was slipping off the side of the pot,I thought to myself "damn dude,how much have you had to drink?" Then it hit me I hadn't had anything to drink then noticed the lamp swinging a little.It also explained who's loud ass diesel truck was making noise :D
     
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  7. gettinggreyer

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    :spit:
    :lmao:
     
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  8. Gelcoater

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    Just had a jolt and good roller!
     
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  10. scottr3

    scottr3 Member

    There have been a couple of earthquakes nearby in South Carolina so, out of curiosity, I downloaded the Quake Feed app for my iphone. I had no idea how often eathquakes happen! The app alerts me to quotes greater than 6.5. That's almost a weekly occurrence globally speaking.
     
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  11. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    I heard about that, Gel!

    You can keep your earthquakes and I'll keep my tornadoes, deal? ;)
     
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  12. Marinegeekswife

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  13. Gelcoater

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    To each their own.:)
    When it was done I didn't have to go fetch my truck from a corn field a quarter mile away;)It wasn't upside down with a stop sign through the cab either:)
     
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  14. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    Ohhhh, but it could be! When we both get the big one, we'll both be searching the trees for our trucks! ;)
     
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  15. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    Well, yours might be in a sink hole while mine is in a tree. ;)
     
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  16. Gelcoater

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    Where's the California members?

    RobbyDobie ?

    Feel it?
     
  17. Gelcoater

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    Another little jolt
     
  18. Rach

    Rach Hot Topics Subscriber

    I've changed my mind Gelcoater .. I don't want to move next to you and eat oranges year round... I'm with MyBuddy I'll keep the tornado's
     
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  19. Gelcoater

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    Lol,you mid west folks crack me up.
    For what it's worth,my grandmother (born in 1928) born and raised in Oklahoma thinks tornados are WAY more scary than a quake. But,to each their own.
    It was a 5.1 last night,we barely felt it up on our hill.
    The one I posted about at 2:56 today I didn't even feel! Was a 4 something.I only knew about it from chatter on another site.
    Guess I'll just eat all these oranges by myself:D
     
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  20. Rach

    Rach Hot Topics Subscriber

    :D We don't seem to have the tornado's that we once were accustom to.. they seem to be moving south... we did feel our first tremor last year as they are becoming more prevalent around here.... many are speculating from the fracking.. I'm hearing on the news more frequently of minor earthquakes occurring in Oklahoma all the time
     
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