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  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    I will help you rebuild.

  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    I will help you rebuild.

  • http://www.examiner.com/x-27802-Televangelism--Pop-Christianity-Examiner Bob Hunter

    Walmart will be having an earthquake sale. You can replace the chair.

  • http://www.examiner.com/x-27802-Televangelism--Pop-Christianity-Examiner Bob Hunter

    Walmart will be having an earthquake sale. You can replace the chair.

  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    In these tough times it might be more prudent to just stand it back up.

    I know that will not create any new jobs, however.

    You’re right, Bob. Toss it and buy another one.

  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    In these tough times it might be more prudent to just stand it back up.

    I know that will not create any new jobs, however.

    You’re right, Bob. Toss it and buy another one.

  • Pete

    Tape the scene off, get samples. Earthquake my foot! Looks like someone was cheating at the poker game.

  • Pete

    Tape the scene off, get samples. Earthquake my foot! Looks like someone was cheating at the poker game.

  • SKPeterson

    I predict thousands of church youth groups will descend upon north-central Virginia and restore many chairs (and tables!) to their upright positions in the next year.

  • SKPeterson

    I predict thousands of church youth groups will descend upon north-central Virginia and restore many chairs (and tables!) to their upright positions in the next year.

  • Rose

    Don’t miss the Twitter earthquake humor. A sample:
    “Obama Administration announces earthquake came from a little know geological structure, the Bush Fault. USGS to make official name ‘Bush’s Fault Earthquake’.”

  • Rose

    Don’t miss the Twitter earthquake humor. A sample:
    “Obama Administration announces earthquake came from a little know geological structure, the Bush Fault. USGS to make official name ‘Bush’s Fault Earthquake’.”

  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    Nice one, Rose!

  • http://theoldadam.wordpress.com Steve Martin

    Nice one, Rose!

  • Kirk

    @6

    Earthquake was a result of Chris Christie jumping into the presidential race

  • Kirk

    @6

    Earthquake was a result of Chris Christie jumping into the presidential race

  • WebMonk

    Here I thought the earthquake was from the debt collapsing!

  • WebMonk

    Here I thought the earthquake was from the debt collapsing!

  • Jonathan

    The left coast is bankrupt and can’t afford to produce any more earthquakes. So the right coast needs to pick up the slack.

  • Jonathan

    The left coast is bankrupt and can’t afford to produce any more earthquakes. So the right coast needs to pick up the slack.

  • DonS

    This made the rounds on FB yesterday — especially among those of us from the left coast. :-)

    Seriously, though, that was a legitimate earthquake, especially for the east coast and its thousands of old unreinforced masonry structures. Fortunately, the epicenter was in a rural area or it would have caused significant damage, as the 1987 Whittier earthquake (5.9 Richter scale) did in downtown Whittier.

  • DonS

    This made the rounds on FB yesterday — especially among those of us from the left coast. :-)

    Seriously, though, that was a legitimate earthquake, especially for the east coast and its thousands of old unreinforced masonry structures. Fortunately, the epicenter was in a rural area or it would have caused significant damage, as the 1987 Whittier earthquake (5.9 Richter scale) did in downtown Whittier.