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    It was an itsy bitsy teeny weeny

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    Tiny little earthquake but I felt it I was laying on the couch and heard my sliding glass door rattle. Checked the quake site after I noted the time and it was Totally tiny, barely felt it. Had it not of rattled my door I wouldnt of even noticed it
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    I never feel them
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    Quote Originally Posted by SWOsgirlSanDiego View Post
    I never feel them
    Chances are, you will eventually!

    Hey, btw, where abouts do you live? Maybe 1 day you can come out for coffee
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    does this happen often? i'm leaving tornadoes for earthquakes
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    Quote Originally Posted by suzieQ View Post
    does this happen often? i'm leaving tornadoes for earthquakes
    Earthquakes can happen anywhere. Just more common along the pacific rim which is where most activitiy is (CA, Oregon, WA, Japan, etc)

    I would MUCH rather be in an earthquake then a tornado tho. I have been in many earthquakes. Largest being a 7.6 and all is well. Just learn what to do in the case of. Like the one I just felt was a 3 which is nothing. It didnt shake anything but my sliding door for 2 seconds. tornados we'd have warnings, wondering whats going on, looking around etc. Same with hurricanes and the like. Earthquakes just hit. No time to be scared. So they dont really bother me as much
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    OMG I have been sitting on the couch like a bum for the last 2 hrs and didn't notice anything?! Does it say where the epicenter was? Its magnitude? Man, I can't be THAT out of it to not notice an earthquake
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    It was a mere 3 out in Borrego Springs area. It was seriously tiny. The ONLY reason I noticed it was my sliding door vibrated and no planes or helos were going over at the time ( I live on miramar)
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    ive felt two...really small ones this one time i was at my computer and felt my chair barely move and saw the water in the fish tank sway..i was like..well that was quick
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    You get used to them after living your entire life in Cali I think the scariest part is not knowing how long it will last, or if it will get worse. I'm kinda happy I moved though, I don't have to deal with them anymore!

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