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Paul and I were printing a letterpress job last night and an earthquake hit. All the other earthquakes I’ve slept through and/or didn’t notice. So this is my first real earthquake. I feel like I’m officially a San Franciscan.
August 3, 200611:08 am
August 3, 200611:20 am
I haven’t heard about it on the news. Was it small? Don’t you remember the earthquake is St. George?
August 3, 200611:50 am
Congrats on your first quake! Did you get under the table or in the doorway? They teach california kids “duck and cover” in school!
August 3, 200612:22 pm
Lucky!How is it that Mark and I were right up the street and didn’t feel even a tiny bit of shake?I think growing up near the train tracks may have ruined my ability to feel earthquakes?
August 3, 200612:43 pm
i didnt even feel it. thats how hardcore i am.
August 3, 200612:46 pm
Hey Pepper, We were down at the Center for the Book on 16th and De Haro. I think if it had happened while we were at home we would have thought it was just the train.
August 3, 20062:59 pm
Salem – I remember the St. George earthquake; it was the night before school pictures – very exciting!
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