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    I hope all those in the Midwest are alright. We are use to the earthquakes here in Los Angeles, but it is relatively unusual for you guys.

    I think we are actually due for one here soon

    Joey
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    Re: Midwest Earthquake

    I slept right through it. Never felt a thing. Supposedly, we were able to feel a slight tremor here.
    Last edited by BadgerDave; 04-18-2008, 11:09 AM.
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    • #3
      Re: Midwest Earthquake

      Didn't even feel this one. I've been through two previously here that I've felt, so this must have been pretty minor. Probably rumbled less than my wife's snoring, so I didn't even notice...
      Steve
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      • #4
        Re: Midwest Earthquake

        Originally posted by smorris View Post
        Didn't even feel this one. I've been through two previously here that I've felt, so this must have been pretty minor. Probably rumbled less than my wife's snoring, so I didn't even notice...
        Can't wait to meet her

        My sister-in-law's family are all in Milwaukee. Not only didn't they feel it, but they never even heard about it on the news
        I love my plumber

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        • #5
          Re: Midwest Earthquake

          Originally posted by MrsSeatDown View Post
          Can't wait to meet her
          Y'all are staying at a hotel only about 10 miles away. You'll be able to hear her from there!
          Steve
          www.MorrisGarage.com

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            Re: Midwest Earthquake

            Originally posted by smorris View Post
            Y'all are staying at a hotel only about 10 miles away. You'll be able to hear her from there!
            Not over Rick. My brother thought his contractor messed up on his sound proof room because Rick went inside and fell asleep and everyone could still hear him snoring! Turned out the door was slightly cracked open
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            • #7
              Re: Midwest Earthquake

              Shook us up pretty good this morning. Supposed to be the strongest recorded for this area at 5.4. We are about 150 miles from the center and it shook pretty hard. had some minor damage to a couple buildings downtown. Last one I remeber was in the late 60s.
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              • #8
                Re: Midwest Earthquake

                Originally posted by papadan View Post
                Shook us up pretty good this morning. Supposed to be the strongest recorded for this area at 5.4. We are about 150 miles from the center and it shook pretty hard. had some minor damage to a couple buildings downtown. Last one I remeber was in the late 60s.
                Wow! That is amazing you felt it in Kentucky that strong. I just spoke to someone else in Chicago and they didn't feel it either.
                I love my plumber

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                • #9
                  Re: Midwest Earthquake

                  5.4........I don't even pay attention to anything under a 7.......thats California living for ya
                  The Other Rick

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