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Earthquake on the east coast

  • that sir is a very good theory. I work midnights so I tend to sleep off and on if not most of the day which in my case I unfortunately did not feel any ground shaking tremors. I did wake up to a few missed text messages stating that there was a earthquake and the persons who text’d me was able to feel the earth moving. I live in Western Pennsylvania and like what I said the quake was felt in my neck of the woods.

    ……….The extremely humble owner of “THE ROOKIE” #2487/3000…..NOCTURNAL (Rewrite) Byron Metz (as “Baldwin Metz,” medical examiner for San Francisco police)

    Edit: I just realized I accidentally typed Eastern instead of Western, sorry

    My uncle was 8 miles from the epicenter…said it wasn’t that bad more rumbling noise then actual ground shaking.

    It’s the fault of a butler who goes by the name of Jamingus. He dropped a stack of THE ALL-PRO. He couldn’t handle the girth.

    Dear FDO I realize that sometimes accidents happen but please don’t drop anymore copies of “The All-Pro”. The book is sooo huge that it created a 5.9 earthquake in VA. I apologize if it wasn’t you but someone made an oopsie and it has shut down many of the major airports here on the east coast.

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