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Old 02-17-2012
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Think I'll plan more for what the west coast scientists are telling us. We've had a few FEMA drills this past year because they're expecting a large earthquake and the activity on the Pacific rim has increased this past year.

I do live and enjoy the day, and even more knowing that I've been responsible enough to have a plan "B" in the event that an earthquake does hit. I would bet that people in the Gulf have plans in the event a hurricane hits their area and people in the northeast have plans in the event that a large snow storm causes outages. People on the west coast plan for the possibility of large earthquakes, which have happened during our lifetime and proven to be events that we should plan for,
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