Thursday, June 19, 2008

Seriously, do we need shows like this???

It Could Happen Tomorrow

another promo

I just happened to tune into yesterday's episode of "Seattle Earthquake" and after watching that I pretty much made up my mind that I'm staying put. And yes, I KNOW there are a gazillion more earthquakes in California but I didn't know that the entire city of Seattle is built on a major fault line that is not very deep into the earth's surface. The effects of an earthquake there are more devastating than those here due to the soft ground.

Here's a clip from The Discovery Channel about the inevitable quake that is to come.

Mark my words...I'm not moving.


Mindy said...

I don't even live in California, but I want you to stay there too.

ChiTown Girl said...

Once again, let me reiterate....NO earthquakes in chicago!!!! How are you feeling today, my sweet friend?

moooooog35 said...


Great great great.

Going to see the Red Sox in Seattle in about four weeks.

Can we get the Discovery Channel to hold off the quake until I'm back in Boston?

Thanks in advance.

Lizy said...

No earthquakes in Holland either.. o and no sun..

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Atlanta is earthquake-free, hurricane-free AND we're close to the Blue Ridge mountains and less than a half day drive to Charleston and Savannah.

And don't watch Doomsday TV. That stuff is such crap.

Smileygirl said...

As much as I hate the cold weather, if I had to pick between Seattle and Chicago, I think I'd go with the Windy City. Though it's been raining there about as much as Seattle, so I'm really not too sure. I should just pack up and move to a Rain Forest and call it a day!

suz said...

Oh my gosh. Don't watch these shows. They are frightening. You will have worse dreams than molesting little actor boys.
I suppose we will all have to move to Montana to be safe?