Wuuuuut? Where do you live?
I had one too =O
I live in California, AE (sorry but I don't want to get more specific than that :/ )@Coya: WOAH! Really? This is waaay too weird...
This is getting creepier and creepier by the minute. 0_0
And no worries, Spy. Don't want an exact city or anything, but a general, east coast/west coast/middle of the country type answer.I'm up in Washington State, and I'm half expecting to feel one any minute. 0_o
Yeah, I'm kind of near the middle-ish. Earthquakes are very common here, so it's not that big of a deal... it's just that I know that Vid and Paco had one too.Apparently, after reading about it, Maryland (Vid) just had a big earthquake and Paco felt it, because it radiated all over the east coast. *scratches head*
I just find it creepy that in the past few days, there have been earthquakes almost everywhere.You have Japan and Indonesia on the 22nd or 23rd, Colorado on Monday night, East coast yesterday, and California last night.I can understand about Indonesia, Japan, and California since they are on the Pacific Ring of Fire.Oh that reminds me, there was a 7.0 quake in Peru...I think that was today. It's just creepy how these things are popping up just one right after the other. Apparently there are small quakes here all the time, but I've never felt them. They originate at Mount Rainier, which about 45 miles away, and they tend to be small, so I'm not likely to feel anything unless a bigger magnitude occurs. I've been through one quake, and it wasn't TOO big, but enough to startle me, and I think I was about your age. It freaked me out.