mak1457 Posted September 3, 2016 Share Posted September 3, 2016 No, I don't live in SouthCal. I live in Kansas. But at 7:02 local time, a lot of us got shaken awake by a nice "little" tremor. I was driving to work so I didn't feel anything but that's all my customers talked about the first three hours this morning. One person told me she was too scared to sleep any more so she came in. I guess the quake registered at 5.2. The epicenter's about 80 miles south of us in Oklahoma but it was felt all the way from Texas to Illinois. The way people were talking, I was amazed I didn't feel anything. I suppose all you from California would probably think a 5.2 earthquake is small stuff. On a more serious note, I wish they'd stop doing whatever is causing this to happen. If I wanted to live in earthquake country, I'd move to California. Hammond XK1-c, Hammond XPK-100, Yamaha FC-7, Spacestation V3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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