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    Only thing I thought about.
    Spent a good bit of time there as a kid

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    "makes" is present tense. "made" would be troubling:

    In the present tense, the forms (as listed on the charts above) would be:

    I make, you make, he/she/it makes, we make, you make, they make
    Past progressive tense is a thing.

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    Last edited by SB; 07-08-2019 at 02:38 PM.
    watch out for snakes

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    Splat, that video is fake as shit. The heavy shaking I felt 200 miles away was closer to a minute. Not 7 seconds.



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    Your grapgh is soooooo much more fun to watch, too, DJ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJSapp View Post
    Splat, that video is fake as shit.
    Seriously. Shaking that intense that stops completely after <10 seconds is just not how earthquakes work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Your grapgh is soooooo much more fun to watch, too, DJ!
    It's less painful then the first 45 seconds of watching a teenager vapidly talk about putting makeup on. Pick your poison.
    Fat fuck bubbas are not erosion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    There was a time in the 70s when I played that LP quite a lot.
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    The KCAL news chick is super hot. Now back to the earthquake news..

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    Business as usual for most of us natives of the earthquake state. I've been through enough to know when to panic, and when to just enjoy the ride. The first quake I remember was when I was about eight. Thought it was pretty cool, but my brothers were panicked. The Symar quake was a biggie, and we were close, maybe 20ish miles from the epicenter. I thought it was kind of fun, but mostly too young and dumb to know any better. Had a good shake from the Northridge quake, that was all a matter of location. Fillmore, just up the valley got trashed, but we just had a fun shake. I got up and was watch ing out the window, but realized I should be the dutiful dad, so went and checked on my two year old daughter. She was fine. I had a few geology glasses, so knew the various phases of an earthquake (info have since forgotten,) and could get a good idea about intensity and distance away, which meant I knew some areas just got there asses kicked. Nothing but a few little ones, or distant ones since. I was swimming laps during the 7/4 quake, and wonder where all the big waves came from. Didnt even bother to get off the bed for 7/5, since I knew it was far away. Drove less then 20 miles from the epicenter 7/6, and just hoped it stay quiet while we passed. It did. Have to drive by again tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    There was a time in the 70s when I played that LP quite a lot.
    Just happened to see her the other night on the broadcast of "Capital 4th" on PBS. She looks very much older, dont we all, but very healthy and it was nice to hear her sing and perform with the cast of a broadway show that features her music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJSapp View Post
    Splat, that video is fake as shit. The heavy shaking I felt 200 miles away was closer to a minute. Not 7 seconds.



    Why is splat getting make up tutorials in his YouTube feed?
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    Burning man is next month. I bet his YouTube suggestions are AMAZING right now

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    lulz....

    Quote Originally Posted by DJSapp View Post
    It's less painful then the first 45 seconds of watching a teenager vapidly talk about putting makeup on. Pick your poison.
    You do have a point. But the lipstick smear across her face was golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post

    I make, you make, he/she/it makes, we make, you make, they make


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    LOL@ the experts advice for residents to be prepared for a BIG one.... by buying an extra case of bottled water. Some resident interviewed said they could live off their garden indefinitely so they weren't worried about food supply.
    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SumJongGuy View Post
    LOL@ the experts advice for residents to be prepared for a BIG one.... by buying an extra case of bottled water. Some resident interviewed said they could live off their garden indefinitely so they weren't worried about food supply.
    RE: a garden in CA is only as good as its water supply. When shit hits the fan, that garden will be baked to a crisp in 7 days without water, and we don't get rain from May to October. The good news is the looters will strip it to the roots within 72 hours.
    Fat fuck bubbas are not erosion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJSapp View Post
    RE: a garden in CA is only as good as its water supply. When shit hits the fan, that garden will be baked to a crisp in 7 days without water, and we don't get rain from May to October. The good news is the looters will strip it to the roots within 72 hours.
    Because all of California is exactly the same.


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    Joshua tree before and after sat image.

    https://twitter.com/djjohnso/status/...666781697?s=21

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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    Joshua tree before and after sat image.

    https://twitter.com/djjohnso/status/...666781697?s=21
    Wow, sweet.
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    I have a highly evolved sense of risk management. I do. It's been known basically my whole sentient life. My High School friends called me The Ghost because I was there, but when it came down to it, I was gone. I was already gone. I could feel the pressure coming. I seriously feel it about the Cascadia fault. I mean I can't think about it at all because I think I see it and it won't be good.

    Just throwing it out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I have a highly evolved sense of risk management. I do. It's been known basically my whole sentient life. My High School friends called me The Ghost because I was there, but when it came down to it, I was gone. I could feel the pressure coming. I seriously feel it about the Cascadia fault. I mean I can't think about it at all because I think I see it.

    Just throwing it out there.
    Gulp. Perfect. That shit keeps me up sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    Joshua tree before and after sat image.

    https://twitter.com/djjohnso/status/...666781697?s=21
    JT is a long way from Ridgecrest.. we got a confirmation on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    JT is a long way from Ridgecrest.. we got a confirmation on this?
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    Gulp. Perfect. That shit keeps me up sometimes.
    Always kinda on the back of my mind.

    Just north of King Estate Winery there is blatant evidence of a quake.

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