June 16th, 2005

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Hehe I finally named my two manx ladies. The black and white downunder is Tushi and the aussie fawn is Watta. Yeah I know Watta is a male but he had a round butt :P
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heh the REM song "It's the End of the World As We Know It" is in my head ;)

Moderate Quake Shakes Southern California

YUCAIPA, Calif. - A moderate earthquake shook most of Southern California Thursday, startling people and knocking items off shelves and desks, but there were no immediate reports of significant damage or injuries.

"All of a sudden it just started rocking," said John Napolitano, 45, a campus police officer at Crafton Hills College. "I just sat there and rode it out."

The early afternoon quake had a magnitude of 4.9 and was centered near Yucaipa in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. About 25 aftershocks followed in a little over an hour, the strongest estimated at magnitude 3.5.

Residents reported shaking from Los Angeles to San Diego and in counties to the east. Rock slides were reported on Highway 38 in the San Bernardino Mountains.

"I heard a loud rumbling sound, kind of like thunder," said Nick Brandes, 25, manager of a store in Yucaipa. "At the front, all the customers were in a panic. They were all just in a hurry to get out."

Andrea Cabrera, an employee at the Walgreens drug store in Yucaipa, said the store "just had a few items falling, that's all." Customers "were just stunned, and they just stood there," she said.

The Los Angeles Fire Department received no immediate reports of major damage, spokesman Brian Humphrey said. None of Southern California Edison's 4.6 million customers lost power.

It was the third significant quake to hit California this week: A magnitude-5.2 quake shook Riverside County on Sunday, and a magnitude-7.0 quake struck Tuesday under the ocean 90 miles off Northern California.

Thursday's quake occurred near the San Andreas Fault but not on it, said Lucy Jones, scientist in charge of the U.S. Geological Survey office in Pasadena. She said the quake was not a direct aftershock from Sunday's temblor.

"This is not an unusual level of earthquake activity," Jones said of the state's recent quakes.

Channon Kelly, 31, was eating her lunch in downtown Los Angeles when Thursday's quake hit.

"I almost jumped out of my seat," Kelly said. "I'm starting to get freaked out. We've had so many in the last week, the one Sunday and then in Northern California. I could hear the windows rattling and feel it all at the same time."


We get earthquakes all the time but it's rare for us to get so many so close together that we can feel. I wouldn't be surprised if another one happened in the next week. I love geology :D
By the way, this earthquake was about 2 1\2 from me by car
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I'm thinking up names for my keeper babies. Since I'm keeping at least one boy and girl I might name them Chris and Clair. Official names will be SKR Chris Redfield and SKR Claire Redfield. Or maybe SKR Alexia Ashford and SKR Alfred Ashford...
Not sure yet.
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I never said that I didn't have a vet I was clearly just asking if anybody wanted some when they were born. I actually am all good for vets as in I can afford it. And I do know how it's like to have my heart ripped out by an animal dieing because recently about 2 weeks ago my 14 year old cat was put to sleep for kidney failure. Do you know how it's like to have an animal so close to you die slowly in your arms? probably not so don't worry about my own affairs thank you
Somebody replied to me with that. THat post has been deleted so I shall answer it here. Yes I DO know what it's like to lose a beloved animal in my arms. I lost my rattie Hamlet in my arms. She was my best friend and I loved her to bits. I will probably have Scrooge in my arms when he goes. I still don't think you should breed.
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