Science made me miss the earthquake

By the way, you know that substantial earthquake that just hit southern California on Tuesday? The moderately strong 5.4?

I MISSED IT! I was out diving from a small boat and couldn’t feel a thing! Oh, my bitterness knows no bounds. I SO wanted to experience a nice, not-too-big-yet-perceptible earthquake.


6 Responses to Science made me miss the earthquake

  1. eric says:

    Somehow I don’t think they figured that as one of the sacrifices of the pursuit of science…

    “…and you can count on being away whenever the earthquakes hit home.”

    “Noooooooooooo! That’s it I’m going to be a musician then.”

    At least you were diving, I haven’t managed a single dive this summer.

  2. jebyrnes says:

    Me too! I was underwater at the time, and so confused when folk kept asking me “did you feel it?”


  3. anna says:

    oh no! i’m sorry. and both of you, wow.

    i got to feel it and fulfill my own wish for, as you say, a not-too-big-yet-perceptible earthquake! way cool. so, can i leave california now?

  4. J.P. says:

    An earthquake, how gross.
    What about a sophisticated avalanche.

  5. Mohemma says:

    , dont worry, ill stop kicking the crap out of you soon, threes a reason im torturing you. And, along the lines of the famous Epicurus quote, if you argue that God merely predicts these things, rather than instigates them then why does he not intervene? If he cannot intervene, is he worthy of being God?

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