Friday, January 17, 2020


Flashback from a Friday in 2010

This morning several Facebook friends reminded me of this February 2010 blog post.

Apparently, a 4.0 or, bit stronger earthquake happened last night and I missed it.

People DON'T PANIC!  Little earthquakes happen all the time. Adapt!

OK back to 2010

earthquake, Okinawa, peaceful, scenery, island

We had this earthquake around 5:30 this morning, right here in my hometown.

 Well, it actually shook everybody's hometown on the whole 65-mile island.

CNN and Fox and maybe even that Hiraldo Guy like to be the first, along with NBC, ABC, that

 Fat Guy who wants to run the Republican Party, and Bill O'Reilly, Conan, David Letterman,

 Dr. Phil, Capt. Kangaroo, Al Gore, The Flying Nun and everybody else who wants to be the

 first to report the news all gets family and friends of mine upset because just like breaking



Gee, I hope I didn't leave anybody important out. If I did, sorry, it was intentional.

Here's what really happened in the Not-So-Breaking-News, from a survivor of the tragic

 aftermath. The ground shook. The house did, too. Not even 30 seconds, I think.

Everybody survived. If anyone was injured, it must have been an accident. There was one dead

 bird in my kitchen. He was still warm when I took him away from the dog eating him. I guess I

 should start closing the doors during earthquakes. Keep the damn birds from using my house

 like an earthquake shelter and stealing my Rye Bread. Bet that's why the dog killed him.

That's all the breaking news from my part of the world. Everyone's fine and I even answered

 half of the 157 emails I got today asking about the earthquake before I got this great idea: Do a

 Blog. Thanks for caring, everyone!

Live on the scene, in the aftermath of the OKINAWA EARTHQUAKE. It's over.

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