Thursday, June 16, 2005


If the house is a rockin', well, that's to be expected . . .

Just had my first earthquake experience living here in SoCal.

A 4.9er just hit the Inland Empire, and for a few seconds my office building - on Wilshire between Fairfax and La Brea - shook. No doubt, in hours, some tool from Cal Tech or some other scientific think tank will be shooting off an opinion that this is an aftershock of the quake off the coast near Crescent City a few days back, or the tsunami in Thailand, or the sinking of the Titanic, or the movie career of Lorenzo Lamas.

Whatever. It ain't so bad. Frankly, I'm glad to have it done with. You move to LA and you expect a quake, mudslide or riot within your first 90 days. Ten months later, I've seen a couple of mudslides on TV and now had a quake.

Can't wait for a riot . . .

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