San Andreas Earthquake imminent



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I wonder could the Clinton campaign find a way to blame it on Trump?
They wouldn't have to. The cretin would probably claim reaponsibility for it.

"It was a tremendous quake. I did it. I do the biggest seismic events. It's true...let's make California great again...."
 

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They wouldn't have to. The cretin would probably claim reaponsibility for it.

"It was a tremendous quake. I did it. I do the biggest seismic events. It's true...let's make California great again...."
Think of the money that could be made in new real estate deals etc.
 

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Another opportunity for Hillary to blame the Russians.
 

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They wouldn't have to. The cretin would probably claim reaponsibility for it.

"It was a tremendous quake. I did it. I do the biggest seismic events. It's true...let's make California great again...."
Trump construction will rebuild California bigger and better than it ever was. Bigger. Bigger. BIGGER.
 

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Theresa certain obsessiveness about some around here.
 

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trump construction will rebuild california bigger and better than it ever was. Bigger. bigger. bigger.
huuuuuuuggggggee!!! I am telling you it will be tremendous
 

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The USGS seismologist estimates there's a 5 percent chance that a larger earthquake will occur and explained that the swarm of earthquakes means that the probability doesn't diminish quite as quickly. "That doesn't necessarily mean it will be the Big One," he said.
He put the probability of a large earthquake happening of 7.0-magnitude or above to be "far less than one percent." The last major earthquake along the southern part of the San Andreas Fault was a 1857 quake estimated to be 7.8-magnitude.
Don't worry too much.
 


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