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Old 02-18-2010, 08:46 PM   #21
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Old 02-19-2010, 05:37 PM   #22
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P.S. Buy some desert before its gone!!!!!!!!!
lol, i want to have a peice of a reef. It would be like having a harvesting range for your personal reef aquarium. lol.
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Old 02-20-2010, 12:12 PM   #23
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Earthquakes in California are figment of Hollywood's imagination. I'd be more concerned about living in tornado alley or hurricane prone areas. Besides, I have not felt an earthquake for days!
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Coming from Florida (hurricane prone) and having moved to Colorado (tornado alley) I can personally say I prefer hurricanes to tornadoes. At least with hurricanes you get a week warning. It turns from tropical depression to tropical storm and then goes from there. With tornadoes all you get is sirens. You might get lucky and hear on a news cast that there are storm cells that could produce tornadoes.

Also with hurricanes, you can plan a hurricane party. Back in the day when Hurricane David hit Daytona Beach, my dad had one **** of a party.
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And with tornadoes, the winds are faster and more concentrated.
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But eathquakes generally give you less warning than a tornado and are more difficult to get away from.
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yeah but I don't want to be in any natural/man made disaster lol
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yeah but I don't want to be in any natural/man made disaster lol
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you can't do anything about strong earthquakes, for lighter earthquakes, keep it in a place where it doesn't move or shake much.
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