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(KFOR Oklahoma City)   ♫ OOOOk-lahoma, where the earthquakes are really very tame ♫   (kfor.com) divider line 21
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2014-03-22 09:50:57 AM  
Much like the headline of this is quite the lame.
 
2014-03-22 09:52:43 AM  
And the basketball teams bow out in the first round
 
2014-03-22 10:21:10 AM  
Frack!
 
2014-03-22 10:22:33 AM  
Coincidental proximity to fracking?
 
2014-03-22 10:22:50 AM  
All things in moderation.
 
2014-03-22 10:26:37 AM  
Frackquakes
 
2014-03-22 10:28:07 AM  
Oook?
2.bp.blogspot.com
/ook
 
2014-03-22 10:29:23 AM  
Ook.
 
2014-03-22 10:36:43 AM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-22 10:49:20 AM  
Coyle?
static.tvtropes.org
/must have been a P-wave
//No Springs!
 
2014-03-22 11:13:51 AM  

JoieD'Zen: Coincidental proximity to fracking?


Yeah, that's it. It has to be fracking. It couldn't possible have anything to do with the dozens of fault lines running through Oklahoma.
 
2014-03-22 11:29:33 AM  
New Jersey had an earthquake some years ago. That is all.
 
2014-03-22 12:10:18 PM  
Bedrock, CO had an earthquake 2011.

media-cdn.tripadvisor.com

Really. That's all there is.
 
2014-03-22 12:25:54 PM  
Meter doesn't seem like it should be all that tough to get a handle on but Fark headlines have me thinking that maybe it's a rare skill.
 
2014-03-22 12:51:01 PM  

red5ish: Ook.


Ok. I give.
I don't get the reference.

Of course I know you are talking about The Librarian.
I just can't figure which story.


/Terry is a genius
 
2014-03-22 12:54:02 PM  
They're usually popping up from mid to east half of the state, but a couple of years ago, we had one that was felt where I live.  Having spent my early years in Oakland, California, I knew a weak rumbler when I felt one, but everyone else in the neighborhood spazzed out.  It was kind of fun actually.  But now, I hear of people upgrading their insurance to include 'quakes along the standard tornado and flood coverage.
 
2014-03-22 01:11:55 PM  

acad1228: JoieD'Zen: Coincidental proximity to fracking?

Yeah, that's it. It has to be fracking. It couldn't possible have anything to do with the dozens of fault lines running through Oklahoma.


They typically have about 40 small quakes a week. That's more than Yellowstone. That just seems off for small mid-continental faults.
 
2014-03-22 01:39:07 PM  

wichitaleaf: Frack!


JoieD'Zen: Coincidental proximity to fracking?


Considering the dramatic increase in quakes we've had since they started fracking (even though, yes, a small and minor fault line does run right through Oklahoma City)?

Correlation may not necessarily equal causation, but in some cases, if it walks like Big Oil and talks like Big Oil, it's probably not a tree hugger.
 
2014-03-22 06:01:30 PM  
Came for Jon Lovitz being hoisted up by his tighty-whities.

Leaving dissapointed.
 
2014-03-22 06:02:53 PM  
Damn it.

"disappointed."
 
2014-03-23 07:04:06 AM  
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BAH GAWD, KING, IT WAS A SLOBBERKNOCKER!  SOMETHIN' WAS BEATIN' ON OUR GREAT STATE LIKE A GOVERNMENT MULE!  BAH GAWD, WE ALL GOT FAMILIES!
 
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