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(WFSB Connecticut)   Earthquake reported off the coast of New Bedford, MA. Coast Guard reportedly checking for tipped deck chairs on all boats in the area   ( wfsb.com) divider line
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2014-02-12 12:31:53 AM  
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2014-02-12 12:29:37 AM  
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Alunan: 2.4? 2.4 made the news?

If you never get earthquakes, it's news.

An inch of snow in MA would not be news. In Honolulu, yes.
2014-02-12 01:16:54 AM  
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Alunan: 2.4? 2.4 made the news? Massachusetts sounds lame.

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It's been an off century...

The strongest to hit Massachusetts was a 5.9 in 1755 (weeks before the great quake/tsunami that destroyed Lisbon). This is a depiction of the earthquake:
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/since a lot of Boston is built on reclaimed land (think San Francisco's Marina District during the Loma Prieta quake), a repeat of the Cape Ann quake could be much, much worse.
//those two centered near NYC are also somewhat troublesome
2014-02-12 12:51:52 AM  
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WeenerGord: Badgers: What may cause a 2.4:

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What the FARK is that shiat

That is the sextuple espresso.  Well, nine of them.
2014-02-12 12:41:01 AM  
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Badgers: What may cause a 2.4:

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What the FARK is that shiat
2014-02-12 12:39:48 AM  
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What may cause a 2.4:

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