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How do you know that, sir? Do you live in the earth's crust?
Your warning level: 
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bumclouds wrote:How do you know that, sir? Do you live in the earth's crust?
BP is AKA the Mayan's Representative in Taiwan - Beware ! (and do note December 21 in your agenda on your way down)
I’m a dog shaped ashtray
I’m a shrugging moustache wearing a speedo tuxedo
I’m a movie with no plot, written in the back seat of a piss powered taxi
I’m an imperial armpit, sweating Chianti
I’m a toilet with no seat, flushing tradition down
I'm socialist lingerie
I'm diplomatic techno
I'm gay pastry and racist cappuccino
I’m an army on holiday in a guillotine museum
I’m a painting made of hair, on a nudist beach, eating McDonald's
I’m a novel far too long
I’m a sentimental song
I’m a yellow tooth waltzing with wrap around shades on
Who am I?
I am Europe
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bumclouds wrote:Everyone in my office went "whoa" .. and I didn't even notice. 2F.
I was the same. In a room with a bunch of people, they all noticed it but I didn't.
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At least the one that just happened was pretty mild compared to earlier today, mostly just made me feel dizzy.
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Felt that here in Taipei City too.
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me too, felt the 4.9 this afternoon and the 4.4 recently. Let's hope that's it for now...
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Is it me or is it unusual to have the epicenter in Taoyuan? Worse: the previous ones were in Hualian area, now, the movement activated another fault in Taoyuan... Not so nice.
Lo urgente no deja tiempo para lo importante. Mafalda.
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Icon wrote:Is it me or is it unusual to have the epicenter in Taoyuan? Worse: the previous ones were in Hualian area, now, the movement activated another fault in Taoyuan... Not so nice.
Epicenter is in Hsinchu County up near Smangus Village. Taoyuan is the nearest seat of government. 4 quakes so far and we're starting to get nervous here
. I guess Mother Earth is doing some flexing up there in the mountains.
I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific.
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