May 17, 2003

how many freaky earthquakes

do we have to go through? does this mean the biggy is coming?

Posted by Mie at May 17, 2003 11:37 PM | TrackBack

Hopefully it means the biggie won't come honey.

They upset me though.

Posted by: gomichild at May 17, 2003 11:50 PM

I sure hope so but I always heard that there will be numerous petit tremors before the big one b/c those plates are I guess kind of gaining momentum. I just don't want to think of the disaster, but I haven't been this shaken for a while.

When it's at night, my catsand I sit up, freeze, and look at each other...their eyes are as round as round can be. They look to me to see if I'm gonna freak out. By then, I can tell that the tremor is weakening...but I hate the first few seconds when you wonder, is this it?

Dav, you sure you wanna head over here?

Posted by: Mie at May 18, 2003 05:13 PM

Yeah! in Tokyo, we have to worry about the BIG Kanto earthquake thats long overdue, the Tokkai earthquake which supposedly will cause a tremour of M5.5 in Tokyo, then there's that damn Mt. Fuji thats expected to erupt!!

Knowing my luck, if I decide to go back to London before any of these happen in Japan, London will probably experience some form of deadly terroist attack (since UK is US ally).

So no way out for me! Therefore why worry about tomorrow. Today has enough problems of its own. Afterall, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday!

Posted by: Eddie at May 19, 2003 02:24 PM

Eddie, I like your approach. I'll keep that in mind...but still, when the ground just isn't normal!!

Posted by: Mie at May 19, 2003 06:17 PM

And I thought you were from San Francisco! Isn't it worse there (tremours)?!

Now I know why you like my approach! You too have no way out!!

Hahahahahahaha! Oooops (;^_^)! Gomenne!

Posted by: Eddie at May 19, 2003 08:47 PM


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