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Friday, July 16, 2010

The Graphic Devastation of EARTHQUAKE 2010 (tm): THE DAY THE EARTH SHOOK (mildly)

earthquake.jpgSure, the "lamestream" media would have you believe there was no damage from the massive KILLER EARTHQUAKE that struck the D.C. area early this morning. But at great personal risk, an intrepid Restonian informant managed to snap this fancy cellular phone photo of emergency personnel RACING THE CLOCK to clear a tree that fell -- most likely due to mild surprise -- onto Wiehle Avenue near Lake Anne, blocking traffic and annoying the hell out of cut-through commuters from Loudoun County.

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There are no words.

Justin Bieber has tentatively been booked for the fundraising telethon.

8 comments:

  1. I felt it at around 5am this morning, the whole house shook...I was asleep in bed with my husband and the vibration woke me. I nudged my husband and said "honey did you just feel that, I think it was an earthquake" and he mumbled "no, it was a plane flying up above". I then fell back to sleep and didn't remember it until a man from LA asked me about it in the elevator and the memory came back!

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  2. I too felt the rumble this morning but attributed it to too many baked beans last night.

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  3. Did the Earth move for you too?

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  4. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilence AND EARTHQUAKES in various places.

    Come soon Savior!

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  5. "to clear a tree that fell -- most likely due to mild surprise"

    THATS PRETTY FUNNY!

    m

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  6. Peasant From Less Sought After South RestonJuly 16, 2010 at 10:31 PM

    Maybe the tree that feel was a quaking aspen?

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  7. The fifth horsemanJuly 17, 2010 at 8:33 PM

    Wow Rod Koozman, an end-of-days fruit cake! Whodathunkit?

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  8. My sister got me one of those end-of-days fruit cakes for Christmas. Aren't they sold on-line by a bunch of monks living in a monastery? I wonder whether that cloister has an HoA as well.

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