Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MilkyDischarge, Sep 16, 2015.
shit sounds fucked up. Potential tsunamis now, may hit Hawaii in 1 hour.
...wow those poor people.
Thanks I got a buddy in Hawaii and I just texted him the FYI.
Cthulhu is risen.
they had a good run
7.9 is a monster. Hope that initial number is high.
Buoys are rocking. Cheesus.
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chile is such an odd country geographically.
Oh man, those tsunamis are some scary shits. That footage is crazy. Really shows ya how little and weak we can be, as humans. Earth starts shaking, Wall of water coming, FUCKED. Can't do a damn thing but scurry to hi ground, at that point we are no different than squirrels. Except they can climb a hell of a lot better.
Came across these maps the other day. Pretty cool.
More maps here....
great map, ya very odd that country and part of the pacific ring of fire
Yeah, once that shit starts blowing who knows what can be next. I only felt a n earthquake once. A few years back i was in West virginia and felt that one there in the mid atlantic. It was very mild and made me feel drunk before i realized what was happening. It was cool, but the thought of REAL shaking, well it really scared me after that easy experiance.
I'd love to see it.
No damge on land though, lucked out there.
Just got bumped to a 8.3
The ring of fire is... well it's on fire , with 57 magnitude +2.5 earthquakes and the day isn't over yet.