Earthquake

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    Just a few minutes ago, I think there was a very mild one - hopefully in Quebec. No word on the news yet. Beagle won't SHUT UP! :banana2:
     
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    you may want to keep your eye on this website....

    The Southern Ontario Seismic Network

    http://www.gp.uwo.ca/
     
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    I will, thanks!
     
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    Hopefully? Why would you want an earthquake anywhere let alone Quebec?
     
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    I meant "if there was in fact an earthquake, I hope it was in Quebec". Quebec stinks. Sad, but true.
     
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    I think I know what you mean. After all, the Quebecois don't consider themselves Canadians, do they? And they are always trying to separate from the Canadian Union. It's hard not to take that sort of attitude personally. In fact, we had a war over the very same thing!

    P.S. I was going to rep you for your "kitty" avatar, but the system wouldn't let me. She reminds me of Muffin, a cat I used to have. Muffin was more like a dog than a cat. She just liked me. In fact, my ex used to say that it was a good thing Muffin was a cat and not a human, otherwise, I'd probably run away with her (in retrospect, I probably should have! :) )

    P.P.S. And I know it's a "she" because all calico cats are female
     

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