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August 23, 2011

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peter kenneth

we should prepare ourselves for all kinds of natural calamities....

Joseph Moore

Earthquakes are really dangerous because it does not tell anybody when it attacks.

LA Personal Injury Lawyer

Man, earth quakes are one of the more devastating disasters. At least most of the others we have an ability to predict and prepare for. Not the case with earthquakes.

Andros Pelecanos

I can't believe how much this story has been given air-time. So much so that I hear that local channels over there stopped covering the historic news in Libya and instead opted to cover this event where no one was seriously hurt (Thank goodness).

In anycase I'm just glad that fellow barristers and all the people on the other side of the pond are all safe.

Also I seriously hope for more comment activity on these pages. It's dismotivating being the lone wolf in this corner of the web and I fear I'm losing the fight to keep this place alive!

Jonathan cole

we cant do any thing against natural disaster. keep finger crossed and hope for the best.

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