A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck early Monday morning about 25 miles
(40 kilometers) northwest of Islamabad, Pakistan, the U.S. Geological Survey
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The earth is tired
That's it? A one-sentence story?
Holy crap! One earthquake after another....every day an earthquake. what gives?
the rich get richer the poor...well
talking to a man from Pakistan he stated that people were not allowed to build inside an area that Germans and the UK said was not safe inside an area that was fenced off after the last major quake in the same area. Unfortulantly the leaders allowed them to build outside said fence line. Yet another guise to manipulate the poor.
@Tomcat Oh, that emplains it. lmao....where ya been tomcat?
putting in too many hours at work and trying to spend time with my kids and granddaughter
Grandpa? I didn't think you were old enough. You probably started out young eh? I was nine yrs. old when I started out...oh, you mean with a partner? (laugh) How old is your grandkid? My daughter's been married for 4 yrs. now, no kids yet though.