A 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck central Oklahoma late Saturday night - the largest to hit the state since record-keeping began.
The quake struck 4 miles east of Sparks in Lincoln County at 11:53 p.m. ET, the United States Geological Survey said.
There were no immediate reports of damage.
It was the same area where a 4.7-magnitude quake struck at 3:12 a.m. ET Saturday. By 8 a.m., geologists had recorded more than 30 aftershocks from it.
The strongest quake previously reported was of magnitude 5.5 on April 9, 1952, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey.
@avser: without whites, who's gonna talk to the cops? And @s kel: ended up being something that doesn't happen every day. If it was a message from the lord, i'm... Not impressed... LOL
@leeintulsa, does phil hate banasy? He just called her butt ugly on the conception blog! Is he normal?
@you: i think it's more of a love/hate thing. She loves to hate him, and he hates loving her..
Of course, they'd be the horse's mouth..
I don't hate him; that would be expending more emotion that I care to waste on him.
I don't really hate *anyone*.
I do, however, hate when he's a bully to other people, and when he takes nasty pot shots at my family.
I'd love it if he'd just leave me alone, that's all.
The second part of your sentence made me throw up in my mouth a little.
Jeeez, what am I, a femme fatale?
What the frack yiu talking about, Willis?
After reading the racist rant way up the list, I decided I'm averse to b@st@rds myself, especially racist ones.
i live 100 miles away from where it happened and felt it (woke me out of dead sleep) there was considerable damage near the center of the quake not to mention this was the second one in to different areas in one week