March 07, 2007


It's a measure of how fluid and mobile California's population can be that whenever we have a minor quake here (like the 4.2 just up the road last week) and we start talking about previous quakes, in any group of fewer than about a dozen or so local residents I'm nearly always the only person who experienced the Loma Prieta quake first-hand, even though it happened well within the adult lifetimes of most of the people concerned, and was directly (and destructively) felt across an extensive part of Northern California.

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