Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Somebody call in Bobby Jindal

He's the expert and needs to tell us what it all means!

The second largest earthquake since Mount St. Helens erupted -- a magnitude 4.3 shaker -- rocked a fault line six miles north of the volcano Monday morning. People felt it as far away as Astoria, Lake Oswego, Hood River and even Bremerton, Wash., near Seattle.


DanF said...

I've contacted his office. He says we need to build sandbars. Lots of sandbars.

Anonymous said...

the locals will take care of their own problem, when they get the time and money. Let Mother Nature show what PMS can do. Just be patient and wait for the endtimes

pansypoo said...

WI is far enough.