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Brother In Law at Having Breakfast in Yuma Overhears The Following Conversation. USGS BOOM!

 
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Montana's by Yellowstone. Not a stable area either...

It had a good size EQ on the 14th, 2.9
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expect a pole shit in the years to come...
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We hear a lot about the imminent pole shift, but no one seems to have a clear answer about how a "pole shift" would affect us.. they talk about increased natural disasters; earthquakes, volcanic activity and flooding.

They don't talk about, which way the poles are most likely to switch.. where the north pole and south pole will end up.
There are a lot of; if's, and's, and maybe's, when they talk about pole shifts.
That is pretty difficult to prepare for.
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<snip>

My Brother in Law has decided to do the same thing. He's also heading back home for Alberta Monday also. He phoned my sister and said if that guy doesn't feel safe and is leaving so is he. Remember that he does not believe in this shit so he must of gotten his cage just a little rattled.

Take this story for what it is. I have no reason to lie. Just thought I would pass it along to my GLP Freinds.
 Quoting: Magma/Earthquake Doom 21416502


So, you are saying fear is contagious and can be used to control.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21425114


If you want to talk about mind control take it someplace else.

Sensing danger and being warned of danger by someone whom has some knowledge on a peticular topic is somthing else. The Danger on the West Coast is real. Always has been and things have been heating up lately. 5-6 point Earthquakes in one day That were unusual I think qualifies for concern.
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How about a PIN? This is good information for those who are interested in this sort of thing~
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Not to add or detract from the credibility of this thread ... but anything about Hawaii, the Big Island in particular, being strange and out of the normal pops right to the top of my attention sensors.

In the big earthquake in '75 (7.2 size) the Big Island of Hawaii actually split and about 1/3 of it dropped towards the sea.

Most only slid a few inches but parts of it dropped 20 to 40 feet. There is in fact now a visible rift across part of the island on top in one location where one part of the island can be seen to have physically pulled away from the other part of the island by 30 to 40 feet or so.

ALL of the Islands in Hawaii have a history of splitting off parts and then having part of the island fall into the sea creating a HUGE Pacific Wide Tsunami . Those events are estimated to happen once every 100,000 - 250,000 years or so. In fact there is now geological evidence that Australia HAS been hit with huge tsunamies in the past, ones large enought to rush past what is now Sydney and reach all the way to the Blue Mountains which start inland a few tens of miles.

Because of my research into that slip on the Big Island in 1975, where part of the island started to slide into the sea AND THEN STOPPED after only traveling a few inches, anything that crops up that indicates anything geologically unusual wrt Hawaii (the Big Island) always catches my attention.

It is because of my interest in the Hawaii situation that I have always paid attention to the work of a projection of a Global Coastal Event, a projection that has been around for a number of years now.

If you hear about a HUGE EQ hitting Hawaii and live anywhere near the Pacific Coast I would be heading up into the hills even before any indication of any issues with a tsunami. Once any huge tsunami indication occures traffic away from the coast will become a nightmare and one will basically be trapped. Other coasts (Atlantic - Europe as well as the US) will have a few more hours before anything would hit, but if it is big enough it WILL spill around the world, though with much much less impact.
 Quoting: Concerned about Hawaii 25450407


link to more information on the 1975 Hawaii EQ:
[link to www.drgeorgepc.com]

The major earthquake of 29 November 1975 occurred east of the area that had been affected by the earthquake of 3 April 1868. The crustal movements involved uplift, subsidence and slope failure along the Hilina Slump of the Kilauea volcano, on the southern coast of the Island of Hawaii. A large crustal block slid horizontally towards the ocean and partly subsided, while the offshore area uplifted.

Maximum horizontal displacement of approximately 7.9 meters (26 feet) and vertical subsidence of approximately 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) occurred near Keahou Landing. The displacements decreased to the east and west. In fact, subsidence decreased rapidly to the west. At Punalu'u, the shoreline actually uplifted by about 10 centimeters (4 inches) (Pararas-Carayannis 1975).

Subsequent surveys determined subsidence of about 3 meters (9.8 feet) at Halape Park to the east. The large coconut grove area adjacent to the Beach Park subsided by as much as 3.0 and 3.5 meters (10-11.5 feet). Further to the east, the subsidence decreased to 1.1 meters (3.6 feet) at Kamoamoa, 0.8 meters (2.6 feet) at Kaimu, 0.4 meters (1.3 feet) at Pohoiki, and 0.25 meters (0.8 feet) at Kapoho.

The coastline was not the only altered area. According to the Volcano Observatory of the U.S. Geological Survey, even the summit of Kilauea subsided by about 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) and moved towards the ocean by about the same amount. A small, short-lived eruption took place inside Kilauea's caldera, apparently triggered by the earthquake.

A better understanding of the pattern of displacements in the offshore region was deduced from inspection of the local tide gauge records of the tsunami. The records show an upward initial tsunami wave motion (see tide gauge records below). This indicates that the offshore portion of the displaced crustal block actually uplifted, as the onshore section subsided and moved outward. Also, this pattern of crustal movement indicates that the flank failure of Kilauea was not entirely due to gravitational effects of instability, but may have been partially caused by compressional lateral magma migration from shallow magmatic chambers of the volcano, or by lateral magmastatic forces along an arcuate failure surface, or along a secondary zone of crustal weakness on the upper slope of the Hilina Slump. In fact, recent paleomagnetic studies (Riley et al., 1999) show that differential rates of movement and rotation occur between sections of the Hilina Slump. This would support that Kilauea's flank failures can be triggered by several mechanisms.


A nice BBC video about Volcanic Island collapses:
[link to www.youtube.com]
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
 Quoting: Huh 28872856


When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360




Uh huh. Fact is, NOBODY knows what to expect because NOBODY knows the exact scenarios we are facing.


At any rate, I don't put anything into a convo overhead in some diner! We haven't even been told what the guy's position is with USGS. Is he a janitor?
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Some do......the earth is going through another growth spurt....outwards.
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In fact there is now geological evidence that Australia HAS been hit with huge tsunamies in the past, ones large enought to rush past what is now Sydney and reach all the way to the Blue Mountains which start inland a few tens of miles.


 Quoting: Concerned about Hawaii 25450407


Duncan Roads, editor of Nexus magazine, once posted on glp that he was told by council men that meetings were held to discuss discoveries that Australia gets hit by massive tsunamis every 200 years. Can't remember the height but I think from memory it's something like 1 km high!

Captain Cook mapped Australia about 240 years ago.
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That's probably why you can find sea shells in the Blue Mountains and inland.
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sea shells are not born by tsounamis..it was sea there,
probably the more of australia was under sea water
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There was a small 2.3 (I think) up around Mt. Baker a short time ago. Wonder if it has anything to do with magma flow up there.

We live in Puget Sound area, so we know that they monitor Mt. Rainier closely. Mt. Baker is in line with the other solitaries (Hood, St. Helens, Rainier).bump
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In fact there is now geological evidence that Australia HAS been hit with huge tsunamies in the past, ones large enought to rush past what is now Sydney and reach all the way to the Blue Mountains which start inland a few tens of miles.


 Quoting: Concerned about Hawaii 25450407


Duncan Roads, editor of Nexus magazine, once posted on glp that he was told by council men that meetings were held to discuss discoveries that Australia gets hit by massive tsunamis every 200 years. Can't remember the height but I think from memory it's something like 1 km high!

Captain Cook mapped Australia about 240 years ago.
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That's probably why you can find sea shells in the Blue Mountains and inland.
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sea shells are not born by tsounamis..it was sea there,
probably the more of australia was under sea water

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Continents rise and fall from the ocean when the new equator is established.
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Funny thread...My brother in Law is actually a very high up person with the USGS, spent 10 years at Vanderbilt, Geologist, Doctorate, etc....

My sister called me tonight asking me what I think about them moving to Australia in March for 3 years. So its funny, that people are getting bent out of shape in a thread where a family member butted into a stranfers conversation at a coffere shop of "used to be" employees, when obviously the USGA is just moving forwaqrd with their normal plans in real life....

Their not doomers, and the move has nothing to do with Magma flow, or Nibiru, just business as usual....

LOL....I love this thread....People think that a post from an overheard conversation in a coffee shot is actually "reliable news"

LOL
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MAYBE they are moving for a REASON!?
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no uncle involved?
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The USGS guy is the brother-in-law's long lost uncle. Just doesn't know it.
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There was a small 2.3 (I think) up around Mt. Baker a short time ago. Wonder if it has anything to do with magma flow up there.

We live in Puget Sound area, so we know that they monitor Mt. Rainier closely. Mt. Baker is in line with the other solitaries (Hood, St. Helens, Rainier).bump
 Quoting: LindaE


Howdy neighbor! I live in the foothills of Mt. Baker. :D
I saw that this morning. Last week I think, Ferndale, wa had a 2.5 . We are also having a storm right now, high winds and a Coastal flood watch!
The coast is supposed to flood by at least a foot at high tide today. :(
Stay safe my friend. :D
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Two days ago he and one of his buddy's are in having breakfast in Yuma. They are in a booth and the guys sitting right behind them...

My brother in law turns...
 Quoting: Magma/Earthquake Doom 21416502


Oh joy, a doom revelation post from an uncle/cousin/brother/friend/inside intel/etc.
That must mean it is legit since we've never seen this type of post turn out to be a ridiculous and phony troll by a 15 year old before...
Sorry, I meant that's all we've seen from these types of posts.


Hey OP. I am from the USGS . You're from the USGS...We're all from the USGS ! See how easy that is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30024782


Think what you want.
<snip absurd defense of said ridiculous story>

This wasn't a bunch of guys sitting around farting in a chili joint. It was in an upscale restaurant.
<snip more idiocy supposedly related by the brother-in-law>
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19738203


Why do I get the feeling that the OP is a 16 year old Canadian troll who's never been to any restaurant let alone an upscale restaurant?

Tell me OP, since when do "upscale" restaurants serve breakfast?
In booths?
They aren't exactly Tim Horton's, which is apparently as upscale as you've ever experienced.

Yeah, every time I take someone important to an upscale restaurant I always request the "booth" and ask for the breakfast menu.
That's after I phone the owner and insist they open early just for me and build a booth so I may impress my guest.
<snicker>

You're family must think McDonalds is haute cuisine at a 5 star restaurant.

Grow up.


R.
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Two days ago he and one of his buddy's are in having breakfast in Yuma. They are in a booth and the guys sitting right behind them...

My brother in law turns...
 Quoting: Magma/Earthquake Doom 21416502


Oh joy, a doom revelation post from an uncle/cousin/brother/friend/inside intel/etc.
That must mean it is legit since we've never seen this type of post turn out to be a ridiculous and phony troll by a 15 year old before...
Sorry, I meant that's all we've seen from these types of posts.


Hey OP. I am from the USGS . You're from the USGS...We're all from the USGS ! See how easy that is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30024782


Think what you want.
<snip absurd defense of said ridiculous story>

This wasn't a bunch of guys sitting around farting in a chili joint. It was in an upscale restaurant.
<snip more idiocy supposedly related by the brother-in-law>
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19738203


Why do I get the feeling that the OP is a 16 year old Canadian troll who's never been to any restaurant let alone an upscale restaurant?

Tell me OP, since when do "upscale" restaurants serve breakfast?
In booths?
They aren't exactly Tim Horton's, which is apparently as upscale as you've ever experienced.

Yeah, every time I take someone important to an upscale restaurant I always request the "booth" and ask for the breakfast menu.
That's after I phone the owner and insist they open early just for me and build a booth so I may impress my guest.
<snicker>

You're family must think McDonalds is haute cuisine at a 5 star restaurant.

Grow up.


R.
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Listen Dick Head I'm a 40 somthing Canadian Women whom lives on a mountain top in Southwestern BC. I am a Rancher. Not some 16 year old child and by the way thats exactely what YOUR ACTING LIKE. My family are quite well educated and so is my Brother Inlaw. Most of us have degrees in this family. I have an engineering degree.

My family members can afford to go where ever they want in the winter.

Shill this shit all you want. Your entitled to your own opinions.

This story was shared in the hopes that maybe just maybe for those whom value this type of information might benefit from it in some way. A heads up because some of us give a shit about others in this world. Credibility is in the eye of the beholder. It takes intelligence to understand intelligence.

So unless you have somthing intelligent to offer us instead of your ignorant slander move along and take your pile of shit mouth with you. I'll just bet you don't even live in an area that would be effected.
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reliable Missionary comes to our church. He lives and helps over seas.

He said God spoke to him about the West Coast, which included the PNW.

Said a large quake will happen on the WC/PNW, 3 days after something significant happens in India.

then a couple days later, after the first quake, an even larger quake will happen.
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OP thanks for the info, sorry for all the rude folks...




reliable Missionary comes to our church. He lives and helps over seas.

He said God spoke to him about the West Coast, which included the PNW.

Said a large quake will happen on the WC/PNW, 3 days after something significant happens in India.

then a couple days later, after the first quake, an even larger quake will happen.

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Listen Dick Head(sic) I'm a 40 somthing(sic)
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

Sad. Can't even remember her own age. Early onset of senile dementia?

Canadian Women(sic^2) whom(sic) lives on a mountain top(sic) in Southwestern(sic) BC.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

Mental Asylum? After all, you think you are more than one woman.

I am a Rancher(sic). Not some 16 year old child and by the way thats(sic) exactely(sic) what YOUR(sic) ACTING LIKE. My family are(sic) quite well educated and so is my Brother Inlaw(sic). Most of us have degrees in this family. I have an engineering degree.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

What is a “this family” degree?
I sincerely doubt you have an “engineering degree” unless it is Sanitation Engineering.
I’m positive you don’t have a degree in English. In fact I'm fairly sure English is not your native language.

My family members can afford to go where ever(sic) they want in the winter.

Shill this shit all you want. Your(sic... hell, I give up) entitled to your own opinions.

This story was shared in the hopes that maybe just maybe for those whom value this type of information might benefit from it in some way. A heads up because some of us give a shit about others in this world. Credibility is in the eye of the beholder. It takes intelligence to understand intelligence.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

You are correct which is why, by exercising the slightest fraction of my intellect, I have determined you are most likely a 16 year old Canadian moron institutionalized on a mountaintop in BC.

So unless you have somthing intelligent to offer us instead of your ignorant slander move along and take your pile of shit mouth with you. I'll just bet you don't even live in an area that would be effected.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

It isn't my language that has been scatological. You are hallucinating again and projecting your childish actions upon me.
You're correct, I don't live in an area that will be affected. No one does.
It is a fantasy you created in your dementia.
But just in case, you will find me at the upscale Tim Horton's hiding under the table... in booth #8.

Rave on tard.


R.
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The best part of this thread is it took awhile before the shill showed up. At least he's at the back. Doesn't matter.

When all else fails resort to personal attacks and spelling mistakes.

There is lots of sciehfntific evidence to back this all up anyways. Even A CNN News report. I would be worried too.

We all know the big one is coming and when things like this happen that are out of the ordinary it raises flags and the ones paying attention do the smart thing and leave the area's if they value their lives and the lives of their loved ones.

I understand completely why the guy from the USGS would want to leave also. Why take the chance with all the crazy shit going down.

Cheers and Thanks!
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I get all that, but what about the tomato plants?!!
 Quoting: BRIEF


Currently your brain is nursing one...
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Nothing is gonna happen. Talk to all on the 22nd.
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This has nothing to do with the 21st. It was even on CNN that these Earthquakes were unusall because they happened in the Bedrock and not on a fault line.

If some guy from the USGS is heading home out of the area back to winter in Montana cause he himself is worried then I can understand why others should worry too.

For my Brother InLaw to turn tuck tail and come home also is enough convincing for me that somthing is underfoot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21416502


I heard them talking about it on cnn too...I pay extra attn to anything that goes in in So.Cali due to my son and daughter in law living there.
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NRA, and your into the earthquake stuff too. HOT!
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<snip>

My Brother in Law has decided to do the same thing. He's also heading back home for Alberta Monday also. He phoned my sister and said if that guy doesn't feel safe and is leaving so is he. Remember that he does not believe in this shit so he must of gotten his cage just a little rattled.

Take this story for what it is. I have no reason to lie. Just thought I would pass it along to my GLP Freinds.
 Quoting: Magma/Earthquake Doom 21416502


So, you are saying fear is contagious and can be used to control.
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If you want to talk about mind control take it someplace else.

Sensing danger and being warned of danger by someone whom has some knowledge on a peticular topic is somthing else. The Danger on the West Coast is real. Always has been and things have been heating up lately. 5-6 point Earthquakes in one day That were unusual I think qualifies for concern.
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Who said anything about mind control? Take your lack of reading ability someplace else.

I was talking about using fear to control the populace.

Watch the shooting hysteria on further desecrating the US Constitution.
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I get all that, but what about the tomato plants?!!
 Quoting: BRIEF


Currently your brain is nursing one...
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Bring them in Brief... bring them all in.

Put them in a booth on the side of the restaurant away from the coast and ignore the AC.

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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360


It will engulf the gulf!
damned
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
 Quoting: Huh 28872856


When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360




Uh huh. Fact is, NOBODY knows what to expect because NOBODY knows the exact scenarios we are facing.

At any rate, I don't put anything into a convo overhead in some diner! We haven't even been told what the guy's position is with USGS. Is he a janitor?
 Quoting: Huh 28872856



Janitors happen to know a lot of behind-the-scenes information. Sounds like your kinda special. You would never be able to do your job without a janitor.


Two days ago he and one of his buddy's are in having breakfast in Yuma. They are in a booth and the guys sitting right behind them...

My brother in law turns...
 Quoting: Magma/Earthquake Doom 21416502


Oh joy, a doom revelation post from an uncle/cousin/brother/friend/inside intel/etc.
That must mean it is legit since we've never seen this type of post turn out to be a ridiculous and phony troll by a 15 year old before...
Sorry, I meant that's all we've seen from these types of posts.


Hey OP. I am from the USGS . You're from the USGS...We're all from the USGS ! See how easy that is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30024782


Think what you want.
<snip absurd defense of said ridiculous story>

This wasn't a bunch of guys sitting around farting in a chili joint. It was in an upscale restaurant.
<snip more idiocy supposedly related by the brother-in-law>
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19738203


Why do I get the feeling that the OP is a 16 year old Canadian troll who's never been to any restaurant let alone an upscale restaurant?

Tell me OP, since when do "upscale" restaurants serve breakfast?
In booths?
They aren't exactly Tim Horton's, which is apparently as upscale as you've ever experienced.

Yeah, every time I take someone important to an upscale restaurant I always request the "booth" and ask for the breakfast menu.
That's after I phone the owner and insist they open early just for me and build a booth so I may impress my guest.
<snicker>

You're family must think McDonalds is haute cuisine at a 5 star restaurant.

Grow up.


R.
 Quoting: Reality420 24847476



I swear you must go to school to do what you do. You clearly have not been to all the upscale restaurants!



OP, this really is a good thread. I have been able to stay with it and get some interesting and truthful information. Moving through the above muck hasn't been too bad.
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Re: Brother In Law at Having Breakfast in Yuma Overhears The Following Conversation. USGS BOOM!
Listen Dick Head(sic) I'm a 40 somthing(sic)
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

Sad. Can't even remember her own age. Early onset of senile dementia?

Canadian Women(sic^2) whom(sic) lives on a mountain top(sic) in Southwestern(sic) BC.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

Mental Asylum? After all, you think you are more than one woman.

I am a Rancher(sic). Not some 16 year old child and by the way thats(sic) exactely(sic) what YOUR(sic) ACTING LIKE. My family are(sic) quite well educated and so is my Brother Inlaw(sic). Most of us have degrees in this family. I have an engineering degree.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

What is a “this family” degree?
I sincerely doubt you have an “engineering degree” unless it is Sanitation Engineering.
I’m positive you don’t have a degree in English. In fact I'm fairly sure English is not your native language.

My family members can afford to go where ever(sic) they want in the winter.



Shill this shit all you want. Your(sic... hell, I give up) entitled to your own opinions.

This story was shared in the hopes that maybe just maybe for those whom value this type of information might benefit from it in some way. A heads up because some of us give a shit about others in this world. Credibility is in the eye of the beholder. It takes intelligence to understand intelligence.
 Quoting: Crazy Canuck

You are correct which is why, by exercising the slightest fraction of my intellect, I have determined you are most likely a 16 year old Canadian moron institutionalized on a mountaintop in BC.

So unless you have somthing intelligent to offer us instead of your ignorant slander move along and take your pile of shit mouth with you. I'll just bet you don't even live in an area that would be effected.
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It isn't my language that has been scatological. You are hallucinating again and projecting your childish actions upon me.
You're correct, I don't live in an area that will be affected. No one does.
It is a fantasy you created in your dementia.
But just in case, you will find me at the upscale Tim Horton's hiding under the table... in booth #8.

Rave on tard.


R.
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Can him OP!!!
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12/16/2012 05:50 PM
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Hey OP. I am from the USGS . You're from the USGS...We're all from the USGS ! See how easy that is?
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Think what you want. My Brother Inlaw does not believe in any of this shit at all. He started to pay attention to the conversation because the guy seemed extremely well informed and knowledgeable about the topic. If my sister wasn't a little nutty about all this it might have gone over his head. Mr Brother Inlaw is extremely intelligent himself. He introduced himself to the guy and had a conversation with him after the fact and appolgized for having evesdropped.

This wasn't a bunch of guys sitting around farting in a chili joint. It was in an upscale restaurant. He said the guy was genuine.

I haven't heard the whole conversation that took place but it was obviously enough to get my Brother Inlaw to head home himself. You you knew him then you would understand why this is not to be taken lightly. He would not leave his winter retreat and go home to -20 for no apparent reason based on some passing conversation if he did not think it had some merit.
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snicker snicker!
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WHOA! That is what someone else referenced further back in this thread!!!! This definately adds credit to OPs story and I was already a beliver!!!!!!!!!!! I hope people in these areas who read this will take it as a reason to be vigilant.
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Re: Brother In Law at Having Breakfast in Yuma Overhears The Following Conversation. USGS BOOM!
When the shills attack figure you are getting warm...

There was a big to-do last Summer about a university in Ensenada Baha Mexico having a hush hush conference recommending vacating the area and mentioning topographical anomalies right off the coast.

This was not part of the new story of the volcano to the south of Baha but they are probably linked, and mention was made of the fault line in the gulf & earthquakes there last summer.

The conspiracy angle re the censorship got buried, don't want to hurt the tourism & real estate market for the gringos.
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Thread: Scientists Secretly Evacuating Mexican Port Town Of Ensenada Due To Impending Cataclysm
 Quoting: Biochemky


WOW another thread really is looking like this needs to be took seriously!ohno

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