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Date time 2020-05-19 20:04:41.0 UTC
Location 15.07 N ; 94.31 W
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Location 34.29 N ; 25.53 E
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Location 31.64 S ; 179.75 E
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Location 42.75 N ; 78.90 W
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Location 0.64 S ; 122.55 E
Depth 16 km
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Date time 2020-05-19 21:09:42.4 UTC
Location 34.17 N ; 25.51 E
Depth 10 km
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Date time 2020-05-19 10:54:39.3 UTC
Location 18.50 N ; 73.67 W
Depth 34 km
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Region KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA
Date time 2020-05-19 11:27:52.0 UTC
Location 4.58 N ; 127.71 E
Depth 41 km
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Region HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
Date time 2020-05-19 12:03:37.0 UTC
Location 36.99 N ; 69.66 E
Depth 70 km
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Date time 2020-05-19 12:04:21.0 UTC
Location 6.60 S ; 147.30 E
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Been white hot since last night.

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Morning, all.

Coffee IV
 Quoting: Vegz


Be careful

Coffee is awful for you

Constricts your blood vessels

Which will lead to stroke when you’re older

Trade that cup a joe for a banana smoothie once in a while

One banana a day reduces stroke by 40%
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15246534


Thanks! I do have a banana a day, usually. And a lot of the time substitute my coffee for a green tea. Some days....I just need a coffee though.
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Thanks for the updates...

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Been white hot since last night.

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Morning, all.

Coffee IV
 Quoting: Vegz


Be careful

Coffee is awful for you

Constricts your blood vessels

Which will lead to stroke when you’re older

Trade that cup a joe for a banana smoothie once in a while

One banana a day reduces stroke by 40%
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15246534


Thanks! I do have a banana a day, usually. And a lot of the time substitute my coffee for a green tea. Some days....I just need a coffee though.
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I need my coffee in the morning too, and as I'm sure you know there are plenty of health benefits to drinking coffee. Everything in moderation. Personally, I'd rather lose a few years and enjoy my coffee, alcohol or lowly piece of bread once in a while than give it all up to live forever.

Here's an article about the science-proven health benefits of coffee


20+ Good Health Reasons To Drink Coffee


"After all, you may have a caffeine-hater in your life. You know the type – they’re always telling you what’s bad for your health."

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Thanks for the updates...

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Date time 2020-05-19 21:26:43.1 UTC
Location 30.84 N ; 59.55 E
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Location 38.14 N ; 117.89 W
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05/19/2020 06:32 PM

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Chunk Is A Daddy!


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The bird at the end 1rof1
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The bird at the end 1rof1
 Quoting: Simple27


laughing

OMG, so Nibbles did give birth some time ago as I was thinking. I had mentioned to Isis that I looked up the gestation period for groundhogs and it's only around 30 days. At the time I read that it had already been at least a month, but I had also read how they keep babies burrowed underground for a bit where the temperature is regulated and warm enough (they go just low enough that it stays constant).

I bet she gave birth soon after we learned about the pregnancy, and all this time they were waiting until the babies were big enough to bring them out and about. Because Jr. is already a good size! There has to be more than 1 baby, I would think. That guy is going to have a lot of critters living under that shed. There's now an entire family of groundhogs, and I've also seen multiple opossums in the under-shed-cam.

ETA: here's an educational link on groundhogs!
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"The groundhog breeding season begins in mid-February, soon after the animals emerge from hibernation. Pregnancy lasts 31-33 days and the single, annual litter of 2 to 9 pups is born toward the end of March or early April.

At birth, baby groundhogs are naked, blind and helpless and measure less than four inches long. A baby groundhog opens its eyes when it is about 4 weeks old, but they seldom venture outside until they are between 6 or 7 weeks old. By midsummer, young groundhogs are about 20 inches long and weigh about four pounds. These "teenage" groundhogs will start to move out from their natal den, and dig their own "starter" burrows, often just a few dozen yards down the fence row. "


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Mini and I are gonna go on an adventure! A local adventure lol, aka a drive. We have no actual destination, but we're bored so we might take a ride to Boston and check things out (from the inside of my car haha).

Goodie bag is packed. Rolled a couple, made some sammiches and threw in a couple waters. Also packed the camera, just in case!

seal
 Quoting: Simple27


Sounds like a fun trip to meeeeeee. :)

Have fun!
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Morning, all.

:Coffee IV:
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:chuckle-emoji:

Love it, Vegz!!! hi
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@temblor

It is beginning to appear that a 20-25 km long left-lateral strike-slip fault, perhaps fully unmapped before the earthquake, is responsible for the 15 May rupture. There is just one notable scarp along this entire trend, suggesting it is a young fault.


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This is fascinating! Was just thinking today this swarm must be triggering so many avalanches #japan #earthquake


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Hmmm...

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Like I said....

So GLAD I'm a Texan!
We will surely see an increase in cases, but most people seemed to want to ease the restrictions.

Something I've noticed - the people I've dealt with in the stores and restaurant drive-thrus have been EXCEPTIONALLY nice and friendly and helpful. Noticeably nicer and more helpful. It's been good to see.

My son-in-law had a lady come up to him & give him grief about not wearing a mask the other day. He was filling the fuel tanks at a convenience store, outside on the parking lot, with no one within 20 feet of him. Until the lady walked up and got ugly. He didn't have much patience with her.

Not everyone is nice and friendly and helpful, I guess.
 Quoting: justanothergranny


hugs

hi
 Quoting: Simple27


Here's the problem with not wearing a mask right now. Not wearing a mask is dangerous. It is also a slap in the face to everyone who has been doing their part in staying at home indoors for the better part of two months and the millions of dead around the world.

This should never be a political issue, though. Everyone should do their part in this. Because of a few people's refusals to follow the rules for no reason than to dab a few grey hairs with some dye, we're going to have a devastating second wave of coronavirus when it hits.

The virus is not gone just because Trump says so, it's a political inconvenience to him, and because he refuses to listen to his experts. Not just his experts - any experts. They don't work that way. We are far from a safe environment to stop social distancing and easing these measures. Everyone gets the virus - it's not just old people. We should be doing this for another month to eliminate the virus and save more lives. Deaths due to this virus are unacceptable.

And the mask is a temporary inconvenience. The myopic shortsightedness of some is just unbelievable to me.

I don't have the luxury of throwing social distancing to the wind living with my close to 65 and high-risk mother. But you know what? Quite frankly, wearing a mask does not bother me in the least. I'll gladly do it to save lives and lower the risk to her significantly when necessary. Masks should never be such an emotionally charged issue.

Ok. We have to wear a mask. Get over it. It takes 2 seconds to put on. And 2 seconds to remove. That so many people are so against saving lives by not wearing masks is unbelievable to me also. That they can't spend those extra 4 seconds out of their day to help someone else for the short time they go out is astounding to me.

I'd rather wear the mask than get thousands of holes punctured in my lungs or be on a ventilator with a lifetime of damage. The temporary inconvenience far outweighs the risk. And it's not even an inconvenience at all. Wearing a mask? So what. It's not a big deal.

I get it...people are out of work and they want to go back to work. But, it's not going to be an instant recovery. We're not going to wake up tomorrow and be back to normal because Trump says so.

Life doesn't work that way.

And the second wave will be deva...stat...ing.

In my Morpheus voice: let us hope that I am wrong.

*steps down off of soapbox*

Much love to you, granny.
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker2999


I totally agree, CS. Hubby and I always mask-up if we have to go out. We've gotten some pretty weird looks from folks who didn't wear one. Doesn't bother me.
I'm 70 and hubby will be 80 in 2 weeks. And we have custody of a 2 yr old child. I'm not about to take chances when we go out.

Son-in-law doesn't really grasp how bad this virus is. I've tried to talk to him, but he's bought into the media saying it's not as bad as expected and the political games over it are enforcing his opinion. He drives an 18 wheeler delivering fuel to convenience stores. He doesn't have anyone in the truck with him, he doesn't have to go in the stores (and doesn't), and because he has to put out cones to keep vehicles away from his truck, he's never closer than 20' to anyone - and always outside. He doesn't feel the need to wear a mask for his job, and isn't required by his company to do so.

I also worry about a bad second wave - in fact, I've topped off my inventory to keep from having to make any store runs. And I have a huge garden to make sure I can use my FoodSaver or my pressure canner to add to the food supply. I agree, that this fall may see a horrible wave of virus. Hope son-in-law doesn't learn how bad the virus is the hard way.
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We ended up driving to Boston. Not much excitement. Some areas were pretty empty, but others had lots of people. Lots of masks in Boston. It's been a beautiful day so people were out and about on foot. One of the pics in the link below looks like a ghost town. Considering the time of day that we drove in, it was a ghost town. No traffic at all in Boston or driving back home.

I never got to use my camera as I was the driver lol. I was able to grab some phone pics though. :)

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Like I said....

So GLAD I'm a Texan!
We will surely see an increase in cases, but most people seemed to want to ease the restrictions.

Something I've noticed - the people I've dealt with in the stores and restaurant drive-thrus have been EXCEPTIONALLY nice and friendly and helpful. Noticeably nicer and more helpful. It's been good to see.

My son-in-law had a lady come up to him & give him grief about not wearing a mask the other day. He was filling the fuel tanks at a convenience store, outside on the parking lot, with no one within 20 feet of him. Until the lady walked up and got ugly. He didn't have much patience with her.

Not everyone is nice and friendly and helpful, I guess.
 Quoting: justanothergranny


hugs

hi
 Quoting: Simple27


Here's the problem with not wearing a mask right now. Not wearing a mask is dangerous. It is also a slap in the face to everyone who has been doing their part in staying at home indoors for the better part of two months and the millions of dead around the world.

This should never be a political issue, though. Everyone should do their part in this. Because of a few people's refusals to follow the rules for no reason than to dab a few grey hairs with some dye, we're going to have a devastating second wave of coronavirus when it hits.

The virus is not gone just because Trump says so, it's a political inconvenience to him, and because he refuses to listen to his experts. Not just his experts - any experts. They don't work that way. We are far from a safe environment to stop social distancing and easing these measures. Everyone gets the virus - it's not just old people. We should be doing this for another month to eliminate the virus and save more lives. Deaths due to this virus are unacceptable.

And the mask is a temporary inconvenience. The myopic shortsightedness of some is just unbelievable to me.

I don't have the luxury of throwing social distancing to the wind living with my close to 65 and high-risk mother. But you know what? Quite frankly, wearing a mask does not bother me in the least. I'll gladly do it to save lives and lower the risk to her significantly when necessary. Masks should never be such an emotionally charged issue.

Ok. We have to wear a mask. Get over it. It takes 2 seconds to put on. And 2 seconds to remove. That so many people are so against saving lives by not wearing masks is unbelievable to me also. That they can't spend those extra 4 seconds out of their day to help someone else for the short time they go out is astounding to me.

I'd rather wear the mask than get thousands of holes punctured in my lungs or be on a ventilator with a lifetime of damage. The temporary inconvenience far outweighs the risk. And it's not even an inconvenience at all. Wearing a mask? So what. It's not a big deal.

I get it...people are out of work and they want to go back to work. But, it's not going to be an instant recovery. We're not going to wake up tomorrow and be back to normal because Trump says so.

Life doesn't work that way.

And the second wave will be deva...stat...ing.

In my Morpheus voice: let us hope that I am wrong.

*steps down off of soapbox*

Much love to you, granny.
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker2999


I totally agree, CS. Hubby and I always mask-up if we have to go out. We've gotten some pretty weird looks from folks who didn't wear one. Doesn't bother me.
I'm 70 and hubby will be 80 in 2 weeks. And we have custody of a 2 yr old child. I'm not about to take chances when we go out.

Son-in-law doesn't really grasp how bad this virus is. I've tried to talk to him, but he's bought into the media saying it's not as bad as expected and the political games over it are enforcing his opinion. He drives an 18 wheeler delivering fuel to convenience stores. He doesn't have anyone in the truck with him, he doesn't have to go in the stores (and doesn't), and because he has to put out cones to keep vehicles away from his truck, he's never closer than 20' to anyone - and always outside. He doesn't feel the need to wear a mask for his job, and isn't required by his company to do so.

I also worry about a bad second wave - in fact, I've topped off my inventory to keep from having to make any store runs. And I have a huge garden to make sure I can use my FoodSaver or my pressure canner to add to the food supply. I agree, that this fall may see a horrible wave of virus. Hope son-in-law doesn't learn how bad the virus is the hard way.
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I totally agree, CS. Hubby and I always mask-up if we have to go out. We've gotten some pretty weird looks from folks who didn't wear one. Doesn't bother me.
I'm 70 and hubby will be 80 in 2 weeks. And we have custody of a 2 yr old child. I'm not about to take chances when we go out.

Son-in-law doesn't really grasp how bad this virus is. I've tried to talk to him, but he's bought into the media saying it's not as bad as expected and the political games over it are enforcing his opinion. He drives an 18 wheeler delivering fuel to convenience stores. He doesn't have anyone in the truck with him, he doesn't have to go in the stores (and doesn't), and because he has to put out cones to keep vehicles away from his truck, he's never closer than 20' to anyone - and always outside. He doesn't feel the need to wear a mask for his job, and isn't required by his company to do so.

I also worry about a bad second wave - in fact, I've topped off my inventory to keep from having to make any store runs. And I have a huge garden to make sure I can use my FoodSaver or my pressure canner to add to the food supply. I agree, that this fall may see a horrible wave of virus. Hope son-in-law doesn't learn how bad the virus is the hard way.
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I believe in mask wearing when around others. At the store, on a walk if passing by someone, etc. but I don't see why your SIL would need to be wearing one while he is working. He's not near anyone. Maybe keep one in his pocket for when he gets out of the truck, just in case someone approaches him again to throw on real quick, but if no one is within 20 feet of him, wearing a mask isn't helping him or anyone else.

In MA, we have to wear a mask if we can't avoid staying 6 feet away from someone else. So in all stores you must wear one. You can go for a walk without having a mask on your face if no one is within 6 feet of you, but if you're walking directly past someone, you're supposed to put it on for that moment and then can pull it back down/take off.
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Michigan getting washed away!!!!!!!

This is crazy, never seen anything like this ever. Dam's failing and flooding all over the state!!!

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Michigan getting washed away!!!!!!!

This is crazy, never seen anything like this ever. Dam's failing and flooding all over the state!!!

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Omg, stay safe! You and all of our Michigan friends!

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