On August 23, 2011, the East Coast felt a 5.9 earthquake. It’s being said that it was felt from Virginia to Toronto. The East Coast isn’t used to this. The West Coast usually sleeps through earthquakes of this size. Hence, the internet erupted with alarm. Hilarity ensued.
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So earthquakes rocked the East Coast today. What does that mean for you? Most likely a lot of really bad quake-related pickup lines tonight. Here’s a few you might hear:
In the aftermath of today’s East Coast Earthquake, Fox News reported that the Washington Monument might be damaged and tilting. Leaning to the left, no doubt. However, a National Park Service spokesperson was quick to respond there was “absolutely no damage” done to any monument on the National Mall. Click for the full story. (via gawker.com) View Image ›