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    Re: What time is it, really?
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2008 Jul 18, 05:20 -0400

    > Heh... at least here in SoCal anything built in the past 20 years or so
    > has to conform to a fairly strict earthquake code, so at least we've
    > got a pretty good chance of surviving a strong shaker - your part of
    > the country I'm not so sure about.
    Contrary to urban legend, our corn and cows are pretty much tip proof.  We
    are good to go ;-)
    > But then again, if the ground moves far enough you might be able to put
    > your celnav skills to good use in determining your new location... ;-)
    Supposedly GPS is now good enough to detect movement in tectonic plates.
    I'll check the evening news (or FEMA) for my new location.
    Say goodnight Gracie
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