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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

All Shook Up

Well. That was fun. Very funny, god - ha ha! 5.8 earthquake here in Los Angeles. Please let that be the end of it for awhile. The Wave-inatrix was in San Francisco during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and you know, I'm over the whole earthquake thing. Give me a tornado - that you can at least see coming.

This calls for a crappy 1970's disaster movie festival!

The Poseidon Adventure

Hmm...what else. There's got to be plenty more hall-of-cheesy-shame disaster flicks.

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Just_Hiltz said...

"Towering Inferno"? I'm on the
24th floor of a tower downtown. Very interesting. I was in the '89 SF quake as well. Got out of my car in Oakland with a hot date in the afternoon, and the quake hit: we had just gotten off the Bay Bridge. That was a lucky day.

Mike Scherer said...


Glad you are okay and all is well.


Scott said...

Glad to hear you're okay, Julie. I was in the '94 Northridge earthquake. Not fun. Think you deserve an extra cupcake tonight!

Anonymous said...

Hi all,

I rather be an earthquake expert than a screenwriter.

Reason: easier to predict an earthquake than sell a script.

Just kidding folks.

Have fun while writing, some of us will make it, don't give up. In the meantime, check out the new Kevin Smith trailer on you YouTube. Its fun and low budget and really crazy. So folks, dreams do come true.


PJ McIlvaine said...

We had hail the size of golf balls last week, does that count?

Christian M. Howell said...

Someone beat me to Towering Inferno. Meteor
War of the Worlds

Wow, I'm kind of glad that's all. I don't want to feel that old.

Anonymous said...

This is one area I don't envy you people (I mean Californians:) Glad you're OK Julie!