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you live in one, if not the most, seismic countries in the world, you are used to the earth moving from time time. There comes a little deft sound like the place you are at rapidly shrinks, and then comes the little earthquake, fast and short, small deep underground noises, and then it stops, leaving hanging objects swinging pacedly, liquids moving. Nothing new there... Im quite used to that... its even a bit calming.
But these past few days there have some odd earth movements. No proceding sound, no actual sound, no fast tremor. Instead they come slowly, and it seems like the earth just dances to a slow tune, like when a wedding is ending, and there are a few couples on the dance floor just changing the weight from one leg to the other. Its weird. It hope the DJ does not change the track to Hard Rock.





its been five ballads in two days
  • Listening to: nothing in particular, everything in general.
  • Reading: Mark of Athena, Legend Unleashed
  • Watching: Nothing
  • Playing: nothing
  • Eating: eggs
  • Drinking: vanilla coffee
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FantasiaVII Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012
And here I was thinking California had a lot of earthquakes.

"The one thing you can trust is the ground beneath your feet until one day it all just shifts." (Emily Prentiss, Criminal Minds)
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NarcoVampira Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
o esperemos que no ponga el Gangnam Style
por lo menos en mi país no hay sonido, me asustaria mas de lo que ya lo hago con los temblores
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CourtneyKiller9 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student Writer
There is something I have to tell you in the note please reply
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palnk Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi, i have not recieved any notes :) ill send you one
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SavageFrog Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
>.> I'm still not used to them (specially since it's not often that we get a big one)
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Weasley-Detectives Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist
Gosh, that's pretty terrifying. :( I've experienced a 7.8 quake before and I don't think I've ever felt so small before in my life.
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palnk Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh earthquakes dont scare me (well.. if im home, and everyone is home with me XXDDD)
yeah right?
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gussie398 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012
I know (sort of) what you are talking about, as I live in California, where there are faultlines galore. The whole "a disaster could happen any second" kind of thought is scary. We have to have emergency backpacks at school and we have earthquake drills and stuff like that. So I get what you're talking about.
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Lineith Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student General Artist
True story, bro. Es increíble como uno se acostumbra. Lo curioso es que viviendo en altura no he sentido ninguno de los temblores más recientes :/
Me gustó la forma en que lo describiste.
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palnk Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
es que han sido muy suaves, el de ayer fue igual al de hoy.. silencioso y suave :)
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