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Isla Verde said:
It wasn't so bad this time - 6 or 6.3 on the Richter scale as opposed to the whopper we had a couple of weeks ago that was somewhere between 7.6 and 7.9. My ceiling lamps swayed quite a bit, but no pictures fell off the wall and no dishes crashed to the floor. I, on the other hand, did feel a bit nauseous and wobbly.
Just hope everyone is alright, and things return to normal quickly.

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Just hope everyone is alright, and things return to normal quickly.

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Thanks for your concern. Things are back to normal except for those damn aftershocks!
 

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Kind of amusing when there's an earthquake, and then an hour or two later Telcel sends you their news bulletin about it... just in case you missed the actual event!
 

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Kind of amusing when there's an earthquake, and then an hour or two later Telcel sends you their news bulletin about it... just in case you missed the actual event!
It's not as strange as it seems. In a city as large as Mexico City, earthquakes may be felt strongly in one part and not at all in another, so it makes sense to send out a news bulletin about it to everyone living in the metropolitan area.
 
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